ASMP Style is the first image contest of 2019! ASMP Style is designed to showcase the important contributions of fashion and style image makers capturing a form, appearance, or character. The contest is open to ASMP members and non-members.
Festival of Arts and Humanities dedicated to Southern cultures. 7th edition from January 9 to 20, 2019 under the sponsorship of Sophia Aram with 16 shows (including 2 world premieres), 2 exhibitions, 5 films and more than 15 meetings and conferences ... in La Filature and many partners!
Join the MoCP for an opening reception for the exhibition Stateless: Views of Global Migration.
Join APA|SD and Instagram superstar Ellie Pritts, Thursday, January 24, 2019, to explore how and why Instagram has become indispensable for marketing yourself as a photographer.
This half-day event will feature exhibiting artists, activists, writers, and scholars who are engaged in issues surrounding refugee rights, global migration, and resettlement practices. Examining these issues within both Chicago and the global context, this series of panels will grapple with issues at the forefront of the exhibition. This symposium is co-sponsored by Heartland Alliance and the Transatlantic Refugee Resettlement Network.
Judging is complete for our 6th Annual Artist's Perspective Personal Work Exhibition, and we are pleased to announce the 45 selected artist's below (65 images) will be featuring image(s) as selected from our curator Liz Miller-Gershfeld, VP, Executive Art Producer at Energy BBDO. APA Chicago will exhibit these images on January 25, 2019, at Bridgeport Art Center. Our celebration includes drinks, food, fun, photo booth and more - please join us.
Don’t miss this chance to see this year’s curator in person, January 30, 2019 as he presents at the Kopeikin Gallery.
Barry Schwartz, a photographer, educator, and member of the ASMP National Board is coming back by popular demand to offer this workshop to the Los Angeles photography community. Join ASMPLA and the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) for an immersive business workshop to start the New Year off on the right foot!
Mark Seliger is one of the most respected portrait photographers of the last 30 years; he has captured iconic images of the most famous and influential people of our time. On January 10th, 2019, Mark will be showing work, and never before seen outtakes, from his assignments and personal projects at an Artist Talk sponsored by The One Club for Creativity.
New Tax Laws Got You Stressed?
Will I get the Small Business Tax Deduction? Should I incorporate? Become an LLC? How can I owe less tax to the feds? What is up with Washington State B&O and Sales Taxes?
That’s why you should join us for a clarifying discussion on the taxing relationship between freelance creatives and the IRS, with special focus on what’s new this year due to tax reform.
APA New York is proud to present the first of a series of events providing community and collaboration between female creatives and creators called "Her Perspective". Our goal is to create a safe space where we can have candid conversations about relative topics, share industry experiences, and facilitate creative collaborations
Second Experimental Tuesday is a monthly meet up for emerging and professional photographers to talk shop, stay motivated and share resources. Come and hang out with the crew!
Join us for for a short presentation on New Changes to Colorado Sales Tax by Bryan Schmitt, CPA, CFP, MT, followed by networking with other professional photographers.
Connect with your fellow photographers through your imagery! Bring up to an 11”x14” unframed print to swap for a beautiful new image. The hangout is free and open to the public. $20 fee to participate in the print swap.
As a photojournalist, Leah Nash has photographed AIDS in India, landmines in Croatia, and Asperger’s syndrome in her own backyard of Portland. But when faced with an ever-changing industry coupled with a need for financial consistency, she saw an opportunity for reinvention.
Join Leah as she talks about staying relevant, staying grateful, and staying unsatisfied.
Barbara Kasten is known for photographs that transform architecture into formal abstract compositions using lighting, color gels, and mirrors. Lectures in Photography are co-presented by the MoCP and the Photography Department at Columbia College Chicago.
Known for his distinctive portraits as well as a surprising and funny approach to photography, Chris Buck will bring all of that, and more.
Join us for an after-hours party at MoCP After Dark. Against the backdrop of The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold and Echoes: Reframing Collage, dance the evening away to a DJ set by Kwest_on, while enjoying drinks and savory bites. At 8:30 p.m., multidisciplinary artist avery r. young will present a performance. Co-hosted by Maya-Camille Broussard and the MoCP Musuem Council.
Join ASMP Colorado for “The Business of Photography: A Round Table Discussion”
Four tables, four experts. Whether you are starting a photography business or already in business, come join us as we talk about the latest trends and changes with experts.
Limited to: 20 RMCAD students and 20 other students, members and/or non members
For the Month of November, Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) and ASMP have teamed up to present “Print Share” featuring three photographers: Howard Paul, Larry Goodwin and Frederick Matzen. They’ll bring in their printed work to see, touch and discuss all facets of it.
What is PhotoVox? Think of it as part critique group, part classroom and part networking opportunity designed to help you strengthen your artistic voice with the support of other artists in the Denver Metro community.
Often aspects of identity (race, gender, class, occupation, sexuality, nationality) are the outtakes, or the stuff left on the floor and edited out of an artist’s final work. Ralph Arnold’s photocollages, on the other hand, produced a space for this identity-based material to reside in the work. This selection of video and film works about race and sexuality speaks to Arnold’s willingness to include (or out) the outtakes.
American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) New York Chapter’s Commercial Portfolio Review is an opportunity for photographers to receive valuable feedback on their work from creative directors, art directors, art buyers, and photo editors.
Your intellectual property—the images you create and own—are being threatened constantly. It’s vital for photographers to support and defend our copyright laws, by registering our work and dealing with copyright infringers.
ASMP Oregon is hosting three speakers—ASMP members all—who are putting on their boxing gloves to help you defend your work.
Curator and Art+Feminism co-founder Jacqueline Mabey presents a lecture and guided meditation that explores themes of identity, care, and community.
ASMP-LA is excited to announce the return of our assistant bootcamp, Get a Grip! In this daylong workshop, attendees will learn marketing tips, on-set etiquette, and technical information vital for all aspiring and active assistants to know.
Join APA San Diego at Bread & Salt gallery for a one-night only auction and exhibition of the top 20 photographic prints from our Untitled 2018 contest. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Museum of Photographic Arts.
Finally, the temperatures have turned and that means it’s time again for oysters and catching up with our photography friends. This year’s event will be hosted at High Output and Foxworthy Studios in Charleston. We’ll eat well, share experiences and take a look at some great 2018 images. Anyone who enjoys photography and motion work is invited, ASMP member or not.
ASMP Chicago is partnering with Career and Professional Experience (CAP/X) at The School of the Art Institute and Lawyers for the Creative Arts to continue the Art + Law Thursdays series on Thursday, November 8th. Join them to learn about contract terms, setting prices, attracting gallerists, clients, and collectors, and strategies to build a strong business.
An open and honest conversation about the long term relationship between agent and artist. From the beginning - how it started - how it grew - and through the ups and downs and the challenges of our industry with a sense of humor, respect love and passion for what we do.
Carol LeFlufy and Frank Ockenfels have worked together as agent and photographer for thirty years. Both are based in Los Angeles now after meeting and starting out in New York City.
Artist Paul Mpagi Sepuya discusses his work in Echoes: Reframing Collage,as well as his broader artistic practice.
The Lucie Awards is the annual event honoring the greatest achievements in photography. The photography community from countries around the globe pay tribute to the most outstanding photography achievements at the Gala Awards ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York.