Monday, August 29, 2016

SilverEye Center for Photography, Call for Entries

Silver Eye Center for Photography announces a Call for Entries for Fellowship 17, our international photography competition. Now in its 16th year, this competition recognizes both rising talent and established photographers from all corners of the globe and from the state of Pennsylvania.Awards

International Award Winner

The International Award is open to all U.S. and international photographers.

Solo exhibition at Silver Eye opening early 2017
$3,000 cash prize
Online gallery on Silver Eye’s website (with link to artist website)
Media outreach and promotion 

Keystone Award Winner

The Keystone Award is reserved for an artist currently living and/or working in the state of Pennsylvania.

Spotlight exhibition at Silver Eye in early 2017
$1,000 cash prize
Online gallery on Silver Eye’s website (with link to artist website)
Media outreach and promotion

For more information, visit

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Locations Photography Workshop, Sept. 22, Atlanta, GA

Locations Photography Workshop

Facilitator: Don Gray, New Mexico State Film Office
Date: September 22, 2016
Location: InterContinental Buckhead Hotel, Atlanta, GA
Time: 1-4 pm

Workshop enrollees will have the following questions answered:

  • How do I properly market my locations through photography?
  • Do I need professional photography equipment?
  • How do I find locations and what are the best ways to deliver the photos to clients once I have them?

The workshop will also include a lively presentation with useful suggestions from getting the most out of your cell phone camera to mastering your pro-level gear and even discussions of emerging tools like drone photography.

Visit for more information.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Call for Entry

Atlanta Photography Group is seeking submissions for Arnika Dawkins Selects. Juror Arnika Dawkins is the owner of her eponymous fine art photography gallery established in Atlanta in 2011. Dawkins shows work by talented emerging and mid-career artists with a specialization in photography by African Americans and images of African Americans. This exhibition will be featured in the Festival Guide for Atlanta Celebrates Photography. For more information,

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

In Conversation with Joshual Rashaad McFadden (M.F.A., photography, current student)

One of LensCulture's top 50 emerging artists in the world is giving an artist talk at the "heartbeat" of Atlanta. Joshua Rashaad McFadden is a multi-award-winning, international, artist whose work focuses on the multifaceted Black identity in American culture. The collections he's produced, Colorism, After Selma, and Come to Selfhood, have addressed various issues that affect some aspect of African-American culture, and has gained recognition with New York Times Lens Photography, International Photographers Award, Slate Magazine, and AfroPunk.

The artist talk will take place in the Event Room in the Memorial Building at the Woodruff Arts Center on August 11, 2016. The artist talk will be broadcasted on Facebook and YouTube. For more information, follow JTR Presents on Facebook and Twitter, or visit

This event is sponsored by C4 Atlanta, an organization determined to help the creative community in Atlanta create and manage creative events, projects, and productions. Donating to this event benefits not only the artist, but you as well. You donation to this event is tax-deductible and the money donated helps cover the expenses of the event and pays the artist.

WHEN: Thursday, August 11, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
WHERE: 1280 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309

Bin Feng Exhibition

Opening Reception: August 12, 6-9 p.m.
Exhibition dates: August 12-15, 2016
Gallery Hours: 1-5 p.m.
Closed on Sundays

An extension of the performance art piece, Pin Man, this exhibition continues to address the popular culture within the current value system. Digital manipulation and mannered poses with the carefully staged film sets are employed ironically to mimic and subvert popular media imagery. The exhibition consists of fie different elements, photography, video, collage, installation, and sculpture, showcasing the recent life of the Pin Man. The event is free and open to the public.

Be sure to check out Feng's kickstarter project for an opportunity to own some of his original art.

For more information, call 912.335.9356 or write

Monday, August 8, 2016

Saks Fifth Avenue Photography Dept. Job Opportunities

NYC-based SCAD grads interested in freelance work as digital techs and/or retouchers for Saks 5th Avenue, please contact Professor Jenny Kuhla at for the hiring manager's contact information. There are opportunities for full-time employment after February 2017. Be prepared to send the hiring manager a cover letter, résumé, and either a digital portfolio or website link.

Exhibition by Trevor Poudrier MFA, photography, current student

Liminal (no. 2) ©Trevor Poudrier 2016

Exhibition from August 5-September 1, 2016, from 9 am-8 pm, Monday-Sunday. Join us for a closing reception on September 1 from 6-8 pm, Beetnix Superfoods and Juice Bar, 18 East Broughton Street, Savannah, GA

Liminal is a photographic series of large format double exposures merging two realities into one, addressing liminal consciousness, or the time between waking and sleeping. Each image combines a scene from Savannah (for familiarity), with a first person POV shot of my resting body under a red comforter. The result uses the nonverbal language of photography to relate the deeply personal experience of duality while projecting one's consciousness via out of body experience or astral projection.

The images are dark; so dark that the image is at times barely visible. These heavy shadows emphasize the fleeting, ephemeral nature of liminal consciousness. This allows the viewer’s mind to expand into the void, just as it does when they let their thoughts wander in a daydream or reverie. Ultimately this is the goal of Liminal: to act as a catalyst for consciousness projection. What is being addressed is the evolution of the the way the viewer observes an image, or at least another technique which can be used to observe.

Some type of active participation is required on the viewer’s behalf to achieve this technique, but as previously suggested, the effort is equal to that of daydreaming. Observe the image and relax, letting the mind go where it pleases. Then come back to the image, maintaining a sense of presence in this physical space. Each daydream is a projection, however exciting or banal it may be. Repeating this process while viewing and spending more time transitioning between the state of reverie and physical awareness, results in a more profound experience for the viewer.

For more work by this artist, visit

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Call for Entry, Georgia National Fair

The Georgia National Fair has issued a call for entry for the photography competition this fall. The deadline is September 8, 2016. Please register online at 

The dominant subject in the image should fit one of the following categories:

  • People: Portrait of a single person or a group of people. 
  • Places: Architecture and Landscapes, Street Scenes (street scenes must include name of town or city). 
  • Things: Inanimate objects, includes still life 
  • Animals and Insects: Any member of the animal kingdom that is not human 
  • In the Garden: Living plants, trees, flowers 
  • Fun!: Image should project the idea of fun – amusement, enjoyment, lighthearted pleasure. 
  • I Spy – Georgia Fairs and Festivals: Images from any fair or festival in Georgia. Name of the event should be included on the back of the image. 
  • Dominant Color – Orange: The majority of the image should consist of the dominant color. We are looking for new and different images - more than just your average pumpkin field or bowl of oranges. Details – Macro: Extreme close-ups. Macro photography produces photographs of small items larger than life size. 
  • Anything Goes!: Photographer’s choice - your best photo. This category can also include altered images (explanation of alteration must be included on the back of the photo)
A title is required for each photo. Keep in mind that photos are judged on the image and not on the title. Long titles will not be as easily read when your photo is displayed, as the type will be smaller. NOTE: "Untitled" is not an acceptable title.

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