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Photos: Maya Aristimuño, Ashley Pena, Denise Stephanie, and Sophia Wilson
Art, Storytelling and Starting Young
Monday, November 23 | 5:00 - 6:00 pm (EST) on Zoom
Combining the ideas of pop/girl culture and publications, this panel of young NYU female creatives will talk about their experiences as artists working today. They will discuss the impact of publishing, drive, motivation, idolization, and how being so young in a huge industry impacts their perception of what success means and their own self-worth. Sharing their diverse and oftentimes similar stories, they hope to unpack the mysteries and the successes of their experiences.

NYU Student Panel: Maya Aristimuño, Ashley Pena, Denise Stephanie (moderator), and Sophia Wilson

Presented by The Institute of African American Affairs (IAAA) & Center for Black Visual Culture (CBVC) and Department of Photography & Imaging, Tisch School of the Arts.
This Week
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Photoville 2020
Ending Sunday, November 29

Last week to see the Photoville 2020 exhibitions including ours in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Click here for more information.

Featuring: Ari Adams, Anna Betts, Taylor Bissey, Nina Dietz, Rafik Greiss, Junyan Hu, Ember Hua, Karolina Lajch, Grace Lee, Wenyu Li, Phoebe Nakry Lincoln, Mariel Llano, Daniela Loya, Katie McGowan, Angelica Milagros Negron, Sammy Ray, Erica Jordan Palmieri, Victoria Schaeffer, Jack Seidenberg, Ellen Shuan, Robin Takami, Katerina Voegtle, and Mark Wei. Curated by: Lorie Novak

Check out the Photoville Community Resources during COVID-19, click here.
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Media and the Movement: Honoring the work of Maurice Berger
Tuesday, December 1, 7:00 - 8:30 pm 

The School of Visual Arts, MFA Photography, Video, and Related Media Department welcomes you to an intimate discussion on the life and work of art historian and civil rights scholar Maurice Berger. Joining the discussion will be Deborah Willis, Brian Palmer, and Marvin Heiferman. Register here
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Race, Activism and Photography
December 3 - 5, 2020

This three-day symposium, featuring panel-led roundtables, lectures, and artist presentations, will amplify the voices of artists, writers, and arts professionals, the majority of whom have participated in our residency program, WOODSTOCK AIR. Keynote address by Carrie Mae Weems. Click here for more information.

DPI Students, Alums, and Faculty
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Congratulations to DPI Student Tony Wang on being accepted to screen at the   New York No Limits Series 2020 Summit!

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First-year DPI student Denise Stephanie's photos were featured by a Converse campaign back in September. Her photos are now being featured in their flagship store in Soho New York.

To read more about this, click here.
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Congratulations to DPI Professor Joseph Rodriguez on the release of his new book: 'LAPD 1994'. Click here for more information.
DPI Alum Ariel Goldberg was awarded an Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for their book Just Captions: Ethics of Trans and Queer Image Culture. Click here for more information.
2021 Magnum Foundation Photography and Social Justice Fellowship 

The program supports a diverse, international group of Photography and Social Justice Fellows who are passionate about challenging injustice, pursuing social equality, and advancing human rights through photography, and provides space for interdisciplinary experimentation and mentored project development for new approaches to socially engaged documentary practice.

Applications deadline for the 2021 Fellowship Program is Tuesday, December 1 at
11:59 PM EST
. Click here for more information.

Newsroom Fellowship Program 

The New York Times Fellowship is a one-year work program beginning in June 2021 and is aimed at cultivating the next generation of journalists.

Applications deadline for the 2021 Fellowship Program is Wednesday, December 9 at
5 pm EST
. Click here for more information.

New York Foundation for the Arts Tri-State Relief Fund

Tri-State Relief Fund to Support Non-Salaried Workers in the Visual Arts is open for its final cycle. The Fund has been expanded to include freelance, contract, or non-salaried Arts Educators, Arts Publication Editors, and Arts Curators, in addition to the Archivists, Art Handlers, Artist/Fine Art Photographer's Assistants, Cataloguers, Database Specialists, Digital Assets Specialists, Image Scanners/Digitizers, and Registrars

Applications close on Monday, December 14 at 11:59 PM EST. Click here for more information.

NYU Diversity Art Festival 

Diversity Art Festival will be held virtually this year. Their mission is to share and celebrate diverse student voices and artists at NYU.

All submissions must be turned in by Friday, January 1st, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST in order to qualify. Click here for more information.

Hemispheres: The Tufts Jornal of International Affairs

Hemispheres, The Tufts Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs, one of the oldest undergraduate journals in the field, is now accepting submissions relating to this year’s theme of Coping with Crises. Submissions should be photographs relevant to international affairs taken by undergraduates. We welcome and encourage a broad interpretation of the theme and a list of potential photographic subjects is on their website.

The submission deadline is Monday, January 11th, 2021. Click here for more information.

Robert Giard Grant for Emerging LGBTQ+ Photographers

The Robert Giard Grant for Emerging LGBTQ+ Photographers supports the creation of work by emerging LGBTQ+ photographers whose projects address issues of sexuality, gender, or LGBTQ+ identity.

The submission deadline is Thursday, January 21st, 2021. Click here for more information.

NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship

This grant is awarded to New York state residents in fifteen different disciplines over a three-year period (five categories a year) and the application is free to complete. The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is intended to fund an artist’s vision or voice. This year's cycle includes Interdisciplinary Work and Video/Film. 

The submission deadline is Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST. Click here for more information.

What We Are Reading, Watching and Listening To

Gordon Parks: The Atmosphere of Crime, 1957

This photobook reproduces more than 50 of approximately 300 photographs Parks took during his Life magazine assignment with contemporary essays on photojournalism social justice. Click here for more information about the photobook.

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"Crime in the U.S.", Life Magazine, September 9, 1957, p. 54-55. Photograph by Gordon Parks.
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Overheard at National Geographic
S4, Ep1: Can You Hear the Reggae in My Photographs?

Photographer and National Geographic Storytelling Fellow Ruddy Roye grew up in Jamaica, a cradle of reggae and social justice movements. 

Click here for Apple Podcasts. Click here for Spotify. 

Photoville Festival On-Demand

All of the exciting and insightful commentary and community that you’ve come to expect from Photoville’s talks and workshops is now available from the appropriately socially-distanced comfort of your own home and watched at your own pace, in partnership with PhotoWings. Click here to start exploring.

LagosPhoto Festival 2020

Launched in 2010, LagosPhoto is the first international arts festival of photography in Nigeria. In a month-long festival, events include exhibitions, workshops, artist presentations, discussions, and large scale outdoor prints displayed throughout the city with the aim of reclaiming public spaces and engaging the general public with multifaceted stories of Africa. Click here for more information.
The Department of Photography and Imaging (DPI) at NYU Tisch School of the Arts is a four-year B.F.A. program centered on the making and understanding of images. DPI offers students both the intensive focus of an arts curriculum while demanding a broad grounding in the liberal arts. Our department embraces multiple perspectives and approaches which encourages critical engagement both in and outside of the classroom.

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