Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Amazing Opportunity!!! Call for Entries

Photographers Wanted for: EXPOSURE
Artists Wanted's international competition for inspired photography is now open.
Details are at: www.artistswanted.org
Photography is power.  In a world of images, a photographer has the potential to change perceptions, ask questions and to explore beauty.  This opportunity is open to photographers of all backgrounds who speak exquisitely in the language of lenses and aperture.
Our goal is simple - to find amazing photographic talents and expose them to the world in the most potent way possible.  Rewards and benefits will be given to all who participate. One Grand Prize winner will be awarded a Manhattan gallery reception, international publicity and their choice of $10,000 cash or 1 year living rent free in a $1.2 million dollar apartment provided by The Edge in New York City.
Our panel of judges including Photographer Lauren Greenfield, New York Times Photo Editor Maura Foley, MoMA Curator Nora Lawrence and JPG Founders Derek Powazek & Heather Powazek Champ, will choose one photographer for the Grand Prize:
  * $10,000 cash or 1-year FREE living at a $1.2 million apartment at The Edge in New York City
  * A Manhattan gallery reception
  * Airfare & shipping to and from New York City for the event
  * International publicity
The public will also cast their vote and the highest rated portfolio will receive the People's Choice Award:
  * $2,000 in cash
  * A Manhattan gallery reception
  * Airfare & shipping to and from New York City for the event
All participants will receive:
A free digital subscription to JPG Magazine; $100 in discounts and credits from Zipcar.com; and discounts and freebies from our corporate sponsors.
This is your opportunity to capture the moment and share your talent with the world.
Send us your most powerful photographs:
With support from The Edge, JPG Magazine, Etsy, Resource Magazine, Zipcar, 3rd Ward
Deadline: May 31 at 11:59 p EST

Former Student Selling Photo Gear to Pay for Nuptuals

I know that sounds like a National Enquirer article title. Click here for some large format lenses and other good stuff.
http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/893151

Friday, April 23, 2010

Nan Goldin Seeking Studio Manager

This is a four day a week job for a highly organized and responsible person with excellent office, communication and photo skills.
There are many aspects to the job - correspondence, coordinating commercial work, archiving, financial stuff, travel plans, overseeing other assistants and interns, reporting back to Nan by email at the end of each day. A can-do, problem-solving approach is essential, along with previous artist assistant experience. Travel will sometimes be necessary, as Nan is living in both NY and Paris and often travels for shows or commercial work. French language skills a big plus. Please send a resume and cover letter to
nangoldinstudio@mac.com.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Harold Daniels Lecture Thursday 6pm in Studio

Let's just make this Thursday a Photo Fun Day!
Before you head over to Arnold Hall for David Taylor's lecture, come to Bergen Hall and see Harold Daniels speak about his experience and success with in the Commercial photographic market.
The lecture will begin at 6, 3rd floor studio, and end at 6:45 and then we will all head to Arnold Hall together!
For any questions please email PhotoGroup at photogroup@scad.edu

Silver & Ink Portfolio Reviews

The Silver & Ink Portfolio Review times are all full.
All Reviews will take place in Bergen Hall both Friday and Saturday.
The assigned room list will be posted on Thursday in Bergen Hall and on the Blog.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

NY Times A Moment in May Photography Project

Photographers Prepare for a Moment in May

Hundreds of photographers are getting ready to take a picture at one  
moment on Sunday, May 2. Here's how you can join the project.

http://nyti.ms/cPKsxq

Monday, April 19, 2010

Silver & Ink Portfolio Review Reservations

A list of all pre-registered Silver & Ink portfolio review time slots has been posted outside of room 201/Bergen. You may sign up for ONE additional open time slot on a first-come, first-served basis. Please do not sign up for more that four (total) reviews (including pre-registration).

Opportunities at District

Additional Silver & Ink Exhibition drop off time

If you missed the drop off times for your Silver & Ink pieces, you may drop them off to Michael Runnels in Exhibitions 102 E. Lathrope (in fenced area behind police station) TODAY anytime BEFORE 12:00 and from 2:00 - 5:30.
THIS IS YOUR FINAL CHANCE TO DROP OFF YOUR PIECES, BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR PAPERWORK READY WITH YOUR PIECES.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Call for Entries- "Agoraphobia/Claustrophobia"

Agoraphobia/Claustrophobia

The equal yet opposite fear of small and large spaces plague people around the world. In some degree, there are places that will always provide a sense of anxiety, and this show wants to explore those carnal fears in an open forum. We invite all mediums to show us those spaces or landscapes that inspire these fears of the vast or the small.

