Wednesday, October 29, 2014

SPE Southeast Scholarships

Open Studio this Saturday

Support SCAD students at annual fine arts showcase

Peruse and purchase dazzling works of fine art by SCAD students at Open Studio Night. With a stellar array of painting, printmaking, photography and ceramics pieces featured, this annual event showcases some of the most extraordinary works from SCAD Savannah students. Enjoy live entertainment and hors d’oeuvres in a gallery setting as you support SCAD students and add to your art collection.

SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 6-8 P.M.
Alexander Hall | 668 Indian St.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

connect with top employers via SCAD HireWire

SCAD Museum of Art
SCAD HireWire
Friday, November 7
Savannah - SCAD Museum of Art - 11 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Online - 11 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

SCAD HireWire is a virtual event that will connect students in Savannah, Atlanta, Hong Kong and Lacoste, as well as alumni and eLearning students around the world, with top employers, including Google, IBM, Macy’s, SapientNitro and others. Students and alumni can participate in person in Savannah (RSVP required) or watch online from anywhere on SCAD Connect, accessed through the SCAD Job Portal.

Students are encouraged to visit the SCAD Job Portal for a list of participating employers, complete schedule and to RSVP. Email the office for career and alumni success with any questions.

First 100 students to register and attend a SCAD HireWire live streaming session at the SCAD Museum of Art will receive a free copy of 99U: Maximize Your Potential.

A drawing will be held for 10 online student/alumni attendees to win a copy of 99U: Maximize Your Potential. Please make sure to log in to SCAD Connect with your SCAD net ID and password (or first and last name and email for alumni) to qualify.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Call for Entry

Wellington B. Gray Gallery, Jenkins Fine Art Center
This is a really lovely gallery in Greenville, NC.
Mailed CD must be received by November 1, 2014
Juror BurkUzzle

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


                                                           © Haley Varacallo

Tu - Th    11am 1:30

Graduate Elective Winter 2015

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Instagram Contest for SCAD Savannah students

 Instagram Contest for SCAD Savannah students

    * To enter: Post a video to Instagram (15 seconds or less) on why you should be chosen to introduce Asa Butterfield at SAVFF2014 . Must include # SAVFFstar in the caption.
    * Deadline: Monday, 10/20, 12pm
    * Prize: Winner introduces Asa Butterfield (of Ender's Game and The Boy in the Striped Pajamas) on stage during opening night of the SAVFF , and will also have the opportunity to meet Asa before the introduction. Winner also receives 4 tickets to opening night.
    * Open to all current SCAD Savannah students
    * Winner must be available on the evening of 10/25, and for rehearsals next week ( TBD )

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Friday Lecture SCAD MOA

Artist Edgar Heap of Birds will be speaking at the SCAD MOA theater
Friday October 17, 2014 2-3:00PM

studio strobes for sale

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Target Presentation

***This is a reminder that Target's presentation is today. Hope you can make it!***

Target Presentation
October 14 at 5pm EDT in May Poetter Gallery (and online via SCAD Connect)

Target has a vision: to become the best - the best culture and brand, the best place for growth and the company with the best reputation. Take the first step in your career path with Target. Attend this presentation to explore summer internship opportunities at Target and to learn about the number of benefits you can receive just for being a team member.

Internships are available in the areas of apparel and accessory design, textile/graphic/surface design, home and hardlines, copywriting, graphic design, and user experience (web/mobile). Internships are open to juniors and seniors. Seniors must be graduating in fall 2015 or later to be eligible.

Can't be there in person? Watch live via SCAD Connect through MySCAD > student workspace, workspace, or alumni success tab > CAS Presentations channel.

Savannah Film Festival

The Docs to Watch


Merchants of Doubt -9AM
Documented - 11:30AM
Red Army - 2PM
Supermensch - 3:30PM(LUCAS)
Keep on Keepin On - 5:00PM

Saturday, 11/1 - SCAD MOA
11AM - Life Itself
2PM - Documentary Roundtable with THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

2. Thursday, 10/30
THE GIVER followed by Q&A with Executive Producer - Alison Owen - 11AM

3. SUNDAY, 10/26
2PM - THE NORMAL HEART - Trustees Theater followed by Q&A with Matt Bomer and Len Amato, Pres. of HBO FILMS
5PM - HUNTED - SCADMOA - followed by Q&A with Matt Bomer

You can find descriptions online at

Sonya Clark Lecture

Edgar Heap of Birds

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Silver Eye Fellowship DEADLINE

Deadline for submission: Monday, October 13th 2014
Juror: Allison Grant, Assistant Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago

For more information, click HERE.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Atlanta- SCAD and ACP

 Atlanta Celebrates Photography has amazing events about photography throughout the month of October. This weekend is the annual Portfolio Reviews and Walk. The Portfolio Walk Through event is open to the public. It is a terrific way to learn more about how these events are structured and to network with a broader community. 

