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May 4th, NYC: LIVE from the NYPL: Bruce Davidson | Matt Dillon

New York Public Library
LIVE from the NYPL: Bruce Davidson | Matt Dillon
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 7:00–9:00 PM
Tickets: $25

“For over half a century, Bruce Davidson has documented the landscape of human life through the lens of his camera. He comes to LIVE in celebration of the publication of Bruce Davidson: Magnum Legacy, the authoritative text on his career, vision, and influence, written by photography critic Vicki Goldberg. Joining him on stage is actor Matt Dillon, a great admirer and collector of Davidson’s work.”

Celeste Bartos Forum, NYPL
42nd Street between 5th and 6th Avenues
New York, NY 10018

Deadline June 1st: PhotoWings Flash Grants 2016

PhotoWings
Call for Submissions: Flash Grants 2016
Deadline: Wednesday, June 1, 2016

“Our photographic world is so dynamic and is changing almost by the minute. In a world where everyone’s a photographer and photography is so ubiquitous, the potential for utilizing photography in innovative ways is daunting, exciting and unlimited.

At PhotoWings, we work hard to explore creative and thoughtful ways to utilize photography across disciplines, cultures and generations to further deep thinking and communication.  Photographs can help build 21st century skills and encourage social emotional learning (SEL).

We’ve had extraordinary success finding like-minded partners to help further our mission and would now like to engage the AshokaSPE, and other educator communities for your ideas. We are purposely making our Flash Grants “up to” $1000 and “up to” $5000 each based on the (depth-reach-complexity-budget) of the applications we receive. We’d like to receive your input on any scale—from a one-off idea to a full-blown project. PhotoWings has supported the creation of toolkits or curricula related to important photography projects that have demonstrated the potential to impact many people and create ripples. The idea is to not only make an impact, but to create something that can be replicated, adapted or serve as inspiration for a new project.

Category One
Up to $1000 for an idea or curriculum that utilizes content from the PhotoWings website.

Category Two
Up to $5000 to fund a photography project that is cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural and/or intergenerational.”

For the complete prospectus and to apply visit: http://photowings.org/flashgrants/.
Or download a PDF of the prospectus here.

Deadline Extended to May 13th: THE LOOK3 FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIP for Emerging Photographers

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph | PhotoShelter
Call for Submissions: THE LOOK3 FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIP for Emerging Photographers
Deadline Extended: Friday, May 13, 2016 at midnight EST

PhotoShelter, the leader in websites and business tools for photographers, is excited to present two grants to emerging photographers to attend LOOK3 in Charlottesville, VA June 13 – 19, 2016.

The grant includes:

To qualify, participants must be working photographers who have been shooting on their own professionally (i.e. being paid for their work) for eight years or less.

To apply, submit up to a 300 word essay that:

  • Describes your academic/photographic accomplishments
  • States your goals for your photography career
  • Explains why attending LOOK3 will help you achieve your goals

Please also include:

  • Your name, where you live, your age, and the year you began shooting on your own professionally.
  • A link to your online portfolio.

All submissions should be sent to marketing@photoshelter.com.

Note:  If you have already registered for the event and/or made travel plans, you are still eligible! We will take care of reimbursements if provided with receipts.”

Deadline June 3rd: Eddie Adams Workshop

Eddie Adams Workshop: Barnstorm XXIX
Deadline: Friday, June 3, 2016

Fee: $45 (extended deadline June 8th +$5)

“The Eddie Adams Workshop is an intense four-day gathering of the top professionals in photojournalism, along with 100 carefully selected students. The Workshop’s purpose is to create a forum in which an exchange of ideas, techniques, and philosophies can be shared between both established members and newcomers of the profession of picture journalism. The Workshop is tuition-free, and 100 students are accepted based on the merit of their portfolios from a pool of college students, professionals with 3 years or less experience, and U.S. military photographers.”

This year’s workshop will be October 7–10, 2016 in Jeffersonville, New York.

For FAQs and to apply visit https://eddieadams.ipnservices.com.

Deadline May 9th: Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize

Duke University | Center for Documentary Studies
Call for Submissions: Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize
Deadline: Monday, May 9, 2016
Fee: $65

“First announced in 1990, the Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize was created by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University to encourage collaboration between documentary writers and photographers in the tradition of the acclaimed photographer Dorothea Lange and writer and social scientist Paul Taylor. In 1941 Lange and Taylor published An American Exodus, a book that renders human experience eloquently in text and images and remains a seminal work in documentary studies.

In 2011, in recognition of the changing environment in which documentary artists conduct their work, the Center for Documentary Studies decided to reframe the prize guidelines. The re-launched Lange-Taylor Prize supports artists, working alone or in teams, who are involved in extended, ongoing fieldwork projects that rely on and exploit, in intriguing and effective ways, the interplay of words and images in the creation and presentation of their work. The idea of “writing” has been expanded to allow words to be represented by audio and video or used in graphic novel format. As in the past, edited oral histories, creative narratives, and poetry (that is both personal and social) are also encouraged.

The winner receives $10,000, features in Center for Documentary Studies’ print and digital publications, and inclusion in the Archive of Documentary Arts at Rubenstein Library, Duke University.

