Two contests and an upcoming exhibit @ The Center for Fine Art Photography:
Reception: February 5th, 2010 from 6-9 pm
Saturday February 6th at 11:00 am there will be a gallery talk by the Juror, Michael Itkoff. Michael will be talking about his selections for the show as well as his thoughts on contemporary photography. No charge for admission.
The color Red is a psychologically powerful color. But Red is not just a color. Red is symbolic, culturally, emotionally, politically, financially, and physically. Red is danger, fire, sex, love, speed, heat, anger, passion, arrogance, blood, revolution, war, wealth, purity, mourning, strength and so much more.
Juror: Amber Terranova, Photo Editor for Photo District News
Deadline to submit: February 16, 2010
New awards added: Blurb book awards and liveBooks website award
Animals represent strength, agility, power, royalty, vulnerability and fertility. They serve as important symbols in popular culture, national identity, religion, ecology, mythology and art. The Center is looking for images that insightfully portray the diversity of the animal kingdom.
Juror: Karen Irvine, Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
Deadline to submit: March 16, 2010
The Center has several new class offerings including: The Business of Photography, Color Management, Light Painting and Studio Lighting.
Above: Fighting for the Right to be White, by Marivi Ortiz