With Syria in the midst of revolution, Hamacher has decided to explore the open range of Nevada. The expedition will span 800 miles driving though ghost towns, prospector grave yards, mountains and hot springs. Hamacher may drive wearing spurs.
We are very excited to announce author and professor Abraham Marcus is contributing text for Hamacher’s book, “Aleppo, Syria: Witness to an Ancient Legacy.” Marcus also chose to use Hamacher’s photography for a new Arabic translation of his seminal work, “The Middle East On the Eve of Modernity: Aleppo in the 18th Century.”
Just a quick post to let everyone know that Lost Origins now has a new Facebook page. Click here to visit the new page!
I am meeting with Smithsonian this morning to discuss the Chant CD and review recordings from my last trip to Syria. I’m going to push for a CD series! Will post more info on the meeting shortly.
Lac Viet Gallery has invited Jason Hamacher to exhibit his photographs of Vietnam. Hamacher has chosen 26 selections that illustrate Vietnam’s beauty and diversity.. The show is titled, “Mekong to Sapa: An American’s Vision of Vietnam” & will run from December 5th, 2009 ~ December 27th 2009. Prints will be available for purchase through the gallery. A formal reception will be held on December 5th between 6:30 and 9:30 pm, all are invited. Hamacher will speak about the exhibition and what he is currently working on. For information and directions visit Lac Viet Gallery or contact Lost Origin Productions directly.