Saturday, February 28, 2015

Post MFA-Photography Fellow



Post-MFA Photography Fellow


The Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia invites applicants for an instructor and research position under the title of Post-MFA Photography Fellow. Responsibilities include teaching two studio courses within the photography area in both the fall and spring semesters, participation in formal graduate level photography critiques, and active pursuit of creative work. This one-year appointment carries modest compensation and research support, a private studio and office, and access to full photography lab facilities (B&W and color chemistry and digital hardware and software) for research.

Candidates are required to have an MFA in studio art within the last five years, preferably with a broad spectrum of photographic experience including traditional darkroom, digital and video techniques. The successful candidate must also demonstrate a commitment to their creative work. Research conducted during the position will be presented through a solo exhibition and lecture in the School of Art early in the spring semester.

The University of Georgia is a research institution of the state university system with over 34,000 students. The Lamar Dodd School of Art has 55 full-time faculty members in Studio Art, Design, Art Education and Art History administering undergraduate and graduate programs to over 1000 majors. The photography area has a comprehensive fine arts program of study including photographic processes and technology, history, criticism, and contemporary practices, serving over 50 undergraduate majors and 9 graduate students.

This position will begin August 2015 and conclude in May 2016. The final application deadline for full consideration is March 16, 2015. Applicants should submit a letter of interest that summarizes his/her qualifications and research interests; a current curriculum vitae; teaching philosophy and/or sample syllabi; 20 images of creative work and 20 images of student work; names, phone numbers/e-mails, and addresses of three individuals qualified to speak to his/her qualifications online at: http://artuga.slideroom.com. Applicants may upload images, video, music or PDF documents. For good image quality and fast upload, your image files should be sized no larger than 1220 px @ 72 dpi. The SlideRoom portal offers additional instruction for submitting work. For technical assistance, access the help desk at http://slideroom.zendesk.com.

The Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, its many units, and the University of Georgia are committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students, and sustaining a work and learning environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Faculty members are expected to support the college’s goals of creating and sustaining a diverse and inclusive learning environment.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Capture One Certification at SCAD Savannah


Capture One Certification at SCAD Savannah

On February 20, 2015 the photography department of the Savannah College of Art and Design hosted an eight-hour workshop organized by Capture Integration Inc. of Atlanta, GA, for thirty students who all became certified as Capture One Assistants.

The workshop featured SCAD photo alumni Josh Booth, who was trained in Finland on this software by the company and Steve Hendrix from Capture Integration, lecturing on the specifications of Capture One 8.0, cutting edge technology for digital capture of professional digital photographic images. Students from Professor Tim Keating’s Control Light One and Control Light Three classes took the rigorous training. All the students passed the certification test at the end of eight hours and will receive the software and certification as an additional benefit.

Capture One is a Danish company that makes Phase One digital medium format capture backs used in the most demanding professional applications in commercial, scientific and fine art photography applications. Capture One can be used with most medium format capture backs and with professional quality DSLR cameras. The students gained a greater degree of control over their workflow and became more marketable with enhanced digital technician skill sets.

Thanks to everyone who made this exciting event a reality.

Tim Keating

Monday, February 23, 2015

Spring Quarter Class

Spring Quarter 2015- MW 2pm Bergen Hall 206
Take a course to learn about the following: juried shows, larger competitions, prizes/award nominations, exhibiting, commercial galleries/gallery representation, artist representation, the non-profit/community space, artist and residencies, grants for artists, copyright, self-publishing, the curator, museum work, framing/exhibition materials, biennials, art fairs, portfolio review events, conferences, organizations, the workshop community, the arts and academia.
Questions contact- rnolan@scad.edu

PHOT 403 Professional Practices for Fine Art Photography
Providing students with a comprehensive introduction to accepted practices in the marketing of fine art photography, this course takes a multifaceted approach to professional art business concerns. Course topics include how to approach galleries, portfolio-reviewing events, legal considerations, collectors, museum practices, portfolio preparation and self-promotion. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 219. 

PHOT 745 Photographic Art Marketing Practices
This seminar provides self-motivated graduate students with insights into today’s multi-faceted markets for photography. The course focuses on understanding and navigating the business of being an artist. Classroom lectures foster a broader awareness of career options and professional prospects for photographers seeking to approach successfully the world of art. Individual research required allows students to explore an area in depth. Students share their research methodology and results with their fellow students, fostering growth of peer relationships. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 719.


Thursday, February 19, 2015

Approaching Deadline Silver and Ink


DEADLINE: SUNDAY  FEBRUARY 22- MIDNIGHT

The call for entry instructions for this year's Silver and Ink Exhibition can be found at the pages tab at the top of this page or at the link below.

http://scadphoto.blogspot.com/p/silver-and-ink-call-for-entry-2015.html

Please follow the directions closely. Entries that do not follow the directions will not be considered. 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

A-Town Get Down Photo Opening Tonight


A-Town Get Down Photo Opening Tonight, Wednesday, February 18, 6-9
Liberty Street Gallery (128 W Liberty) 
Many of our photography majors are featured in the exhibition.

The Alex Townsend Memorial Foundation hosted a photography contest honoring Helen Levitt. "While all eyes were fixed on rising skyscrapers towering above, Helen's lens was with the people below; forever preserving the long-lost days before modern, urban America had to grow up. The A-Town Get Down Photo Contest celebrates Levitt's New York then, by calling for views of your Savannah today."

Monday, February 16, 2015

deFINE Art this week at SCAD MOA

Please note the deFINE Art events happening this week. There are many great events starting at 5pm on Tuesday, February 17th at the museum.

In addition, photography is a big part of the student showcase on Thursday at Alexander Hall, 5pm.


Landscape Photography elective


Domenichino: Landscape With Tobias Laying Hold of the Fish, c. 1615 (aka, The Birth of Catfish Noodling) 

Enjoy Landscape Photography?
Then consider this fine elective for Spring Quarter, MW 2:00:
PHOT 323 The Contemporary Landscape cross-listed with
PHOT 756 The Conceptual Landscape

Create a cohesive portfolio of original landscape images while studying the roots of the genre in painting, literature, poetry, music, film, and photography, along with its contemporary practice. Where do our ideas about landscape come from? What makes a landscape beautiful (or not)? How does landscape-as-art reflect (and influence) our changing ideas and attitudes about nature, culture, religion, aesthetics?


Professor Steve Mosch

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