Thursday, March 30, 2023

Queer Conscience 2023 Photography Exhibition


The Image Flow invites artists closely tied to the LGBTQIA2+ community to submit work to our juried photography exhibition Queer Conscience 2023.

What could you do with a clear conscience? Who could you be? How could you live, free of judgment, shame, expectation, or fear?

The queer experience is unlike any other, and even within our vibrant community, no two queer identities are quite alike. This is what has the power to unite us; a respect for our differences that can create bonds like family. Living as a queer person can be complex, and frightening, and beautiful all at once.

Deadline for Submission

April 3, 2023, at 11:59 PM

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Kari Orvik Kari Orvik is a photo-based artist and educator. Her work engages ideas of presence and absence through portraiture and site-specific narratives, across multiple photographic formats. She has been an artist in residence at Headlands Center for the Arts, RecologySF, Rayko Photo Center and Kala Art Institute. Her work has shown at SFO Airport Museum, the Berkeley Art Museum, the Oakland Museum of California and SF Camerawork, and she currently teaches photography at Stanford University. On Instagram @kariorviktintypes
Nathan Lomas Nathan Lomas is a photographer, artist, and educator living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. He holds an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology, and a BFA from the College for Creative Studies. He is an instructor, gallery coordinator, and production manager at The Image Flow Photography Center in San Anselmo, and has taught at the Academy of Art University San Francisco. He is also the owner of Heritage Tintype Parlor, a portrait studio specializing in wet plate collodion photography.








APA LA is pleased to announce the twelfth annual OFF THE CLOCK curated photo competition. OFF THE CLOCK is the pre-eminent opportunity to present your inspired personal photography to the world. Each year APA LA invites a well-respected, influential visionary from the international photo community to contribute their talent towards curating this prestigious exhibition. This year we are honored that Darius Himes, International Head of Photographs at Christie’s (see bio below), has accepted our invitation to apply his unique vision in carefully selecting his top one hundred images from all submissions. And this year, as an added incentive, Mr. Himes will also select three images as Best In Show!

Once our curator has chosen his 100 favorite images, the winners' work begins to gain exceptional exposure through our beautifully printed and PDF catalog which will be sent to each winner as well as key influencers in the advertising, corporate and fine-art sectors. The winners’ images will also gain exposure through our online gallery and artist features on our social media and web platforms. Through the APA global network, your finest personal work will be available for viewing by thousands of potential clients, gallerists and curators throughout the world.

PLUS – this year we will gather for a beautiful gala opening reception to celebrate all the winners with special invitations sent to top creatives in the Southern California region.  Further details to follow.

As for the three Best In Show winners, they will be featured on the APA LA website, as well as featured in our printed and PDF catalog that will be sent to key industry influencers. Best In Show winners will also receive their winning image printed by a premier West Coast fine art print specialist and beautifully custom matted and framed by one of the West Coast’s most respected fine art framers.

In addition, each of the three Best in Show winners will be awarded one twenty-minute portfolio review session at APA LA’s virtual Fall Portfolio Review – an invaluable opportunity to meet and discuss your work with a top industry professional, creative director, art director or art producer. These are professionals on the front lines of hiring photographers. 


OFF THE CLOCK is easy to enter with no confusing categories, no image series restrictions, and no creation date restrictions. The most important parameter is that your submitted work should be strong, original, creative and truly personal. Entries may be black and white, duotone, or color, and should be self-commissioned and must represent what you consider to be your finest personal work. Our easy-to-use online submission interface allows you to enter as many images as you like! What are you waiting for? Give it your best shot. Show the world your personal vision. The curator will limit the number of selects from any one entrant to a maximum of four.

More info and Enter here... 

Rolling Stone: Photo Editor


Job Details


 Rolling Stone, the pop culture bible for more than 50 years, is looking for a Photo Editor for its fast-paced digital newsroom someone who can research, edit, and curate visuals with great taste and on deadline.

The ideal candidate will be highly detail-oriented and able to work quickly and efficiently under pressure. The candidate must have deep photography research skills, experience with news gathering tools, and a nose for news. And of course, having a great eye is a must at a place like Rolling Stone, which has a half-century history of truly iconic imagery. 


