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Exhibitions Tagged #Panel

Events and Sessions Tagged #Panel

Sep 222019

Working Together

What does it mean to enter into collaboration in the photographic process? Join us to hear five women talk about their projects and practices that are rooted in working with others.

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Sep 222019

A New Vision of the Indigenous Narrative

Five photographers from the Natives Photograph community will discuss their work, the importance of representation in the industry, and their process as Indigenous visual storytellers.

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Sep 222019

Photography and Social Media

Sharing photos via social media is becoming the norm for photographers, but how do you effectively shoot, select, and edit for social media? Join this panel as they discuss their strategies for delivering great photos for social media.

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Sep 222019

Teargas, Trolling, and Trauma: Photographing Political Polarization in the U.S.

A panel discussion on the physical, digital, and psychological risks for photographers covering political rallies, protests, and events in an increasingly polarised environment leading up to the 2020 U.S. Presidential election.

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Sep 202019

Documenting Inequality and Climate Change: The Double Threat to Life on Earth

Learn how to sustain your ongoing visual story with New York photographer and curator Rene Perez. In this talk, Rene will analyze how his life-long fascination with the magic hour became a long-term photo project.

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Sep 152019

Conversations on Conflict Photography

There has never been a more important time for acknowledging and investigating the crucial role of conflict photography in shaping our understanding of international affairs and faraway crises.

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Sep 152019

Perspectives: A Conversation led by Jamel Shabazz

Acclaimed photographer Jamel Shabazz has curated an exhibition at Photoville this year, showcasing young photographers from diverse backgrounds who use documentary photography to address pressing social issues. He leads a conversation with them on this panel.

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Sep 152019

An Afternoon with Lynsey Addario and John Moore

Join us as two celebrated photojournalists sit down for a conversation about their impactful work traversing the globe, from the current humanitarian crises in Syria, to immigrant crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border during the Trump administration.

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Sep 142019

Parallax: ReVisioning Queer and Trans People of Color in Photography

A panel discussion featuring the photographers and curators of the Authority Collective’s Parallax group show, sharing their perspectives on imaging the QTPOC experience.

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Apr 272019

MFON Presents: Altar: Prayer, Ritual, Offerings

A panel discussion moderated by MFON co-founders Laylah Amatullah Barryan and Adama Delphine Fawundu will feature contributing photographers sharing perspectives on photography and spirituality.

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Apr 272019

#Thisis18

Join us for a discussion of #ThisIs18 an exhibition featuring photographs of girls aged 18 around the world.

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Apr 272019

Safety in Focus: The US/Mexico Border

This panel will use coverage of the US/Mexico border as a case study to delve deeply into the issues photographers face while trying to work safely and effectively.

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Apr 272019

East Side Stories: Journey towards Justice, Past and Present

Join Joseph Rodríguez, Ruben Martinez, Dr. Jesse De La Cruz, and Rubén Martínez for a powerful educational discussion on gang violence, juvenile justice and re-entry into Los Angeles communities.

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Sep 162018

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers chosen for PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch will share the useful lessons they learned as they launched their careers. The panelists will discuss planning and funding personal projects, their strategies for promoting their work to potential clients and galleries, and how they built a support network.

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Sep 162018

Photography and Trauma: Psychological Stress and The Occupational Hazards of Exposure to Traumatic Imagery

This panel aims to highlight how common psychological stress and trauma is among journalists and discuss related topics: Why are photographers and photo editors at particular risk? What are the barriers to treating trauma and how do we address them? What resources are available?

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Sep 162018

Future Imagemakers Speak Out

In this panel, high school photographers from photography programs throughout New York City will present and discuss their work.

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Sep 162018

Inspired Live at Photoville

Join us for a fast-paced presentation by a unique group of cross-disciplined Photoville artists as they reveal their sources of creativity.

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Sep 152018

Attacks On Press Freedom in Mexico

A conversation about the attacks on press freedom in Mexico with Alexandra Ellerbeck, Committee to Protect Journalists’ (CPJ) North America program coordinator, Mexican photojournalist Emmanuel Guillen Lozano, and Ginger Thompson, senior reporter at ProPublica.