Eligibility
The Lange-Taylor Prize is open to documentary artists of any age and nationality who are involved in extended, ongoing fieldwork projects that rely on and exploit, in intriguing and effective ways, the interplay of words and images in the creation and presentation of their work. Single artists as well as collaborative teams are eligible.

Submission Guidelines
Applicants upload portfolio and submit payment online to http://dukearts.slideroom.com:

  • 

Applicants may submit a portfolio of any combination of the below, for a maximum of 20 uploads:
    • Up to 19 images (photographs/graphics + text) in digital format from an ongoing project (jpg/pdf). Please label images with captions, to include title, year, format. and/or
    • Up to 15-pages of double-spaced writing (edited oral history, descriptive narrative, poetry) from an ongoing project in pdf format. Please include name, address, telephone number, and email address on the first page.
      Note: In the case of a combined pdf of writing and photographs, the document should include no more than 19 images and no more than the equivalent of 15 pages of double-spaced writing.  and/or

    • Up to 10 minutes total of time-based media (whether audio, narrated slide show, video) (mp3/mp4/mov) from an ongoing project. Please label uploads with title, year, format. SlideRoom can also accept links to YouTube/Vimeo.
  • 1-page project description (pdf). Please provide context for the material you are submitting—the nature, duration, and future of the project, where and when the submitted work was made, and your ultimate intentions for the work. How will winning the Lange-Taylor Prize further your work on this project?
  • 1-page statement (pdf) that addresses the use and relationship of words and images in your work. If your project combines audio recordings, text, photographs, and video, for instance, please submit a sample of each and address how these elements “rely on and exploit, in intriguing and effective ways, the interplay of words and images in the creation and presentation” of your work. How is this interplay advantageous in fulfilling the goals of your documentary project?
  • 1-page biography or C.V. for each project partner (pdf).”

For the full prospectus visit: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/awards/dorothea-lange-paul-taylor-prize.

Tucson, April 23rd: Gallery Tour with Rebecca Senf & Film Screening of “Kandahar Journals”

Center for Creative Photography
Saturday, April 23, 2016

1:00 PM – Gallery Tour with Chief Curator Rebecca Senf
“Rebecca (Becky) Senf, chief curator of the Center for Creative Photography, will give a tour of The Lives of Pictures: Forty Years of Collecting at the Center for Creative Photography, currently on view in the CCP galleries. She will give her personal take on the show, sharing the stories of some of her favorite artworks and giving attendees a behind-the-scenes look at how the exhibition was conceived and produced.”

2:00 PM – Film Screening of Louie Palu’s “Kandahar Journals”
Louie Palu, award-winning documentary photographer and filmmaker, will be in attendance for the screening of his new film, “Kandahar Journals,” which addresses the impossibility of conveying the reality of war through photographs. This film is shown as part of the Arizona International Film Festival. Click here for trailer and details.”

Center for Creative Photography
CCP Auditorium & Gallery
1030 N. Olive Road
Tucson, Arizona

Deadline May 6th: Prix VIRGINIA International Photography Prize for Women

Prix VIRGINIA International Photography Prize for Women
Deadline: Friday, May 6, 2016

“The Prix VIRGINIA is organized by the Association SYLVIA S. It recognizes the work of a woman photographer.

It is awarded in accordance with the following rules:

The Prix VIRGINIA, awarded every other year, beginning in 2012, is open to all living professional women photographers, regardless of age or nationality, with the exception of photojournalisms and advertising. Photographs submitted for the Prix VIRGINIA must not have been exhibited in France. Requests for assistance with projects, reporting, or exhibitions will not be considered.

The Jury is composed of eight key cultural figures who deliberate and designate the Winner. Members serve one two-year term, with the exception of the President and a representative of M, the magazine of le Monde.

Awards

  • 10,000€ from the Association SYLVIA S.
  • Publication of the winner’s work in M, the magazine of Le Monde.
  • Be-pôles, which publishes the collection Portraits de Villes will offer the winner carte blanche to photography the city of her choice.
  • Exhibition in L’Espace photographique de l’Hôtel de Sauroy in Paris, supported by the generous partnership of he lab Central Dupon Images.
  • L’Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe publishes in its season program the work of one of the 11 photographers selected by the Jury.
  • Editions Filigranes publishes a box-book with the winner’s and the Jury’s choice photographies.

All informational and promotional materials used during these exhibitions and publications must include the mention “© Prix VIRGINIA 2016”.

The Winner will be announced during a formal, public ceremony by the President of the Jury at a date announced after the deliberations in Paris, in the presence of the Winner, the Jury, and the media.”

For the complete prospectus and to apply visit: http://www.prixvirginia.com.

Deadline May 24th: Magnum Photography Awards 2016

Magnum Photos | LensCulture
Call for Entries: Magnum Photography Awards 2016
Deadline: Tuesday, May 24, 2016

“LensCulture and legendary photography agency Magnum Photos are joining forces to produce one of the best opportunities for photographers all over the world to be recognized and rewarded for their talent.

