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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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#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

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

Take Over SPE's Instagram!

Posted on 03/09/16 by SPE Office Staff in SPE

SPE is seeking member photographers to takeover our Instagram account for a week at a time! Share your unique artwork and perspective to the larger photographic community, engage with our Instagram network, and widen your... read more

The Life of Small Things: Reflecting on PLAYA

Posted on 02/08/16 by SPE Office Staff in Member Posts

SPE member and 2015 SPE Imagemaker Award winner Adam Ekberg shares some thoughts about SPE and his time in eastern Oregon at the PLAYA Residency Program. "SPE conferences have long been an important forum for me... read more

SPE is Now a Member of NARM

Posted on 12/21/15 by SPE Office Staff in SPE

Have you heard the news? The Society for Photographic Education is now an institutional member of the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association. NARM is one of the largest reciprocal membership programs in the world.... read more

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