Thursday, March 31, 2016

April 8, 2016 Deadline

Showcasing the Best in College Book Arts, Ceramics, and Photography
June 17–July 16, 2016
Entry Deadline: April 8, 2016 (Deadline Extended) 
The Genesee Center for the Arts and Education is seeking original ceramic work, photography, and prints from emerging artists currently enrolled in a college program and/or alumni within two years of graduation. Mixed media work must be predominantly ceramic, photographic, print, or book-art related. Jurors this year are: Laura Wilder, Peter Pincus, & Myra Greene. Over $900 in prize money. Best of Show awards will be given in each area and announced at the opening reception on Friday, June 17.
Step 1: Fill out Entry Form
  • Download Entry Form PDF
  • After filling out entry form, be sure to SAVE your PDF. Double check your entry form is complete after saving.
  • For full information and submission guidelines, please thoroughly read the College Collective prospectus located at the beginning of this PDF.
  • Entries not meeting submission guidelines will not be considered. Entry fee is non-refundable.
Step 2: Submit Digital Images & Entry Form PDF
Step 3: Pay Entry Fee
$30.00 for three images/entries, each additional image/entry is $5.00 (send detail images only when necessary).

SlowExposures' 2016 Call for Entries is now open

SlowExposures' 2016 Call for Entries is now open. 
Take the first step by entering your images and then enjoy the experience of becoming a part of "us" at SlowExposures four Slow Days, September 15 - 18, 2016. 
 Please see our Call for Entries page for further information and to access the application.

   Our 14th Annual Show Celebrating the Rural South
Cotton Patch © Joe Hoyle, People's Choice Award 2015

Jurors: David Carol and Eliot Dudik

Deadline for Submission: Midnight, Sunday, June 19, 2016

Show Dates: September 15 - 18, 2016

First Place (Paul Conlan Award): $500 and a solo show

during SlowExposures 2017

Second Place:  $300

Third Place:  $200

The Fine Print

Theme:  The Rural South
Successful images will reference the unique "sense of place" of the contemporary rural American South
You may enter up to six images for a non-refundable fee of $50.
Before completing the Entry form, be sure that you:

1. Read and agree to all entry terms and requirements.
2. Format your photo files to meet the size requirements specified below.
3. Re-name your photo files to conform to the naming requirements specified below.
4. Have your credit card or PayPal account information ready.

Eligible Photographs
Entered photographs must be original works, taken by you.  Photographs may be color or black and white using traditional film and/or digital elements.

Photo File Size and Format
It is REQUIRED that your photo files meet the following specifications and naming format. Photo files not meeting these requirements may be ineligible for entry.
1. Save image as a .jpg using the highest quality that keeps the file size under 2 MB.
2. Image must be sized to 1280 pixels long on the longest side.
3. Image resolution is 72 pixels per inch.

Photo Titles
Please omit your name in the title in order to observe our blind entry process.  Please make all efforts to give each image a unique name instead of generic titles such as "Image 1"; "Untitled 1"; etc.  It helps us immensely when we are creating the jurors list!   Titles are limited in length to 55 characters or less.

Complete the Entry Form


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

LOOK3 Festival

LOOK3 will once again bring an amazing line-up of international artists to the stage of the Historic Paramount Theater in Downtown Charlottesville. Don’t miss presentations and exhibitions by the following photographers June 15–18:

During the meet and greet this Friday, learn about the expanded continuing education programming which will occur at the beginning of the festival week 2016. LOOK3’s Educational initiatives will open Festival week on June 13th at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center with programming designed to aid working professionals, serious amateurs and college faculty in their awareness of contemporary technology and industry business practices.

Early Bird Prices Until April 14th.

Biggin Gallery's 2016 Juried Fine Art Student Exhibition

The 2016 Fine Art Student Juried Exhibition
And the Joyce and Roger Lethander Awards in Art
March 28 – April 8, 2016
Juror’s presentation and opening reception: Monday, March 28, 5:00 p.m., Biggin 005
The Department of Art & Art History in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University is pleased to announce Biggin Gallery's 2016 Juried Fine Art Student Exhibition. The exhibition includes selected works by current art students, which are eligible for numerous awards, including the Joyce & Roger Lethander Purchase Award and Merit Awards in Art, the Dean’s Choice Purchase Award, Art Department Merit Awards, and the James E. Furr Award for Excellence in Innovation.​ There will be a presentation of awards and an opening reception on Monday, March 28 at 5:00 pm in Biggin Hall. The presentation features the Dr. Joseph Aistrup, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, and our distinguished visiting juror Jamillah James, Assistant Curator at the Hammer Museum​ in Los Angeles, CA. The event is free and open to the public.
Please contact Jessye McDowell for more information

