Saturday, June 25, 2011
Launching July 1st, *South by Southeast* is a new online monthly and
in-print quarterly magazine that will bring you anything and everything
about photography in and of the Southeast. From galleries of work by our
established masters to interesting series by new emerging artists—you’ll be
covered. You will also see feature videos of the artists discussing their
work while bringing you into their studios, as well as beautiful imagery
they've created in motion.
Monthly columns include our favorite *Blogs and Books*; a forum called *Talk
* where you can do just that; the *Tech* column—authored by tech wizards;
gallery and museum reviews where you will know the who’s and where’s of what
makes southeastern photography so unique; a monthly in-depth Q and A with an
established photographer called "*20 Questions*," and a shorter but equally
compelling Q and A called "*5 Questions*" that address who, what, when,
where and why; a *Calendar of Events* so you can keep up with all the
openings, festivals and workshops in the region; and *Classifieds* where you
can find a ride to Fotofest or unload that old lens. Last but not least, *Last
Look* asks a different person each month to choose an iconic image of the
South and discuss what it means to her/him.
Along the way, we want to hear what you think. There is a comments section
with each article and the aforementioned *Talk* for photography discussions;
we will also offer submissions possibilities for subscribers.
In addition, we invite you to write to us with suggestions, ideas, tell us
what you’d like to see, etc. Our door is open, and we promise to listen.
*Issue One, launching July 1st, includes:*
* Images from *Shelby Lee Adams*'s new book* Salt and Truth, *released in
October by Candela Books.
* *20 Questions*—an interview with photographer *Jack Spencer* on his life
* *5 Questions*—an interview with *Marilyn Suriani*, along with images from
her documentary work *Urban Renewal*.
* *Anderson Scott*'s Civil War Re-enactors photography.
* *Brandon Schulman*'s landscape photography.
* J*oanna Knox*'s color photographs of the interiors of abandoned southern
* *Dave Anderson*'s video: *William Eggleston.*
* *LOOK3 Festival of the Photo*: reporting and images from this year’s
* Our featured museum: *Hampton University Museum*, located in Hampton,
Virginia and their exhibit, "*Corapeake: A Community on the Verge of Change*,"
photos and a documentary by *Kendall Messick*.
* In *Books*, Victoria Amador talks with Bill Boling about his new fine art
publishing venture *Fall Line Press*, and the influence of the South upon
his work. Plus two of *Rob McDonald'*s books, *Cy's Rollei* and *Poplar
* Video of *Larry Fink* discussing "*How Music Influences My Photography*."
Larry's images of jazz musicians in Memphis will appear in the Music Issue
in September 2011.
* *David Halliday*'s *Still Lifes*.
Favorite blogs culled from wonderful southeastern writers and
Plus!—*Talk*, where you can chat up someone on topics related to
photography; *Classifieds*, where you can unload that old lens; *Tech*,
where we will tell you about everything new and interesting; and finally, *Last
Look*, where you'll discover an iconic image and what it means to the
Monday, June 13, 2011
Award: The Southeast region of SPE would like to offer four grants of $1000 each an undergraduate student, a graduate student, an adjunct instructor, and a regional member that is not a student or adjunct instructor. Grant recipients are asked to give a short presentation about their grant proposal and planned use of the funds, (15 minutes), at the next SPESE regional conference in Myrtle Beach, October 28-30, 2011.
• All applicants must be current SPE members or become a member prior to the application due date.
• All student applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student in a 2 or 4-year undergraduate or graduate program within the Southeast SPE Region (2011-2012 year).
• All adjunct applicants must teach at a 2 or 4-year program within the southeast SPE Region.
Calendar: Deadline July 10, 5pm EST, 2011 Notification by July 21
Questions contact Rebecca Nolan firstname.lastname@example.org
For Prospectus please go to SPESE Blog
Sunday, June 12, 2011
University of South Carolina Upstate
Art Gallery and Box Office Manager
Minimum Salary $ 30,274, additional salary commensurate with education and experience
12 months , permanent, staff, full-time
University of South Carolina Upstate - Department of Fine Arts and Communication Studies
USC Upstate - Spartanburg, South Carolina • www.uscupstate.edu
Open until filled
Applicants ARE REQUIRED to apply online at: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1307877484193
The box Office and Gallery Manager will serve under the direct leadership of both the Gallery Director and Theatre Manager and will provide overall management of the daily operations necessary to maintain a viable Art Gallery and Theatre box office. All of the money facets are encompassed by but not limited to: fiscal oversight/management, accountability, assessment, record keeping, processing procurements, hiring, training and managing student assistants, promotions/publicity, programming, publications, electronic and digital media, maintenance, public relations, scheduling, grant writing, special events, installation of exhibits, disassembly. Other duties as assigned.
1. Overall daily management of box office, Art Gallery, telecommunications system, and general upkeep of facilities and furnishings.
2. Undertake all tasks associated with the complete programming schedule of all gallery, events, activities and exhibitions including, setting up display exhibits, dis-assembly, lighting, security, delivery, pick up and oversee special events to include receptions, guest lectures, workshops, etc.
3. Overall tasks related to initiating, printing, organizing, and distribution of tickets for all events.
4. Job tasks related to the collection, documentation, depositing and safeguarding of all revenue.
5. Job Tasks related to assembling, assessment, documenting and maintaining meticulous records of all events, activities, and programs to include a viable archive of all gallery exhibitions and theatre productions with supporting materials plus the upkeep and maintenance of all databases and mailing directories.
6. Job Tasks related to responsibility of hiring, training, scheduling and managing student workers (ushers, ticket agents).
7. Oversight and recording of Theatre laboratory.
8. Develop all forms of publicity and promotions including but not limited to: bulletin boards, marquee, brochures, signage, writing press releases, designing and executing print and promotional materials for publication, electronic media and digital distribution in accordance with university regulations.
9. Prepare and execute a variety of procurement documents, contracts, fee processing, hiring and payroll documents in accordance with state regulations.
10. Upkeep and maintenance of Upstate's permanent art collection, and outdoor monumental sculpture.
11. Manage and monitor all annual gallery and theatre schedule of events.
12. Develop and write grants in support of the Gallery.
A bachelor's degree in Art, Art History, Art Education, Theater or Arts Management preferred with 2 year's minimum relevant experience either in gallery, theatre, museum or curatorial activities. Must have excellent inter-personal and organizational skills, articulate, punctual, reliable, maintain meticulous records, meet deadlines. Manage all aspects of fiscal management, (cash, credit card, etc.) and have cash flow experience. Excellent Technology skills are required. The ability to assist the general public, faculty, staff and students plus the ability to work effectively and make decisions somewhat independently.
Monday, June 6, 2011
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Thursday, June 2, 2011
Photography Interns for
magazine 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. Savannah
Summary of Internship:
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 SavannahMagazine.com. 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. Savannah
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
Applicants should send resumes, references, lo-res samples of work and cover letters to:
Annabelle Carr, Managing Editor
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