Career Opportunity: Part-time B&W Photo Instructor

PART-TIME PHOTOGRAPHY INSTRUCTOR, VISUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT – Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA)…

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The part-time photography instructor provides instruction for the following Visual Arts Department classes: Black and White Film Photography and Photography Senior Elective for grades 11 and 12. Duties include creating lessons on the medium of photography, providing technical instruction, leading critiques, lecturing on the history of photography, and participating in annual departmental jury critiques.
Candidates must have an in-depth knowledge of both analogue and digital photography processes and applications. In particular the black and white wet darkroom, 35mm analogue camera functions, digital printing, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, studio lighting, the history of photography, and knowledge of contemporary art.
This position will be solely responsible for studio maintenance of the black and white darkroom and BSA’s inventory of 35mm film cameras and photographic equipment. In addition, this position will provide assistance to seniors in photographing their portfolios for applying to art colleges.
A successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for teaching and an ongoing commitment to their own studio practice through evidence of a portfolio and CV. This position is ideal for a working artist who feels strongly about public arts education and can foster connections between the Visual Arts Department and the Baltimore arts community. Please send a letter of interest and resume to Archie Veale at aveale@bsfa.org.

Photo internship listed with “LOVODA”

LOVODA seeks a photo intern…

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“LOVODA” is seeking a photo intern for the upcoming Spring semester. This is an ideal fit for someone seeking experience in a fashion/product/studio/social media environment. Details of job listed below:

Digital Photography Intern

Employment Start Date:

1/30/2017

Position Information:

No of Openings:

1

Work Schedule:

Part time

Hours per Week:

10-15

Salary Type:

Unpaid

Job Description:

The Digital Photography Intern will assist the Lead Photographer in creating visual photo content for the brand’s website, social media, and other e-commerce platforms.

The intern will receive training in:

– Commercial photography

– Flash photography

– Digital post-processing

– In-studio portrait/fashion photography

Compensation:

This is an unpaid position, but does qualify for college credits.

This internship would look great on anyone’s resume who is looking to work long term in the following industries:

Fashion, Marketing, Photography, Social media

Perks:

– Employee discount

– We hire from within.

If a paid position opened up down the road, then an intern would get first opportunity at any paid positions!

Qualifications:

– Knowledge of basic DSLR photography

– Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Adobe Lightroom

– Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Adobe Photoshop

– Ability to communicate effectively to the team

– Available to work 10-15 hours a week

Link below has full job listing information:

https://www.myinterfase.com/mica/Job/Detail/MlRqMmU5SFIzLzhnWHUvcHg1bkx0djlaUjZGc2lHYWY3NVB4Y21OQWdQST01

Call for “Baltimore Uprising and Protest” images

MICA Diversity Program seeks Baltimore Uprising & Protest images

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We are looking for work made during and after the 2015 protests in Baltimore to show in conjunction with an upcoming diversity program at MICA. The work can be digitally submitted and we will show it by projection before and during the program. Please include your first and last name in the file name so you can be credited. Thank you!

 

Submit your digital files to this link:

https://drive.google.com/a/mica.edu/folderview?id=0B5KVpOkC9csScjA3b0dXQTNHdVk&usp=sharing

MICA PHOTO student, Emma Hohenstein, shares images from the #BaltimoreUprising

More MICA Images from the #BaltimoreUprising

Emma Hohenstein is a MICA photo major in Nate Larson’s “Contemporary Directions in Photography” class. Last week, the class went out on the streets of Baltimore to make images following the riots. We are very proud of the work being done by the MICA photo students and faculty, and we wanted to showcase the results of their hard work & dedication to documenting these incredible events. Follow Emma’s photographs on her blog below.#BaltimoreUprising

MICA PHOTO student, Jack Sorokin, shares photos from the #BaltimoreUprising

More MICA Images from the #BaltimoreUprising

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                                                                                                                                                Image: © Jack Sorokin – 2015

Jack Sorokin is a MICA photo major in Nate Larson’s “Contemporary Directions in Photography” class. Last week, the class went out on the streets of Baltimore to make images following the riots. We are very proud of the work being done by the MICA photo students and faculty, and we wanted to showcase the results of their hard work & dedication to documenting these incredible events. The following links will take you to galleries of Jack’s photographs.#BaltimoreUprising

http://www.jacksorokin.com

http://www.jacksorokin.com/aint-nobody-should-be-scared-to/

MICA PHOTO professor, Nate Larson, getting noticed for Baltimore Protest photographs

Nate Larson’s Baltimore Protest Photos going VIRAL!

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For the last two weeks, Baltimore has experienced a tumultuous series of events that were marked by moments of passion, rage, healing, and determination. A city convulsed in frustration, and then the citizens took charge of their story and made real change begin to happen.

MICA photography professor, Nate Larson, took to the streets of Baltimore with his “Contemporary Directions in Photography” class to explore the humanity behind the sensational headlines of the news media. His revealing photographs have been shared thousands of times (featured on CNN.com, hyperallergic.com, and medium.com to name a few), and we are proud to share some of the notice Nate has received for his hard work. Following posts will feature links the photographs done by his photo students.

#BaltimoreUprising

http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/29/us/gallery/baltimore-portraits-nate-larson/index.html

http://bmoreart.com/2015/04/holding-that-line-part-2.html

http://hyperallergic.com/203386/portraits-from-the-streets-of-the-baltimoreuprising/

View at Medium.com

http://blog.frieze.com/postcard-from-baltimore-trouble-in-charm-city/

http://www.natelarson.com/holding-that-line

http://www.natelarson.com/fourth-estate

http://www.natelarson.com/sandtown