Graphis Design Annual


Southern Discomfort 2016 Art Inspired by Flannery O'Connor

Non-Fiction Gallery is pleased to invite you to:
Southern Discomfort 2016
Art Inspired by Flannery O'Connor

The Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home and Art Rise Savannah are pleased to present "Southern Discomfort 2016: Art Inspired by Flannery O'Connor" on Friday, April 1 from 6-9 p.m. at Non-Fiction Gallery, located at 1522 Bull St. 
Part of Savannah's monthly Art March, this group exhibition will include a reception and silent auction, featuring original art by more than 20 local artists. The event is free and open to the public.
"Southern Discomfort" showcases art inspired by Savannah native and National Book Award winner Flannery O'Connor, one of the South's greatest authors. Proceeds from the show will benefit local artists as well as programming and outreach initiatives at the Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home, a literary treasure nestled in the heart of Savannah's Landmark National Historic District. This event will take place in conjunction with Art Rise Savannah's 50th Art March and the Better Block Savannah program.

More than 20 of Savannah's top artists will participate in "Southern Discomfort 2016" including Marcus Kenney, Katherine Sandoz, Christine Sajecki, Mary Hartman, Carmela Aliffi, Alexandro Santana, Mary Lawrence Kennickell and Panhandle Slim. A wide range of media will be on display, from oil paintings and hand-made drawings to experimental photography and mixed media work.

Each of the participating artists was given a copy of The Complete Stories of Flannery O'Connor to serve as a source of creative inspiration. There were no restrictions on the size, theme or materials of the work submitted, allowing the artists to offer original, unedited perspectives on Flannery O'Connor.
For additional information about the "Southern Discomfort 2016" exhibit, please call 912.233.6014 or visit online.

For more information, please contact Non-Fiction Gallery at
or visit

We'll see you at the gallery!

All exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Questions or inquiries into exhibiting your work? 
Non-Fiction Gallery, a program of Art Rise Savannah
1522 Bull St.
Savannah, GA 31401 •

Monday, March 28, 2016

New York Center for Photographic Art Call for Entry

DEADLINE: June 19, 2016 (Midnight Pacific Time)

The New York Center for Photographic Arts (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, etc.). Winners will receive $3,000 in cash awards, be featured in a New York Gallery Exhibition, on the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in theTREES 2016 catalog. The Grand Prize winning image will be posted on the NYC4PA home page.

We are very excited that Winners and Juror’s Selections will have the opportunity to participate in a gallery show,OCTOBER 4-16, 2016 at the JADITE GALLERY in the exciting Hell’s Kitchen area in Manhattan.

For more information go to!trees-2016/ji9b4

CALL FOR ENTRY: The Figure in the Landscape with curator Emma Powell. Deadline to enter April 15, 2016

"Orifice" by Shawn Saumell / First place winner - Secrets & Mysteries 

Exciting new feature from L.A. Photo Curator!
Over the past year, the quality of the work submitted for our photography competitions has been so outstanding that it seems only right that they ALL should be seen! All the curators have expressed how hard it was to choose just one first place winner. Hopefully this will help.

Starting today, March 26, 2016, ALL entrants work will be exhibited online in a group on-line exhibition. In keeping with our mission of creating exposure opportunities and PR, we are proud to offer this feature. In addition to your work being seen, there will also be a short artist statement and bio about you plus a link back to your website. We hope this creates a vehicle that can take your work further and be seen by more people.

The curator will still choose one first place winner, one second place winner and three honorable mentions. The first place winner will receive a review by one or more curators including a Q&A about the photographer's work. In addition, their image will be on our home page for a month. Second place and honorable mentions will have their image shown along with thir bio, artist statement, C.V. and a link back to their website.

Current call for entry:
The Figure in the Landscape
The relationship between a figure and its landscape context can be powerful. Landscapes are often presented as pristine places, without human presence.  However, figures within landscapes can play dynamic roles as scale elements, protagonists in a narrative, or mysterious presences. Sometimes figures can ask more questions about a place than they can answer. For this exhibition we seek photographs that extend beyond documentation of place to bring a human element into the natural or urban landscape.

