Photographer wanted

Event seeks (paid) student photographer…

Oyster Recovery Partnership is seeking a student photographer/videographer for their upcoming event, “Mermaid’s Kiss Oyster Fest“, The event is Thursday, Sept. 19 from 6-9 PM at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. They have a small budget and could compensate the student for their time – all they ask in return are the rights to the photos/videos for promotional purposes in the future. Contact info below:

Allison Albert Guercio – Marketing Manager 


1805A Virginia Ave. Annapolis, MD 21401 (Office) 443-433-3441

(Mobile) 443-239-0685

Photography exhibition

Opening Reception tomorrow…

MICA Photo is pleased to announce that three recent alumni, Callee Jo, Landon McKinley, and Madison Bailey Trottman, are having a group photography exhibition at Flip Gallery in Baltimore. The show is open now and runs through July 22nd. There is an opening reception on July 13th from 7-9PM at the gallery. Congratulations to you all!

“kindred; in which we look through the same window”

Flip Gallery • 1005 N. Charles Street • July 8 – 22 • Reception July 13, 7-9PM

Part-time curatorial manager position

PRC Seeks Program Manager…

The Photographic Resource Center seeks skilled and dynamic applicants for the part-time position of Program Manager. A key role, this position has curatorial duties and supervises volunteers and interns.

The Program Manager reports to the Chair of Programs and, with the Programming Committee, works to oversee quarterly exhibition installs and monthly programs at the PRC; helps steer the direction for exhibitions and programs that enhance the mission of the institution, and heighten the visibility of the Photographic Resource Center in the regional, national, and international art spheres. Supervises the curatorial team, and administers the department, including budgets and planning; coordinates closely with other committees, and interacts with members, volunteers, and donors.

The Programming Committee hosts a variety of events each year, including Exposure, a juried annual, PRC Nights, portfolio reviews, and many lectures.


Bachelor’s degree and 2 years’ experience in curatorial work required. The ideal candidate will hold a degree in Art or the Humanities, as well as demonstrated administrative competence, proven knowledge of curatorial and preparatory practices, supervisory experience, and experience in an art museum or gallery setting.

The position requires: excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to work effectively within a genuinely collaborative environment, organizational and administration experience, proficiency in a digital environment, flexibility, collegiality, and a sense of humor. Event attendance is required; other duties as assigned.

Please email a letter of intent and curriculum vitae formatted as one document in Microsoft Word or PDF format to

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Qualified candidates will be contacted. No phone calls, please.