Archive for October, 2009

November 2nd- Deadline to submit for the Aftermath Project Grant

Materials must be received by November 2nd for this the Aftermath Project Grant

From the website:

The Aftermath Project is a non-profit organization committed to telling the other half of the story of conflict — the story of what it takes for individuals to learn to live again, to rebuild destroyed lives and homes, to restore civil societies, to address the lingering wounds of war while struggling to create new avenues for peace.

The Aftermath Project holds a yearly grant competition open to working photographers worldwide covering the aftermath of conflict. In addition, through partnerships with universities, photography institutions and non-profit organizations, the Project seeks to help broaden the public’s understanding of the true cost of war— and the real price of peace — through international traveling exhibitions and educational outreach in communities and schools.

How to apply:

Click here to download the application form (PDF) for the 2010 grant cycle. Two grants will be given in 2010, for $20,000 each. Deadline is Nov 2, 2009.

Applications must be received by November 2, 2009, at the address on the application form. The 2010 winner and finalists will be announced by mid-December. If you have any questions, please contact info@theaftermathproject.org

The 2010 Aftermath Project Grant is supported in part by a grant from the Open Society Institute.

Here are the grant winners from 2009.

About Sara Terry:

Sara Terry
Founder, President and Board Chair

A former staff correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and magazine freelance writer, Sara Terry made a mid-career transition into photojournalism and docmentary photography in the late 1990s. Her long-term project about the aftermath of war in Bosnia — “Aftermath: Bosnia’s Long Road to Peace” — was published in September 2005 by Channel Photographics. Her work has been widely exhibited, at such venues as the United Nations, the Museum of Photography in Antwerp, and the Moving Walls exhibition at the Open Society Institute. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and in many private collections. In 2005, she received a prestigious Alicia Patterson Fellowship for her work in Bosnia. Sara resides in Los Angeles and is currently working on projects in Southeast Asia and Turkey. She is represented by Polaris Images.

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One Day Left Tracey Baran Memorial Auction

There is one day left in the Tracey Baran Memorial Auction

This auction is to help fund a grant for emerging female photographer from the US in honor of the life of Tracey Baran, who was a young photographer who died in her early thirties last year.

There is some great work for sale on the auction including work by Jack Pierson, Jonathan Torgovnik, Carrie Levy, Bill Jacobson, Brian Finke, and Elinor Carucci, among others.

From the auction website:

The Tracey Baran Memorial Auction has been arranged in order to provide proceeds for an annual grant, open by application, to an emerging female photographer from the US. It is in memory of Tracey Baran (1975-2008), as a celebration of her life and photographic work, and to encourage interest in her work by a broader public.

There is a great post about Tracy  on  the Women in Photography New York Blog as well as on the Lenscratch Blog

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October 30th- Deadline for Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual “Photography Now”

October 30th, 2009 is the Deadline for the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual “Photography Now” Competition

This year the juror is Debra Klomp Ching is the co-owner/co-director of the KLOMPCHING GALLERY,

From the website:

PHOTOGRAPHY NOW
It’s the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual Photography Now call for entries where winners will be published in CPW’s magazine, PQ. This year CPW has invited acclaimed gallery owner and writer/curator, Debra Klomp Ching to select the most exciting new photography from the national and international field!

ELIGIBILITY
From traditional to digital, all photographic techniques and approaches are welcome. Straight photography, fine art, narrative, documentary, landscape, social issues, still life, mixed media incorporating photography, photographic installations, and digital images & collages – all will be considered! CPW staff and ADV/Board members and their families are not eligible to apply.

PUBLICATION
Accepted work will be published in issue #99 of CPW’s internationally distributed magazine, PQ. All who enter will receive a one year membership which includes a subscription to PQ.

TIMELINE
Results will be announced on or before December 4, 2009. Selected participants will be given instructions on how, when, and what to send for publication. Entries that are not selected for Photography Now 2009 – PQ will be returned in December, as long as they are accompanied by a clearly labeled self addressed, stamped, return envelope.

HOW TO ENTER
CPW has created a easy to follow application form with accompanying image script for you to use in submitting your entry. Entries that do not include the application form will not be accepted.

WHAT TO SUBMIT
Jurying will be conducted via projection of digital images only. A completed application form is required. Guidelines for submissions must be followed as outlined:

CD-ROM ENTRIES - If sending a CD-ROM, title each file with your “last name_ image title.” We accept JPEG files at 300 DPI, no larger than 5×7”. Include a separate printed image list with your submission information - See page 2 of application form.

No submissions will be accepted via email. Artist statements and resumes are encouraged, but not required. You must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return.

PLEASE NOTE: We are not responsible for unlabeled submission materials. In cases in which you are submitting a CD and do not want it returned, please be sure to provide your email address so we may notify you of the results. If a return envelope is not provided your materials will be discarded, but a letter of notice regarding acceptance status will be sent. Every precaution is taken to assure the return of your materials, but CPW is not responsible for loss or damage of any entry materials.