L.A. Photo Curator is proud to have Emma Powell as this month's curator!

Curator: Emma Powell received her MFA in Photography from the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York and is currently an assistant Professor of Art, with a focus in photography at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Powell brings a varied and full background to L.A. Photo Curator, which includes awards, residencies and fellowships. Her latest achievements include first place for a portfolio in the Creative Storytelling Competition held by the Maine Media Workshops juried by Aline Smithson and winning a Mrachek Fellowship award.

In addition Powell was previously a finalist in the prestigious Julia Margaret Cameron Awards/Fine Art Portfolio category two years in a row. Powell’s work is held in the public collections of The Museum of Fine Arts/Houston, George Eastman House Study Center, Seities Museum Collection/Calgary, Alberta and the Wallace Library Art Collection/Rochester Institute of Technology.

Powell has been published in Lenscratch, Lensculture, Adore Noir, Artsy, Seities Magazine, SHOTS Magazine and many, many more publications. Artsy gave this review of Powell’s work “The psychological intensity of [Powell’s] landscape is reminiscent of work by early 20th-century Surrealists like Leonora Carrington and Giorgio de Chirico.” Artsy editorial, review of Other Worlds at Lionheart Gallery, September 12, 2014.

For more info about Emma Powell go

For more info about the competition go to

No Fee Slide Show Contest

Deadline, Wednesday, March 30th

Send us your slide shows!

You can send as many as you like. Please try to be sure they are sent in Mac readable format. The slide shows you send will be used by us as a guide – also distributed to our judges, so the slideshow needn’t be perfect nor large – not more than 30 megs please. We accept Quicktime movies, Power Point and Keynote presentations. Slide shows should not be longer than three minutes in duration and should have music. If you don’t include music, we’ll try to marry the work with compatible music at our end. All images should be sized to 2000 pixels on the long dimension. We request you send us a brief text about your submission. Thank you.Be sure to include your name, address, email address and telephone number with your submission. There is no entry fee required.
We’ll email you to let you know we’ve received them. OUR ADDRESS for sending us files by either of these methods is contest (at) (please substitute @ for the word “at”). PLEASE REMEMBER: The title of the slide show should be your name, first, followed by the title of the show if required.
Mailed entries should be addressed to Palm Springs Photo Festival, Post Office Box 69405, Los Angeles, California 90069. Work sent by mail and not selected for our program will be returned after May 15, 2014, provided a self-addressed, stamped envelope is included in the submission. All other materials including digital submissions will be destroyed.
The Palm Springs Photo Festival reserves the right to use portions of any slide show selected as a finalist or grand prize winner in the promotion of the Palm Springs Photo Festival Slide Show Contest and by sending us your show, you agree to grant us a non-exclusive sublicense for such use only. Credit and copyright notice will accompany all uses and photographer will be notified of such use. The Palm Springs Photo Festival cannot be held responsible for loss or damage of any submissions. You retain 100% of your copyright to the material.
Winner must live in the United States to receive free shipping of sponsor gifts.

Call for Environmental Photographer of the Year


Open to all professional and amateur, national and international photographers of all ages, the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year is an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography and film. The competition encourages entries that are contemporary, creative, resonant, challenging, original and beautiful, but most of all, pictures that will inspire people around the world to start taking care of our environment.


The works will be displayed at the Royal Geographical Society in London in June 2016, followed by a tour to forest venues nationally, supported by Forestry Commission England.
Prizes for 2016 include:
  • Environmental Photographer of the Year: £3000
  • Young Environmental Photographer of the Year (Under 25): £1000
  • Environmental Film of the Year: £500
  • Atkins Built Environment Prize: Photographer in residence for 12 month opportunity capturing Atkins major projects
  • CIWEM Changing Climate Prize: £500, plus showcase of portfolio in one issue of The Environment Magazine
  • Forestry Commission England People, Nature and Economy Prize: £1000, plus showcase of portfolio in one of England’s Public Forests
The Prize Winners will be announced during a preview of the London exhibition.