  • Research, edit, and caption images in real-time 
  • Curate and produce visually-led stories in a fast-paced newsroom, anticipating visual needs as stories develop 
  • Work in our CMS to combine different formats, newsroom tools, and visual elements
  • Work with platform and off-platform editors to surface visually-led stories 
  • Help maintain archives 
  • Track licensing from wire services
  • Maintain relationships with vendors involved with photo production and illustration



  • Experience in a news photo editing role, an enthusiasm for pop culture and current events, and keen news judgment.
  • Proven deep photography research skills and experience with news gathering tools
  • Highly organized and able to work independently and in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience with Adobe Photoshop and Bridge
  • Strong organizational and communication skills, with an ability to balance short and long term projects
  • Apply Now!!!!! 

Montgomery Photo Festival’s submission is open


Submission is open to all photographers (professional and amateur), working in all forms of photography. Four categories are offered.

1. Color
2. Black and white
3. Alternative process
4. Manipulation (digital and film)
The cost to enter is $25. You may enter up to three images for that fee. There is no theme for this exhibit. There is no time limit for when you produced your work. Let's elevate photography as fine art. Show us your best!

Images previously displayed in-gallery at any of the previous three Society of Arts & Crafts and Stonehenge Gallery photo competitions are not eligible for this competition and should not be submitted. 

Awards:   Best in show — $1,000
                 Best in category — $500 (four awards, one for each category)
                 Grand total — $3,000 in cash awards!

This exhibit will consist of 65 photographs selected by the juror. A reception will be held on Saturday July 15, in Stonehenge Gallery, the address is 401 Cloverdale Rd, Montgomery, 36106. The exhibit will open on July 10 and be on display until July 28.  The Montgomery Photo Exhibit is presented by the Society of Arts and Crafts.

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Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Congratulations #NewVisions2023 Artists!

We are delighted to announce that juror V. Elizabeth Turk has selected 50 images by 48 artists for the #NewVisions2023 collegiate exhibition. The full gallery of #NewVisions2023 photographs is now available on the TPS website. Congratulations to all!  




HM - Will Foerster 



Rachel LeBlanc 


Monday, March 13, 2023

Student Artist’s Book Competition


Unbound by conventional standards, artist’s books play with the dichotomy between traditional cover-to-cover tomes and new mediums of self-expression. Whether you’re challenging or embracing the book as an art form, submissions of all binds are encouraged — sculptural, conceptual, literal, atypical — just include an artist statement for works expanding the boundaries. Winning books will be purchased for SCAD Libraries’ growing collection.

This competition is open to SCAD students only. Collaborations are welcome. Enter up to three works per person or per group. Fill out the required forms and submit your entry by Friday, April 28.

Submission requirements

  • Enter up to three books per person or group.
  • All entries must have the accompanied online form and cover sheet.
  • Books made up to one year prior to the competition date are eligible.
  • An artist statement (2–4 sentences) is required for each entry.
  • No food, hazardous materials, or books requiring external equipment such as URL or flash drives.

Submission guidelines

  • Fill out the SCAD Artist’s Book Competition Entry Form for each entry, including your artist statement.
  • Print and fill out the Student Artist’s Book Competition Cover Sheet and attach to each entry.
  • Drop off your submission(s) with the cover sheet(s) at Jen Library or SCAD Atlanta Library by 5:30 p.m., Friday, April 28. If submitting by mail, send to SCAD Atlanta Library at 1600 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, Ga. 30309, USA. Be sure to accommodate for shipping time.

For questions about the competition or for artist’s book inspiration, contact SCAD Library Special Collections.


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Tuesday, March 7, 2023

Fellow, Dotdash Meredith Food Studios - Photography Assistant

Fellow, Dotdash Meredith Food Studios - Photography Assistant

Job Description

The Dotdash Meredith Fellowship Program offers recent college graduates the opportunity to gain experience working with some of our most popular brands. The program runs from June 2023 to May 2024 and is one of our primary source of hiring for entry-level roles.

Fellows work full time and earn $18 an hour.

Location: Birmingham, AL (in office work required)

You will:

  • Deliver gear and help set up and break down sets.

