Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Time Inc. Editorial Internship Program

Time Inc.'s Editorial Internship Program is a 9-week program open to undergraduates and graduate level candidates. The internship allows students interested in the field of journalism, design or photography to gain professional experience. Interns may be responsible for researching, fact-checking or reporting. Interns will have the opportunity to become an integral part of their editorial team and to contribue their ideas and creativity.

The program will run from the beginning of June to the beginning of August. Time Inc. will provide dormitory style housing in New York at a nearby university.

Application are due by January 14, 2011. Please click on the following link for more information

Eduardo Angel Photo Assistant

Eduardo Angel Photography (EAP) is looking for one or two photographers to work in the home office in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The photographers will be engaged in everything from teaching and consulting photo assignments to beta testing to business development and promotion. It is a hands-on experience with full exposure to the professional photography market in New York. The candidates chosen will also have the option to sit in on EAP workshops and classes, as well as attend business meetings and networking events.

Candidate must have easy access to New York, valid work permits and fantastic verbal, technical and writing skills. This is a part-time position with flexible hours. You will need your own Apple laptop and a modest stipend will be provided.

Send a resume and cover letter to Feel free to include additional experiences which you consider might provide considerable added value to your employment. For more information, check out this opportunity out on the SCAD College Central Network (Job Id #2113443).

Need help registering for College Central? E-mail

Maes Studio Internship

Internship Opportunity: Maes Studios - Chicago IL (

This internship is designed to familiarise students as photo assistants for work on commercial still and film shoots. Candidates should be able to migrate between on-set photo assisting and assisting the in-house Producer/Artist Representative during shoots. The candidate should also have a solid understanding of still photography as they will have to help on set from time to time. An interest and background in film would also be beneficial for candidates as the studio is beginning to branch out into film.

If you are interested in applying please e-mail a resume and short introduction to Benjamin Stern at

Assistant Photography Professor Opening

The Department of Art and Design at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville announced an opening for an Assistant Professor in Photography. The successful candidate will teach 3 courses each semester, maintain an active creative and exhibition schedule and contribute to the department, college and university. Applicants must have an MFA in photography from an accredited institution and demonstrate excellence in college teaching.

For more information, e-mail Celinda Smith (

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Teaching Position

The University of Memphis

Position: The Department of Art invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Photography beginning August 2011.

Qualifications: The Master of Fine Arts is required. Degree must be in hand by August 2011. Candidates must teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in photography and have a technical grounding in the full complement of film and digital photography. Candidates must demonstrate knowledge of contemporary art theory and the history of photography with an abiding interest in new technologies. In all of our studio candidates we desire secondary strengths in theory, practice, and the history of visual art, issues of community, gender and race, media literacy, and demonstrable examples of other experiences such as performance, installation, digital, and/or video art. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to working with a diverse student population. Teaching experience at the University level is desired.

Duties: This position normally combines a three courseteaching load per semester along with studio practice and critical seminars to all levels of undergraduate and graduate photography students; assists in the recruitment of photography undergraduate and graduate students; mentors graduate teaching assistants; and serves on departmental and university committees. Excellence in teaching, advising, research, and service is required for promotion and tenure.

Rank and Salary: Assistant Professor. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Setting: The University of Memphis has an enrollment of over 22,000 that is divided among six colleges. The University is located in the largest urban center in Tennessee and the Mid-South region. The Department of Art is a component of the College of Communication and Fine Arts along with the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, the Art Museum of The University of Memphis, the Center for Multimedia Arts, the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, a Tennessee Center of Excellence, and the Departments of Architecture, Theatre & Dance, Communication, and Journalism. The Department of Art is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. The Department of Art offers Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in various fine arts concentrations as well as Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in Art History. There are approximately 450 art majors taught by 25 full time arts faculty. The Department is also served by 5 professional staff including a full-time photo lab technician. Further information about the Department of Art and The University of Memphis is available on the following websites: and

Application: Candidates should go to to submit an application. Candidate must upload a Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Teaching Philosophy and Artist statement. Candidate will also need to provide email addresses for three reference providers. Review of applications will begin on January 24, 2011 and may continue until position is filled.

