Thursday, August 20, 2009
Have some spare time and want to make some money?
Workstudy positions are available in Bergen Hall for
‐Must be a photo major or minor
‐See here for a job description.
-See here for an application.
-Or, you can just stop in and see Jon in office 205
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Date of Review: Sunday, September 20th
Project 5 is proud to announce our first group Portfolio Review in New York City. Project 5 is a unique collaboration between Amador Gallery, ClampArt, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, Foley Gallery and Sasha Wolf Gallery that has grown out of years of friendship and shared ambitions in the photography market.
Project 5 hopes to foster a supportive environment for artists to receive constructive criticism and build an ongoing dialogue about their work with art world professionals.
After the formal reviews conclude we will have a short one hour meet and greet so that all the artists and reviewers will have an opportunity to meet each other and share contacts, ideas, etc.
To apply for Project 5’s Portfolio Review please send:
-A written description of your work
- A biography that outlines your education and professional experience.
- A link to your website, if you have one.
- 10 jpegs sent either in a zip file or attached to an email (or series of emails). The jpgs should be 100 dpi and 6 inches at the largest dimension.
Project 5’s Portfolio Review will consist of three 20-minute reviews with three of Project 5’s gallerists. Great consideration will be given to the matching of gallery owners and artists based on the strengths and experience of each. The reviews will take place at Foley Gallery located at 547 West 27th Street.
Deadline for receipt of materials for this review will be September 6th and the artists will be notified of acceptance by September 9th. A $250 check made out to Daniel Cooney Fine Art will be due by September 12th.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or to any of the galleries involved.
Thursday, August 13, 2009
For more information, contact Professor Linda Warner Constantino at email@example.com.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
August 22 marks the 101st anniversary of Henri Cartier-Bresson's birth. Considered by many to be the father of modern photojournalism and the street photographer's archetype, Cartier-Bresson was unparalleled at capturing "the decisive moment"—that fleeting point of time where an event hits its visual chord. As stated in his New York Times obituary, "his best photographs... are simply among the best works of 20th-century art."
Even 5 years after Cartier-Bresson's passing, his impact is still felt, influencing the way thousands—if not millions—of photographers shoot.
What image of yours best captures the decisive moment? Over the next week, we invite you to share an image that exemplifies the photojournalistic and street photography style of Henri Cartier-Bresson. We'll feature our favorites as a tribute in the sixth edition of TimeFrames.
- Send your image to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 p.m. CDT August 17, 2009.
- The photo should be taken by you and should be an example of photojournalism and/or street photography in the spirit of Henri Cartier-Bresson.
- It is your responsibility to have appropriate permissions for the publication of the image you send.
- Please include your name, title of the photo, the location of the image, and what gear you used to get the shot.
- Size your image to between 600 and 1100 pixels on its longest size.
- By submitting the image, you are granting Calumet Photographic unrestricted permission to publish the photograph in material related to TimeFrames and its promotion. You still retain your copyright privileges, however you waive rights to royalties/compensation and further approval when published by Calumet Photographic.
- We stamp any published instances with your name and a copyright seal that is legible in the size it appears, and as such prefer images without personal watermarks.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
For Annie Leibovitz, a Fuzzy Financial Picture
Great photography contest sponsored by National Geographic and PDN with amateur category for students. The emphasis is on travel/photojournalism. Deadline is August 24th.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
There are only five days left to submit to our Open call for Photography: The Group Show at 3rd Ward. This competition is a worldwide search for the Best Emerging Photographers! If that's you, submit your best work now.
Photography has been reinventing itself since its inception. From daguerreotypes to glass negatives, instant Polaroid film to unlimited digital shots, images are our reflections, our fantasies and our teachers. This competition is a search for the best new work from emerging photographers.
For this call we are joined by judges Peter van Agtmael (Magnum Photographer), Sean Fader (Photographer, FIT Professor & Solo Show Artist), Amani Olu (Co-founder & Executive Director, Humble Arts Foundation) and Alexandra Niki (Editor in Chief, Resource Magazine).
One photographer will be awarded $500 & a 3rd Ward bike and the top 25 photographers will receive:
- A group show in 3rd Ward's gallery
- A feature in 3rd Ward's Quarterly Publication
- 1-month Basic Membership at 3rd Ward with access to our four photo studios
- NYC wide exposure - post cards, flyers, press!
Submit Now: http://www.3rdward.com/fallgroupshow09/
Accepting submissions through August 7, 2009, 11:59 p.
With support from Resource Magazine (http://www.resourcemagonline.com/).
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