  •  Input metadata/help with deliverables to brands.

  • Assist photographers in-studio, working closely with the equipment coordinator, to make sure all of their needs are met.

  • Help the equipment coordinator maintain the equipment and ensure the studio is kept tidy and organized.

You have:

  • A degree in photography or related field.

  • A positive, can-do attitude, and work well as part of a team.

  • Excellent time management skills and are organized and detail oriented.

  • The ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 50 pounds.

Interested? We’d love to hear from you! Please submit a cover letter, resume, and portfolio link (if applicable). Candidates selected for interviews will be notified by late March.

About Dotdash Meredith:  Dotdash Meredith is the largest digital and print publisher in America. From mobile to magazines, nearly 200 million people trust us to help them make decisions, take action, and find inspiration. Dotdash Meredith's over 40 iconic brands include PEOPLE, Better Homes & Gardens, Verywell, FOOD & WINE, The Spruce, Allrecipes, Byrdie, REAL SIMPLE, Investopedia, and Southern Living. Dotdash Meredith is based in New York City and is an operating business of IAC.

About Birmingham: This southern city is in the midst of a cultural renaissance. Birmingham has terrific  museums, converted loft neighborhoods, cool coffee joints, and reclaimed urban green space. And  thanks to short commute times and mild weather, you can enjoy everything the city has to offer year round! Read what Southern Living and Trip Advisor have to say about it!



Grace Ann Leadbeater: Alumni mentor

We are eagerly awaiting the upcoming alumni mentor visit of Grace Ann Leadbeater. She will be in Savannah April 25th- April 29th

Grace Ann Leadbeater is an artist and educator invested in words, pictures, and bookmaking. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design as well as a Master of Fine Arts in nonfiction writing from Columbia University. Grace Ann grew up in Central Florida and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Grace Ann is represented by the gallery Moxie's Daughter.



Thursday, March 2, 2023

My Houston Surgeons Clinical Photographer Position Description

 My Houston Surgeons Clinical Photographer
Position Description


Business Function/Department  

Position Title My Houston Surgeons Clinical/OR Team Clinical Photographer

Reports to Location(s)
Clinical Lead
Spring Valley/Woodlands


The Clinical Photographer is responsible for maintaining, updating, creating, and uploading all clinic photographs into
the appropriate software. You will be responsible for taking photographs and/or videos of medical procedures,
before/after photos, and annual follow-up photos.


Essential Job
Duties &

1. The Clinical Photographer has the responsibility to carry out duties as directed by My Houston Surgeons.

2. Communicates on a regular basis with the designated My Houston Surgeons Supervisor(s).

3. Follows and always maintains patient confidentiality appropriate with HIPAA compliance standards.

4. Handle multiple projects at one time.

5. Produces quality and consistent digital images for all our cosmetic, medical, and research patients

6. Creates a patient's account in Mirror software indicating first/last name, chart number, type of treatment, and
whether consent was obtained.

7. Systematically maintains a database of photographs in Mirror software to be used for doctor/patient viewing, references materials, PowerPoint presentations, publications, internal training, before/after pictures for company website, sale to outside sources, internal brochures, posters, etc.

8. Maintains in-office photo resources (before and after books, website, social media platforms, and the like)

9. Maintains photography equipment in working order at all times. Schedule’s maintenance/repair calls as needed

10. Strong attention to detail each photograph needs to be taken in a consistent manner (ie., headband, hairnet, clean face, no jewelry, and drape over chest area) every time. Continuity is key.

11. Working knowledge of medical terminology and HIPPA regulations

12. Nextech Software experience is desired

13. Medical photography software experience is required

14. Ability to handle challenging patients and situations in a professional, objective manner

15. Self-directed and able to work independently

16. Determines which patients need pre or post op pictures and for what procedure and coordinates with front office staff

17. Handle sensitive information in a highly confidential manner.

18. Alerts Supervisor and seeks assistance when an activity or process changes within the office or deviates from the current process.