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Sep 142018

Changing the Game: Creative Ways to Get Noticed and Make Money

From brand ambassadors to teaching and fellowships opportunities to starting related businesses, learn how these creatives are redefining the game, making connections and attracting the clients they want. Walk away with tons of inspiration on how to innovate and rethink ways to build your own photography business.

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Sep 142018

How to Impress Photo Editors, Land a Job and Negotiate Your Best Deal

Most photographers will tell you that finding new clients and locking down quality work is an ongoing challenge — and a big one at that. In this panel, we’ll address this head on and share tips, advice and lessons learned from photographers, photo editors and art producers on how to land a job.

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Sep 142018

Nonprofit Storytelling: How Photographers and Marketers Inspire Change

In this panel, we’ll be joined by photographers and nonprofit directors to discuss how creatives and marketers work together to bring important stories to life and inspire action — all while navigating tight resources and budgets.

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Sep 152017

Creativity & Collaboration: How a Campaign Comes to Life

Panelists Aidan Sullivan, CEO of Verbatim; Lauren Steel, Visual Director of Verbatim; and filmmaker and photographer Gillian Laub will discuss how they worked together to produce powerful, award- winning content with integrity, plus how the creative process evolved from start to finish.

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Sep 152017

The Big Mistakes Photographers Make

Sacha Lecca, Deputy Photo Editor at Rolling Stone magazine, will talk with Jennifer Santana, Photo Director at Men’s Journal, photographers Joe McNally, Amy Lombard and Mathieu Young to hear how they’ve conquered business obstacles, plus their best advice for those just starting out.

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Sep 152017

Women at the Forefront: A Push for An Even Playing Field

The photo industry has been dominated by men for years, but never before have women’s voices been stronger. In this panel, we’ll be joined by creatives who are pushing to help female photographers share their work and their stories.

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Sep 252016

Inception to Perfection: Making a Photo Book

Daylight has gathered some of its new artists to discuss the various facets that go toward packaging photo projects into book form. The panel will feature short presentations led by artists, followed by a discussion with Daylight’s Creative Director about the specifics of creating a photo book: editing and sequencing, cover treatments, and other design considerations.

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Sep 252016

Memory in the Time of Disposable Imagery

This panel with Haviv and professor/cultural critic Lauren Walsh explores the instability of memory in the age of instantaneous, disposable imagery. Platforms like Snapchat permit an ephemerality that shapes how we use pictures, making them more of an “in-the- moment” language than a record of our past. How will we remember our today in the future?

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Sep 252016

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers featured in PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers will explain how they got their work seen and noticed, and offer advice on how to share, promote and get support for personal projects.

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Sep 252016

Picture This: ESPN Storytellers

Live storytelling inspired by iconic sports photos. ESPN uses photography to accompany games and stories, but oftentimes a photograph comes first and inspires an incredible narrative. Storytellers from across ESPN share original pieces born from a single image.

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Sep 252016

Diverse Voices in the Media

With this panel discussion, we aim to provide the audience with a better understanding of how and why the lack of diverse voices in the media leads to “outsiders” being tasked with documenting communities other than their own.

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Sep 242016

Images of Africa: Lessons Learned from Media Coverage of Crises

At the height of the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa, there was intense global media coverage — much of it focused on international aid efforts. The media was criticized for depicting Africans as silent victims, ignoring the many citizens who mobilized to fight the epidemic. What role can media play in conveying a more nuanced and multifaceted view?

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Sep 242016

See the Bigger Picture: Defining Your Style as a Photographer in the Digital Age

Explore the art of photography through four unique perspectives unified by a legendary rangefinder camera: the Leica M.

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Sep 242016

Working in Local Communities

Community art projects, both large and small, can become vehicles for social change. Artists discuss their longterm projects, how they began, how they involve their communities, and what advice they have for other artists who wish to engage their own communities in art projects. Panelists will discuss projects on local communities and the impacts they’ve had, far and wide.

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Sep 242016

NYU Future Imagemakers Alumni Panel

Speakers include Future Imagemaker alumni Cydney Blitzer, LaGuardia High School; Diego Callenbach, NYC Lab High School; Cheyenne Sookoo, Brooklyn High School of the Arts; Hanjing (Angel) Zheng, Brooklyn Technical High School; and NYU Student Teacher Elliot Brown Jr., Photography & Imaging BFA 2016. Panel will be moderated by Lorie Novak, Professor of Photography & Imaging, Founder and Director of Future Imagemakers.