2017 marks a significant year for Magnum as they celebrate 70 years since four pioneering photographers toasted the conception of an independent photo agency. This landmark anniversary will be marked by a series of international events, projects and partnerships, with an emphasis on the agency’s digital presence and the photography community at large.

Ahead of the anniversary celebrations, Magnum Photos and LensCulture invite you to enter our inaugural Magnum Photography Awards, an international call to discover the best photographers from all over the world. Our distinguished jury will select 12 Winners and 20 Finalists from Documentary, Street, Portrait, Fine Art, Photojournalism and Open categories. In addition, the jury will select 7 photographers as “Jurors’ Picks” and give out 5 “Student Spotlight” awards to young, up-and-coming talents.

Winners, finalists and top-rated photographers will gain access to an unprecedented level of global exposure and recognition from two of the largest organizations in the photo industry, with a combined audience of over 4 million.

Submissions
There are three ways to enter.

  • Series, $60: For a related series of 10 photos reviewed as one entry. Submission should work together as a group, thematically or aesthetically.
  • 5+ Singles, $50: For 5 single photos reviewed as 5 separate entries. You can add more photos for $10 each up to the deadline.
  • Single, $10: For 1 single photo and $10 for each additional photo

Awards

  • Series Awards:
    – $2,000 for each winning Series in the following categories:
    – Documentary, Portrait, Street, Photojournalism, Fine Art and Open
  • Single Image Awards:
    – $1,000 for each winning Single Image in the following categories:
    – Documentary, Portrait, Street, Photojournalism, Fine Art and Open

For the full prospectus and to apply visit: https://www.lensculture.com/magnum-photography-awards-2016.

Deadline April 30th: The 15th Annual Inge Morath Award

Magnum Foundation | Inge Morath Foundation
Call for Submissions: The 15th Annual Inge Morath Award
Deadline:
Saturday, April 30, 2016

“The Magnum Foundation and the Inge Morath Foundation announce the 15th annual Inge Morath Award. The annual award of $5,000 is given to a female photographer under the age of 30, to support the completion of a long-term documentary project. One award winner and up to two finalists are selected by a jury composed of Magnum photographers and the director of the Inge Morath Foundation.

Project Presentation 

  • Your submission must be delivered as a PDF file. (How do I create a PDF with a Mac? How do I create a PDF with a PC?)
  • The first page of your PDF should show your name and the title of your project. Each subsequent page should present a single photograph (unless groups of images are required) with caption (if relevant), using the full frame of the PDF page.
  • Please do NOT format your PDF as a slideshow. Also, please do not password-protect your file.

Image Specifications

  • Your image submission must include 40 – 60 photographs (1200 pixels on the longest side @ 150 DPI saved as a JPEG compression at 8 minimum).
  • Create a folder containing your individual images. Please use numbered filenames indicating the image sequence, with the number coming first in the file name and then last name; for example: 01_Smith, 02_Smith, 03_Smith etc. (use only two digit numbers; 01, 02, 03, etc.).

Required Support Material

  • Project description. This should describe the project and how the Award will be used to complete work on the project.
  • Curriculum Vitae (maximum three pages) including name, email address, telephone number, and mailing address.
  • Scan of ID clearly showing date of birth. All applicants must be under the age of 30 on April 30th, 2016 (in other words, if April 30th is your birthday, and you’re turning 30, then you’re no longer eligible to submit a proposal).”

For the full prospectus and to submit visit https://ingemorath.submittable.com/submit.

April 8th, San Francisco: Artist Talk by Janet Delaney with Introductory Presentation by Paccarick Orue

PhotoAlliance
Artist Talk by Janey Delaney with Introductory Presentation by Paccarick Orue
Friday, April 8, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Tickets at the door or online: $10 general | $5 students with ID

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© 2016 Janey Delaney

Janet Delaney is a fine art photographer who focuses her attention on the urban-scape.  Most recently she has been documenting the changes taking place in the SoMa district of San Francisco.

Delaney has received three National Endowment for the Arts Grants and the Phelan Award. Her photographs are in collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, the de Young Museum, and the Pilara Foundation among others. Her work has been shown both nationally and internationally. In late 2013 She published South of Market with Mack of London. This work, done between 1978 and 1986, was exhibited in a one-person show at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, in 2015. For fifteen years she held the position of adjunct lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley and in 2015 taught in the undergraduate and graduate programs at the San Francisco Art Institute.”

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© 2016 Paccarik Orue

Paccarik Orue was born and raised in Lima, Peru and resides in San Francisco, California where he earned a BFA from the Academy of Art University. His work has been shown at Blue Sky Gallery, Rayko Photo Center, SF Camerawork, Book & Job Gallery, Contemporary Art Center New Orleans, SOMArts and it has been featured in PDN, Juxtapox, The New York Times, KQED, Conscientious, Nueva Luz, Lenscratch among others. He was selected by PDN as one of the 30 Emerging Photographers to Watch in 2016 and has been awarded En Foco’s New Works Photography Fellowship Award (2013-2014.) Orue’s first monograph, There Is Nothing Beautiful Around Here, was published by Owl & Tiger Books in 2012.”

San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall
800 Chestnut Street  (at Jones Street)
San Francisco, CA 94133 [map]

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