Tag: call for proposals
“We are thrilled to announce that we will be celebrating our 5th year in our home on the Brooklyn Waterfront and we will be centrally located in the Brooklyn Bridge Plaza directly under the iconic bridge in DUMBO! There will be containers! exhibitions! talks & workshops! Our Smorgasburg Beer Garden with night time events, and this year we will be more immersed throughout the park than ever before – giving our photographers and partners even more exposure to the masses!
We are working with some of our great partners from years past as well as some “new blood” – but we’re always looking for new programming partners to join our PHOTOVILLE family, so we’ve reserved a few containers just for that!
From now till May 20, we will be accepting proposals and if a project seems like it would be a good fit within the land of PHOTOVILLE, we will reach out to discuss how to make it all work financially (rental & production expenses), logistically, and most importantly, creatively!”
For further details and the proposal submission form visit: https://form.jotform.com/60035563250143.
Society for Photographic Education
Call for Submissions: 2013 National Conference Proposals
Deadline: Friday, June 1, 2012
“SPE is accepting proposals for the 50th annual SPE national conference Conferring Significance: Celebrating Photography’s Continuum, March 7-10, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois.
Proposals topics are not required to be theme-based, and may include but are not limited to, imagemaking, history, contemporary theory and criticism, multidisciplinary approaches, new technologies, effects of media and culture, educational issues, funding, and presentations of work in photography, film, video, performance and installation.
Current SPE members are eligible to submit a proposal for consideration. Individuals who have presented at two SPE national conferences since 2010 (Philadelphia) are not eligible. To join SPE visit https://www.spenational.org/members/join
Presentation Format Descriptions
- Graduate Student – short presentation of your own artistic work and a brief introduction to your graduate program (must be enrolled in graduate program at time of submission)
- Imagemaker – presentation on your own artistic work
- Lecture – presentation on historical topic, theory, or another artist’s work
- Panel – a group led by a moderator to discuss a chosen topic
- Teaching and Learning (new category this year!) – presentations, workshops, demos that addresses educational issues, including teaching resources and strategies (syllabi, videos, assignments, readings, class prep/setup, and power point presentations); curricula to serve diverse artists and changing student populations; seeking promotion and tenure; avoiding burnout, and professional exchange.
Women’s Studio Workshop offers a six- to eight-week residency for an artist working in printmaking, papermaking, photography, book arts, or ceramics. This residency supports the creation of a new body of work in one of WSW’s studio disciplines.
The grant includes a $2,000 artists’ stipend, up to $500 for materials to be used for the project at WSW, travel stipend, housing and unlimited studio use. The artist will be provided with technical advice and assistance in production. WSW welcomes applications from artists in all stages of their careers. This Request for Proposal is a two-step juried process, working with outside funding sources. WSW selects the artist, then sends their work to appropriate funders for final approval. WSW has a successful track record with funders for this project.
Application must include:
- The application form
- A one sentence summary of your project followed by a half page (12 point type or larger please) description of the project you propose to work on at WSW.
- CD with ten images of recent work and a slide script that includes title, media, dimension and date. Please format and name images as specified on our FAQ sheet (wsworkshop.org/_art_opp/faqs.htm).
- S.A.S.E. for return of materials
Grant recipients are notified by June 30.
Open Society Foundations
Call for Proposals: Documentary Photography Audience Engagement Grant
A Grant to Encourage New Ways of Presenting Documentary Photography to the Public
Deadline: May 23, 2011, 5:00 pm (EST)
“The Audience Engagement Grant (formerly called the Distribution Grant) supports photographers to take an existing body of work on a social justice or human rights issue and devise an innovative way of using that work as a catalyst for social change. We are interested in well-designed projects that inspire audiences visually and create meaningful interactions with photographic content.
Projects should combine existing bodies of work with programming or tools that give viewers a deeper, more nuanced understanding of issues and empower them to participate in the process of improving their own or others’ realities. Projects should also include a partnership between a photographer and an organization that combines expertise in documentary photography with experience working on the topic or community the project addresses.”
Five to eight grants of $5,000 to $30,000 will be awarded.
Postmark Deadline: Monday, April 18, 2011
“CCNY hosts four guest-curated exhibitions each year, inviting thoughtful artists and curators to propose new and dynamic exhibition ideas for our gallery. CCNY is especially interested in proposals that enrich the broader photographic community, and is very open to working in affiliation with other venues. more»
Curators are encouraged to review CCNY’s mission before submitting a proposal, and to carefully consider the size of CCNY’s gallery (approx 330 square feet, with three walls totaling approx. 49 feet). Curators may submit more than one proposal if desired. Proposals including the curator’s own work are not eligible.
Interested emerging and established curators should submit the following:
• Proposal: general curatorial concept (no more than 500 words)
• Sample images: works proposed for the exhibition (2-3 images per artist for a group show, 3-5 images for a solo show); images should be saved as .jpgs, 4’x6’ at 300 dpi
• Names and websites of the artists included in your proposal
• Curator’s bio and resume
• Curator’s contact information including phone, address, email and website (if available)”
Send proposals via email or mail to:
Camera Club of New York (CCNY)
336 West 37th Street
Suite 206, New York, NY 10018