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Sep 232016

From Personal Projects to Paid Projects

In this panel, moderated by Alison Zavos, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Feature Shoot, we’ll talk to photographers Shaniqwa Jarvis, Dustin Cohen, Michael Rubenstein and Michael George, who each turned personal projects into paying gigs.

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Sep 232016

The Photo Editor and Photographer Bond: A Peek Behind the Curtain

Ever wanted a behind-the-scenes look at how photographers and their editors work together and bring an idea to life? In this exclusive panel, Sarah Leen, Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic magazine, sits down with award-winning photographers Erika Larsen and David Guttenfelder.

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Sep 232016

What Buyers Really Want from Photographers

Photography has never been more important to helping brands and publications communicate with their audiences. So with a constant need for great photography, how do art directors and photo editors find and work with photographers?

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Sep 202015

Documentary Storytelling: A New Era

Consisting of members the FCDA photography collective, the panel will discuss the inspiration and necessity for independent and collaborative projects in a new era of documentary storytelling. It will explore how shrinking budgets and displaced priorities of publications are creating a greater need for an alternative model that prioritizes public interest.

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Sep 202015

The American Dream: Documenting Economic Inequality in America

This panel gathers veteran photographers who have made it their life’s work to document stories of poverty and inequality with empathy, depth and curiosity. Motivated by their personal experiences in economically depressed areas, they explore and illustrate what economic inequality looks like in the U.S.

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Sep 202015

Under Fire: Black Photographers Creating Agency in a “Post-Racial” America

This panel will convene Black photojournalists who have covered the recent resurgence in incidents of and outrage over racial discrimination nationwide.

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Sep 202015

Conflict Reporting: Safety and Security in the Field

This panel of journalists and practitioners will explore the radically changing landscape of conflict reporting over the past decade, including how the press industry is assessing and responding to these increased threats against press freedom, digital security and the lives of journalists worldwide.

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Sep 192015

#ICPworkshop InstaReview at Photoville

In this workshop participants of all experience levels will be able to explore the different sides of Instagram photography.

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Sep 192015

Behind the Scenes: The Photo Editor

For photographers, photo editors are gateways to getting their stories before a larger audience. This panel will look at the process from the photo editor’s perspective – we’ll dissect what it takes for a story to go from idea to print.

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Sep 192015

Documenting Natural Resources and Climate Change: Photography as a Tool for Education and Activating Change

In effort to create direct dialogue between journalists and policy makers, photographers Mustafah Abdulaziz and James Whitlow Delano will discuss their ongoing photography projects on water and climate change with moderator, Janos Pasztor, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Climate Change.

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Sep 192015

Photography Restaged

Artist Lori Nix, Lorie Novak and Rose DeSiano talk with critic and curator Saul Ostrow about contemporary photographers practices of “Re-Staging”. By employing handmade miniatures, reenacted theatrics and, elaborately staged room installations these three artists draw attention to the uncanny state of the real world.

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Sep 132015

Staying Relevant and Working in Photography Today

How do freelance photographers continue to make a living in the industry? What conscious professional and business choices did they make and why?

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Sep 132015

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers featured in PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to watch will explain how they got their work seen and noticed, and offer advice for sharing, promoting and getting support for their personal projects.

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Sep 132015

Photography and the Battle for Global LGBT Rights

Join the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting for this panel convening photographers who are documenting LGBT communities in Russia, Uganda and North America.

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Sep 122015

MediaStorm: A 10-Year Retrospective

MediaStorm celebrates 10-years in the making as an independent media company that gives voice and meaning to the most important stories of our time.

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Sep 122015

Influencing Policy and Social Change through Photography

Photographers spend a lifetime bringing attention to some of the most urgent crises of our time and yet, what happens after they click the shutter in world full of images?

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Sep 122015

There’s No Place Like Home: Migration, Citizenship and Statelessness Globally

This panel will feature photographers documenting DREAMers in the U.S., Uighurs in China, and Dominicans of Haitian descent.

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Sep 122015

The Virtual and the Physical: Responses to Photography in the Digital Age

Contemporary artists reflect on the medium of photography itself and how technology impacts communication in the digital age.

