Events

Alec Soth Offering Free “Winnebago Workshop” To Teen Artists

Posted by on Wednesday July 22, 2015 | Events

Photographer Alec Soth and his Little Brown Mushroom (LBM) publishing imprint recently announced a hiatus from bookmaking to pursue a new initiative: The Winnebago Workshop, “a mobile classroom that puts artists with teens to create multimedia stories.” The first free, weeklong workshop is coming up during the week of August 17–22, and Soth and LBM... More

LOOK3 2015: Walter Iooss Jr. Shares Advice and Lessons from His Encounters with Great Athletes

Posted by on Monday June 15, 2015 | Events, Fun, Photojournalism

Walter Iooss Jr, a sports photography superstar for more than 50 years, regaled a 2015 LOOK3 audience on Friday with some of the best tales from his storied career. Steve Fine, former director of photography at Sport Illustrated, joined Iooss on stage at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville to prompt Iooss about his encounters with... More

LOOK3 2015: David Alan Harvey’s Reunion with a Long-Lost Subject (and Other Surprises)

Posted by on Monday June 15, 2015 | Events, Photojournalism

David Alan Harvey’s artist talk on the main stage at LOOK3 in Charlottesville on Saturday included several surprises: a peek at some of Harvey’s precocious early work, images from his latest project (called Beach Games, an exploration in black and white of beach sports culture in Rio), his insistence (against much evidence to the contrary)... More

LOOK3 2015: Larry Fink on Experience, Empathy, and Being “Stuck” with a Successful Career

Posted by on Friday June 12, 2015 | Events, Fine Art, Photojournalism

Photographer Larry Fink appeared on the main stage of the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph last night for a freewheeling conversation with his friend, author Donald Antrim. Fink talked frankly about his formative experiences, the evolution of his motivations and his work, and the path of his illustrious career. It all added up to plenty... More

Photographer Lectures Expand “Emerging” Exhibit (And They’re Free)

Posted by on Thursday June 11, 2015 | Events

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream The Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles will host a series of informative and inspiring photographer lectures over the next three months during the run of “Emerging,” the exhibition co-produced by PDN’s editors and featuring photographers selected for the annual PDN‘s 30 issue since 2008. The “Iris Nights”... More

Eddie Adams Workshop Deadline Extended: An Alum Offers Application Advice

Posted by on Wednesday June 3, 2015 | Events

Every Fall, one hundred hand-picked students gather in the Catskills Mountains of New York for a four-day, photo-intensive workshop. The program is tuition-free, and selection is based on each applicant’s submitted portfolio. The deadline for applications to the 2015 Eddie Adams Workshop (EAW) has been extended to June 5, 2015. Photojournalist Nancy Borowick, recipient of 2015’s Arnold... More

PPE 2014: Building a Career in Fine-Art Photography

Posted by on Wednesday November 5, 2014 | Events, Fine Art

Be nice. This simple and self-evident maxim was one of many takeaways from the PhotoPlus Expo seminar, “Your Picture on the Wall: Building a Career in Fine-art Photography,” which was held on Thursday, October 30 at the Javits Center in New York City. Hosted by collector, curator and former gallerist W.M. Hunt, the panel included... More

Free Seminar Alert: David McLain on 4K Video Workflow

Posted by on Tuesday August 26, 2014 | Events

(Sponsored) Come see why 4K video is quickly becoming the new standard in video capture and learn about workflow options at this free seminar being conducted by National Geographic veteran photographer & Sony Artisan of Imagery David McLain.  At this seminar (one of three at a day-long event), you’ll experience how McLain used the Sony... More

Exhibition in Bangladesh Remembers Garment Workers Who Died Tragically

Posted by on Thursday April 24, 2014 | Events, Fine Art, Photojournalism

A group exhibition currently open through the end of this week at the Pathshala South Asian Media Institute remembers the 1,134 garment workers who died on April 24, 2013 when Rana Plaza collapsed after years of neglect. The show, “1134—Lives Not Numbers,” was curated by Mahbubur Rahman and Munem Wasif, and includes contributions by photographers,... More