Archive for June 18, 2009

June 18 -July 10 – Atlanta Celebrates Photography 11 Portfolio Review Registration


From the announcement:

Atlanta Celebrates Photography 11 Portfolio Review will be held on Saturday, October 10th.

Registrations for the Portfolio Review are juried, and attendees will need to submit 3-5 jpgs with a brief artist’s statement for consideration. Registration will remain open until 11:59PM EST on July 10th, and successful registrants will be notified by July 17th. Once accepted, the registration fee is $250.As of June 15th, here are our confirmed reviewers. (Six more reviewers will be announced on ACP Now! by the end of the month):

Andy Adams - Writer and Editor, Flak Photo
Julian Cox - Head Curator of Photography, High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Sylvie Fortin - Editor, Art Papers Magazine, Atlanta
Hanna Frieser - Director, Light Work, Syracuse, NY
Stuart Horodner - Curator, The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta
Jason Houston - Photo Editor, Orion Magazine
Michele Mosko - Owner, Michele Mosko Fine Art, Denver, CO
Susan Todd-Raque - Independent Curator, Educator and Dealer, Atlanta
Anna Walker-Skillman - Owner, Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta
Sasha Wolf - Owner, Sasha Wolf Gallery, New York, NY

52 artists will be accepted for the Portfolio Review, and each artist will receive four 20 minute, face to face reviews. Review participants may select their choice of reviewers, and ACP will make every effort to meet requests through a computerized matching system.

We’re looking forward to hosting our panel of reviewers and artists from across the country once again at the Grady High School campus.

TheACP 11 Portfolio Review is a great way to connect and make contacts with reviewers and fellow artists alike. We hope to see you in October!Register for the ACP 11 Portfolio Review today! Remember, registration closes July 10th.
**** Also note that it is concurrent with the SPE SouthEast Regional Conference in Atlanta. For details clikc here.

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June 24th: Early-Bird Deadline, En Foco’s “People/Places/Things” Juried Exhibition

En Foco | People / Places / Things
People/Places/Things: an International Photography Competition
Celebrating En Foco’s 35th Anniversary
En Foco, Inc and Canson Infinity invite fine art and documentary photographers of any nationality or ethnicity to submit work to People/Places/Things, an international competition celebrating En Foco’s 35th Anniversary.

Our aim is to identify and promote talented emerging and mid-career artists working today, creating cross-cultural dialogue, and providing artists with exposure and access to those that may be able to envision opportunities beyond the scope of this competition. All photo-based works are eligible.

WHEN: EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: JUNE 24, 2009

An additional $10 per category submission will apply for an extended deadline of July 1, 2009.

FEE: $45, payable by credit card during the online entry process at callforentry.org.
All entrants receive an En Foco Membership (or extension), and a Canson Infinity Discovery Pack.
JURORS: • Darren Ching, PDN and KlompChing Gallery
• Hossein Farmani, Farmani Gallery
• Danielle Jackson, Magnum Photos
• Cat Jimenez, Lucie Foundation
• Debra Klomp Ching, KlompChing Gallery
• Edwin Ramoran, Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art
• Mark Sealy, Autograph: ABP
• Elizabeth Shank, Bruce Silverstein Gallery

All submissions will be pre-reviewed by a Committee comprised of En Foco Curators and Advisors; then our eight distinguished jurors will review the top 40 in each category, and the finalists selected.

HOW TO SUBMIT: ONLINE at CallForEntry.org, a secure web-based service. Create your FREE profile, and use their easy to follow tutorials for upload.

CATEGORIES:
• People
• Places
• Things

Submit five images that convey a story around the particular theme you are applying to. The category is open to your creative interpretation. One winner will be chosen for each of the three categories, plus 12 honorable mentions (four in each category).

REQUIREMENTS: • Register at CallforEntry.org, and follow the directions for sizing and uploading your images.

• $45 entry fee, payable by credit card during the online entry process. Entry fee includes a one-year En Foco Membership or extension (a $50 value).

• Submit 5 tightly edited images from the same series, to one Category (either People, Places, or Things). Each image should have its full title/caption information (title, series title, year taken, medium and size).

• Resume/CV should be pasted into your application where prompted.

• Artist Statement of up to 350 words.

• Artists may submit to additional categories, with a separate portfolio and entry fee for each if desired. An entry fee is required each submission, and you will need to return to CaFE Registration to start a new profile.

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June 25th: Deadline Rayko Photo Center “It’s Still Life” Juried Exhibition

Rayko Photo Center- “It’s Still Life”

National juried exhibition of still life work

Deadline: June 25th

From the calls for entry webpage:

“The competition is open to artists photographing inanimate objects and interior spaces. Subject matter can be anything as commonplace as a pear (and man, are there some amazing pear pictures out there!) or as strange as a dead animal, perhaps too literal. Subjects may be either natural:  food, flowers, plants, rocks, shells, hair clippings, and so on.  They can also be man-made: books, toys, glasses, vases, fishing lures, etc. Settings may be artificial/set-up or simply found and perfect. There’s a lot left up to interpretation…as well as artistic freedom!”

For details click here.

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June 23-28: One-Week Intesive Workshop with Jason Houston

Orion Magazine Picture Editor and documentary photographer Jason Houston will be teaching a photography workshop entitled “DOCUMENTARY STORYTELLING: FARMS” June 23 – June 28 at IS 183, Art School of the Berkshires.

As well as being Orion’s picture editor Jason has been a documentary photographer for editorial and nonprofit/NGO clients around the world.

From the website:
Spend the week photographing the diverse, important, and picturesque small farms and local food of the Berkshires. This week-long intensive will focus on documentary storytelling and using artful photography to explore real world issues.

Where: Is83 Art School in the Berkshires

When: June 23 – June 28, 2009

For details click here.

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