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Sep 282014

The Battles Back Home

In conjunction with the exhibit “War & Memory,” the panel will discuss issues faced by returning military and veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. Our panelists will include photographers, journalists, veterans and mental health professionals.

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Sep 282014

Köprüaltı

Moderated by James Wellford, photographers Emine Gozde Sevim and Jake Price will provide in depth insight into the protests that engulfed Turkey in the summer of 2013, which still resonate throughout society today.

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Sep 282014

Whose space, Our space! Photography in Public Space

Photographers are turning their documentary images into large-scale public photography displays. The choice to mount site-specific exhibitions imbues the photographs with added layers of meaning. Who owns the space? Who is its intended audience? And who is forced to see and live with it daily?

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Sep 282014

BagNewsSalon: Reading Key News Photos of 2014

Our distinguished Photoville panel will discuss ten key images that have appeared in 2014, including photos by Todd Heisler on immigration on “The Way North,” and Mario Tama on his extensive coverage of Brazil and the World Cup.

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Sep 282014

Is Film Dead? Analog Photography In The Digital Age

Join us for a presentation designed to change the way you think about Digital precision and the hazy world of Analog.

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Sep 272014

Breaking Into Fashion

In this seminar, we’ll be discussing the overall landscape of fashion photography and how it’s changed over time. We’ll talk about the ins and outs of assisting, developing your style, portfolio reviews, and provide valuable tips and insights gained from years of experience shooting fashion editorial and advertising campaigns.

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Sep 272014

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers featured in PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to watch will explain how they got their work seen and noticed, and offer advice for sharing, promoting and getting support for their personal projects.

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Sep 262014

Photographers’ Sketchbooks

In this panel discussion, the authors will discuss the book with contributors from the book, focusing on insights, tips and anecdotes, and giving us a glimpse of how photographers turn their photo-diaries into the projects we see in galleries, photobooks and via online platforms.

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Sep 212014

Land Grabbing: Raising Awareness with Multimedia

Using land grabbing as a case study, photographer Alfredo Bini and media executive Greg Moyer meet with non-profit organizations and researchers to discuss the potential for issue-based multimedia storytelling.

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Sep 212014

Portfolio reviews, an insider’s look

Moderated by Stephen Mallon, artist Manjari Sharma and Ariel Shanberg, (Executive Director of the Woodstock Center of Photography) discuss portfolio reviews on how to get as much out of the review circuit as possible. This is not a common sense discussion, this is a talk from both sides of the table about how much business gets done at the bar and at the event vs your actual review.

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Sep 212014

The Everyday Movement and the Uphill Battle Against Media Stereotypes

Since the @everydayafrica feed launched on Instagram two years ago, the concept has grown into a global movement of photographers using daily-life imagery to fight stereotypes on a community, city, country, or continent level: from @everydaybronx to @everydayasia, from @everydaylatinamerica to @everydayiran, from @everydayusa to @everydayeasterneurope, and dozens more.

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Sep 212014

Personal Projects: Long-term Commitment

Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will present their work, discuss the long-term commitments involved and take questions afterwards.

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Sep 212014

PI_LTR: On Building a Canon

PI_LTR (Public Interface LaTableRonde) The PI-LTR format brings together 30 participants – some invited, some not – to engage in a public discussion concerning contemporary cultural conditions. Each participant will be given The Rules of the Game: PI-LTR (available/distributed at the Fair), which describe the standard practices for this program.

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Sep 202014

How to Grow Your Business Through Instagram

If you want to grow your network, a platform like Instagram can be a game changer. But is brand awareness the only juice you can squeeze from that lemon? Not anymore. In this panel, learn how photographers are using Instagram to draw in clients and land paying gigs, plus discover how brands are turning to photographers on Instagram to reach new audiences.

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Sep 192014

Conversation: Essential Marketing Tips for Photographers with Zero Time

Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter and Anna Dickson, Photo Editor at The Huffington Post, will discuss essential marketing tips for the multi-tasking photographer on-the-go who wants to find the best recipe to attract and engage the right audience online and turn them into loyal clients.

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Sep 192014

Raising Money for Your Photo Project

In this panel, hear from organizations like Photoville who can help fund your stories, plus photographers like Joni Sternbach and the Restless Collective who have successfully turned to third parties to raise money. Plus, get tips on how to craft a proposal and pitch your idea!