For more information:

Call for Entries

Call for submissions for "old." Entries due by March 31, 2016

Ann M. Jastrab will be the juror for “old”. Ann is currently the gallery director at RayKo Photo Center located in the SOMA arts district in San Francisco near SFMOMA and the Yerba Buena Arts Center. RayKo is a comprehensive photographic facility with rental darkrooms, digital labs, studio and galleries that has been serving the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years. RayKo Gallery serves to advance public appreciation of photography and create opportunities for regional, national and international artists to create and present their work. RayKo Gallery offers over 1600 square feet of exhibition space and presents eight to ten exhibitions yearly with many nationally and internationally recognized artists; there is also a section of the gallery called The Marketplace that is reserved for Bay Area artists which displays a wide variety of photographic work. RayKo also has a thriving artist-in-residence program. Besides being a curator, Ann Jastrab, MFA, is a fine art photographer, master printer, and teacher as well. Ann has curated many exhibitions for RayKo as well as juried exhibitions for the San Francisco Arts Commission, the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Artspan, SFAI, the Center for Fine Art Photography, and other national and international venues outside of San Francisco. She has reviewed portfolios at the Seoul International Photography Festival in Korea, Fotofest, Photolucida, GuatePhoto, Review Santa Fe, Review LA, PhotoAlliance (Our World), SPE, Medium, Palm Springs Photo Festival, Filter, Lishui International Photography Festival in China, and Click646 as well as being a juror for Critical Mass. She has also been teaching courses at the Maine Media Workshops (formerly the Maine Photographic Workshops) in Rockport, Maine since 1994.

Guidelines: Digital images should 1000 pixels on the longest side saved in JPEG format at 72 ppi. Each image should be labeled with consecutive numbers followed by your name, i.e. 1FirstName_LastName.jpg. The number should correspond with the number on the application form.

Email: Email image files and submission form to The gallery will send an email confirmation upon receiving the entry and payment.

Mail: CD’s and submission form should be mailed to:

A Smith Gallery
P O Box 175
103 N Nugent #175
Johnson City, TX 78636

The gallery will send an email confirmation upon receiving the entry and payment.

Entry Fee: $30 for the first 5 images, $6 per each additional image.

The competition is open to all photographers both professional and amateur working in all photographic mediums and styles. International entries are welcomed. Work that has been previously exhibited in an A Smith Gallery competition is not eligible.

The gallery offers printing, matting and framing services. If sending framed work, please use mats and frames that compliment your work and are appropriate in a gallery setting. Colored mats are discouraged. All images should be ready to hang with wires. Gallery wraps are acceptable. If you have any questions regarding appropriate presentation please contact

The awards are as follows:

Jurors Award – $325.00
Directors Award – $250.00 and an exhibition catalogue
Five Honorable Mentions – an exhibition catalogue
Visitors Award – $100.00

The gallery will retain 40% of the sales price.
Photographers retain full rights to their own images. The gallery will use the photographer’s images for publicity purposes as well as in the Blurb exhibition catalogue.


Friday, March 25, 2016

New Section of Photography Seminar I, II, Senior Project and Personal Vision

A new section of PHOT 219 Photography Seminar I, PHOT 319 Photography Seminar II, PHOT 475 Photography Senior Project and PHOT 402 Personal Vision have been added to spring schedule Monday Wednesday 307 with Professor Mr. Zig

Registration right away!

Friday, March 18, 2016

Kickstarter: Support the catalogues at The Art Gym, and see the latest one online

The Art Gym catalogues continue to be one of the greatest historical records of contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest, contributing to the discourse on contemporary art and representing the region. This creates a body of knowledge that can be accessed by scholars, students, and the public. In addition to producing printed catalogs for each exhibition and project, our website includes free downloads of all publications. The Art Gym is committed to making knowledge accessible and connecting artists and community.
Your donation on Kickstarter will help The Art Gym continue to deliver more high quality catalogues to your inbox and bookshelves.

Check out our incredible FREE ARCHIVE of 75+ catalogues documenting the art of the Pacific Northwest.

Thank you for your support!

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Opportunity for Internship

Deadline for applications March 21, 2016 


Workshop interns assist CPW staff in the facilitation of the Woodstock Photography Workshop & Lecture series, in which national and international photographers serve as guest instructors, which runs from the end of May through mid-October. Four interns are selected each year to work with CPW’s Workshop Manager and related staff. It is the ideal hands-on-experience for any emerging photographer seeking to enhance their understanding of the craft, become exposed to different teaching styles and photographic approaches, and pursue a life-long passion in photography.

