Center for Creative Photography | Tucson Museum of Art | Tucson Rocks!
Saturday, October 22, 2011
This Saturday is all about Rock and Roll in Tucson with the exhibition Who Shot Rock and Roll: A Photographic History 1955 to the Present opening at the Tucson Museum of Art. With lectures at CCP and a party at the museum, this will surely be an opening reception to remember. These events are part of the Tucson Rocks! city wide fall events focused on Rock and Roll and the arts. The exhibition will be up at TMA from October 23rd to January 15, 2012. Hope you can make it out and Party Like a Rock Star.
CCP Auditorium – 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Rock the Date: Lecture and Book Signing
1:00, Artist talk by Lynn Goldsmith
“Goldsmith plunged into the music scene in the late 1960s, filming concerts, directing documentaries, songwriting, photographing, and befriending some of the artists she photographed. Goldsmith gives us the insider’s view of the musicians at the center of punk, alternative, commercial pop and the exclusive world of the super stars of rock. Her portraits of music legends including The Police, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Kiss, Keith Richards, and Bruce Springsteen, reflect her personal experiences and are notable for their intimacy and humor.” Goldsmith’s work is currently up at Etherton Gallery with Baron Wolman for the exhibition Rockin’ the Desert.
2:00, Lecture by Exhibition Curator, Gail Buckland
“Distinguished Visiting Professor Gail Buckland is the former Olympus Visiting Professor of the History of Photography at The Cooper Union, New York City where she has taught since 1979. In 1991 she held the Nobel Chair in Art and Cultural History at Sarah Lawrence College. She has also taught at Columbia College, Chicago and Pratt Institute, Brooklyn. These lectures will be followed by a book signing.“
Tucson Museum of Art – 8:00 pm to midnight
Art After Dark: Party Like a Rockstar
Admission: $10 | free for museum members
For the party there will be: a karaoke lounge, guitar pick making, live screen printing by the Gloo Factory, Guitar Hero ‘jam out’ station, Omer Kreso’s photo booth, Heather Woodrich – live VJ’ing, cash bars, café a la c’art, satyr entertainment, and a costume contest. Plus: The Modeens, guest DJ’s Angie Bowie & Chick Casman, and Silverfox.
“This Bootcamp will cover the legal and business issues that affect individual artists of all arts disciplines and individuals within arts institutions.
Sessions will include:
- Intellectual Property
- Contract Essentials and Negotiation Skills
- For-Profit, Non-Profit, Fiscal Sponsorship Models
- Considerations for Documentary and Fact-Based Projects
Who Should Attend
Individual artists of all arts disciplines and individuals within arts institutions. Cultural organizations, recently admitted attorneys, and other professionals who represent artists should also benefit from this program.
Artists and Arts Organization Representatives:
$149 Artists and Students | $250 Arts Organizations | $250 YAM’s and All You Can Learn Pass Holders
$325 All Lawyers
For their financial aid policy and application, click here.
Registration must be completed by October 27th; registration will not be accepted at the event. Click here to download the registration form.”
The session will be held at:
Herrick, Feinstein LLP
2 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10016 [map]
Filter Photo Festival
October 12-16, 2011
The Filter Photo Festival in Chicago started today. They have many great workshops, lectures, portfolio reviews and exhibitions planned for the weekend. If you are in the area, you must make it out to some of the festivities if not all. Many lectures are free and open to the public; see the calendar of events for details. Also, there are a few single portfolio reviews still available, click here.
MVS will also be participating in the Festival by leading a panel discussion, participating in the portfolio reviews on Saturday & Sunday, and giving a lecture on Sunday.
Panel Discussion: Standing Out From the Rest: Presenting Your Work to Industry Professionals
Thursday, October 14th
The panel discussion will begin after Anthony Bannon’s lecture on Siskind and Callahan which starts at 4:00.
