Archive for December 15, 2008

PhotoNOMA rescheduled for THURSDAY, December 18, 6-9 p.m.

Due to weather challenges in New Orleans last week (snow!), PhotoNOMA, the annual photographers portfolio night at the New Orleans Museum of Art, has been rescheduled for this coming Thursday, December 18th from 6 to 9 p.m.    100 photographers are eligible to sign up to share their work; this event is free for all participating photographers.    This popular event, formerly known as “Underexposed” is open to the public.  

From the New Orleans Photo Alliance website:

PhotoNOMA
Thursday, Dec 18, 2008
6-9pm
New Orleans Museum of Art (City Park)
Admission is $5 / free for NOMA members

The New Orleans Photo Alliance, in partnership with the New Orleans Museum of Art, is thrilled to present PhotoNOMA, a photographers’ portfolio night at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Thursday, December 11th will mark the return of this popular annual event, formerly known as Underexposed. PhotoNOMA will feature 100 photographers displaying their work for a community walk through. The event will run from 6-9pm, and is open to the public. Entrance is free for NOMA members and $5 for non-members. The New Orleans Museum of Art is located at One Collins C. Diboll Circle, City Park.

“We are thrilled that the New Orleans Museum of Art is supporting contemporary photography by sponsoring this amazing event,” said Maja Georgiou, event organizer. “PhotoNOMA was very well attended last year, and we expect it to be one of the most popular events in this years PhotoNOLA lineup. We hope photography enthusiasts and the public at large come out to see the wide range of work that will be on display, and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to meet and engage with the artists.” Photographers from throughout the region will be participating, from the beginning to the well established, including Tim Best, Wallace Merritt and Leslie Parr.

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MARTIN PARR Artists talk and book signing of PARRWORLD: Objects and Postcards, NYC

Photographer MARTIN PARR will be giving an artists talk and book signing of his latest title PARRWORLD: OBJECTS and POSTCARDS (Aperture/Chris Boot LTD).

“While Objects is the first publication to document his twenty-five-plus years of such collecting, Postcards is the “last word” on an extraordinary collection of over 20,000 cards.”

Tuesday, December 16th 6:30 p.m.

at The Strand Bookstore, just south of Union Square at 828 Broadway.

Not to be missed!

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Call for entries: PDN Annual and PDNedu STUDENT PHOTO CONTEST 2009

Deadline for this student photo competition has been extended to 12/21.
Winners will be published in PDNedu Magazine; click here for complete details and entry forms.

MORE contests from PDN:

PDN Photo Annual 2008, the Marty Forscher Fellowship and the ASMP Arnold Newman Prize: deadline 12/19; click here for complete details and entry forms.

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MAGNUM Booksigning at Aperture Gallery, Monday 15th 7:00 p.m.

Magnum Holiday Book Party

Book signing and Reception
Monday, December 15, 2008, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Aperture Gallery
547 West 27th Street
New York, New York
(212) 505-5555

FREE

Join Aperture Monday evening as we host the Magnum Holiday Book Party, with over twenty Magnum photographers including Elliott Erwitt, Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, Paul Fusco, Larry Towell, Martine Franck, Paolo Pellegrin, Richard Kalvar, Mark Power, Peter Marlow, and many more. Limited-edition prints, rare and new books will be available for purchase. A special gift book by Alec Soth is included with every purchase.

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Deadline December 20 for the Aaron Siskind Fellowship approaches!

The Aaron Siskind Foundation‘s Individual Photographer’s Fellowship (IPF) grant program encourages and celebrates artistic achievement in contemporary photography by supporting the creative endeavors of individual artists working in still photography and photography-based media.

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2008-09 grant cycle. To learn more about the IPF grant and how to apply, go to the
IPF Grant page to view the 2008-09 Grant Information & Application Guidelines.

Application Period: October 20 to December 20, 2008
Deadline:
December 20, 2008 at 11:59 pm EST

Please note that our application process is now exclusively online; mailed applications are no longer accepted.

“We are pleased to recognize last year’s recipients of the Aaron Siskind Foundation IPF grants. Our panel of judges selected six applicants to receive cash grants of $5,000 to help further their creative projects and abilities. The panel’s job was not an easy one, with so much great work and 900+ applications received. If you applied in 2007 and did not receive a grant, don’t give up! Several 2007 recipients had previously applied one or more times.”

Anne Coleman Torrey
Executive Director

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