Support Materials: Candidate should mail a CD with 20 images of his/her work and 20 images of his/her students’ work as support material. The CD should be clearly labeled with all pertinent information including name of artist(s), date of work, media, and dimensions. Please include on the CD the URL for your website, if applicable. Mail to: Earnestine Jenkins, Ph.D, Department of Art, 108 Jones Hall, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152-3380.

The University of Memphis is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action University. It is dedicated to the education of a non-racially identifiable student body.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Griffin Museum Call for Entries

Call for Entries: 17th Juried Exhibition. Arthur Griffin Legacy Awards. Juror: Debra Klomp Ching. All entries must be received between January 10, 2011 and March 31, 2011. Entry fee.

For guidelines send SASE (or web or call) to:

Griffin Museum of Photography
67 Shore Road
Winchester MA 01890


Monday, December 13, 2010

NYC-area TA needed for ICP Photography Class

Class meets Sunday 2-5 class at the ICP. 10-week Intro to Digital course. Knowledge of Lightroom required. Contact SCAD Photography alumnus, Tom Griscom at

Friday, December 10, 2010

Call for Work: Foundation Studies Portfolio Awards Show

The Portfolio Awards Show will take place Feb. 20 – 26 at Wallin Hall, 312 E. 37th St., Savannah, Georgia.

The annual exhibition acknowledges SCAD students who excel in their foundation studies work. An exemplary portfolio speaks to the breadth of foundation studies and contains some combination of design (2-D, 3-D, color theory) and drawing. Ten finalists will each receive a $100 Ex Libris voucher. The overall winner will receive a tuition scholarship for one class for a subsequent quarter at SCAD.

Submit portfolios to Wallin Hall, 312 E. 37th St.


  • Five original pieces of artwork completed while attending SCAD. Work in 2-D form must be original and contained in a portfolio. Work in 3-D may be submitted with clearly labeled photographs or in digital form with information indicating size and media. Work in 3-D must be readily available for exhibition if selected. Each piece submitted must be labeled with the student’s name, e-mail, phone number, foundation studies course in which the work was produced and professor of the class.
  • A typed, one-page, double-spaced statement titled “Why Foundation Studies Is Important to My Education.” Submit this statement in hard copy and digitally as an attached document via e-mail to
  • A completed entry form and unofficial transcript obtainable via MySCAD. Any undergraduate student who has not accumulated more than 71 credit hours and has completed or is enrolled in at least one foundation studies course at SCAD is eligible.

Reception will take place Feb. 25, 2-4 p.m. in Wallin Hall.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Call for Entries:

2011 Center Awards:


The 16th annual CENTER Awards provide contestants with a prestigious and worthwhile photographic awards program. The prize packages are designed to bring exposure to worthy photographers via exhibitions, publication, and career advancement.

Often judges will show interest in work that is not selected for the awards but that may be relevant for other purposes. To facilitate a relationship, CENTER provides contact information of all photographers who have advanced to the final rounds of judging. No work is eliminated by pre-screening. All contestants stand to benefit from the submission process by having their work seen by the judges.


JURORS Simon Baker, Curator of Photography, Tate, U.K.; Christina Cahill, Deputy Director, Editorial Reportage by Getty Images; and TBA

PRIZES $5,000 cash, exhibition, publication in Fraction magazine, admission to Review Santa Fe, and more.

SUBMIT 20 images from a body of work, artist statement, resume, $35 members/$45 nonmembers


JURORS Dewi Lewis, Publisher, Dewi Lewis Publishing, U.K.

PRIZES $3,000 cash, exhibition, publication in Fraction magazine, admission to Review Santa Fe and more.