Panelists include: Catherine Edelman, Karen Irvine, Nathan Mason, , and Nicole Radja. Details »
Lecture: To Be Published or Self-Publish? Options for Artists
Sunday, October 16th at 6:00 pm
MVS will discuss both traditional publishing and self-publishing options available today towards helping you determine which path is right for you and your project. Details »
The Print Center
86th Annual International Competition: Photography
Juror: Jennifer Blessing, Curator of Photography, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Deadline: Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Fees: $45 | $60 outside US | $5 for members, for 5 images
For non-members the submission fee includes a 1 year membership to the Print Center
“The Print Center’s Annual International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest competitions in the United States. Alternating yearly between printmaking and photography, it provides a unique opportunity for local, national and international artists to compete in a forum which emphasizes individual talent and expressiveness. The Print Center is particularly interested in highlighting artists who utilize photography in intriguing ways, both in terms of content of the imagery and process in which it was made. Artists whose work pushes the boundaries of traditional photographic practice are encouraged to enter.
Awards + Prizes
A purchase award for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, up to $3,000 in purchase, cash and material prizes and a two-year contract from The Print Center Gallery Store. Selected artists included in the online exhibition are eligible to receive all awards. Three artists will be chosen to mount solo exhibitions at The Print Center, which will take place January – March, 2013; those artists will receive a $200 honorarium. (Pending funding, especially for international artists, this amount may increase.)
An online exhibition on The Print Center’s website will highlight the selected artists and will include all images submitted by those artists, biographical information and links to artists’ own websites. A group of ten finalists will have more extensive information on the site, with additional images and supporting commentary from the juror and/or The Print Center’s Curator.
The competition is open to all artists. All forms of art are acceptable as long as photography is a critical component of the work. Work submitted must have been completed in the last three years. Up to five images may be submitted and only one entry per person.
Submissions are accepted online only at Slide Room.
October 7th, Edinboro, PA: Opening Reception for “Honoring Insight” work by LaToya Ruby Frazier and Kathe Kowalski
Bruce Gallery at Edinboro University
Work by Kathe Kowalski and LaToya Ruby Frazier, Honoring Insight: The Impact of Kathe Kowalski
Opening Reception: Friday, October 7, 2011, 5:00-7:00 pm
The exhibition will be on view until October 27, 2011
“This exhibition pairs LaToya Ruby Frazier‘s work with that of one of her Edinboro mentors, the late Kathe Kowalski who greatly influenced Frazier as a student. The deeply personal narrative style that Kowalski imparted to Frazier is evident in the interplay of the photos of each artist. Selections from Kowalski’s estate come courtesy of the Erie Art Museum. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog from Bruce Gallery Press.”
“Author, curator and faculty member Susan Bright interviews author, curator, collector and fellow faculty member Bill Hunt about his new book The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious (Aperture 2011). In addition to the book, their conversation focuses on photographs and ideas that didn’t make it into The Unseen Eye, Hunt’s life as a collector and the passion he has for photography as a non-practioner.”
School of Visual Arts Theatre
333 23rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, New York
“On the 40th anniversary of the artist’s death, SVA and Aperture present A Slide Show and Talk by Diane Arbus, a rare screening of a historic 1970 slide presentation given by the legendary photographer Diane Arbus where she discusses her work and her motivations. The presentation will be accompanied by a screening of the short documentary Who is Marvin Israel? (2005), an examination of the life of designer Marvin Israel, a friend of Arbus and an influence in her work.”
School of Visual Arts Theatre
333 23rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, New York
Printed Matter, Inc. presents NY Art Book Fair
Preview: September 29, 2011, 6:00-9:00 pm
September 30 – October 2, 2011, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm daily
Free and open to the public.
“Printed Matter, Inc. presents the sixth annual NY Art Book Fair. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 29th. Free and open to the public, and featuring more than 200 exhibitors, the NY Art Book Fair is the world’s premier event for artists’ books, contemporary art catalogs and monographs, art periodicals, and artists’ zines. Exhibitors include international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, artists and independent publishers from more than twenty countries.”
Registration is now open for the Society for Photographic Education’s Northeast and Southwest regional conferences. MVS will be giving presentations at both events; please see MVS ON THE ROAD for those details.
SPE Southwest: Photographic Truths & Other Illusions
November 11-13, 2011
Click here for details and to register. There is an attendance cap of 200 at this conference; registration prices will increase on October 16th.