Tag: New Orleans Photo Alliance

August 4th, New Orleans: Bookmaking Workshop with Frank Hamrick

New Orleans Photo Alliance
Bookmaking Workshop with Frank Hamrick
Saturday, August 4, 2012, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Students in this workshop will learn to construct two different book structures: the hard bound pamphlet binding and the Japanese bound book. Students will learn which structures are best for presenting your work while considering the tools and equipment you possess at home to later make your own books of content. Students will learn to use materials such as various weights of paper, Canapetta book cloth, Davy binders book board, Irish linen thread and PVA glue.

Workshop cost is:
$30.00 for members
$50.00 for non-members
$75.00 for non membes that wish to join NOPA (includes workshop fee and discounted membership)”

For further details and to register for the workshop, click here.

Deadline July 20th: Clarence John Laughlin Award

New Orleans Photo Alliance
Call for Submissions: Clarence John Laughlin Award
Deadline: Friday, July 20, 2012
Application fee: $25 + NOPA membership, $60

“The Clarence John Laughlin Award was created by the New Orleans Photo Alliance to support the work of photographers who use the medium as a means of creative expression. It honors the life and work of Clarence John Laughlin (1905-1985), a New Orleans photographer best known for his surrealist images of the American South. The Clarence John Laughlin Award grants one $5000 prize annually to a photographer whose work exhibits sustained artistic excellence and creative vision.

Eligibility
Both emerging and established photographers residing in the U.S. may apply. The New Orleans Photo Alliance invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to apply. Still images made from all photographic processes, both traditional and digital will be considered. There are no restrictions on subject matter or genres. Traditional, contemporary, avant-garde, creative and experimental works that include old and new processes, mixed techniques, and challenging personal and emotional statements are all welcome. Still photography or photographic techniques should be integral to the works submitted.

Juror
Deborah Klochko, Director, Museum of Photographic Arts

Submission Guidelines

    1. $25 application fee, to be directed through Paypal immediately after your application has been successfully uploaded.
    2. A portfolio of 10 – 20 images.  Images can originate in any format but must be submitted digitally through our online application process.
    3. Each image submitted should be in jpeg format, 12 inches on the longer side, sized at 72 pixels per inch, saved at the highest setting available (usually 10 or 12). Name your files with your last name then first name and image title using underscores to separate. Example: Doe_Jane_ImageTitle.jpg
    4. Each image submitted will also require a title, dimensions, materials (specifying print medium, i.e. toned silver gelatin print) and year created.  Each image file and its accompanying information will be entered and uploaded one at a time.  You will have the opportunity to review and rearrange the sequence of your portfolio after all files have been uploaded.
    5. A concise description of work, limited to 260 characters maximum, which will be visible to the juror alongside your image portfolio.
    6. A written statement explaining your images, process and intent, 500 words maximum.  A Word document should be copied and pasted into the appropriate area at the beginning of the application form.
    7. Biography or resume/CV.  A Word document file should be copied and pasted into the appropriate area at the beginning of the application form.”

Visit NOPA’s website for the full prospectus and to apply online.

Kael Alford Wins the 2012 Michael P. Smith Fund For Documentary Photography Grant

© 2012 Kael Alford

New Orleans Photo Alliance

Congratulations to Kael Alford for winning the 2012 Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography Grant.  To learn more about his project and proposal and to read the juror, Brett Abbott’s, essay, click here.

“Congratulations to all of the 2012 finalists for the Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography: Jeremiah Ariaz, David Armentor, Lizzie Chen, Dennis Church, Jennifer Kaczmarek, Tomas Montoya, Raymond Thompson, MaryLou Uttermohlen, Michel Varisco, and Monique Verdin. Learn more about their work and their projects here.”

June 29th, New Orleans: Lecture by Scott Dalton

© 2012 Scott Dalton

New Orleans Photo Alliance
Lecture by Scott Dalton
Thursday, June 29, 2012 at 7:00 pm

Scott Dalton, winner of the 2011 Michael P. Smith Fund For Documentary Photography grant, will present his award-winning project So Close, So Far: Daily Life and Cartel Violence in Ciudad Juárez.

Dalton’s project explores daily life in the border city of Ciudad Juárez, a city in the midst of a vicious cartel drug war. Averaging over 3,000 murders a year, Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, has become one of the most dangerous cities on earth.

Tom Rankin, the Director of the Center for Documentary Studies, writes, ‘Scott Dalton’s images reveal the hard edges of conflict while also illuminating the eloquent textures of ordinary life. Dalton’s images suggest the sense of loss that relentless violence so firmly delivers.’”

New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St. Mary Street
New Orleans, Louisiana  [map]

June 30th, New Orleans: “Build Your Community, Fund Your Projects!” Grants Workshop with Lori Waselchuk

New Orleans Photo Alliance
Build Your Community, Fund Your Projects!
Grants Workshop with Lori Waselchuk
Saturday, June 30, 2012, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Fee: $5 NOPA Members | $10 General Public (includes pizza lunch).  Advance registration preferred.