SUBMIT 8-10 images from a work-in-progress, artist statement, resume, $25 members/$35 nonmembers


Curator's Choice
Erin O’Toole, Asst. Curator of Photography, SF Museum of Modern Art
Dealer's Choice
Dianne Vanderlip, Curator, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Editor's Choice
Todd James, Senior Photo Editor, National Geographic magazine

PRIZES Exhibition at CENTER space, publication in Fraction magazine, gift certificate to Singer Editions fine art printing services

SUBMIT 1-4+ images, $25 members/$35 nonmembers per category OR $60 members/$75 nonmembers for all 3 categories


SELECTION COMMITTEE Three professionals representing different aspects of the field such as a curator, an editor and a publisher

EVENT Receive 9 portfolio reviews, inclusion in an on-line listing, receptions, a night of Portfolio Viewing and more; June 2-5, 2011 in Santa Fe, NM

SUBMIT 20 images from a body of work, artist statement, resume, $45 members/$55 nonmembers (discounts if you apply to both Project Competition and Review Santa Fe)


A: A: 11:59PM MST, January 27, 2011 to be received in office.


A: The online application is availiable via the 'Apply Today' link to the right. After completing your application and payment, you will be directed to the Center/VisualServer login to upload images.


A: Please check your spam/junk folder, if you don't find it please email to troubleshoot.


A: Use a jpeg quality level of 10 or high when saving your jpgs. Do NOT check the progressive jpg or optimized checkbox. If you follow these guidelines, the size of your images will typically fall between 100-500k when it is compressed (closed). When the image is opened the file might be larger than 500k and that is acceptable.


A: Click on “Statements and Resume” button located next to “Image Uploader” button on the menu bar in the VisualServer. Click on your project title located to the left of the screen whereupon you will be able to upload a .pdf or .doc with your artist statement or resume.


A: Please send an email to with a full description of your question or problem. Your email will be returned as soon as possible and likely within 1 business day, Monday-Friday.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Call for Entries

Grand Theatre Gallery

Call for Art: 2011

Gallery Mission Statement: The Grand Theatre Gallery is located in the heart of downtown Frankfort, KY inside the newly renovated Historic Grand Theatre. The Gallery is committed to exhibiting work created by emerging and professional artists working in any medium. Attempts will be made to coordinate, when possible, the exhibition in the gallery with the events and performances at the Grand Theatre.

The Grand Theatre Mission Statement: Our enduring mission is to establish a multicultural and mixed-use center for performing arts, visual arts, film, and public forums while actively serving the diversity of citizens within local and regional communities. With attention to sound management, we endeavor to create and preserve a distinctive and vibrant environment in which audiences enjoy aesthetic, cultural and educational enrichment through a wide array of arts programs.

The Gallery: Some spatial parameters for video, installation and sculptural works must be considered and artists applying in those media are encouraged to visit the space and/or contact the Gallery for further details. Works in the Gallery are always visible through a glass wall when the Theatre building is open. The gallery is approx. 1000 sq. ft. with 75 linear feet of wall space, in addition to the 20 ft. outside of the glass wall. The glass wall is open during receptions for certain Theatre events/performances and during the opening receptions for art exhibitions. The Gallery commands a large viewing audience, with over 6,000 tickets sold for the first season, with increased ticket sales with every year. Each exhibition will be open for approximately two months.

Eligibility: All individual artists are encouraged to apply. The gallery committee may choose to exhibit your work in a solo exhibition or we may pair two artists, in consultation with the artists.

Submissions: Please follow these instructions or your submission will not be reviewed. All application materials must be received by Jan. 30 for the following programming year exhibition schedule.

Please submit a hardcopy of the following:

1. letter of intent, specify whether you would like to exhibit the work submitted or if you would be interested in creating new work for exhibition. If you are creating new work, please describe it in detail including how it will be funded.

2. one page artist statement

3. artist resume (5 page max.)

-also submit 10 images of a consistent body of work in JPEG format on a CD, approximately 4”x6” in either direction, 300dpi, RGB color mode with the following information typed in a word document included on the same CD:

1. Title of work, 2. Artist name, 3. Dimension, 4. Medium, 5. Date created, 6. Price/value for insurance. (The majority of the work on exhibition must be for sale)

-also include the $10.00 submission fee, check or money order made payable and sent with all application materials to:

Save the Grand, Inc. Gallery

210 Washington St.

Frankfort, KY 40601

Selection: The Grand Theatre Gallery Committee will review submissions once per year and select work for exhibition. The committee is comprised of professional artists from central Kentucky. You will receive an email notification if your work is selected for exhibition. Application materials will not be returned, unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. The Gallery Committee reserves the right to revoke exhibition of any work not represented accurately in application materials.

