Mulitple Calls for Submissions

Call for Entries: “Feature Shoot” Emerging Photography Awards…

Prizes include exhibitions at United Photo Industries (Brooklyn), ArtBridge (NYC) and at the Head On Festival (Sydney), representation by Susan Spiritus Gallery and Nineteensixtyeight, $$$, access to over 8,000 photo editors and book publishers via Agency Access, a camera bag from Tiny Atlas Quarterly and more!

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photos: © Sandra Hoyn, ©Meera Sulaiman, ©Romain Jacquet-Lagreze

Call for Submissions: The Print Swap

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photos: ©Dino Kuznik, ©Willem Douven , ©Julia Zell

The Print Swap is an opportunity for photographers to collect amazing photography and engage with other photographers around the globe. Each print swap will be curated and the photographers who are selected will both give and receive a print. Hashtag your images #theprintswap to enter!  We will be posting winners (with credits/links) on Instagram and Facebook.

Call for Submissions: Snow photos!

For our latest group show, we’re looking for your photographs of snow.

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Photo: Ruairidh McGlynn

This online group show will be curated by Alison Zavos, Editor-in-Chief at Feature Shoot. To submit, email up to five images (620 pixels wide on the shortest side, saved for web, no borders or watermarks) titled with your name and the number of the image (ex: yourname_01.jpg) to fsgroupshow (at) gmail (dot) com with “snow” in the subject line. Please include your full name, website and image captions within the body of the email.

You may also submit via Instagram simply by following @featureshoot and posting your images using the hashtag #featureshootsnow. Selected images will be featured on our Instagram throughout the duration of the judging process.

New York Arts Practicum, Call for Applications Summer 2017

Call for Entries: New York Arts Practicum Summer 2017 session…

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Applications are being accepted for the 2017 New York Arts Practicum, a summer arts institute where participants experientially learn to bridge their lives as art students into lives as artists in the world. The program is structured around apprenticeships with mentor artists, a critique seminar where participants produce work without access to their institutional facilities, and site visits to artist workspaces, galleries, and museums.
The intensive eight-week program offers participants a structured environment to experience the challenges of life as an artist and demystifies the many ways one can be an artist today. Mentees work in their mentor’s studio two to three days per week, meet Monday and Tuesday evenings for a critique seminar, and convene Fridays for site visits in artist studios, galleries, and museums. Past participants called the experience: demystifying, life changing, and an inspirational reality check.
By working with an artist on a day-to-day basis, participants gain a view of their near futures as artists, learning models for negotiating a creative life outside of school. Regular mentors include: Brendan Fernandes, Kate Gilmore, Pablo Helguera, Marisa Morán Jahn, Steve Lambert, Simone Leigh, Jen Liu, Eva & Franco Mattes, Mary Mattingly, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Not An Alternative, William Powhida, Doreen Garner & Kenya (Robinson), Brad Troemel, Penelope Umbrico, Clement Valla, Marina Zurkow.
Mentors lead critiques structured around developing strategies for creating work without institutional studio facilities. Practicum mentors lead seminars on their work, or related topic; these sessions are intimate views into their in-progress work, with a focus on process.
Program Director Michael Mandiberg facilitates critique seminar, and guides site visits to artist studios, galleries, and museums, many of which will include conversations with curators and gallerists.
Past Mentors and Site Visits:
Last year’s mentors and visitors included: Joeonna Bellorado-Samuels at Jack Shainman Gallery, Ingrid Burrington, Taeyoon Choi, Angela Dufresne, Kerry Downey, Brendan Fernandes, Doreen Garner & Kenya (Robinson), Mariam Ghani at the Queens Museum, Ingrid Haftel at the Center for Urban Pedagogy, Heather Hart, Pablo Helguera, Lindsay Howard, Marisa Morán Jahn, Octavia Knox at Pace Gallery, Steve Lambert, Ernest Larsen & Sherry Millner, Kristin Lucas & Joe McKay, Jacqueline Mabey, Mary Mattingly, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Daniel Palmer, Stephanie Pereira at Kickstarter, Julie Perini, William Powhida, Hatuey Ramos-Fermín at the Laundromat Project, Greg Sholette, Paul Soulellis, Dannielle Tegeder, Brad Troemel, Stephen Truax at Cheim and Read, Penelope Umbrico, Clement Valla, Stephen Zacks and members of Collaborative Projects, and Marina Zurkow.
Application Details:
New York City, June 5, 2017 – July 28, 2017
Application Deadline March 13, 2017
The eight-week New York Arts Practicum runs from June 5th to July 28th, 2017. The application deadline is March 13th, 2017.
For program description and application please see the website: http://ArtsPracticum.org. For questions, please see the FAQ: http://www.artspracticum.org/faq. Contact us at info@artspracticum.org for further questions, or to RSVP for a Google Hangout for potential applicants on Monday, December 12th at 3:00 PM EST.