Thursday, March 25, 2010

CCNY 2010 NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION

CCNY 2010 NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
JUROR: James Casebere
DEADLINE: April 19, 2010 (postmark date)

The Camera Club of New York (CCNY) is pleased to announce an open call for applications for its Annual National Photography Competition. Photographers and photo–based artists working in any genre are eligible to apply. Applicants are encouraged to submit a cohesive body of work.

Selected applicants will be featured in an exhibition at the CCNY gallery in the summer of 2010 and also on the CCNY website. The first place selection will receive a $500.00 cash award

Please see link for entire posting.
http://www.cameraclubny.org/competition.html

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Mimi Kato



Sign up now for artist Mimi Kato's digital tapestry workshop.

This is a two day workshop involving digital photography, narrative conceptualizing, studio lighting and digital editing and printing.

It is limited to 15 students. First come, first served.

Participating students must be able and willing to attend a pre-workshop meeting to plan out the narrative construction of the image you will be collaborating on. This time and date will be determined by the best possible time for everyone who has signed up.

Digital photography and/or narrative creating experience preferred but not necessary.

Contact Professor Stafford Smith with questions and to sign up.
smithsta@gvsu.edu

Workshop Schedule:

3/31 Wednesday morning , meet the artist and discuss group project

3/31 Wednesday 7 -10 pm , photo shoot

4/1 Thursday 9am - 1pm, editing and printing of project.

This is a rare opportunity to work hands on with a practicing artist. Don't miss out.

Co-sponsored by the School of Communications and the Department of Art and Design at GVSU

Monday, March 22, 2010

Polaroid is dead, long live Polaroid

The Impossible Project has done, well, the impossible - watch the announcement here:

http://www.the-impossible-project.com/

And get a better look at the new packaging here:

http://www.1854.eu/2010/03/impossibles_px_instant_films_i.html


Photo Dept. Trip to Chicago, Part 2





Photos by David Rathbun

Photo Dept. Trip to Chicago, Part 1












iPhone photos by Mark Troyer


Saturday, March 13, 2010

The Center for Fine Art Photography | Final Call for Animalia




Dreamy © Lennette Newell

The Center for Fine Art Photography
Final Call for Animalia

Animalia
Juror: Karen Irvine, Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
Deadline to submit: March 16, 2010

Awards:
* liveBooks Website Award: Valued at $399 each, two artists will
receive a 1 year subscription for a website.
* Juror's Selection Award: $300 and a Blurb Book Award
* Director's Selection Award: $200 and a Blurb Book Award
* Honorable Mention Award: $100
* Gallery Visitor's Choice Award: $100
All exhibitors are included in the Center's online gallery

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.

Friday, March 12, 2010

GVSU off to Chicago Again!

Call for entries: 2010 Adobe® Design Achievements Awards

Call for entries: 2010 Adobe® Design Achievements Awards

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.

District Quarterly magazine call for entries


District Quarterly magazine call for entries

District Quarterly is currently seeking submissions for the spring issue. District Quarterly is a new, award-winning, student-produced magazine published through the Student Media Center at SCAD. The magazine features original work by SCAD students, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, sequential art, illustration, painting, photography and more. The different works are combined by subject and theme to create a cohesive publication fall, winter and spring quarters each year.
The theme for the spring issue is materialism, and the deadline for submissions is Friday, March 26. Any current student at SCAD, undergrad or grad, may submit their work to be considered for publication in the magazine. The spring issue of District Quarterly is scheduled to launch near the end of April.
Submissions for the materialism-themed issue may be e-mailed to quarterly@scaddistrict.com by March 26.

SPD Call for Entries




The Society of Publication Designers serves the community of editorial art directors, photo editors and designers. Each year, SPD sponsors a publication design competition that recognizes the best work done by professionals for magazines, newspapers and online publications. Winning entries are published in the Society's hardcover Publication Design Annual -- again this year, photography students have the opportunity to be part of this world-class competition, and to have the chance for an incredible number of potential future employers see their work in the SPD Annual. Not to mention: the chance for some amazing prizes!
We know time is tight (it is for everyone!) so the Competition Chair, Catherine Talese has made this enticing, and easy: First, Second and Third Place winners will be honored with an Award of Excellence and an invitation to SPD's Annual Awards Gala on May 7th in New York City. Winning entries will appear in Pub 45, SPD's upcoming hardcover Annual. Even better, there's more: we want to help students get off on the right foot, career-wise, so to that end, the First, Second and Third Place winners will also receive...

First Prize
• Nikon D300S camera and Nikkor 18-55mm lens. Valued at $2,155
• Barnstorm XXII, The Eddie Adams Workshop. Guaranteed placement & housing at the 4 day rigorous workshop with the best in photojournalism today. October 8-11, 2010.
• Adobe CS4 Design Premium. Fully loaded. Valued at $1,800
• A one year subscription to Aperture, American Photo, and Photo District News.

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Second Prize
• Portfolio review with Stephen Mayes, Managing Director at VII Photo Agency.
• Adobe CS4 Design Standard. For the Pros. Valued at $1,400
• A one year subscription to Aperture, American Photo, and Photo District News.

Third Prize
• Summer Internship at Magnum Photos.
• Adobe CS4 Design Standard. For the Pros. Valued at $1,400
• A one year subscription to Aperture, American Photo, and Photo District News.


What should you do next? Make note of the deadline, and Download the PDF containing this year's poster with the rules and prizes here, and the PDF entry form here.
DEADLINE: Monday, March 29, 2010
QUESTIONS? Send them to photos@spd.org

It's all just a few clicks away! Fame, glory, software, hardware and more!

Atlanta Photography Group




APG Web Site: www.apgphoto.org

Contact: EmergingVisions@infolab.net