19. Reply to email, telephone, or face to face inquiries.

20. Participates in annual competency training sessions as designated by My Houston Surgeons supervisor(s).

21. Other duties as assigned by My Houston Surgeons supervisors and physicians.


Secondary Job Duties &Responsibilities

1. Some tasks include filing, scanning, shredding, faxing, copying, mailing, data entry, etc as needed.

2. Ability to multitask while still maintaining a high level of proficiency and accuracy.

3. Ability to lift up to 30 pounds on a regular basis.



Any combination of education and experience that would demonstrate a high level of proficiency and advanced
understanding of healthcare operations.

High school diploma or equivalent; College degree/certification in Photography/Medical photography and/or
combination of education and medical experience is preferred

2+ years of related experience required in clinical photography role

Knowledge of the medical industry, plastics specificity preferred

Microsoft Office Skills must be highly proficient in Word, Excel, Power Point, and Vizio

Graphic design platform knowledge is a plus



Josseline  Martinez

Clinical Photographer

my Houston Surgeons

9230 Katy Freeway, 600, Houston TX, 77055

High Museum Summer Internships

2023 Summer Internship Program Opportunities

Gain experience in a leading art museum, featuring a significant permanent collection and world-class exhibitions.

The High Museum of Art’s internship program is offered for eight weeks each summer to rising college juniors and seniors as well as to graduating seniors. This is a paid internship. Interns also receive many benefits which include free admission to select Museum functions, discounts at our cafĂ© and gift shop, and the ability to observe and receive instruction that enhances their knowledge of the area in which they are assigned. Candidates accepted into the program are responsible for securing their own housing and transportation (including parking, which they will receive at a discounted employee rate) for the duration of the program

Important Dates

The High’s 2023 Summer Internship Program will run:
Monday, June 5 through Friday, July 28, 2023

Submit an application

Application deadline: Friday, March 10, 2023

Our Program

The High offers you the chance to gain real-world experience in professions where experience is crucial. We strive to give our interns projects that are meaningful and educational. In addition to contributing to important tasks in the departments to which interns are assigned, once a week interns will participate in professional development workshops to learn about various departments and daily operational functions.

*Hours/days may vary according to internship position, as specified by Supervisor.

2023 Opportunities


Supervisors: Laurel Humble, Head of Creative Aging and Lifelong Learning

Department: Education

Internship Summary:
For this position we will seek an intern who has an interest in art or museum education and in working with people with disabilities. The Accessibility Intern will assist Creative Aging and Lifelong Learning and Family Programs with research, resource development, and program assistance and evaluation. The intern will assist with existing and ongoing programs, help research best practices for sensory-friendly programming, research and co-develop resources for visitors with disabilities, and assist with staff and volunteer training. These efforts will support the expansion of the museum’s accessibility and inclusion for visitors with disabilities, bolster our staff and volunteer understanding of these audiences, and improve communication with visitors with disabilities.

Specific Projects:

  • Research for sensory-friendly programming 
  • Research and assist in developing social stories, maps, and other resources that improve how we communicate museum accessibility and opportunities for visitors with disabilities
  • Research and evaluation with visitors with disabilities and their families for education programs geared toward learners of all ages Writing of alternative text for collection objects on Research and participation in staff and volunteer training on working with visitors with disabilities

Necessary Qualifications:

  • Comfort with public speaking
  • Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, strong work ethic

Number of Interns Needed: 1


Department: Curatorial

Internship Summary:
First-hand experience conducting preparatory work and discovery for comprehensive exhibition research on a special exhibition of Korean modern art. The intern will learn to compare and contrast traditional Korean art with art influenced by the west and Japan.

Specific Projects:

  • Conduct preliminary fact-finding work to chart the history of modern influences from the West on Korean art in the 20th century
  • Identify key individuals and the location of their works
  • Identify and access literature in academic journals and other publications 


Supervisor: Claudia Einecke, Frances B. Bunzl Family Curator of European Art

Department: Curatorial

Internship Summary:
The intern will be involved in the day-to-day activities of the curatorial department of European Art, assisting to prepare a works-on-paper rotation for the Fall of 2023 by managing the checklist and researching for label copy. The intern will gain a good understanding of the multifarious responsibilities and activities of a curator, including collaboration with other departments.

Specific Projects:

  • Works-on-paper rotation
  • Involvement in preparing the installation of a special exhibition 





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