Monday, September 29, 2014

Classroom visit with George Tice

George Tice presents his book “Urban Landscape” in the Graduate Critique Seminar class.

Geore Tice, Brian Wallis and Lisa Robinson Visit

George Tice, image on screen from the book, "Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage"

A panel discussion at SCAD MOA moderated by deputy director and chief curator at the International Center for Photography, Brian Wallis reflecting on “Regional Photography” and the work of Jack Leigh.

Guest panel participants acclaimed photographers George Tice, a teacher to Jack Leigh at one time, and Lisa Robinson (M.F.A., photography, 1999) one Jack Leigh’s young students.

Left to right, Lisa Robinson, Brian Wallis and George Tice presenting his work.

GDX Workshops this Week

GDX Workshops are being offered this Friday and Saturday, October 3rd & 4th which are open to all students, faculty, and staff.  

The Friday session is for Graduate Students and Faculty while the Saturday sessions are intended primarily for Undergraduate students. 

Flyers are attached.

The first session will be with Brian Burrell of Respawn Entertainment dealing with building a job-winning portfolio for the games industry.  This workshop will be from 9 am until 12:30 pm both days while the second workshop will be with Rex Dickson from EA sports from 2 pm until 5 pm.  Rex is the creative director of gameplay for the MADDEN football franchise and his workshop will be focused on designing engaging sport gameplay (fitting during this early part of the football season.

The workshops will be broadcast on SCADConnect/GDX as well as being recorded for later viewing.  

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Long live film...

Most of you have developed film in the lab... but take ADV B&W and learn how to make your own developer!

Friday, September 26, 2014

Friday, Septmber 26 5-9

Aint-Bad Magazine Issue 8 Launch Party 5-9, Oglethorpe Row Gallery, 406 East Oglethorpe Ave.

Join us Friday, September 26th in celebrating the launch of Issue No. 8 at Oglethorpe Gallery in Savannah, Ga, where we will be featuring work from over 75 different artists! Select prints, copies of the newest issue, and all back issues will be for sale. Food and drinks will also be provided, so come out rain or shine for a night that Aint-Bad!

This summer, the work featured in The American South has become a traveling exhibition, as Aint-Bad expands their reach throughout the Southeast to hone in on this region of the country.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

SCAD MOA Thursday evening event


SCAD Museum of Art, Thursday, September 25, 5pm
Featuring the acclaimed photographers George Tice and Lisa M. Robinson (M.F.A. photography, 1999) and moderated by Brian Wallis, deputy director and chief curator at the International Center of Photography, New York.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014



SCAD Art Sale features work from SCAD's community of artists
Sept. 25, noon-7:30, Poetter Hall

Looking for some new artwork to showcase in your home or to make your residence hall room feel more inviting? Take advantage of significant discounts on photographs, paintings and works on paper during the SCAD Art Sale, featuring work from SCAD's community of artists.

Cash, check and credit cards accepted. Cash and carry; all sales are final.

Free and open to the public.

Reception: Thursday, Sept, 25, 6-7:30 p.m. as part of the SCAD Savannah gallery hop

Aint-Bad Magazine

Aint-Bad Magazine
Launch Party for Issue No. 8 at the Oglethorpe Gallery this Friday from 5-9 (details below)

Fall Events
Join us Friday, September 26th in celebrating the launch of Issue No. 8 at Oglethorpe Gallery in Savannah, Ga, where we will be featuring work from over 75 different artists! Select prints, copies of the newest issue, and all back issues will be for sale. Food and drinks will also be provided, so come out rain or shine for a night that Aint-Bad!


This summer, the work featured in The American South has become a traveling exhibition, as Aint-Bad expands their reach throughout the Southeast to hone in on this region of the country. In June, a selection of submissions from our Issue No. 8 call for entry were exhibited at the 9/50 Southeast Arts Presenter's Summit at the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center. Aint-Bad will host a premiere large scale exhibition at the following locations this Fall.

Morris Museum in Augusta, Ga
September 17th to October 26th.
**Lecture on Friday October 2nd.**

Dashboard Co-Op
October 9th to the end of the year!
In conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Monday, September 22, 2014

Extended Deadline

Ultimate Music Moment has been extended to October 8.

