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Jerusalem Film Workshop

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The Jerusalem Film Workshop is a six-week hands-on course on filmmaking. Students learn how to operate professional cameras, edit video and work in a production team to create both fiction and documentary films. Our master classes offer a unique opportunity to network with Israel’s acclaimed producers and directors. Last year 22 young creatives from around the globe joined us from the US, Croatia, China, Argentina, etc. Each student shoots two films, which are screened during the Jerusalem Film Festival.
This year’s workshop will take place from June 12 – July 20, 2016. Registration is now open.

Women’s Studio Workshop | Scholarships

Summer Art Institute:
Invest in Your Practice
Spend a week with Women’s Studio Workshop to learn a new skill or hone your craft with a community of makers. This year’s impressive lineup of twenty intensive workshops includes calligraphy, textile printing, photogravure, experimental papermaking, bookbinding, and much more!

Learn from the best in the field: our Summer Art Institute (SAI) instructors are eager to share their expertise and guide students through new processes or strengthen existing techniques. Make your artwork a priority this summer with WSW!

Visit our website or call us at (845) 658-9133 to register.
Scholarships are available!
If you’re itching to join us this summer but could use a little financial assistance, you could be eligible for our Summer Art Institute Scholarship! Complete the scholarship application form by May 15th to be considered for a 50% tuition discount.

Richard Patrick Memorial Scholarship | DSVC

Announcing the Richard Patrick Memorial Scholarship

The Dallas Society of Visual Communications Foundation in partnership with Dick Patrick is proud and honored to make available to photography majors/minors a new scholarship: The Richard Patrick Memorial Scholarship.A successful photographer for more than 30 years, Richard Patrick was introduced to the craft by his mother. He fine-tuned his skills while serving in the U.S. Army. After a stint in the Korean War, Richard went on to work for The Claron Ledger, National Football League, American Basketball Association and others, before opening his own studio.

Always generous with his experience and knowledge, he mentored countless young photographers throughout his career; many went on to build successful studios and businesses of their own. Although his photographs left a mark wherever they were seen, his greatest legacy was the unselfish way in which he encouraged and inspired young artists looking for guidance.

To honor his passing in 2014, this scholarship is being offered in hopes that the recipient will pass this legacy on and his memory will continue to live in the hearts and imagery of future photographic communicators.

The Richard Patrick Memorial Scholarship is open to any recognized college or university student enrolled on a full-time basis that meets the following criteria:

  • Must be either a Photography major or minor
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5.
  • Must have applied for the scholarship through photography entry/entries in the National Student Show & Conference juried competition.
Applicants will be required to submit a letter signed by the department head on official university letterhead verifying eligibility to the Dallas Society of Visual Communications at the following address:ATTN: National Student Show
400 N. Saint Paul St.
Suite 715
Dallas, TX 75201

The deadline to submit entries for this scholarship is February 28th.

PURCHASE ENTRIES
This is an exciting new opportunity and we hope you will take full advantage of it. If you have any questions please contact the National Student Show & Conference chair at chair@nationalstudentshow.com or through the contact form at nationalstudentshow.com/contact

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The 2016 Snider Prize | MoCP

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2015 Snider Prize award recipient Trent Davis Bailey, from The North Fork series, 2014

Due: April 1, 2016

The 2016 Snider Prize

Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Snider Prize, a purchase award given to emerging artists as they leave graduate school. MoCP’s curatorial staff will select three artists for this award: one winner will receive $2,000, and two honorable mentions will each receive $500. These funds will go toward the purchase of work to be added to MoCP’s permanent collection. The prize is open to MFA students currently in their last year of study and is sponsored by MoCP patrons Lawrence K. and Maxine Snider. See below for more information on past Snider Prize recipients.

Submissions will be accepted from January 15 – April 1, 2016 at midnight, and the three award recipients will be announced on May 2, 2016.

Submit your application here:  http://colum.formstack.com/forms/snider_prize  

Job Opening, Production Assistant and Customer Support | Coupralux

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Coupralux Giclée Printmaking Studio is hiring an assistant for Production and Customer Support.

For more information, please contact Coupralux directly:

1715 Market Center Blvd
Dallas, Texas 75207

gallery@coupralux.com
214.748.2300

Scholarship | The Ian Parry Scholarship

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Due: July 14, 2015
Ian Parry Scholarship

The Ian Parry Scholarship is a free international photographic award for documentary & visual photojournalism students and freelance photographers of the age of 24 years and under. This year we celebrate our 26th year.
Our 2015 deadline is July 14th 2015

Click HERE to download the application for and HERE for the digital entry process.

The award is open to all full time students including recently graduating students and BA, MA and MFA students. We ask you send us a folder of a 12 image portfolio, an application form and a synopsis of a story you would like to shoot should you win via yousendit or dropbox to entries@ianparry.org You should include research and a budget with your plan.

The award will be judged on the 21st July by our Patron Don McCullin and Trustees. Please follow us on twitter @ianparryscholar for updates.

We have increased our prize to £3,500 along with a Canon camera for the winner. The finalists will receive £500 each. Save The Children offers an international paid commission to one of the finalists. A selection of the winning images will be published in the SundayTimes magazine Spectrum and exhibited in London, also appearing in a special edition Ian Parry Scholarship catalogue.

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