Sales: The sale of any works through the Grand Theatre Gallery will be completed at the end of the exhibition. The Gallery will retain 40% of any sales. All works will be insured for a maximum of $60,000. The artist will assume additional insurance if needed.

Questions: Please direct any questions to the Gallery Committee Chair, Jeremy Wooldridge at the following email address:

*IMPORTANT* Please include your name and your email address on every page of your application materials.

Thank you,

Grand Theatre Gallery Committee

210 Washington St.

Frankfort, KY 40601

University of Pennsylvania Photography Teaching Position

Assistant or Associate Professor in Fine Arts – Photography

The Department of Fine Arts in the School of Design seeks a full-time tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Photography beginning in the fall of 2011. The candidate must be able to teach all levels of photography including seminars and critique-based studios at the graduate and undergraduate level.

This position is a full-time, tenure-track or tenured position. The teaching load will require instruction in three graduate and two undergraduate courses annually, as well as participation in critiques with graduate and undergraduate students. The successful candidate will also contribute to the department’s direction and vision by participating in the development of the curriculum, the visiting artist program, and traveling programs and studios.

The candidate should be a practicing artist with an established reputation as a photographer. Candidates must have a Master of Fine Arts degree and experience in teaching seminar and studio classes. A minimum of three years of college level teaching is required.

The University of Pennsylvania

The University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1740 by Benjamin Franklin to create a place that would offer practical as well as classical instruction in order to prepare students for real-world pursuits—a tradition that persists today. Of Penn’s 24,600 students, half are graduate students. Penn’s 2,550 full-time faculty are associated with 12 schools located on a compact, walkable 280-acre campus in west Philadelphia, adjacent to Center City. In 2010, its researchers secured $1 billion in external support for its research in schools, centers and institutes.

School of Design

The School of Design is composed of the Department of Fine Arts and four other departments and programs (Architecture, City and Regional Planning, Historic Preservation and Landscape Architecture). The Department of Fine Arts offers a Master of Fine Arts; and participates in dual-degree and certificate programs with associated disciplines in the School. Graduate students in the Fine Arts Department work in one or a number of disciplines: photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture and combined media/new technologies.

Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, examples of applicant’s work (CD of images and/or DVD), samples of writing or other research if applicable, and support materials such as images of student work. Review of applications will begin February 1, 2011 and continue until the position is filled. The appointment will begin July 1, 2011 and the selected candidate will be expected to begin teaching in fall 2011.

The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer. Members of minority groups, women, Individuals with disabilities, and veterans are especially encouraged to apply.

Application, nominations, and inquiries should be sent to:

Fine Arts Photography Search Committee

c/o Jane Irish

Department of Fine Arts, PennDesign

205 S. 34th Street

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6312




Wassaic Project Artist Residency



2011 Season
Residency Dates: April 1 - October 31st, 2010, one to four month sessions
Deadline: Artists must submit their digital application by February 1st, 2010 11:59pm.

The Wassaic Project Residency Program has been created to cultivate and support community for emerging and professional contemporary artists. Housed in a historic re-purposed livestock auction barn, the Residency Program offers nine artists the opportunity to live and work in the heart of a rural community and offers two local artists studio space. The Wassaic Project seeks a group of artists working in a diverse range of media who want to produce, explore, challenge, and expand on their current art making practices, while participating in a grass roots, community-based arts organization.

Hamilton College Teaching Position Available

The Art Department at Hamilton College invites applications for a tenure track, Assistant Professor, Photographer/Digital Artist position beginning July 1, 2011. MFA or equivalent and a minimum of three years teaching experience at the college level required. Demonstrated interest in contributing to a contemporary interdisciplinary setting with an increasingly diverse student body is desirable. Responsibilities include: teaching five classes per academic year, participating in Senior Projects, maintaining studio facilities, managing budget for the photography areas, participating in department and college advising, and committee work. Ability to contribute to the Foundations Program and Junior Seminar is expected. An established exhibition record and high level of professional activity is expected, along with working knowledge of the historical and theoretical discourse surrounding photography and lens based digital media. Hamilton College offers competitive salary and benefits with generous research support.

