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October 2016

Smartphone Photo Workshop: New York City

October 29, 2016 - October 30, 2016

Join Ed Kashi/VII in NYC for a National Geographic Expedition workshop on mobile photography! The workshop will take place October 29 – 30, 2016 in New York City. – Smartphones have become our everyday companions, relied upon more and more for capturing and sharing moments in our lives through photography. In the ongoing mobile imaging revolution, sensors, lenses, and technology are getting steadily more sophisticated, and myriad new creative apps have put smartphones on the cutting-edge of photography today. Our…

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November 2016


November 1, 2016 - February 19, 2017

Only 4 days remain to see the Dispatches exhibition at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA)! “Dispatches gathers and generates artistic responses to the news by 34 contemporary artists and photojournalists. The exhibition includes a survey of works from 2010 – present and launches a series of commissions, or “dispatches” on current events and the critical issues of our time. The art works emerge from within and in defiance of today’s media landscape, ranging from real-time coverage to deliberately slow…

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Lucie Foundation at C40 Mayors Summit

November 30, 2016 - January 11, 2017

“The C40 Mayors Summit in Mexico City will bring together the largest group of local leaders fighting climate change since COP21. C40 cities around the world are leading the way in reducing carbon emissions and protecting people from potential risks. Their work is setting a strong example for others – and the Summit is a great chance for cities to share their progress, learn from one another, and help the world reach the goals that were set in Paris.” –…

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February 2017

Ed Kashi Near and Far

February 1 @ 8:00 am - February 5 @ 5:00 pm

The Dallas Center for Photography will be having Ed back to Dallas to lead a workshop on the concept of Working Near and Far. Over four days you’ll meet at the studio and go out in the field to discover what photography means to you in the context of visual story telling. Some of the ideas and topics that Ed will explore with you: Near: Photographing a detail in your home that tells where you live and what you do to.…

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New Frontiers of Visual Storytelling: It’s All Personal

February 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us on Saturday, February 4th at Dallas Center of Photography to hear photojournalist Ed Kashi’s evening lecture New Frontiers of Visual Storytelling: It’s All Personal. He’ll share work from personal projects and major commissions, talk about the importance of social media and Instagram, the photo essay and advocacy work. The talk will be richly illustrated with a combination of stills, short videos and smartphone work. This lecture comes at the end of his Near and Far 4-Day Workshop at…

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Winner of the 2017 World Press Photo Contest Announced

February 15 - March 3

I am thrilled to hear that Amber Bracken, one of the students in the Advanced Mentored Studies program at Anderson Ranch Arts Center has won first prize in the 2017 World Press Photo Contest! Amber’s wonderful photo essay of the Standing Rock protest in Cannon Ball, N.D. won the contemporary issues category, which recognizes her work for it’s “visually compelling insights about our world and will be part of an exhibition that travels to 45 countries, seen by more than 4…

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Photo Workshop in Myanmar & New Yorker Instagram Takeover

February 20 - March 1

Ed Kashi and Liza Politi are teaching a photography workshop in Myanmar from February 20 to March 1. The workshop includes location shoots, technical classes, and an edit/critique session almost every day in between visiting Yangon, The Shwedagon Pagoda, Boyote Market, The Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp, and more. For more info about the workshop, click here.   Ed Kashi will also be taking over The New Yorker‘s Instagram feed from Wednesday, February 22 to Tuesday, February 28th. Follow along here as he shares…

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Newest Americans releases Episode 4 of American Sueño

February 23

Talking Eyes Media and Newest Americans has just released Episode 4 of American Sueño: Undeterred. The story follows Marisol Conde-Hernandez and her family. Marisol is an undocumented law student at Rutgers Law School.   Follow Marisol’s story as it unfolds in Newest Americans Visuals by: Rachel Dennis, Ron Haviv, Gareth Smit   See previous chapters of Marisol’s story below. Episode 1: Meet Marisol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfs8cPV_aMM Episode 2: Leaving Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGaQj_aWBlM Episode 3: Here & Not https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYEEA8qJP7A  

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March 2017

Newest Americans Launch Party

March 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Newest Americans is hosting a launch party next Wednesday, March 8th for their latest issue. Join for food, music, and fun and get a sneak peak at the Ironbound Issue.     Video by Julie Winokur for Newest Americans at the Ironbound Boxing Academy in Newark, NJ.

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Bring it to the Table on the Washington Post

March 9 - March 16

The Washington Post featured Bring it to the Table this morning on their site, bringing attention to the successful political engagement that becomes possible through civil discourse. Julie Winokur started this project in 2012 when our son Eli challenged her intolerance of conservative beliefs. These efforts to revive civility have been increasingly more relevant in today’s politically divided America. See the article here. _ “I always saw this as the citizens’ antidote to politicians. It’s taboo to ask people about their…

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