Selected interns must live in or relocate to Woodstock or within the Hudson Valley / Catskill Region for the duration of the internship. Working, reliable independent transportation is required, as these internships include both on and off site work. Interns are required to work three days per week, Fridays through Sunday (unless otherwise specified) May 20 through mid-October.


Arts administration interns are immersed in the contemporary photographic arts through learning and assisting CPW’s staff in the programs and services provided by an artist-centered not-for-profit. Three to four interns are selected each summer. Additionally CPW takes on 2-3 arts administration interns in the fall, winter, and spring.

This internship is the perfect experience for those seeking to acquire a deeper understanding of the opportunities and services available for emerging artists, as well as gain hands on learning experience in professional practices and standards. Interns’ experiences will enhance their capabilities in pursuit of a personal career as a working artist; or within the fields of arts administration (in either the commercial or non-profit sector), studio management, and more.


While CPW is unable to provide academic credit for this internship, many participants have been able to arrange college credit with their respective academic institutions. CPW staff will provide the necessary letters of support or evaluation needed to secure credits upon completion of your internship.

Candidates are selected on the basis of their interest and experience in photography and the visual arts, their ability to contribute significantly to CPW projects, and their openness to gain meaningful experience from the program.

Other internship opportunities are available. For more info please check our website at Please send your resume to

The Center for Photography at Woodstock 
59 Tinker Street Woodstock, NY 12498 

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Giovanna Fernandes

Amazing work! Photo 113 Foundations I. Professor Jaclyn Cori Norman
These are handmade collages... no Photoshop here!
Congratulations Giovanna for impressive creativity and craft.
© Giovanna Fernandes

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

1-year Internship in Greece DEADLINE March 20th

SCAD MA alumnus, Orestis Kourakis is seeking a photography fellow for an archaeological project in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Please click the link for more information or apply through the SCAD Jobs portal.

Artist Talk and Exhibition

Congratulations to Bin Feng on his recent artist talk and solo exhibition of The American Dream at Norfolk Arts Offsite Gallery in Norfolk, Virginia. To see additional information from the event, please visit

Ann Jastrab, Bin Feng, and Tajh Bergeron

©Tajh Bergeron

Alumni mentor, Ann Jastrab (M.F.A., photography, 1995) wrote a lovely article about her visit at SCAD including the show Persona. Jastrab featured the work of Bin Feng and Tajh Bergeron in the article.  Please select the link to read more about their work and Jastrab's visit to Savannah.

Photo Editor W.W. Norton

Photo Editor

W.W. Norton is seeking a self-motivated, highly creative Photo Editor with 3+ years of experience in the college textbook publishing industry. The accepted candidate will have the opportunity to work with some of the best professionals in the business, and can brainstorm creative ideas with imaginative authors and editors whose disciplines span drama, art, music, history, anthropology, economics, psychology, politics, and the hard sciences. We are expanding aggressively into wider digital media applications, so a forward-thinking, media-savvy photo editor who is excited by innovative digital products would be ideal for this position.

Essential Job Responsibilities:
• Handle multiple photo programs on tight deadlines, and be responsible for these projects start-to-finish (research, crediting, obtaining files, clearance)
• Work closely with Photo Research and Permissions Manager to monitor schedules, work load, and photo approval processes; deliver bi-monthly status reports
• Monitor freelancers to assure timely and appropriate photo research, crediting, and billing
• Collaborate with authors/editors on the visual tone, quantity, and quality of their photo programs; advise on sources and quality/budget considerations
• Set up usage reports for both print and media-related clearance for our Billing Specialist; maintain usage database
• Research in-house when appropriate (smaller projects).
• Check photos for quality/resolution and submit to production on a timely basis; retouch if needed
Requirements: Required Qualifications:
• Strong working relationships with photo sources, both commercial and obscure - agencies, photographers, museums, libraries, recording companies, academic sources, etc.
• Knowledgeable of the various licensing options (microstock, royalty-free, rights-managed, etc.) and licensing organizations (ARS, VAGA, Rightslink, etc)
• Ability to take verbal cues from authors/editors and translate them into exciting creative imagery
• Familiar with the use of Creative Commons and current photo issues involving intellectual property
• Familiar with all stages of book production, and how/where photo files tie into the process
• Confident with trouble-shooting (a big part of this job), while remaining focused on budgets, deadlines, photo quality, and production issues
• Able to interact with editors, authors, designers, and production/project management staff in a professional and amiable manner
• Regards organization and clear communication as top priorities
• Conversant in Photoshop, Bridge, Microsoft Office, Filemaker, Adobe Acrobat, and standard FTP file transfer applications
• Employment eligibility to work with W. W. Norton & Company in the US is required

