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09/22/2007 10:07:28 AM · #151
Jason Eskenazi; Passion, Purpose, Vision: UC Berkley School of Journalism
09/22/2007 10:12:07 AM · #152
The White House News Photographers Association and American University are teaming up for a one day seminar on October 6th which will discuss the new multimedia trends and the future of the industry.

“PHOTOJOURNALISM: SURVIVING THE DIGITAL CHALLENGE” is a full day of exploration into the evolution of stills into the world of video due to the demands for web content.

Speakers include
Stephen Crowley of The New York Times, Lucian Perkins of The Washington Post, Pierre Kattar of washingtonpost.com, freelancer David Snyder, Jim Brady editor of washingtonpost.com, freelancer Glenn Luther, Michael Rosenbloom of VNI (Video News International) and Evan Nisselson founder of Digital Railroad.

Panasonic and Nikon will be on site giving demos of their new equipment too.

Please visit //www.whnpa.org/events/index.htm and scroll down to download the PDF of the flier with a speaker list and description of topics.

Location: Ward Hall, American University Date: Saturday Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Message edited by author 2007-09-22 10:13:30.
09/22/2007 10:16:20 AM · #153
The Great White North Workshop: Canada
09/22/2007 11:37:31 AM · #154
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09/23/2007 11:30:39 AM · #155
Mountain Workshop: Central Kentucky, Northern Tennessee
09/23/2007 03:44:17 PM · #156
BREAK THROUGH – Turn your potential into reality at any level.

Quarterly workshops conducted by international
wedding photographer, Kevin Keelan.

With over 10 years of perfecting the sweetest wedding
photography techniques to date.

Kevin now shares what some others pros won’t tell you (and the rest just don’t know).

Find out now atwww.kevinkeelan.com or call 407-921-9594.Guaranteed results on your next wedding!
09/23/2007 03:52:04 PM · #157
Michele Celentano's Wedding Workshop Like No Other!

Sept. 30–Oct. 4

Anthem, AZ.

High-energy, hands-on instruction at Scottsdale Plaza Resort;

//www.michelecelentano.com.
09/23/2007 03:53:42 PM · #158
Location Photography & Lighting with Joe McNally & Jerry Courvoisier

Sept. 30–Oct. 5

Milan, Italy. Through Santa Fe Photographic Workshops;

//www.santafeworkshops.com,

(505) 983-1400.
09/23/2007 03:55:22 PM · #159
Jose Villa Workshop; The fine art lounge:Santa Ynez, CA
09/23/2007 03:57:21 PM · #160
Marc Weisberg Studio; wedding photo workshop: Newport Beach, CA
09/23/2007 03:58:23 PM · #161
David Beckstead Workshops: Global
09/25/2007 07:10:24 PM · #162
Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Martha Rial teaches "Storytelling with Images" at the Sundance P

“Storytelling with Images”

November 8-11, 2007


Documentary photography is a powerful tool for exploring social issues in today’s complicated world. Photographers participating in this workshop will learn how to go beyond the snapshot and look for moments that combine information with visual impact while documenting daily life in rural America. Other topics will include discussions on idea development, research techniques and cultivating sources.

Link
09/29/2007 06:01:26 PM · #163
From November 18th to 24th, 14 selected photographers will join this intensive workshop which supports the Angkor Photo Festival. Among them, 4 participants will be chosen from the students of the Festival free workshops and offered a free course and accommodation

A variety of subjects will be proposed such as: Architecture/Interior Design/Real Estate/Building construction Studio and on-location portrait Movie posters (portrait and landscape) Corporate / NGOs editorial assignments Editing, captioning and retouching Photo file metadata (IPTC, EXIF, geo data) Network and computer setup for file transmission and storage Vincent Soyez and Laurent Zylberman will take care of this workshop.

