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January 8th, LA: The Business of Photography in the Art World

American Photographic Artists, Los Angeles
The Business of Photography in the Art World
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at 6:00 pm

“The fine art photography world is unique territory that requires a very specific skill set. Learn what contemporary galleries look for and how they select artist for representation. This informative event could help you realize your dreams as a fine artist and perhaps turn your passion into a full time career.

Join APA LA and photography gallerists Craig Krull (Craig Krull Gallery), Hannah Sloan (ROSEGALLERY), Photographer Scott Davis, (Scott Davis Photography) Edward Robinson (independent curator) and Michael Dawson (private photo dealer and founder Classic Photographs LA) as we explore the unique world of the fine art photography business.

This event is free to APA member, rsvp to director@apa-la.com. Non member fee $30, register here.”

Schedule
6:00 pm networking and light meal
7:00 pm presentation

ROSEGALLERY
2525 Michigan Ave G5
Santa Monica, California  [map]

APA/Lucie Foundation Scholarship Program

American Photographic Artists | Lucie Foundation
$5,000 Photography Scholarship
Submission opens November 1, 2011, the deadline is April 30, 2012
Submission is free.

“The APA/Lucie Foundation Scholarship is available to a deserving established professional photographer for a specific project in the amount of $5,000 through its partnership with the Lucie Foundation. APA desires to support and encourage growth and professional development, and is excited to partner with the Lucie Foundation for the 2012 grant cycle to show its commitment to advancing professional photography.”¬† This is the first year they are offering the award.

Professional photographers interested in applying for the scholarship will be asked to write a one-page description of the project for which they are seeking funding.

Submission Requirements
Please read the following information carefully to make sure your application material is complete. Incomplete applications will not be considered:

1. Project Proposal. This proposal should include the following:

-Project Start and End Dates
-Desired Disbursement Dates (at least two)
-250 word description of your project
-Your Plan for completing the project (i.e. how you intend to approach the project and how you intend to use the scholarship money)
-Five Project Deliverables (e.g. 20 prints of existing work), listed in order from most to least pertinent and immediate to the project.

2. A one-page biography and/or CV
3. Twenty digital images.

Applications are only being accepted online here. 

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