HOW TO ENTER
6 images
: $50 ($30 student/senior discount in this category only) | 10 images: $60 | 20 images: $100

Residents of Canada & Mexico – please add $15 to any of the above categories. International applicants – please add $2


JUROR

Debra Klomp Ching is the co-owner/co-director of the KLOMPCHING GALLERY, described as dynamic and one of the galleries to watch in NYC. Its exhibitions have been reviewed in publications such as The New Yorker, Hotshoe, New York Magazine, ArtReview, The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, The Architect’s Newspaper and Modern Painters.

Mrs Ching has been an invited reviewer to several notable festivals including Houston’s Fotofest, Review Santa Fe, Rhubarb-Rhubarb, and Atlanta Celebrates Photography. She is an experienced juror and has been a judge for Photo Lucida’s Critical Mass, Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward, American Photo’s Emerging Talent, En Foco’s People, Places, Things and Perkins Center for the Arts Annual Photography Exhibition.

In addition to owning and operating the KLOMPCHING GALLERY, Debra Klomp Ching is a freelance consultant, writer and educator. Her writing has been published in Magenta Magazine, photo-eye Booklist, (re)collect (writer and editor), Nahtsellen and PDN. She will be serving as  the Guest Editor for the 99th issue of PQ and is serving as the 2009 external examiner for the photography thesis program at the Maryland Institute College of Arts. As a private consultant, she provides creative and professional advice to photographers intending to or working within a fine art context and acts as an adviser to collectors of contemporary photography.

DEADLINE
Entries must arrive by Friday October 30, 2009

Please deliver entries to:
attn: Photography Now 2009 | PQ
Center for Photography at Woodstock
59 Tinker Street Woodstock, New York 12498

questions?
T 845-679- 9957 or info@cpw.org

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Tonight October 1st- Luis González Palma at the Art Institute of BostonTonight

Tonight,  Thursday, October 1, at 7:00 pm, photographer Luis González Palma will be giving a lecture as part of the Art Institute of Bostons  Inaugural Strauch-Mosse Visiting Artist Lecture

The lecture will be held at:
Lesley University, Prospect Hall
1803 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

The exhibition will run  September 10 – October 25, 2009, and will be held at two locations:

Main Gallery, The Art Institute of Boston
700 Beacon Street, Boston
Monday through Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday: 12 noon – 5:00 pm
For information, call: 617.585.6600

The AIB Gallery at University Hall
1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
Tuesday + Wednesday: 12 noon – 5:00 pm
Thursday: 3:00 – 8:00 pm
Friday + Saturday: 12 noon – 5:00 pm
For information, call: 617.585.6656

For more information click here.

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Land/Art New Mexico continues: Panels/exhibitions this weekend

David Taylor just sent me this update for LAND/ART – note this 2:00 panel this Saturday at 516 Arts in Albuquerque:

Saturday, October 3, 2pm

This Weekend for LAND/ART:


Grasslands / Separating Species
516 ARTS announces two concurrent exhibitions for LAND/ART: Grasslands, featuring the work of Michael P. Berman, and Separating Species, featuring the work of Krista Elrick, Dana Fritz, David Taylor and Jo Whaley. Grasslands explores the endangered Chihuahuan Grasslands of New Mexico, Texas and northern Mexico. Separating Species focuses on animals, humans, the biosphere and the U.S. Mexico border. All of these artists visually investigate what happens when species are separated, whether in the wilderness, in protected wildlife refuges, urban zoos or other artificially created environments, or even across political, economic and cultural borders. Grasslands and Separating Species are curated by Mary Anne Redding, Curator of Photography, Photo Archives, Palace of the Governors/New Mexico History Museum.Saturday, October 3, 2pm

Panel Discussion at 516 ARTS with Guggenheim Fellows
Curator Mary Anne Redding will lead a panel discussion with current Guggenheim Fellows Michael P. Berman and David Taylor featured in the exhibitions at 516 ARTS, and Erika Blumenfeld, featured with a solo exhibition next door at Richard Levy Gallery Early Findings: Artifacts from The Polar ProjectMore Details
at 516 ARTS


Grasslands / Separating Species
exhibition catalog

Radius Books has published a special, limited catalog for Grasslands and Separating Species, which includes essays by William deBuys, Rebecca Solnit and Mary Anne Redding. It is available from 516 ARTS, Radius Books and select bookstores nationwide. radiusbooks.org


For a complete listing of current LAND/ART exhibitions, projects and site works, visit www.landartnm.org


Pick up the LAND/ART guide at 516 ARTS, participating venues and locations around Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

Download the LAND/ART Guide

A collaboration exploring land-based art
June – November 2009
www.landartnm.org

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