More info at //www.angkorphotofestival.com/workshops/corporate-workshops.php

and //www.ccpw.biz

Message edited by author 2007-09-29 18:03:29.
09/29/2007 08:20:25 PM · #164
MASSACHUSETTS

From the Volunteer Laywers for the Arts of MA

Artist's Professional Toolbox Program now accepting
applications!: The Toolbox program is an 8-month-long intensive
professional development program for visual artists, designed to empower
them with the small business skills they need to thrive and flourish in
their artistic careers. If you know and work with visual artists (or
are one yourself), please let them know about this great opportunity!
Learn more about the Toolbox program on the VLA website at www.vlama.org
10/08/2007 10:43:08 PM · #165
Ken Rockwell Workshop in the High Sierras
10/10/2007 10:12:35 PM · #166
The Summit Family of Workshops
10/14/2007 09:28:01 AM · #167
Arthur Morris Instruction tours: Birds as Art; Florida
10/26/2007 03:00:42 PM · #168
Mary Virginia Swanson Workshops; Tucson, AZ
10/31/2007 06:16:39 PM · #169
Long Island Photo Workshop: NY
11/03/2007 11:53:34 PM · #170
The Eddie Adams Workshop is a tuition free event that takes place in Jeffersonville, NY, about a 2.5 hour drive from New York City. Once you are accepted, you are responsible for travel expenses, and a flat fee for room and board at the Workshop.

During the four-day workshop, attendees will get to work intimately with some of the best photojournalists in the field today, as well as other photo-industry experts, including photo editors, producers and experienced Nikon technical representatives.

There are 150 industry professionals at the Workshop, many of whom are picture editors and photography directors of national publications such as Time, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and People. Every evening of the Workshop there is a portfolio review where you can get feedback on your work from these editors.

Additional Info | //www.eddieadamsworkshop.com
11/03/2007 11:55:36 PM · #171
The Churchill Downs Workshop will be going on hiatus in 2007. Do to circumstances beyond their control they will be taking the
year off with plans to make the following year bigger and better.

The annual Collegiate Sports Journalism Seminar is a tuition-free program held in conjunction with the media build-up to the Kentucky Derby each year.

Forty of the nation's top student journalists and photojournalists, who have an interest in a career in sports journalism and sports photography, will be chosen to participate in this three-day event, the last week of April every year, at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The seminar takes place one week prior to the Kentucky Derby.

Students will have the opportunity to observe and interact with professional sports writers, photographers and broadcast journalists as they prepare to cover the Kentucky Derby. Students will also participate in a day long sports journalism workshop, allowing them to practice their craft against the backdrop of one of the nation's largest sporting events.

Past and current speakers include Bill Frakes, Rick Rickman, Mike Corrado, Lucas Gilman, Dave Black and Skip Dickstein.

Additional Info | //www.chdphoto.com
11/03/2007 11:56:49 PM · #172
Held in cooperation with the NCAA Division I Big West Conference, Sports Shooter Academy participants will be covering major college events along side top professional photographers, receiving hands-on instruction, on the spot evaluations, tips on portrait and arena lighting, using remote cameras, working with coaches and athletes and making story-telling images.

USA TODAY staff photographer Robert Hanashiro directed the first Academy in 2005 that saw 32 students photograph everythng from baseball to basketball to horse racing. Students also shot portraits over this five day event.

In April of 2006 Sports Shooter Academy II was held and the students were also able to photograph NBA basketball, NHL hockey and AVP volleyball in addition to the above-mentioned sports.

Faculty have included Matt Brown, Donald Miralle, Wally Skalij, Dave Black, Michael Goulding, Sean Haffey, Myung J. Chun and Darrell Miho.

Students stay at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Irvine-Orange County Airport.

Additional Info | //www.sportsshooter.com/news/1846
11/05/2007 12:03:41 PM · #173
Call for artists - A.I.R. International Artists
Residencies/FilmFest -Summer 2008- Hungary


The Hungarian Multicultural Center is currently
accepting applications for the
Csopak/Balatonfured - Hungarian International
Artist/Writer Residencies and FilmFest Program 2008

Residencies:
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Program Dates:
Tuesday, May 20 - Thursday, June 12, 2008
Thuesday, June 17 - Thursday, July 10, 2008
Tuesday, July 15 - Thursday, August 7, 2008

FilmFest:
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Program Dates: August 5-6, 2008

The HMC invites interested visual artists,
experimental short film makers and writers to submit
application for its residency/FilmFest -2008.

Exhibition/FilmFest are arranged at Congress Center,
Balatonfured.
The program is open to international artists working
in all disciplines who are engaged in the research,
development or creation of work.

For application form or questions regarding the
International Artist Residency please write to
bszechy@yahoo.com

or go to our web site to
//www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com
11/10/2007 11:52:32 AM · #174
Ironbound Workshops Newark, NJ
11/17/2007 11:56:48 PM · #175

If at all interested, look on the lower bottom right of this site to select from several workshops available in Asia.

Eyes on Asia Workshops
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