Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Delusional: Jonathan LeVine's Search for the Next Great Artist, Deadline, July 5, 2017

Jonathan Levine Projects is committed to new and cutting edge art, exploring the terrain of the high/low and everything in between. As a youth growing up in Trenton, New Jersey during the 1980s, Jonathan LeVine recognized the appeal of countercultural aesthetics including punk flyers, comics, graffiti and tattoos. In 2001, after years of independently curating at alternative venues, he decided to open a gallery specializing in this nascent art movement. Many people called him and this risky endeavor “delusional”, however, sixteen years later, he’s now the owner of one of the most well know gallery’s in the world and has cultivated the careers of many renowned artists. Jonathan LeVine is now looking for the world’s next great artist and wants to see if YOU have what it takes. Are you delusional enough?

Jonathan LeVine Projects’ first annual art competition is open to artists from around the world, ages 18 and above, of all backgrounds and experiences. After the submission deadline, a selection of artworks will be chosen to be exhibited in Delusional, a group show highlighting the finalists, opening on August 9, 2017. Jonathan LeVine will choose first, second and third place winners.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Bloom Award: Deadline, July 31


The competition funded by Warsteiner brewery offers young artists from all around the world the possibility to gain a foothold in the international art market.

Who can apply?

Visual arts, Design, Urban art or Video – the artistic potential has no limitations at BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER. We are looking for artists who knowingly work at the interfaces between art and creative industries, whose works blur boundaries of traditional forms of expression. Since its beginning in 2010, BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER emphasizes interdisciplinarity, power of innovation, courage and progressiveness. For the last edition, more than 2,000 artists applied from 84 countries.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Photojournalism Workshop

The Collective Quarterly
is hosting a 7 day photojournalism workshop (BASECAMP) in Darien, GA this July (12th-19th) with photo editors from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, THE NEW YORKER & VANITY FAIR as well as Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalists who also regularly work for THE NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON POST, WALL STREET JOURNAL, and more.

Our goal is to facilitate meaningful connections between photographers and editors - as well as a sense of community and support among your fellow attendees. We believe that a vibrant and friendly community leads only to better work and better opportunities for us all. We want to do everything we can to bring stability to our profession - to serve as a resource, help hone each other's craft, and to raise our collective game.

This is an incredible opportunity for emerging documentary photographers and photojournalists. Being SCAD students gives you a home court advantage as well as the opportunity to discover a long-term project somewhere on the Georgia Coast. There will be student discounts available to those selected.

For any questions email Parker Stewart at or Jesse Lenz at

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

NEXT Photography Senior Showcase 2017

"I'm Sorry You Feel That Way" ©Keri Cronan
One of 75 images in this extensive SCAD photography senior showcase. Please join us to celebrate our graduating seniors on Friday, June 2 in Alexander Hall, 668 Indian Street from 2-4 pm.

Monday, May 29, 2017

Classes Fall 2017

Consider the following classes for fall 2017. The following two classes are fabulous classes to take either as required classes for some of you or as electives especially if you are unsure about your career choices.

The Professional Practices for Fine Art Photography may be substituted for PHOT 400 if you are still on the old catalogue year. You will need to complete a waiver of prerequisite form stating in the comments that your career choices lean more towards this class and that I recommended you take the course.

Photojournalism, Media and Culture is a great course about the photo-essay and leaning all the areas of importance for students interested in documentary/photojournalisk and the relevant ethics involved. It is exciting and we talk a lot about making strong photographs with significant meaning. The prerequisite may be waived. Students on the new curriculum in the documentary tract are required to take this course. It is ONLY OFFERED FALL QUARTERS.

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.  TR 11-1:30      Questions contact

Important topics covered throughout the quarter; juried shows, larger competitions, prizes/award nominations, exhibiting, commercial galleries/gallery representation, artist representation, the non-profit/community space, artist and residencies, copyright, publish a book, self-publishing, the curator, museum work, framing/exhibition materials. biennials, art fairs, portfolio review events, conferences, organizations, the workshop community, the arts and academia. Throughout the quarter the topics of how to present your work as an artist and outlets for getting your work on the art market are discussed. Venues for documentary photographers are covered. All aspects of presenting your work to the public outside of commercial job venues are presented. The Art Fair, the gallery relationship, working with curators, exhibition opportunities, building your artist resume, attending graduate school and many other topics surrounding being successful as a photographic artist.

© Christopher Dowell 2016    Anarchist; Harrisburg; NSM; Police; Riot; protest

Fall 2017 Take PHOT 337 Photojournalism, Media and Culture, MW 11-1:30
This course provides an opportunity for the advanced photography major who is interested in pursuing a career in visual communication to deal with the skills, theory, ethics and contemporary issues of newspaper and magazine photojournalism. Students work collaboratively and individually on a quarter-long newsworthy assignment that reflects a topic relevant to current issues in the community. Students produce a complete portfolio based on the chosen topic and present the work to the community in a final exhibition. Through the investigation and visual exploration of a story pertinent to the local or regional community, students are made more aware of the link between photojournalism, the media and culture. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 324. Questions contact Rebecca Nolan,

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The Art of the Mind Lecture Series

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
5 p.m.
Alexander Hall Theater

The School of Liberal Arts presents John T. Edge

The award-winning writer, director and editor, will read and discuss his latest book, The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South. His research as a leading expert in food customs of the American South are revealed in his work where he discusses how Southerns shaped the American culinary identity. This event is open to the public and will be followed by a Q & A and book signing.

Monday, May 22, 2017

[Non]Disclosure, MFA Thesis Exhibition

Hailee Potter presents her MFA thesis exhibition, [Non]Disclosure, opening reception on Friday, June 2 from 6-9 pm at Non-Fiction Gallery, 1522 Bull Street, Savannah, GA 31401

Potter's photographs explore the perplexing limbo of emotional entrapment and aim to encourage the viewer to face the unseen truths of internal identity struggles.

Exhibition runs from June 2-5, Gallery hours Saturday-Monday from 1-5 pm

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