Greer Muldowney SCAD M.F.A. alumna at the portfolio reviews 2012

Location : Dashboard Co-Op 
31-33 North Ave NW Atlanta GA (Map)
Time: Friday October 9th 

5pm to 10pm

Aint-Bad Exhibition Oglethorpe Row Gallery
Join Aint-Bad Magazine for The American South exhibition in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. We will be featuring work from over 75 artists, in addition to having magazines, prints, and books for sale. 
Food and drinks will also be provided so come out for a night of Southern celebration!

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. 

I spent a few wonderful days on our Atlanta campus last week. I really encourage students and faculty to take the opportunity to visit and enjoy the city experience and our sister campus.

I attended an artist reception for my exhibition at Gallery SEE and met with 50+ Atlanta campus students during the afternoon. The exhibition is up through October 16. 

I enjoyed a lecture by visiting artist Sam Nhlengethwa in conjunction with his exhibition at Gallery 1600, “Life, Jazz and Lots of other Things.”

Sam Nhlengethwa spent two days working with the Atlanta print making department collaborating with students and faculty to produce a beautiful series of prints.


Photography students have a wonderful relationship with the printmaking department often choosing to earn an printmaking minor, to double major in printmaking spending a year on the Atlanta campus. or continuing their education and applying to the MFA in printmaking and earning a graduate degree moving from Savannah to Atlanta. Below are some pictures of the Atlanta printmaking department. For more information please contact the chair of printmaking Robert Brown,

Printmaking facilities SCAD Atlanta
Senior photography major, Tim Hutto, from Savannah has his fabulous photographs on display facing Peachtree Street NW on the front of the SCAD Atlanta building. 

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Job Opportunity, Photograph cars!

Car Crue, a Dallas based car photography company, is currently looking to train and staff two photographers at a few car dealerships in the Savannah and Hilton Head areas.

Josh Harris
Business Manager 
Car Crue

Sell your work!

The Landings Artisan Market: Seeking Talented SCAD Students and Alumni

The Landings Landlovers' organization is holding its annual Artisan Market and Gourmet Pantry on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at The Landings on Skidaway Island. 

Landings Landlovers’ is seeking SCAD students and alumni to participate in this event.  Their market focuses on the sale of original artwork and hand-created items.

In order to participate you must reserve your table by midnight on Friday, October 10th deadline by completing the form on the SCAD Job Portal.
For more information visit the SCAD Job Portal and enter 3162768 to see the posting. 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Recent Job/Internship Postings from CAS

CONTRACT PHOTOGRAPHER . Pierce-Eislen, Lansing, MI . Contract position, 2-3 week duration. Travel around Lansing, MI to take exterior property photos of apartment complexes, upload via FTP connection. Req digital camera, high speed internet, reliable transportation. $12.50/property.

E-COMMERCE PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHER . Mint Baby and Kids, Houston, TX . Produce high quality fashion product images for e-commerce site, product superior photos in timely manner, ensure sellable, accurate product images by observing product details, upload pictures to website. Req excel technical photographic skills, eye for detail, know photography lighting techniques, strong photo editing, orgz, time mgmt, Photoshop skills, exp in retail or catalog photography.

PHOTO RETOUCHER . The RealReal, San Francisco, CA . FT, Tues - Sat . Process, edit, prepare all imagery shots for web, edit up to 1300+ images/day. Req know Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge, ability to edit in MAC environment w/ Wacom Tablet, pref 1 yr retouching exp, photography studio exp. $14-$15/hour.

PHOTOGRAPHER . Tate Publishing, LLC, Oklahoma City, OK . FT, in-house position. Work w/ artists to photograph bands, solo artists. Req exp in portrait photography, 2 yrs exp in rel creative field, excel client service, creative skills, know Photoshop, natural light, indoor studio photography.

