North America Membership

North America Events Calendar by Area


Covers Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and New Mexico.


            Covers Alaska, Oregon, and Washington

                  ROCKY MOUNTAINS

                  Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming

                            GREAT PLAINS

                            Covers Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

                                            GULF STATES

                                            Covers Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas

                                                          OHIO VALLEY

                                                          Covers Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and West Virginia


                                                                          Covers Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia

                                                                          • April 8 and April 15 - WILMINGTON INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHY

                                                                            April 8 and April 15 - Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography April 8 and 15, open at noon, 300 framed prints from 30-plus countries, projected shows at 1, 2, and 3 p.m.  U of Delaware Arsht Hall,  2800 Pennsylvania Ave., Wilmington. Free parking, free admission.
                                                                          • ERIK KISSA MEMORIAL PRINT MEDAL - April 28, 2018

                                                                            April 28, 2018 - Erik Kissa Memorial Print Medal will be given out in Rehoboth Beach. For more information, email

                                                                            Doors will open at 10:00 a.m.

                                                                            The 2018 Erik Kissa Memorial Medal, a PSA Gold, will be awarded in the first annual Best of Delaware print competition, hosted by Coastal Camera Club, on Saturday, April 28 at 10:30 a.m. at the Lewes Presbyterian Church on 133 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958.  Every PSA member living in Delaware is invited to bring a print no larger than 16x20, including an optional mat.  Because an important component of this event is intended to be educational, participation requires attendance.  To honor Dr. Kissa's belief that the greatest value of competition is as a learning tool, everyone else who is interested is also welcome to come and join an interactive discussion with the jury.  No advance registration is required, but the number of prints is necessarily limited to allow enough time for meaningful discussion.  Eligible attendees can bring up to three more prints to be included in additional rounds of judging, time permitting, depending on the extent of participation. The jurors will be Andy Gordon (, Lynn Maniscalco (, and Tom Tauber ( 
                                                                            During a lunch break for brown-baggers and for those who prefer to grab something to eat nearby, information on PSA will also be available.  In addition to Journals and brochures, members will be on hand to explain the services and activities that are included in membership.  This can benefit those members who are not currently taking full advantage of their membership, as well as other attendees who may consider joining.     
                                                                            At 2 p.m., Andy will present, "Embarking on Your Creative Journey."  He says, “We live in a beautiful world and examples are everywhere. With all my images, I try to help people think more about this wondrous place we live and help ignite their own creative fires."  Gordon will share examples from his own creative journey where personal and professional growth were influenced by disruptive life events. Beginning with a series of abstract iPhone images, his work evolved to complex macro imagery using state-of-the-art digital capture and lighting technologies. “Technology is only a tool for enhancing what I see and creating images of things that might otherwise be overlooked,” explains Gordon. “I’ll talk about using technology to enhance images, but what’s most important is how people can use it to make art that is unique, personal and important to themselves."


                                                                                        Covers Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont

                                                                                                      CANADIAN ROCKIES

                                                                                                      Covers British Columbia and Alberta

                                                                                                          CANADIAN PLAINS

                                                                                                          Covers Manitoba, Ontario, and Saskatchewan

                                                                                                                CANADIAN MARITIME

                                                                                                                Covers New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island, and Quebec