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Sep 192014

Photo Poland: Contemporary Polish Photography

Photo Poland – Contemporary Polish Photography is an exhibition showcasing contemporary Polish photography. The talk will begin with a slideshow presenting a selection of 10 contemporary Polish photographers. This will be followed by a panel discussion with photographers Rafal Milach, Adam Panczuk and Kacper Kowalski, who discussing their work and the current state of Polish photography.

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Sep 292013

Photography Shaping Communities

In this panel, students from the program in Brownsville and Red Hook will present their photographs from the summer followed by a conversation about participatory photography, and ways that photography can be used to address social justice issues in the community.

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Sep 292013

Community Collaborations

In community-based art and participatory photography programs, artists collaborate with people whose lives directly inform the subject matter. Photography is used to express collective meaning, help participants find their voice, and build community. Panelists will discuss their work in the field and the challenges they face.

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Sep 282013

Photojournalism in Flux: A Matter of Ethics or Context?

The past year or so has been filled with controversy and debate about particular news images. An expert panel looks at key examples. The goal is to understand these debates less in terms of ethical breaches than the result of rapid shifts in aesthetics and technology and the continuing evolution of both social media and the online news/media market.

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Sep 272013

Luminance: Photo Books – Path to Profit?

We all know that people are looking at photos more often than ever. But are we all just focused on the online world? Maybe not. Photo books – the offline kind – are becoming more prevalent than ever. But can you make money from them?

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Sep 262013

Luminance: A Photographer’s Guide to Navigating the Art World

This panel will feature several gallery owners who will shed light on how to not only break into the art world, but also how to maintain these relationships to build an art audience for your photography.

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Sep 222013

Superstorm Sandy: Photographers Perspectives

A panel discussion with photographers who covered Superstorm Sandy during the storm, it’s aftermath and the ongoing recovery. Participants include Susannah Ray, Benjamin Lowy, Wyatt Gallery, Douglas Ljungkvist, and Kisha Bari. Moderated by Sean Corcoran, Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Museum of the City of New York.

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Sep 222013

Photo Requests from Solitary

The “Photo Requests from Solitary” event at Photoville brings together artists, activists, journalists, and survivors of solitary confinement. This panel discussion with accompanying slide show will introduce audiences to the reality of torture taking place in their own backyards, while exploring the power of photography to humanize one of the most marginalized group of people in our society, educate the public and the press, and spur social change on one of our most pressing domestic human rights issues.

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Sep 222013

Personal Projects, Long-term Commitment

Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will discuss the challenges of making the work, and the successes they are gaining in the process. There will be opportunity for questions from the audience.

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Sep 222013

Bring it to the Table

In the past decade, politics replaced sex as the one thing in America we don’t discuss in mixed company. Bring It to The Table defies that rule by engaging people to examine not just what they believe politically, but why.

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Sep 202013

Collecting Color Photography

Since its inception, the medium of color photography has developed and expanded rapidly and with it, the market for collecting color photography continues to evolve. From the perspective of collectors, dealers and curators, this panel examines the market – discussing what is being collected, who is collecting, where collectors find new work and how color photography is valued.

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Sep 292012

Photographs Not Taken

A fascinating discussion of photographers’ essays about failed attempts to make a picture.

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Jul 12012

Surface Tension

A curatorial discussion of recent exhibitions which present work by photographic artists which free the medium of its traditional documentary impulse, instead creating images which push our understanding of what a photograph could and should become via gestures of abstraction, deconstruction, and manipulation by the artists’ hand.

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Jul 12012

Photography as Activism

This presentation will include a brief history of activist photography, and then a panel of committed photographers will present current projects and discuss their role as advocacy journalists.

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Jun 302012

Community Collaborations

Community-based art is a hyphenated field in which artists collaborate with people whose lives directly inform the subject matter to express collective meaning, help participants find their voice, and build community.

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Jun 242012

Panel Discussion: The New Documentary

This panel discussion will explore where documentary photography is heading in the second decade of the 21st century.

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Jun 232012

Cruel and Unusual: The Prisons, the Photography or Both?

Pete Brook talks about documentary, institutional, vernacular and legal photography and the political uses of images by media, activists and families.

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Dec 12022

The Presidential Campaign Through New Eyes

Discussing key photos from newer or unconventional campaign photographers with a focus on Instagram.

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