In order to be considered for the exhibit, you must submit the following:

1. Entry Form (Download Here)
2. Entry Fee
3. Digital Images
4. Artist Statement

Eligibility: This juried exhibition is open to national and international artists (professional, emerging, and student).

Media/Genre: Open to works of all genres and media.

Delivery & Return of Work: All work accepted for the exhibition must arrive ready to install. Work that is not ready to hang or that does not exhibit good craftsmanship may be omitted from the exhibit. Work that differs significantly from its entry image may be disqualified. Work can be hand delivered or shipped. Hand delivered work must be picked up from the gallery by the date specified (see Deadlines). Desotorow Gallery is not responsible for work left beyond the date specified. Shipped work must be sent in a reusable container with return shipping prepaid. Work should be securely packaged, clearly labeled, and sent with a return shipping label. Work will be returned in the same manner as delivered, or via UPS/USPS. Accepted work will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition.

Entry Fee: You may submit up to three pieces for a non-refundable entry fee of $15. The entry fee may be paid online or with cash, check, or money order (checks and money orders should be made payable to DESOTOROW GALLERY).

Sale of Work: Desotorow Gallery, Inc. will not take commission on the sale of artwork. Payment will be made directly to artists.

Images: Desotorow only accepts digital images for consideration. Images must meet the following specifications:

File Names: Artist’s last name followed by the entry number (i.e. Smith01.jpg, Smith02.jpg)

File Size: Images must be saved in a HIGH QUALITY JPEG format at 72 DPI and no smaller than 1000 pixels in any direction.

Deadlines:

April 30 Submissions Due by 5pm EST
May 3 Notifications Emailed
June 2 Accepted Work Due to Gallery
June 4 Opening Reception
June 16 Exhibition Closes
June 18 Return of Work Begins (Pick-up/Ship)
July 2 Deadline for the Pick-Up of Work


Download the prospectus at http://www.desotorow.org/exhibits/calls/agor-claus.html. For more information, email info@desotorow.org.

Under the Rubble, Lecture and presentation by Emilie Tolan



Monday the 19th, 8pm at the Georgia Coastal Center, next door to Turner House
Emilie Tolan will be presenting images and discussing
her experience while in Haiti.


PHOTO FACULTY SHOW

Photography Department Faculty Show at Oglethorpe Gallery with an opening on Friday April 16th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.. Oglethorpe Gallery is located at 406 East Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, Georgia.

Interesting info on Marketing your Photography with your iPhone

Marketing your Photography with your iPhone -- April 14 | By Photopreneur Editors | Posted in Business of Photography | Print This Post

(The following is adapted from 99 Ways to Make Money from Your Photos, by the editors of Photopreneur.)

With the iPhone, you can promote your photography anytime, anywhere. Meet someone at a party and tell them you’re a photographer, and when they ask you what you shoot, you’ll be able to whip out your phone and show them, explaining at the same time how you achieved the shot and why the images are important.

The easiest way to create an iPhone-based picture portfolio is to create a folder called “portfolio” on your computer, stuff it with your best photos and upload it to your iPhone. But that’s not going to be too impressive, and anyone you show it to will wonder why you’re walking around with your best images on your mobile phone.

That approach also only works if you have your iPhone in hand to show off your pictures — rather than simply directing your prospect to a Web site accessible from their own phone.

Re-posted from Fraction Magazine

Follow the link for more information

http://photofizz.info/fizz/4295168.aspx

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Call for Entries

CALL FOR ENTRIES:  30th Annual Juried Fine Art Competition and Exhibition

AUGUSTA, GA (4/14/10) - The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art in Augusta, Georgia is currently accepting entries for its 30th annual juried fine art competition, A Sense of Place 2010.  The competition and exhibition is open to all U.S. artists ages 18 and older working in the following media:
drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media.

A Sense of Place 2010 seeks to recognize the outstanding quality and diversity of work being generated by contemporary American artists.  The 2009 competition featured works from 37 states throughout the United States.

This year's juror is Betsy Cain, an acclaimed artist currently working in Savannah, Georgia.  Cain will select three particularly outstanding works of art for receipt of cash merit awards, to be announced at the opening reception on September 17, 2010, and will conduct a gallery talk on the
juried exhibition for guests.  Three cash prizes will be given, including a $750 Best of Show Award and two $500 Juror's Awards. Award recipients will be announced at the exhibition's opening reception on Friday, September 17, 2010.  The exhibition will run September 17 - October 15, 2010.

