Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Annual Internship Panel



Please join us for the Photography Department's annual Internship Panel Wednesday, January 16, 5:30 pm, Adler Studio.

Daniel Roa, Jenn Nabridge, Hannah Avant, Jesse Schlauch    Chewy

Erin White    Smitten & Swoon

Matthew Sgambati     Mark Mahaney

Ben Chapman     Jonathan Becker

Allison Smith     Soho Photo Gallery

Bryce Giesmann’s thesis exhibition

Bryce Giesmann's Forlorn Terroir Art Exhibit to be Featured in the Robert A. Peck Gallery

The Central Wyoming College art department will host Bryce Giesmann’s thesis exhibition called Forlorn Terroir Jan. 11-Feb. 26 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center gallery. There will be an art reception Feb. 6 at 6-7pm.
Giesmann is about to complete his Master of Fine Art in photography through Savannah College of Art and Design online program. His exhibition is a series of photographs which serve as metaphors for Giesmann’s personal experiences struggling with mental disorders of depression and anxiety.
Just after I was diagnosed with clinical depression I started teaching myself basic photography. That quickly became an obsession. I always knew I was going to do something with art in my life from a young age. Art is a way of life and it chose me. ”

Thursday, January 10, 2019

LensCulture Portrait Awards

Now Open! LensCulture Portrait Awards


Are you a talented creator of photography portraits? We're seeking remarkable image makers from all parts of the world, whether you're using innovative new approaches to portrait photography, making quirky self-portraits, traditional studio portraits or something in between.

Awards include an exhibition at Aperture Gallery in New York, international photo festival projections, massive exposure to international press + our global online audience of three million, publication in The Best of LensCulture, Volume 4, and much more!

Free entry option. Open to photographers of all ages, level of experience and locations. Enter 5+ images to qualify for a professional review at no extra cost. What are you waiting for?
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A Color Moment

A Color Moment
Juror: Arthur Meyerson
Deadline: Monday, January 14, 2019
Exhibition prints due February 21, 2019
Gallery exhibition March 7, 2019 - April 6, 2019
A successful color photograph finds color as an essential element. Without color, the impact of the image would be significantly reduced. When used well, color coalesces with the other elements of the image to create an atmosphere, an emotional response, a sense of place. Effective use of color can take your breath away, zing your eyes, grab your heart, and celebrate light.
The photographs in this exhibit will be chosen less for technique and more for the pure passion captured in a moment in which color is a key element. 
We are very pleased that Arthur Meyerson will be jurying and curating this exhibition. He will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 35 for our Online Gallery Annex. The recipients of the Juror's Award and the Director's Award will each be entitled to a personal portfolio review by Mr. Meyerson.
 

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Intern at a Summer Camp

Sign up for an interview today
SENIORS AND GRADUATING MFA STUDENTS
 
Get on board with this amazing opportunity! Full year paid residency with benefits and travel.

Photography Resident Laura Zalenga
Check out the Video: Adobe Creative Residency



Reach out to Carlos Colon for help.

The Adobe Creative Residency empowers talented individuals to spend a year focusing on a personal creative project, while sharing their experience and process with the creative community. It is open to artists (Seniors and Graduates) with a focus in visual design disciplines and whose work utilizes a digital component.

A few events are coming up that might interest our students. All of these events are posted on the SCAD Job Portal and students should RSVP and apply there:

They are interested in candidates with a focus in visual design disciplines that have a digital component:

Digital drawing and painting
Photography
Short-form online video
Graphic design (digital and print)
UI/UX design


1/17 – Informational Presentation: Adobe Creative Residency @ Arnold Hall 5-6 pm. Open to everyone!

1/18 -  Workshop: Prioritizing Passion Projects with artist, Adobe Creative Resident, and SCAD alum Aaron Bernstein (BFA Photo) 10 am -12 pm @ Ruskin Hall, Bldg. C, 3rd floor conference room. Open to Seniors and Graduates.

1/18 -  Photo Portfolio Reviews with artist, Adobe Creative Resident, and SCAD alum, Aaron Bernstein (BFA Photo) 1:00 - 3:30 pm, @ Ruskin Hall, Bldg. C, 3rd floor conference room. Open to Juniors, Seniors and Graduates. Apply on the SCAD Job Portal by Friday January 11th.

1/18 - Virtual Interviews for Adobe Creative Residency with an Adobe Representative, 1:30 - 3:30pm, @ Ruskin Hall, Bldg. C, 2nd floor conference room. Open to Seniors and Graduates applying to the Adobe Creative Residency. Apply on the SCAD Job Portal by Friday January 11th.



Tuesday, January 8, 2019

solo exhibition of photographic work by Julia Wilson


Trestle Gallery // 850 3rd ave, suite 411, bklyn
Introductions 2019
Curated by Jason Andrew
Opening Reception: Friday, January 11, 7-9pm On view through January 30th.
Gallery Hours: M W F 1:30-6:30pm; Sat & Sun 12-6pm 


Trestle is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of photographic work by Julia Wilson, curated by Jason Andrew. Julia’s work was selected by Jason Andrew of Norte Maar from almost 400 submissions from our annual open call. This will be the rst exhibition of Trestle’s 2019 season, which will focus on solo exhibitions. 




“As a curator interested in what’s happening now, it was exciting to
get to see artists’ submissions from around the world applying for this opportunity through Trestle Gallery. Julia Wilson stood out as one who
has honed her skills in capturing
the world around her. I gravitated to her painterly approach to the image and her unconventional use of her personal computer as camera. There is an intimacy yet universal experience that she captures in her work.”

- Jason Andrew, curator 


ABOUT JULIA WILSON
Julia Wilson is a photographic artist, who explores our relationship to and between text and image, as well as photographic materiality within our technological age. Using the large format view camera, Julia photographs constructed compositions of words, images, and indexical marks on the screen of her personal computer. The nal images serve as foils to our media profuse cultural atmosphere and lingual inundation. Julia’s images have been featured on the photographic platforms, Aint-Bad, PHROOM, Fraction Magazine, Analog Forever, BU’s academic journal SEQUITUR. Julia received a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies with a concentration in Latin and Ancient Greek translation from the University of Virginia and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
ABOUT JASON ANDREW
Jason Andrew is an independent scholar, curator, and producer. He is the Founding Partner at Artist Estate Studio, LLC, which manages the estates of Jack Tworkov, Janice Biala, and Elizabeth Murray as well as the studio of Robert Zakanitch to name a few. A prominent gure in the Brookyn art scene, Mr. Andrew is the co- founder and director of Norte Maar a non-pro t now celebrating its 15th anniversary encouraging, promoting, and presenting collaborative projects in the arts. He can be followed on Twitter and Instgram: @jandrewARTS
Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Ave, Suite 411 Brooklyn, NY 11232

M W F 1:30-6:30pm
Sat & Sun 12:00-6:00pm trestle@brooklynartspace.org & by appointment www.trestlegallery.org



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