Saturday, February 27, 2010
Elements of Water
In the Main Gallery: February 19 - March 13
Reception on March 5, 2010 from 6-9 pm
Barbara Myriam Ventura's image, Jokulsarlon, Iceland, was chosen by juror John Paul Caponigro for the Juror's Selection.
More about Ventura's work in PERSPECTIVES.
Jokulsarlon, Iceland © Barbara Myriam Ventura
The Space Between
Wrenay Gomez Charlton
In the South Gallery: February 24 - April 24, 2010
Reception on April 2, 2010 from 6-9 pm
"My photographs witness my daughter just being in the world. Her trust that my eye will let her be and not ask her to perform is the wellspring for these images. I believe that her moments of solitude in my presence are part of her developing strength for action and presence. My holding her in my camera is ironically also my letting her go." Wrenay Gomez Charlton
Untitled, Birdhouse © Wrenay Gomez Charlton
Juror: Karen Irvine, Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
Dreamy by Lennette NewellAnimals represent strength, agility, power, royalty, vulnerability and fertility. They serve as important symbols in popular culture, national identity, religion, ecology, mythology and art. The Center is looking for images that insightfully portray the diversity of the animal kingdom.
Deadline to submit: March 16, 2010
Dreamy © Lennette Newell
Juror: Brian Paul Clamp, Director of ClampArt
Consumption is a multifaceted term. While it can signify the influence of advertising and marketing on our pervasive consumer culture, the word also speaks to profound human instincts.
Deadline to submit: April 13, 2010
Ethan and His Blue Things © Jeongmee Yoon
The Center has several new class offerings including: The Business of Photography, Light Painting and Studio Lighting. Click here for more information.
Anderson Ranch is offering Center members a 25% discount on a summer workshop. More information about membership.
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Friday, February 26, 2010
This is an excellent opportunity to win recognition and professional software tools, as well as to travel and connect with peers and professionals from around the world. There are 12 categories to enter in three media areas: interactive media, video and motion, and traditional media. These categories offer students a huge variety in their choices of design and expression. Students will have the opportunity to be selected as finalists, and all finalists will win a trip to Los Angeles, Calif., during the Adobe MAX conference, as well as Adobe® software. Winners will receive a $3,000 cash prize. Visit http://adaa.adobe.com for more information. Entries will be accepted through June 4.
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EARLY ENTRY Date: APRIL 19, 2010
Early entry fee is $3.95 per photo entered
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FINAL ENTRY Date: MAY 17, 2010
Final entry fee is $4.95 per photo entered
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WINNING PHOTOS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE NOVEMBER 2010 ISSUE OF PHOTOGRAPHER'S FORUM MAGAZINE. ALL CONTEST FINALISTS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE BEST OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2010.
Monday, February 22, 2010
Senior Thesis Photography Exhibition
April 19th – May 1st
(ALLENDALE, MI) Photographers in The School of Communications are proud to present BANGARANG! It is the ultimate in excellence- it is better than cool, rad, or awesome. Join us in celebration at the reception for BANGARANG! on Thursday, April 22, 5:00 P- 7:00 P.M.
Featured photographers: Lauren Bailey, Dana Bloodworth, Tonia Hauser, Tina Jacobson, Bethany Nolin, Athena Placencia, Jenna Raber, Darcy Shinew, Lauren Shahly, Nicole Somerville and Robert Wilkinson.
The Performing Arts Center Gallery
Exhibit runs April 20 –May 1.
Monday -Friday 10:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M.
This event is free and open to the public.
Press images are available upon request.
For more information:
Performing Arts Center Gallery: (616) 331-2564
Tina Jacobson: email@example.com
Beth Nolin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Somerville: email@example.com
Professor Victoria Veenstra: (616) 331-3957
Friday, February 19, 2010
Animalia, DL: March 16, 2010, Midnight PST
All entries taken on line at www.c4fap.org
Theme: Animals represent strength, agility, power, vulnerability and serve as symbols in popular culture, mythology and art. The Center is looking for images that insightfully portray the diversity of the animal kingdom.
Exhibition and Awards: Selection for this exhibition, artists and their work will be seen by an international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants from around the world. Over $700 in awards along with all exhibitors are included in the Center's online gallery
Eligibility: The exhibition is open to photographers worldwide, both amateur and pro.
• The entry fee for non-members is $35 USD ($20 for members) for the first three images.
• Additional images are $10 each. No limit to the number of images that may be submitted.
For more info visit www.c4fap.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, February 18, 2010
day of a student on GVSU's campus sporting excellent and unique style.
Interested in becoming part of the team? Valley Scene is still looking for
Photographers who join will receive photo credit for all photos spotlighted
on the blog, a picture & bio of yourself on the site, and a link to a
website of your choice (Linkedin, Twitter, Portfolio, Facebook).
Photographers will need to be somewhat informed on current fashion and be
able to spot style on campus, along with the ability to approach students on
campus and inform them our blog.
To apply simply email us at ValleySceneBlog@gmail.com explaining why you
think you’d be a good fit, along with a 3-5 examples of your work (photos
must have been taken with the camera you plan to use on campus ).
Thank you, we look forward to reviewing your applications.
- Color Photography from Russia in the Early 1900's (Denver Post)
- The Empire That Was Russia (Library of Congress), main exhibit site
- Photographer to the Tsar (Library of Congress), biography
- Making Color Images from Prokudin-Gorskii's Negatives (Library of Congress), process
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Let it be known if you want to contribute to the blog by posting reviews of local photography exhibitions, students shows, events in our industry, news of new photographic equipment and digital breakthroughs, exciting photoshop tutorials...get the picture? Anything Photography, Anything GVSU, Anything Opportunity!!
