November 3 in NYC: Discussion with Fine Art Bloggers sponsored by ASMP NY

from ASMP NY‘s Susan May Tell on a great event on Wednesday night in NYC:

“ASMPNY’s Fine Art Conversations Series – Panel with Influential Fine Art Photography Bloggers!

Do you want your photography blogged about by influential Fine Art Photography Bloggers? Then this event is for you!

When:    November 3, 2010

Where:   Soho Photo 15 White Street

Time:    Doors and registration open 6:30pm

Panel Discussion 7-9:00pm

Fine art photography blogs have changed the landscape for sharing and reviewing work. Blogs are more personal and idiosyncratic while attracting a wide audience, and doing so more quickly and inexpensively.  Photographers no longer have to wait for a review of a bricks-and-mortar exhibition by a very small group of print publications. The objective of this night is to inform photographers about fine art photography blogging:

-how the blog came into being

-how the blog differs from photography covered in a print edition (if there is one)

-what bloggers like (or don’t) about blogging

-advantages and disadvantages about blogging

-who is the audience for the blog

-how work is chosen for the blog

-how bloggers like (or don’t) to be contacted by photographers, agents or galleries

-how blogging has impacted fine art photography (or not)

Panelists: read their full bios here

– ELIZABETH AVEDON – has received recognition for her curatorial work, exhibition design and publishing projects, and worked with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Random House, and was the Gallery Director for Photo-Eye Gallery

– A. D. COLEMAN – the first photography critic for the NY Times, first Art Critic’s Fellowship from the NEA, and named one of The Top 100 People in Photography by American Photo Magazine

– STELLA KRAMER – two-time Pulitzer Prize winner while at the NY Times and also the recipient of the Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography

– RUBEN NATAL-SAN MIGUEL – art collector, curator and photographer involved with many art, not-for-profit, organizations like ACRIA, Printed Matter, Aperture Foundation, AIDS Chicago, and the Humble Arts Foundation

Moderated by ASMPNY’s Fine Art Chair Susan May Tell

RSVP here

Member:          Free

Non-member:   $25

Student*:          $5

*May be asked to show student id

Limited seating available – so please reserve your space early

Feel free to email Susan May Tell, if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you!”


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