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Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb Workshop: Finding Your Vision
Scholarship Application Deadline: November 29, 2014
No fee to apply.
About the Workshop: January 17-19, 2014
“Do you know where you’re going next with your photography –– or where it’s taking you? This intensive weekend workshop will help photographers begin to understand their own distinct way of seeing the world. It will also help photographers figure out their next step photographically –– from deepening their own unique vision to the process of discovering and making a long-term project that they’re passionate about, as well as the process of how long-term projects evolve into books and exhibitions. A workshop for serious amateurs and professionals alike, it will be taught by Alex and Rebecca, a creative team who often edit projects and books together.
Open to all photographers 18 and older, professionals and serious amateurs alike. Work by all kinds of photographers will be considered — from art photographers to documentary photographers, from college students to seasoned professionals — the only stipulation being that none of the images submitted have been dramatically altered digitally.
Judges: MaryAnne Golon (Washington Post Director of Photography) and photographers Maggie Steber, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb.
Please submit the following materials to the email address — firstname.lastname@example.org — and write WORKSHOP SCHOLARSHIP on the subject line.
- In the email, please include the following as a single word doc:
- Name and email
- 100 word statement about your series or project
- 100 word bio, which includes your photographic background and website or online link to your photographs
- Two names and emails of references of people familiar with your photographic work, such as professors, workshop teachers, fellow photographers, editors, curators, publishers
- Additionally, in this email please also attach 10 small jpgs from one project or series, each image 10 inches on the longest side, 72 dpi.”
Further details about the workshop can be found here.
Eddie Adams Workshop: Barnstorm XXVI
Applications due: Friday, May 31, 2013
Application fee: $45
“The Eddie Adams Workshop is an intense four-day gathering of the top professionals in photojournalism, along with 100 carefully selected students. The Workshop’s purpose is to create a forum in which an exchange of ideas, techniques, and philosophies can be shared between both established members and newcomers of the profession of picture journalism. The Workshop is tuition-free, and 100 students are accepted based on the merit of their portfolios from a pool of college students, professionals with 3 years or less experience, and U.S. military photographers.”
This year’s workshop will be October 11-14, 2013 in Jeffersonville, New York.
Look3 Education Week
June 11-15, 2013
“Education Week kicks off on June 11th and runs until the end of the Festival on June 15th:
- Day 1 and 2: Choose 4 of 6 courses on a range of professional and creative topics.
- Day 3: Choose either three 20-minute portfolio review sessions or one 1-hour editing session.
- Registration includes an invitation to the Education Week Keynote and party.
- LOOK3 FESTIVAL PASS IS INCLUDED IN THE EDUCATION WEEK TUITION. The Education Week Festival Pass grants access to all talks, projections, and exhibits from June 13-15: the perfect way to end this intense week of inspiration, collaboration, and creativity.
- The Education Week Festival Package (June 11-15) is $795. Scholarships are available thanks to Canon U.S.A. and Leica Camera.
- Cancellation Policy: A full refund, less a $100.00 processing fee, will be given for refund requests made BEFORE April 30, 2013. From May 1, 2013 on, no refunds will be given.”
Photographic Resource Center
France Scully Osterman: The Light at Lacock
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 6:30 pm
Admission: $10 General | $5 members & students | Free for BU community & PRC member institutions
“France Scully Osterman will discuss her first collaboration with her husband, Mark Osterman, The Light at Lacock: Sun Sketches at the Twilight of Photography, currently on display at the PRC in The Doors of Perception. The couple created a collection of paper negatives using William Henry Fox Talbot’s original process of photogenic drawing and his earliest camera designs. They trod the same ground as the inventor in the village of Lacock, England, and revisited the miracle of the first chemical sketches made by nature alone. Along the way the couple made some discoveries of their own. Limitations of the early process and an inclement climate eventually guided the Ostermans to concentrate on photographing the effect of light that surrounds a subject rather than that which illuminates it. The results are painterly but also fugitive. As in Talbot’s time, the same light that created these images also destroys them. And so, it is only by the ironic marriage with the digital pigment print that now displaces photography that these colorful sun sketches can be exhibited for the first time.”
BU Photonics Center, Room 206
8 St. Mary’s Street,
Boston, Massachusetts [map]
“Ernesto Bazan will share his photographic stories and new book, Al Campo, five years of work portraying the intimate daily life of his farmers’ friends in the Cuban Countryside. Bazan has published several books: The Perpetual Past, Passing Through, The First Twenty Years, Island, Molo Nord. He has had exhibitions in Europe, Latin America and the United States. His photographs have been acquired by collectors and museums among which MOMA and ICP in New York, SFMOMA in San Francisco, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston,the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, the South East Museum of Photography in Daytona, the Fondazione Italiana della Fotografia in Turin, the Biblioteque Nationale in Paris and the Musee Rattau in Arles. In 2002, Ernesto Bazan created his own photographic workshops providing special emphasis in Latin America. Several hundred students have studied with him in the last eleven years. He lives in Veracruz, Mexico.
Bazan will also be offering a master workshop in portfolio building through book editing and sequencing. More info here!”
Photo Center NW
900 12th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
“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.
“2012 marks the inaugural year of the Medium Festival of Photography, a 3-day photography event with a fresh line up of lectures, workshops, portfolio reviews, and a public exhibition. Located in the heart of downtown San Diego, the Medium Festival of Photography celebrates all forms of photography and the creative energy of the photographic community during the only event of its kind in Southern California.”
Visit their website at mediumsandiego.org to learn more about portfolio reviewers, speakers, workshops, and exhibitions happening during the festival.
“For the 2012 Photo-Bookworks Symposium, Visual Studies Workshop has invited national and international artists, critics, curators, and publishers to discuss some of the most challenging and innovative photobooks being created in the world today. Learn about the history of the medium, about being published and self-publishing, how artists and bookbinders are expanding the form, and much more.
The symposium is $100 for individuals and $75 for individual students or members of Visual Studies Workshop. Membership information is at vsw.org. Limited seats are available so register now to reserve your place at what promises to be a significant and educational gathering. If you register for the symposium, receive 10% off tuition of any VSW Summer Institute workshop this year.”
Click here for events, schedule, registration and other information.
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]
Contact Photography Festival
Festival Launch Party: Friday, April 27, 2012, 7:00-10:00 pm
Contact Photography Festival launches tonight with a party and reception for the festival’s primary exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.
Next week will have many more openings throughout Toronto and through the month of May there will be photography related events and workshops. To see what’s coming up, check out their calendar.
952 Queen Street West
M6J 1G8, Canada
Public Information Line: (416) 395-0067