Enter for the chance to win up to $1,500, a full-page profile in PDN and more!

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Pentax 67II Medium Format 6x7 Film Based camera system and spotmeter for sale

For Sale

Pentax 67II Medium Format 6x7 Film Based camera system.
The entire kit includes:
67 II body
AE Pentaprisim for the 67 II
45mm 1.4 lens
135 4.0 macro lens
105 2.4 lens
Handle with hot shoe and synch cord
Extension tube set for macro work

Everything is in excellent condition and fully operational.
$1,400 for everything. Spotmeter $200

If interested, email Mike, at

Friday, September 19, 2014

Large Format Technique First Week of Class

Fun with big cameras this week in the PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT at SCAD...

Field Trip to learn camera basics at SCAD MOA courtyard.

Professor Rebecca Nolan demonstrating depth of field control with the aperture

Professor Tom Fischer's Class in Bergen Hall learning to load film.

Call To Artists

Call to Artists: the Ryan R Gibbs Award for Photography 
New Delta Review is now accepting submissions for the second annual Ryan R. Gibbs Award for Photography. For this contest, New Delta Review seeks a series of 10 photographs that will serve as the online cover pages for our journal’s winter issue. Together, the photographs should tell a story, or be centered on a unified theme of the artist’s choosing. This contest goes hand-in-hand with our short fiction contest, which seeks a full narrative in 1500 words or less.
Learn about our journal here, and experience the stunning winning series of last year’s contest here.
Judge: Jesse Morgan Barnett

Prize: $500 and publication in the Winter 2014 Issue of New Delta Review

Deadline: October 15, 2014; Winners will be announced by November 18, 2014.

Entry Fee: $10
About the judge: Jesse Morgan Barnett is a Dallas based artist who received his M.F.A. from the University of Texas at Arlington.  His work has been exhibited in the United States, Europe, and Asia, and featured in publications such as Adbusters, Flash Forward, and Semigloss.  Barnett co-founded the Dallas Biennial and is a member of the collaborative group Dick Higgins.  His work attempts to revalue wandering, anniversaries, boredom and mourning.  To learn more, visit his website.
Additional Submission Guidelines

*All entries must be previously unpublished and original work of the entrant.

*Send only high quality med-res JPG files (no larger than 4MB).

*Send a series of 10 photographs.

*All work must be submitted through our electronic system. Find the link here: Submit to NDR: New Delta Review

*Submissions will first be reviewed by our Art Director, and finalists will be passed on for judging.

*Family, friends, and previous students of the judge are ineligible for participation in the contest. In addition, students currently enrolled at Louisiana State University and faculty members at Louisiana State University are ineligible for participation in this contest.

About the contest: This award is in honor of Ryan R. Gibbs (1981-2012), a gifted editor for New Delta Review, an incredible writer of fiction and screenplays, a talented photographer, and, above all, a dear friend. New Delta Review is honored to host this annual award in his honor, made possible by a generous endowment from his parents.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Jazz at the Museum


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Workshop Teaching Opportunity for Grad Student or Senior

Unpaid (I think) workshop teaching opportunity. Possibly a good resume addition. Workshop would be in Savannah on October 24th. Presentation on digital camera tips, Photoshop, Lightroom, etc. to The United Methodist Church Association of Communicators. They will be in Savannah for their annual meeting. Email Jenny, for the organizer's email address.

Great Lecture

Lecture:  Got Game?!  Why PLAY is needed and necessary to maximize your creative genius.
Date:  Thursday, September 18
Time:  6 p.m.

Location: Arnold Hall auditorium

Lecture by Kevin Carroll, an author and speaker who has helped turn creative ideas into reality for organizations such as Nike, Starbucks, Walt Disney, Target, Proctor & Gamble, Mattel and the NBA.  Kevin has dedicated his life to advancing sports and play as a vehicle for social change and success.  In 2013, he was named by SUCCESS magazine as one of 19 "Seers-Changing the World!"

Monday, September 15, 2014

Call for Entry

One Month Until the Deadline! Make your Submission Today!

