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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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JOEL STERNFELD MASTER WORKSHOP

'Expanding Photography's Expanded Field'

FotoFilmic   /   Deadline: 05/31/19

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Joel will work for two consecutive days with a select group of 15 photographers with an emphasis on pushing contemporary photography's narrative envelope, while further exploring its complex articulation with text information.

Joel seldom agrees to conducting workshops like this one: this arguably represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study under one of contemporary photography's most influential masters having largely shaped many of today's fine art practices.

Location

Terminal Creek Contemporary569 Artisan LaneVancouver/Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G2Canada

Fees

None

Eligibility

Professional photographic artists and advanced amateurs 18+ years of age from all nationalities.

Requirements

Demonstrate continued commitment to the study and practice of the photographic medium, as well as creating work deemed critical and innovative in the contemporary field.

Awards

Selection to participate to Joel Sternfeld's Master Workshop

Evaluation Criteria

Photographers interested in this rare mentoring opportunity must demonstrate advanced practices and skills, as witnessed through their submission portfolio. Professional artists committed to the medium with full time photography careers or occupations will be granted priority. That said promising advanced amateurs will also be considered in a balancing effort to compose a highly dynamic and diverse group of participants.

Contact Information

Bastien Doria
461 Bowen Island Trunk Rd, Bowen Island 461 Bowen Island Trunk Rd
Vancouver, BC V0N 1G0

P: 7789900235
W: https://fotofilmic.com/workshop-joel-sternfeld/
E: bastien@fotofilmic.com

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