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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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SPEakOp: #SaveTheNEA

Posted on 03/29/17 by James in SPEakOp

The arts are again under fire and we need your support. You may recall that back in January we warned that (then) President-elect Trump and his team were planning to eliminate the NEA and NEH,... read more

#GivingTuesday

Posted on 11/29/16 by SPE Office Staff in SPE

The Society for Photographic Education is a proud partner of #GivingTuesday. What is #GivingTuesday? Today (Tuesday, November 29, 2016), charities, families, businesses, not for profit organizations, community centers, professionals, and students around the world will come together... read more

SPEakOp: This Is Not The Future by Bill Gaskins

Posted on 04/11/16 by Bill in SPEakOp

SPEakOp (SPE Opinion) is a new series of think-pieces focused on news, culture, social justice, photography, cinema, and media, enabling readers to see the world differently through an unexpected assortment of views and voices through... read more

New Board Member Aspen Hochhalter Reflects on SPE's 2016 National Conference

Posted on 04/04/16 by Aspen in National Board Member Posts

Three weeks ago, I attended my first SPE National Conference as a Board member. It was a fascinating and inspiring week. I witnessed a Board full of dedicated individuals envisioning a bright future for SPE,... read more

Glowing Wavelengths In Between

Posted on 03/21/16 by SPE Office Staff in Member Posts

SPE exhibiting artist, Sonja Thomsen, discusses the beginnings of her project "Glowing Wavelengths In Between" and the ideologies that permiate her work and practice. Sonja writes... It was such a pleasure to put together the exhibition... read more

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