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November 26, 2013

Eyes in Progress – Paris Workshop

Join Ed Kashi (VII) in Paris this spring for his Eyes in Progress workshop, “Visual Storytelling in the Digital Age.” Covering the topic of documentary reportage, you will refine your storytelling techniques and improve story composition, by working on an editorial project developed with Ed. Participating in the workshop...

November 25, 2013

Klaus Honnef on Photojournalism

Klaus Honnef, professor of the arts and photography is the chairman of the jury for the UNICEF 2013 Photo of the Year award. He shared some truly inspiring words about photojournalism in regards to the competition: While art photography seems to become ever more boring, oscillating somewhere between worthless...

November 21, 2013

Narco Cultura Premiere

A musical genre called “narcocorridos” is gaining momentous popularity for Mexican and Latino listeners in the Americas. “These bloodthirsty and explicit odes to the exploits of narco traffickers and drug lords of Mexico openly glorify violence, narcotics and money. Like gangsta rap in the nineties, “Narco” is a movement...

November 20, 2013

Social Media and the Storm

Join photographers Benjamin Lowy and Stephen Wilkes along with Sean Corcoran, the City Museum curator of Prints and Photographs, for a discussion on the impact of social media during Hurricane Sandy. The major role played by mobile photography in the documentary efforts of the disaster was an unprecedented form...

November 18, 2013

Open Show NY #9

This Wednesday, November 20th at 7:00PM, the Bronx Documentary Center will be holding their ninth installment of Open Show NY. This event will be the first themed screening of the Open Show series. Five photographers will be speaking around the central theme of “Home.” Brenda Ann Kenneally, Sheila Griffin,...

November 14, 2013

Valerie: Global News for Women by Women

Columbia School of Journalism alumni Daria Solovieva with the help of Columbia classmate Ivy Ng, has recently launched a new publication called, “Valerie.” The online magazine, “Valerie, which went live November 1, bills itself as a space to ‘feature female writers, bloggers, photographers, bring you stories of inspiring women and...

November 12, 2013

The Homecoming Project – Expansion Campaign

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are just two kinds of wounds US military members frequently face, often having detrimental effects on suffering veterans.  “Throughout 2010-2012 the US military lost more service members to suicide than it did to combat related deaths in Iraq and...

November 11, 2013

Deadline Approaching: PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards

Apply today for the PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards. To be emceed by Ed Kashi (VII), these awards honor professional, amateur, student, and mobile photographs that were made to help inspire social change on behalf of non-profits. The deadline for entry is November 15th. To find out more information visit http://photophilanthropy.org/award,...

November 08, 2013

A Chat With the Kashis: A Photojournalism Family Juggles Chaos and Calm

Published today on National Geographic’s PROOF blog, is an article by Alice Gabriner highlighting an interview with Ed Kashi (VII) and his family as a part of the “Conversations” series. Gabriner digs deep into the Kashi family’s delicate balance of work and travel with a home life. “I’ve gotten both,...

PhotoPhilanthropy Webinar

Photographs are powerful tools that when used correctly can inspire action and social change. It is critical for documentary photographers and non-profits to understand how to make and utilize imagery in an effective way and to that end, PhotoPhilanthropy is collaborating with TechSoup to host a webinar on the topic Tuesday, November 12th....

November 07, 2013

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