Call for Entries: Fellowship 15 International Photography Competition
Submissions Accepted through Monday, October 13, 2014

JUROR: Allison Grant, Assistant Curator
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL

Silver Eye Center for Photography continues its Call for Entries for Fellowship 15, our international photography competition. Now in its 15th year, this competition recognizes both rising talent and established photographers from all corners of the globe and from the state of Pennsylvania.

This year's juror is Allison Grant, Assistant Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL.

Deadline for submissions via Silver Eye's website ( is Monday, October 13, 2014, 11:59:59 pm EST.

One (1) International Award Winner receives a solo exhibition at Silver Eye opening late-January 2015; $3,000 cash prize; an online gallery on Silver Eye's website (with link to artist website); and media outreach and promotion.
One (1) Keystone Award Winner, reserved for a Pennsylvania artist, receives a spotlight exhibition in late-January 2015; $1,000 cash prize; an online gallery on Silver Eye's website (with link to artist website); and media outreach and promotion.
Five (5) Juror's Commendation Winners will be named on Silver Eye's website and press releases.

Allison Grant is a curator, artist, writer, and teacher based in Chicago, IL. Since 2008, she has worked at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, where she is an assistant curator. Grant holds an MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago and a BFA from the Columbus College of Art and Design in Media Studies. She currently teaches as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Photography and Art & Design departments at Columbia College Chicago. 

$10 for current Silver Eye members at the $50 level and above, with membership valid through October 31, 2014
$60 for submission + membership at the $50 level (save $5!)
$65 for non-Silver Eye members

Deadline for Submissions: Monday, October 13, 2014, 11:59:59 pm EST
Please visit our website for the complete call for entries, exhibition guidelines, rules and regulations, and more.

If you have any other questions, please email Juliana Zipay at

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

SLIDELUCK call for entries

On Thursday, November 13th, Slideluck is coming back to Savannah for another night of food, fun, music and art! We’re looking for creative and thought-provoking submissions from local photographers and artists. Pairing artwork with homemade treats, Slideluck is a New York City-based, non-profit arts organization that provides an opportunity for artists and arts-appreciators to come together for an unforgettable community event.
Submit your work today! The deadline is October 24th, 2014, and the show's theme is open! Please see our guidelines for further information or contact us with direct inquiries at
The group juried slideshow will consist of 20-25 artists, with each piece featuring up to five minutes of original work. Every slideshow is set to music or an audio recording that the artist has selected. Past Slideluck contributors include: Chuck Close, Shepard Fairey, Elliott Erwitt, Inez and Vinoodh, JR, Spencer Tunick, Edward Burtynsky, Alex Prager, Gregory Crewdson, Lauren Greenfield, Nadav Kander and many others.
We look forward to seeing your work! Please help us spread the word!
Thursday | November 13 | 2014
American Legion Post 135 | 1108 Bull St | Savannah | GA

Thursday, September 4, 2014


Review Registration Opens Sept 4th

There’s a great lineup of reviewers joining us for the PhotoNOLA Portfolio Review, which will take place on Dec 5 & 6, 2014.
Review registration will open on Thursday, September 4th at 10am Central Standard Time. Limited to 70 photographers, it will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Don’t miss out!


You're invited to enter this international call to discover the best visual storytellers today — from all corners of the world!

We believe photographs tell stories that can reach the broadest audiences — across all cultures, languages, political borders and age groups. There are no limits for these Awards — we are wide open to all themes and approaches. Show us your story!
Every day selected entrants are chosen by LensCulture's editors for publication and recognition. We post these photos to our Competition Gallery and social media channels, reaching a global audience of over 700,000. Our system now allows you to edit your entry up to the deadline, so there no reason not to ENTER TODAY for a chance at early recognition before the final judging even begins! 
Don't Wait to Enter!   Deadline Oct 19, 2014
About the Competition
We invite entries in five categories of storytelling. Five Grand Prize Winners (one for each category) and 20 Finalists will be selected. Our Editors have selected several outstanding projects representative of each of the categories. Visit our site to see all the Projects » 


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