“The New Orleans Photo Alliance will host a grant workshop for individual artists. Lori Waselchuk, an award-winning photographer and recipient of several regional and international grants, will lead a workshop that will cover three stages of grant-writing: preparation, proposal development and follow-up. Waselchuk will talk about her own experiences, local and national grant opportunities, and about building partnerships for projects and seeking non-traditional funding”

New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St. Mary Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130  [map]

Deadline March 30th: Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography

New Orleans Photo Alliance
Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography
Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2012, midnight CDT
Application fee $25 + NOPA membership $35 = $60

“The Michael P. Smith Fund For Documentary Photography (MPS Fund) was created by the New Orleans Photo Alliance to honor the life and work of Michael P. Smith, one of New Orleans’ most legendary and beloved documentary photographers.  The MPS Fund awards one $5000 grant annually to a Gulf Coast photographer whose work combines artistic excellence and a sustained commitment to a long-term cultural documentary project.  Both emerging and established photographers residing in the Gulf Coast states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida are eligible to apply. The subject matter for the proposed project is not limited to the Gulf Coast region.

Application Requirements

  1. A portfolio of 20 to 25 images. These images can originate in any format, but you must submit them digitally via the online application process (opens February 1, 2012).
  2. Each image file must be in jpeg format at 72 dpi and 720 pixels wide (10 in). Save your images at the highest setting available (usually 10 or 12). Name your files with your last name, then first name and a title. Use an underscore to separate the names and title. At the end of the file name, add a sequence number starting with 01. Example: Doe_Jane_The Farm_01.jpg, Doe_Jane_The Farm_02.jpg, Doe_Jane_The Farm_03.jpg. You must add caption information and the year that you created the image. Enter and upload each image file and its accompanying information one at a time. After you have uploaded all of the files, you will be able to review and rearrange the sequence of your portfolio.
  3. A concise description of your work (2-4 sentences), limited to 260 characters maximum, which the jurors will see alongside your portfolio. The short description will be asked for near the end of your entry process. It is not the project proposal.
  4. A written proposal of not more than 500 words, explaining your project’s scope and significance. Please include your plans on how you would use the grant. A Word document should be copied and pasted into the ‘Statement’ box at the beginning of the application form.
  5. A biography or resume/CV of not more than 500 words, describing awards, publications and other career highlights. A Word document file should be copied and pasted into the ‘Resume’ box at the beginning of the application form.
  6. A $25 application fee will be directed through PayPal immediately after you have uploaded your application.

To see the full submission guidelines, click here.
Submit online here.

Deadline September 1st: NOPA’s Clarence John Laughlin Award

The New Orleans Photo Alliance: Clarence John Laughlin Award
Deadline: Thursday, September 1, 2011
Fee: Application $25 + NOPA Membership $60
Juror: George Slade, Curator, Photographic Resource Center at Boston University

“The Clarence John Laughlin Award was created by the New Orleans Photo Alliance (NOPA) to support the work of photographers who use the medium as a means of creative expression. It honors the life and work of Clarence John Laughlin (1905-1985), a New Orleans photographer best known for his surrealist images of the American South. The Clarence John Laughlin Award grants one $5000 prize annually to a photographer whose work exhibits sustained artistic excellence and creative vision.”

Eligibility
“NOPA invites photographers working in all mediums, styles, and schools of thought to apply. Still images made from all photographic processes, both traditional and digital will be considered. There are no restrictions on subject matter or genres. Traditional, contemporary, avant-garde, creative and experimental works that include old and new processes, mixed techniques, and challenging personal and emotional statements are all welcome. Still photography or photographic techniques should be integral to the works submitted.

Both emerging and established photographers residing in the U.S. may apply.”

Application Requirements

  1. $25 application fee, to be directed through Paypal immediately after your application has been successfully uploaded.
  2. A portfolio of 10 – 20 images.  Images can originate in any format but must be submitted digitally through our online application process.
  3. Each image submitted should be in jpeg format, 12 inches on the longer side, sized at 72 pixels per inch, saved at the highest setting available (usually 10 or 12). Name your files with your last name then first name and image title using underscores to separate. Example: Doe_Jane_ImageTitle.jpg
  4. Each image submitted will also require a title, dimensions, materials (specifying print medium, i.e. toned silver gelatin print) and year created.  Each image file and its accompanying information will be entered and uploaded one at a time.  You will have the opportunity to review and rearrange the sequence of your portfolio after all files have been uploaded.
  5. A concise description of work, limited to 260 characters maximum, which will be visible to the juror alongside your image portfolio.
  6. A written statement explaining your images, process and intent, 500 words maximum.  A Word document should be copied and pasted into the appropriate area at the beginning of the application form.
  7. Biography or resume/CV.  A Word document file should be copied and pasted into the appropriate area at the beginning of the application form.

For the full prospectus and to submit your application, please click here (applications will only be accepted online).

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