Come support your classmates who went to the Grand Canyon on a Photography Trip over spring break
Congratulations to student exhibitors: Dani Brand, Samantha Bruno, Rachel Mazariegos, Taylor Klink, Karishma Patel and Emanuela Maddalena
On Saturday, April 30 North students will participate in a Rockland County High School Art Exhibit in
conjunction with their Charity Day to support Habitat for Humanity. HFH’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live in order to help families break the cycle of poverty & build long-term financial security.
Visitors to Lord and Taylor will be able to vote on their favorite works of art, as well as enjoy other events and promotions at the store.
Click HERE to view A new exhibit at the National Gallery in Washington, DC
The Art Honor Society will have it’s first meeting on Monday 9/23
Katonah Museum of Art- Call for Submissions, DEADLINE: September 30
“Face to Face- Community Portraits”
Submit your 6″x6″ ready to hang portrait! Click here for details
Photogropher Forums Magazine/Nikon, Deadline October 14
“Emerging Photographers Contest”
($5 fee per entry) click here for more information
International Center for Photography: Lewis Hine Exhibit Opening October 4th
International Center for Photography, NYC, Teen Academy
Be a part of an exhibit at the Katonah Museum of Art in Westchester!!!
Face to Face: Community Portraits
October 27, 2013 – February 16, 2014
Click here for submission details and other important information.
Looking for some local inspiration? Check out this exhibit at the Rockland Center for the Arts. It promises to be a good one!
Click here for more info
This photo and others like it are on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibit, Faking It, was reviewed in the NY Times on Friday. Long before the invention of Photoshop, artists like Man Ray were manipulating photographs to confuse reality with illusion.
The exhibit is on view through January.
|International Center for Photography
OPENING SEPTEMBER 14
Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life
Unidentified Photographer, [Part of the crowd near the Drill Hall on the opening day of the Treason Trial], December 19, 1956. Times Media Collection, Museum Africa, Johannesburg.
|ON VIEW AT GOVERNORS ISLAND
ICP Occupies Governors Island: Exhibiting Powerful Images from the 99 Percent
© Jeremy Ayers
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|PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE GUGGENHEIM
Check out these upcoming events at the Guggenheim that are perfect for photography lovers! ICP Members are invited to take advantage of the Guggenheim’s membership discounts for these events.
September 21: Empath, Affect, and the Photographic Image
October 2: The Portrait in Contemporary Photography
Both events are $10, $7 members, free for students with valid ID. For moreinformation, visit www.guggenheim.org.
Also check the New Photographers exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art on display through January