All application materials must be submitted online to Professor Rebecca Murtaugh, Search Committee Chair. Only complete applications that adhere to the following formats will be considered. The following documents must be submitted in PDF format: cover letter, CV, artist’s statement, teaching philosophy, image inventory sheets (including title, year, dimensions, media), and a list of three references (including current contact information). All image files should be submitted as jpegs, no larger than 768 pixels x 1024 pixels. Submit 20 images of art work and 20 images of student work. All materials should be placed in a single folder (Last name, First name) and be zipped or compressed. The zipped file should be no more than 24MB in size and can be sent through email to Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2011. More detailed application instructions can be found at .

Hamilton College ( is a residential liberal arts college located in the Mohawk Valley of upstate New York; for applicants with dual-career considerations, Hamilton participates in the regional Higher Education Recruitment Consortium, which posts additional area employment opportunities at Dual career couples should be aware that Hamilton is located within easy commuting distance from Colgate University in Hamilton, NY and that Colgate is also planning to make faculty appointments in a number of departments. A list of Colgate’s openings can be found at .

Hamilton College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in all areas of the campus community. Hamilton provides domestic partner benefits. Candidates from underrepresented groups in higher education are especially encouraged to apply.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Savannah Magazine Winter Quarter Internship Opportunity

Savannah magazine has an opening for a photography intern for SCAD’s winter 2011 term.

Savannah magazine captivates and inspires the savvy reader with an engaging, authentic vision of the region’s elegant lifestyle. As the area’s only city magazine, Savannah delivers the witty inside scoop on the city’s creative leadership, natural beauty, fine architecture, soulful culture, rich history and bright future.

Summary of Internship:
Savannah magazine distinguishes itself by featuring a premier level of photography in all its platforms. We are currently seeking photography interns who are passionate about the magazine industry to assist our editorial and art departments in carrying out our mission. The internships will involve conceptual photography, event coverage and administrative work. Photography interns will be tasked with contributing to our Savannah Buzz, Style and Seen sections in addition to Interns will report to the Savannah magazine office for regular feedback, assignments and mentoring sessions. The unpaid internships are available to college students who are eligible to receive college credit for their service as an intern to Savannah magazine.

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
- must have strong knowledge of photography and possess a strong creative portfolio
- must exhibit command of Adobe Photoshop
- must be able to edit and upload photographs to our website
- must be comfortable working independently on out-of-office assignments
- must be extremely organized, have a strong work ethic and a personable and professional demeanor
- previous event coverage experience is a plus

Additional Information:
Applicants should send resumes, references, samples of work and cover letters to:

Thursday, December 2, 2010

MFA Teaching Job

The Department of Art and Design at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville announces an opening for an Assistant Professor in Photography. The successful candidate will teach 3 courses each semester, maintain an active creative and exhibition schedule and contribute service to the department, college and university. 
Required Qualifications   
Basic: Applicants must have an MFA in photography from an accredited institution and demonstrate excellence (three years experience) in college teaching. Minimum: Applicants should be able to teach all levels of digital photography, with great proficiency in Photoshop and related software, basic and intermediate levels of analog photography, and studio lighting.
Applicants must complete an online application at, as well as mail supplemental documents in order to be considered for this position. Applicants who do not apply online and/or mail all the required documents will not be considered for this position. Once you submit your completed application you will receive a confirmation number. Keep the confirmation number for your records. While the confirmation number guarantees that your online application has been successfully received, it does not mean that your application is complete. Your application is not complete until your mailed documents have been received.
You must mail the following materials:
1. A letter of interest in the position including teaching philosophy (1 page maximum) and artist's statement (1 page maximum)
2. A current C.V.
3. A copy of the transcript showing the M.F.A.
4. Copies or originals of three (3) signed letters of recommendation dated to within one calendar year.
You must also mail the following materials:
5. 20 examples of personal work
6. 20 examples of student work
All images should be in JPEG format within the following parameters: 1024x768 pixels at 72 dpi. All images should be loaded into Powerpoint or Keynote presentations. Materials cannot be returned. Mail documents and materials to:
Professor Alex Diaz, Search Chair
Position 313720
Department of Art and Design University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32224 

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