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PHOTOGRAPHY/DIGITAL ARTS INSTRUCTOR . Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, MI . 01/19/15 - 05/31/15 . Provide average of 3 hours/day of college level studio instruction in black/white film photography, digital arts to HS art students, supervise darkroom, lighting studio, digital lab, monitor visual arts studios, dept service, assist w/ specialized Wednesday programming, assist w/ prep of exhibits. Req MA/MFA 2D studio art area, strong background in teaching darkroom photography, digital media, expertise in multiple darkroom processes, know 35mm, medium, large format cameras, know Adobe Creative Suite, studio art practice, contemp art issues, theory, exp using technology in classroom, pref know web design.

Added 9/20/14
ARCHIVIST . Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, MI . Identify, preserve, make available records, papers, sound recordings, film, photographs, other artifacts created or received by center, its employees, assist patrons in finding info, select, process, orgz, maintain preserve archives collection, manage online archives repository which includes scanning, cataloging, display of materials, create, provide finding aids according to natl standards, coordinate archives efforts across campus. Req MSL/equiv or MA/MS w/ archival concentration, 2 yrs professional exp in archives, exp w/ nationally-accepted standards, tools for archival processing, exp implementing best practices, principles, current trends of accepted conservation, preservation methods, exp w/ creating access tools to archival collections, strong orgz, interpersonal communication skills, pref grant writing exp, BA/BS music/arts-rel field.

INTERNSHIP . Aperture Foundation, New York, NY . 6-12 month positions avail in communications, sales, finance, library/digital archive. Work w/ staff, attend lunchtime seminars, visit major museum collections, auction houses, gain exp in worlds of art, publishing, photography. Req ability to contribute to program, pref exp/interest in photography, publishing, visual arts, fields rel to specific dept. $300/month meal stipend; no housing provided. App ddl 10/15/14 for Jan-June term.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Photographer's Forum Photo Contest

sponsored by NIKON
  • Winners will be inducted into Nikon's Emerging Photographers Hall of Fame
  • All Winners, Honorable Mentions and Finalists published in the book
    Best of College & High School Photography 2015
[ Click Here to Enter Your Images ]

EARLY Entry Deadline:
October 14, 2014

($4.95 per photo)
FINAL Entry Deadline:
November 18, 2014

($5.95 per photo)
FIRST PLACE :: COLLEGE :: $2,000 cash grant
PLUS Nikon D7100 camera and lens system

SECOND PLACE :: COLLEGE :: $1,000 cash grant

THIRD PLACE :: COLLEGE :: $500 cash grant

5 FOURTH PLACE AWARDS :: COLLEGE :: Five $100 grants

All Honorable Mentions will be listed in the May 2015 issue of Photographer’s Forum magazine and will receive a certificate of outstanding merit.

The top 16 winning photos will be published in the May 2015 issue of Photographer's Forum and entered into Nikon's Emerging Photographers Hall of Fame. All contest finalists, top 8% of all entries, will be published in the hardcover book Best of College & High School Photography 2015.
  • Early entry fee is $4.95 per photo entered.
    (uploaded or postmarked on or before October 14, 2014)
  • Final entry fee is $5.95 per photo entered.
    (all entries must be uploaded or postmarked on or before November 18, 2014)
  • Rights remain with photographer.
  • Subject matter is open.

Internship at a local nonprofit organization called Deep (

Attention Photography Students!
Internship at a local nonprofit organization called Deep (
This internship serves as an especially great portfolio-building opportunity for portrait photographers. In January, the photos will be published in book alongside original poems and stories written by public middle school students in Savannah. We are taking applications now.
Here is a little bit more about the internship:
Each of Deep's photographers (2-3 per semester) produces portraits of 40-50 students, for publication in the student anthologies. Between October 6th and November 31st, photographers will visit workshops at public schools, between the hours of 2 and 5pm, to shoot photos of participating students. Must provide own transportation, photography and editing equipment. Video skills a plus.
Photography will also be featured in marketing tools and on the organization's website, at
Here is a little more about Deep: Deep is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that runs creative writing workshop for about 250 public middle school students every semester, and at the end, we publish their best work. We collaborate with local artists (illustrators, designers, photographers) to produce a beautiful, professional books of the student's work and portraits.
How to apply
Email your resume/bio with a link to your digital portfolio to

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