The 2010 exhibition and competition is a Westobou Festival Endorsed Event. Begun in 2008, the annual Westobou Festival, held in Augusta, Georgia is a ten-day celebration of excellence in the arts, featuring a variety of performances and exhibitions by local, regional, and nationally-recognized
artists, primarily in the disciplines of dance, music, theater, and visual arts.  For more information, visit www.westoboufestival.com

For a free prospectus, send SASE to: Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, 506 Telfair St., Augusta, GA 30901, 706-722-5495, ghia@ghia.org, or visit http://www.ghia.org/exhibit.html to download in .pdf format.  Entries must be postmarked by May 28, 2010.  The $25 entry fee covers submission of CD of
up to three works; additional works are $5 each.

About Juror Betsy Cain
Betsy Cain is an acclaimed artist currently working in Savannah, Georgia. Recipient of the Governor's Award for Georgia Women in the Visual Arts, Ms. Cain has exhibited widely throughout the Southeast and beyond, with more than fifty solo and group shows to her credit.  Her work is held in public
and corporate collections across the United States and abroad, including the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; the Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah; the Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, NM; Chemical Bank, New York, NY; Coca Cola USA, Atlanta; and Hyatt Regency Hotels, Cologne, Germany. Ms. Cain holds BFA and MFA degrees from the University of Alabama.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Morris Publications Seeks Interns, Visiting Campus on 4/23

If you are interested in the following internship opportunities, please contact Tiffany Sperring at tsperrin@scad.edu.


Design intern: Main focus will be print though there might be some web opportunity. Opportunity to learn how books and magazines are produced from concept through sending files out. Assist and work closely with art directors. Will help with basic layouts of pages with design team based in Augusta, GA.

Photography: We will be looking for potential freelancers who shoot travel, location, portrait and food. We will look for students that have an interesting point of view and unique style. There may also be an opportunity for a photo intern at our Augusta office to do photo research/photo editing/photo conversion/photo documentation. This opportunity would allow the student to learn the client side of photography which is invaluable to any photographer.

Video: We are also looking for students with an expertise in video as potential to be shooting in the local markets close to where they are based. We expect to expand our web presence.

Students can view our website and publications at www.wheretraveler.com.

Morris Visitor Publications, LLC publishes visitor magazines, guides, and maps for business and recreational travelers in the United States and Europe. Its publications feature arts and entertainment, nature trips, local folklore, and photo essays; articles on fashion, travel and food. It distributes its products through hotels, in-flight services, and tourist outlets. The company is based in Augusta, Georgia. Morris Visitor Publications, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Morris Communications Company, L

Friday, April 9, 2010

Philip Perkis Artist's Talk @ The Jepson

















Renowned photographer and educator, Philip Perkis, will be giving a talk at the Jepson Center, which will be offered free of charge to SCAD students and faculty, on Friday April 16 at 2 pm.

He will give an initial introduction at the gallery, allow students the opportunity to view the exhibition briefly and reconvene in the auditorium for a lecture/Q and A session.

Monday, April 5, 2010

The Lens-Based Image by Desotorow Gallery

Desotorow Gallery presents The Lens-based Image, an exhibition of mixed media lens-based work. Guest curated by Meryl Truett, this exhibition features the work of Rhonda Arnsten, Collin Asmus, Wendy DesChene & Jeff Schmidt, Elliot Erin, Pamela Flynn, Eric Landes, Imke Lass, Lynette Miller, Renee Malloy, Stephen Marc, Dorothy Netherlands, J.B. Raetzke, Sharon Reeber, and Vanessa Woods.

The opening reception will be held on April 9 from 6-9 p.m. The exhibit runs from April 9 - 21. For more information, email info@desotorow.org.

Desotorow is an art gallery that fosters an awareness and appreciation of the arts by providing affordable exhibition space for emerging and professional artists and by offering educational outreach programming open to artists and the community.

Desotorow Gallery is located in Savannah's Starland Arts District at 2427 De Soto Avenue. Hours of operation are Sunday-Wednesday and Friday 2-5 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.



Summer Camp Photographer Needed

Camp Isidore Alterman (CIA) in Dunwoody, GA is looking for a student who is interested in photography and would like to work at camp this summer as a photographer.

Contact:
Tali Weinberg
Program Director, Camp Isidore Alterman
(678) 812-3887 phone
(678) 812-3944 fax

Summer Gallery Internship, Asheville NC


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Thursday, April 1, 2010

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