How To Apply For This Job:
Qualified candidates should apply by sending a copy of their resume and cover letter to: Please specify which position you are applying for in the subject line.
Date Posted: 3/3/2016

Digital Media Coordinator Interlochen Center for the Arts

Interlochen Center for the Arts is looking to hire a Digital Media Coordinator for the 2016 camp season. The dates of the contract are 6/20/16-8/7/16 and the stipend for the entire duration of the contract is $1,450. Housing is provided for the dates contracted (early arrival/late stay requests, if space is available, will be paid in full by the employee). All meals are included with your agreement- breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

Each summer the marketing team captures thousands of photos and hours of video footage. The digital media coordinator helps coordinate the efforts of staff photographers and videographers and organize, archive and curate the digital assets that are created each summer. Major responsibilities include creating, managing and updating a schedule for staff photographers. Also uploading digital photography to an online archive.  Curating photography and video clips: identifying media to feature across media channels. Will be also uploading and transcoding video for videographers. Will assist in photography and videography activities, depending on skill level, interests and the demands of the schedule. Qualifications include strong computer skills. Applicants should have some work or educational experience in at least one of the following areas: digital photography, graphic design, media production or marketing.  The successful candidate will be an independent, self- motivated worker who pays close attention to details, can follow guidelines and procedures, communicates well with others, and enjoys a busy work environment. Primary working hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. 

Archive Assistants

Interlochen Center for the Arts is looking to hire
Archive Assistants for the 2016 camp season. The dates of the contract are 6/20/16-8/8/16 and the stipend for the entire duration of the contract is $1,300. Housing is provided for the dates contracted (early arrival/late stay requests, if space is available, will be paid in full by the employee). All meals are included with your agreement- breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

This is a great opportunity for those interested in an archival career. This position serves on the front lines of Interlochen’s young institutional archives initiative. This person will be providing much needed assistance in the organization of the archives, conducting inventories across campus, and assisting in the digitization, cataloging of print and photographic archival materials, and assisting the archivist in a variety of capacities. Main job functions include handling, processing, and cataloging archival materials by providing standard metadata. Other responsibilities include digitizing photographic collections and handling negatives, slides, and print photographic materials. This position will be sharing its time (40 hrs/week) between the Institutional Archives and Photo Archives. Other assignments depend upon the interests and skills of the intern. Applicants currently in an MLS or archival studies program are preferred. This position requires for the applicant to be proficient with technology, extremely detailed oriented, able to work well within a framework, and willing to participate in a team environment.

PHOTOGRAPHY INTERN. Interlochen Center for the Arts

Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen,  MI   
Interlochen Center for the Arts is looking to hire Photo Interns for the 2016 camp season. The dates of the contract are 6/20/16-8/7/16 and the stipend for the entire duration of the contract is $1,300. Housing is provided for the dates contracted (early arrival/late stay requests, if space is available, will be paid in full by the employee). All meals are included with your agreement- breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

Major Responsibilities
  • Responsibilities include location and studio photo shoots, scheduling, logistics, managing equipment and reviewing/cataloging digital images.
  • The 40 hour weekly schedule varies, with some evening and weekend assignments.
  • Photographers regularly interact with faculty, staff and campers to obtain photos.
  • Problem-solving and strong interpersonal skills are essential to get the images required.
  • The intern should be able to skillfully operate a digital SLR and be familiar with the fundamentals of digital photography (photo formats, resolution, uploading files.)
  • Strong computer, organizational and interpersonal skills are also essential.
  • Interns will be expected to walk or ride a bicycle for several hours each day.
  • Photo interns must be self-starters who can maintain a positive attitude in all types of working conditions.
  • Previous professional experience is not required but applicants will be asked to present a portfolio that demonstrates their skills.
  • Photo interns must bring their own digital SLR camera and should be able to operate it with skill, especially in challenging lighting situations.
  • A tripod is also strongly recommended.
  • Interns may bring additional equipment (extra lenses, laptops, photo editing software, hard drives, etc.) but these are not required.
  • Hard drives and a Mac computer will be provided.

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