Covering the whole spectrum of photography, PhotoBangkok 2018 offers a unique opportunity for students, professionals and the general public to attend – and benefit from – in-depth educational programs led by renowned experts in the field of contemporary photography.
Every two years, MoMA’s celebrated New Photography exhibition series presents urgent and compelling ideas in recent photography and photo-based art. This year’s edition, Being, asks how photography can capture what it means to be human.
This young but widely respected festival offers a showcase of both local and international talents, while providing a bridge between Eastern and Western photographic communities. From exhibitions to portfolio reviews and a spotlight on emerging Japanese talents, this festival offers a bit of everything.
Now’s your chance to show off your directorial dexterity at the upcoming screening roundtable discussion ‘Making The Move To Motion.’ Send us your 5-minute (max) motion project (on any topic) and join us on Thursday, August 30th with your popcorn bowl for APA San Diego’s silver screen event.
An international festival of photojournalism and one of the premier showcases for news-oriented professional image-makers from all over the world. The main program is comprised of exhibitions, screenings, and meetings as well as a full week of educational activities.
Join ASMP Chicago/Midwest and Experimac West Loop on August 8th, 2018 from 6:00 – 9:00pm to learn everything you need to know about photographing in the field with your computer (Mac or PC)!
The purpose of the Festival de la Luz is to nurture and promote the art of photography in Argentina and internationally. Exhibitions take place in 88 spaces across 18 provinces.
ASMP NM is pleased to present commercial/editorial portrait photographer, and ASMP National Chair, Luke Copping, as part of PhotoSummer and Photo Week (July 17 – 21 st) in Santa Fe. Join Luke for a fun and cooperative workshop designed to help photographers deconstruct what exactly goes into putting together a bid
Building on the first session of Dismantling the Gaze, which presented the history of gendered tropes and stereotypes in visual culture, this panel discussion looks at the tradition of subverting those constructed hierarchies through artistic strategies used in the ICP Museum’s exhibition Multiply, Identify, Her.
You don’t want to miss this interactive discussion on how to stay relevant in the current photo industry. In this hour-long talk (with time for Q&A) Michael explores how photographers can survive the changes in our industry.
This program launches ICP’s new series, Dismantling the Gaze, which considers looking, power, and visual culture in the #MeToo moment.
Explore how and why Instagram has become indispensable for marketing yourself as a photographer in our seminar with photographer Ellie Pritts. She'll be discussing the basics of a successful Instagram presence and how to grow your audience organically.
Come learn essential steps to register copyright in your image collections. Our speakers will discuss new rules and procedures to register multiple images, including collections of unpublished work. We’ll walk you through the registration process and answer questions.
Grey House Productions is throwing a party of their favorite creatives (that’s you!) Thursday, July 12th. Last day to RSVP for this event is July 11th.
Founded in 2011 by the Associazione Culturale ONTHEMOVE, the principal objective of Cortona On The Move is to spread and promote contemporary photography by bringing new creative talents and novel forms of visual communication to the forefront.
Inspired by ICP’s exhibition Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment, this panel discussion assembles contemporary street photographers and asks them to relate the moments, subjects, and scenes that define their own “decisive moments.”
This is a free event, but please register in advance.
This discussion, hosted by Jillian Steinhauer as part of our ongoing series Optics: A New Way of Seeing Contemporary Culture, examines contemporary branding, and moreover its visual output, as a form of social, cultural, political, and economic exchange and production.
Sixteen sessions over two days explore women’s diverse contributions to the arts from a transnational and transhistorical perspective, reflecting global and historical diversity. Not advocating for a separate nor alternative history of art and its markets, the conference looks at the central role played by women in the creation, development, support and preservation of the arts and how their contribution has changed over time.
In conversation with Paul Rogers, ICP’s director of content and public programming, photographers Sheila Pree Bright and Danny Wilcox Frazier explore the role of images in mediating identity politics, promoting or interrogating cross-cultural (mis)understandings, and provoking social change.
Join APA San Diego for a special one-night event with APA photographer J. Grant Brittain including a photographic talk and slide presentation at the Museum of Photographic Arts on Tuesday, June 14th, 2018.
Enjoy a 60-minute guided Group Tour with MCNY's Museum Scholars - PhD candidates, post-doctoral researchers, and early career academics - for Stanley Kubrick's "Through a Different Lens". This private tour is for members-only with a member price of $5 (entrance price to exhibit is normally $18).
Jackson Hole WY: What it takes to succeed in the creative world with Andy Anderson & Friends - Panel Discussion
The Mountain West chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), invites established and aspiring photographers, as well as artists and creatives in any field to join professional commercial photographer Andy Anderson as he discusses what it takes to succeed in the creative world. He’ll touch on the topics of inspiration, hard work, and what it takes to make a living in a creative career.
Barbara Hammer and ICP Assistant Curator Marina Chao discuss the intersections of Hammer's work and the key precepts of Multiply, Identify, Her, including multiple and hybrid selves, feminism, and identity.
Join APA San Diego for an upcoming event focused on your branding and self-promotion on Thursday, May 24th at 6:30PM with veteran creative director Scott Mires.
Join APA LA as Hugh unveils the magic behind his iconic imagery to reveal THEIR MANY influences, Behind-The-Scenes stories and practical, hand-crafted techniques that helped define his singular vision.
ASMP counsel and Dallas attorney, Thomas Maddrey, will address works for hire in this Strictly Business webinar. Mr. Maddrey will discuss issues related to copyright and works for hire, followed by a Q&A with webinar attendees.
Launch a career in the photo industry with this tried and tested program developed years ago by APA. With panel discussions, equipment demonstrations from industry professionals, and hands-on training, attendees will come away with the essential knowledge and confidence to build your own Pro Assistant reputation.
Please join SPD, Space for Arts, and APA NY for the next event in our 2018 Talking Pictures Series
featuring photographer Dan Winters
An evening of digital presentations featuring the work of eight WPA members! Each photographer will show a body of work, either finished or in progress, followed by audience insight and feedback to help move the work forward. All are welcome. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
Organized in collaboration with Eyebeam, VISION AND TECHNOLOGY: toward a more just future addresses the implications of visuality, representation, and privacy in the age of surveillance and big data.