Interested students/alumni please contact Professor Patrick Millard at email@example.com to discuss the opportunity. Yes, this is a valid line for your resume!
BY GREG ON FEBRUARY 3, 2010 IN FROM GREG'S DESK
You may be a great young photographer, but how do you finance your first production when you land that big advertising job? Sure, the purchase order is signed and it’s been faxed to you, and even if the advance check is on its way, it will still take several days to clear. You might need access to 20K to buy plane tickets and reserve hotel rooms for crew and get the whole thing rolling. If you are an established photographer and you are reading this, I’m curious to know how you financed your first big job? I’ll give you my answer tomorrow. –greg
MISTER LYNCH SAYS:
February 3, 2010 at 6:17 pm (Edit)
Ok cant remember what the FIRST job was that i faced the finance issue…In reality i think it still happens! I am always coming up against clients who DO NOT offer advances! And these are LARGE AGENCIES Just something i have to deal with, and prepare for. The bonus has been that they will pay in full 30-max 6o days after completion of job.
I think it all breaks down to SAVINGS. From my first job till now, its always important to have a good bit of money ready to go. Now the range of how much you need, is directly related to what level you are in your career. I think back to my first location gig…it was “BIG Time” ok just kidding, it was me, an assistant, and talent. Assistant held a SMALL battery powered strobe, Models brought their own clothes and did their own make up….My total cost to fund was about $45. Now My cost to fund can be as much as 5-10K. So kinda stinks to keep that much tied up…but for me its part of the DANCE
Now if you get a considerable project while you are still young in the biz, bring in a producer, A MUST. Possibly, just Possibly that producer has more time in the biz, and maybe is use to funding projects, so you might luck out. But be prepared one day if you cannot fund the project, you might have to give it up, your project will suffer if you cut corners right off the bat.
Feel free to comment, here to help and learn
A jury of nationally recognized photography experts will select six entries for inclusion in a 16" x 20" portfolio to be published in an edition of 25 in fall 2010. Peter Barberie, the Museum's Brodsky Curator of Photographs, will select one additional honorable mention entry to be sold as an individual print in a limited edition.
AWARDS Each winning photographer will be awarded $1,000. The honorable mention photographer will be awarded $500.
EXHIBITION The Museum will exhibit the portfolio and the individual print in fall 2010, and copies of both will enter the permanent collection.
JURORS Jurors will include noted photographer Tina Barney; Melissa Harris, Editor-in-Chief, Aperture Magazine; and Peter Barberie, The Brodsky Curator of Photographs, Alfred Stieglitz Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art.
DEADLINE The application deadline for the competition is May 15, 2010. All applications must be submitted online. There is a non-refundable application fee of $40.
For information please visit pmaPhotoCompetition.org
Stephen Hamilton Photography
Culinary food photographer seeks a Photography Studio Assistant. This team member must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. We are looking for someone who has experience or interest in photography, and has a strong expertise of computers. This position offers great growth potential.
PSA’s main responsibility is assisting in the overall maintenance of the studio and computer-related business. And will work directly with the lead assistant, studio manager and photographer.
• Assist in the organization and overall studio maintenance
• Maintain Social Media (ie. writing and updating website, blogging, Facebook, Twitter, email blasts etc.)
• Organize and manage job and stock photography
• Archive photography jobs and samples
• Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of computers and equipment
• Answer phones
• College education: skills in computers and arts, marketing a plus
• Creative, out-of the box thinking, adaptable and quick learner
• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Able to effectively organize ad prioritize tasks
• Team player: positive, friendly, loyal and dedicated
• Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite/ Photoshop & Illustrator
• Organized and a multi-tasker
Position offers PTO, health insurance and 401K. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your salary requirements along with writing samples as well as explaining knowledge and passion for computers. No phone calls please.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Winter Art Festival 2010 opens at Uptown Gallery in Grand Haven Friday February 5, 4:30-8:00 with Awards announced at 7:00 pm.
Address: 201 Washington St. Grand Haven, MI 49417
Hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Phone: 616 846-5460
Victoria Veenstra has two photographs in the show and rumor has it, one of them has won an award to be announced on Friday night.
Please join us at Uptown Gallery. There are several good restaurants nearby and an ice skating mini rink a block away on Washington St.
Dee-lite - has a nice array of sandwiches and salads, plus full dinners such as Grilled Salmon, Wild Mushroom in creamy sauce over pasta, etc. There is also a shushi bar and live music on weekends.
Snug Harbor - located on the river front with similar food as the Dee-lite with a bar.
Tip A Few _ popolar bar food with a Mexican flare.
Light Italian fare at Porta Bello
or The Coffee Grounds for hot coffee, teas or cocoa
Italian coffee and great gelato at Stefanos
Fatoosh on US 31 and Beacon St. serves Middle Eastern fare
So take a trip out for a Friday night event on the lakeshore.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
For our renowned New York client, we are seeking a Photography Specialist. The successful candidate will work to source property for sale; create and develop long-term client relationships; manage existing client accounts; work with marketing, administration and other
sales staff to determine and meet company and client goals. Detailed knowledge of the international art market, a developed client list and strong general knowledge of photography is essential.
The ideal applicant will have a BA in Art History or related discipline; a minimum of 5 years experience in an art gallery or auction house; and exceptional communications, interpersonal and organizational skills. Salary 60 K and excellent benefits.
Please send a resume, detailed cover letter and the names of three references to email@example.com.