ED KASHI
ArchiveCategory

Workshop at the New CPAC

Recently, in August 2011, the “old” CPAC (Colorado Photographic Arts Center) merged with Working with Artists. The end result is a “fully staffed community-oriented center dedicated to the appreciation and learning of photography,”  the New CPAC. For the first time, Ed will be teaching a workshop at the New...

December 20, 2011

FREE VII Photographer Seminars

Tomorrow, Dec 16, VII Photo kicks off their first free online seminar (1 of 5) with Seamus Murphy’s “Poetry In Motion.” Don’t miss out!

December 15, 2011

10 days to go

Ed is a fan of Peter DiCampo’s “Life Without Lights” project and urges you to check out Peter’s Kickstarter site. Crowd funding has become a critical source of income for socially aware work. The beauty in crowd funding is that the public — you — can have a hand...

December 12, 2011

FAbP#2

Frequently Asked by Photojournalists #2. In this series, Paula Gonzalez Lopez of Open University in Catalunya, Spain queried sources like Ed to create a picture of photojournalism today and where it stands financially, politically, and stylistically.  PGL: In relation to the framing in the picture, do you prefer working...

December 08, 2011

Ed Kashi, in person, Dec 12, Palo Alto

Please join Ed on Monday, Dec 12 in Palo Alto at the 3rd Annual What Matters Photojournalism Forum. 10 – noon: Speaker Panel on Publication Profession (for students only) 1-3pm: Presentation on Professional Practice (FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) Paly Theater, Palo Alto High School, 50 Embarcadero Road.

December 06, 2011

DEC 8: go!

This Thurs, Dec 8, Ed would like to draw your attention to: in NEW YORK “Life in Motion” exhibition opening reception photographs by ICP and The Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography students mentored by Ed Kashi and curated by Alison Morley in LONDON “The Family” exhibition opening and launch...

December 05, 2011

ThePhotoSociety.org

1 Flesh Eating Parasites. 2 Stoned by Religious Group. 1 Lost at Sea. 1 Penis Fish. 2 Held at Gunpoint. The list, a chart actually of life threatening and brutal encounters, goes on. These are the kind of facts and tidbits you’ll find at the new The Photo Society (TPS),...

December 01, 2011