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June 21, 2009
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People/Places/Things-an International Photography Competition Celebrating En Foco's 35th Anniversary June 24 (early bird deadline) and July 1 (extended) New Works #13-New Works Photography Awards Fellowship is an annual program selecting three or more U.S. based photographers of Latino, African, Asian, Native-American or Pacific Highlander heritage, through a national call for entries. July 31 deadline. For more visit: www.enfoco.org

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June 21, 2009
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On Sunday May 31st, Daylight Editor Michael Itkoff spoke at a workshop led by Jonathan Torgovnik entitled 'Partnering with NGOs to Produce Meaningful Work'. The full weekend workshop featured both photographers and representatives from NGOs who discussed how photographers can collaborate with NGOs and Non-for-Profit organizations to communicate issues of contemporary social significance.ShareThis
May 20, 2009

Daylight Editor, Michael Itkoff, offered portfolio reviews at the NY Photo Festival 2009 in Brooklyn, New York. From May 13-17 NYPH hosted its second annual festival to promote the future of contemporary photography. The event offers exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions, presentations, lectures, portfolio reviews and more. for more information visit: www.nyphotofestival.com

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May 20, 2009
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The Jersey International Film Festival seeks to engage the public with human rights issues from around the world through the feature of documentary films and photographic projects exploring relevant subject matter. Over the past four years, this festival has experienced tremendous growth thanks to the continued support of Amnesty International as a primary organising partner. The 2009 edition of the festival marks its 5th Anniversary and will be held June 15-19 at the Jersey Arts Center. 

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May 20, 2009
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The new 240-page photography book "American Youth" examines the newest generation of 18 to 24-year olds in detail, observing young couples and Mormon missionaries, debutante balls and drunken tailgate stupors, war widows and B-boys, street kids and lobstermen. How are they different, and how are they exactly the same volunteers. There are would-be pop stars waiting for a shot on American Idol, organic farmers living the hippie dream and tattooed Cobra gang members brooding in the the Window Rock jail, Navajo Reservation.

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April 10, 2009
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Fraction Magazine, an online photography magazine based in Albuquerque, New Mexico seeks to offer an alternative to the fixed gallery, and continually examine the role photography plays in our society. As photography continually changes, so do the venues and options available to artists. This month, Fraction released its 7th online edition available at: www.fractionmag.com

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April 1, 2009
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BAGnewsNotes is the only blog dedicated100% to visual politics and analysis of news images. BNN also features original politically-oriented photojournalism from top-name photographers bringing coverage like no other to the world from around the world. For more visit: www.bagnews.com

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April 1, 2009
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The European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) and the 2008/2009 student team are pleased to announce the third edition of the Photography Competition "Visualizing Democracy and Human Rights" dedicated to the theme "Human Rights in the Making". We look forward to receiving individual contributions through June 30, 2009. The competition is universally open and free of costs for participants.

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April 1, 2009
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Daylight now posts regular updates regarding programmatic activities, multimedia releases, special events and more on our Twitter page! Please follow us from your Twitter account to stay informed and engaged with our diverse programs. Visit: www.twitter.com/daylightonline

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April 1, 2009
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After last year's enormous success FOTO8 and HOST gallery are pleased to announce the opening of entries to the second Annual Foto8 Awards & Summer Show 2009: a photographic award, exhibition and print fair. The show will follow Foto8's tradition of supporting new works by contemporary photographers and encouraging independent photojournalism. This year's event includes 1500 euros in Prize Money, The Experts Award and the People's Choice Award. Deadline May 30. Visit www.foto8.com

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