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TO ATTEND: Harvey Wang's 'From Darkroom to Daylight' screenings

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The documentary film 'From Darkroom to Daylight' features Harvey Wang's interviews with more than 20 important figures in the field of photography. Each shares their personal perspective on this monumental shift in the practice of photography, and how it has impacted their work. The stories are told through studio visits, artists' work, and archival imagery. The film is screening at museums, film and photography festivals, and educational institutions. Screening schedule: 4/18: 2 screenings at AIPAD, NYC4/18: Fine Art Film Festival, LA4/19: Capture Photography Festival (Vancouver, Canada)4/25: Portland at Photolucida4/29: Venice, CA as part of Month of Photography Los Angeles6/13: Danish...

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CALL FOR APPLICANTS: ONWARD's Global Mentorship Teachers

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Project Basho / ONWARD is seeking instructors for ONWARD Global Mentorship, an immersive, online ten-month program that offers structured professional guidance to help photographers complete a strong body of work. Requested start date is June 2015. Details here. DEADLINE: Mar 29 (and beyond, on an as-needed basis)

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TO ATTEND: An Evening of Art Books

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Daylight Books, Slideluck and DJ Spooky are proud to join forces to host a launch reception to celebrating Daylight's spring book releases. Artists will be in attendance to sign books, and a slideshow will highlight work from these books throughout the evening. Daylight will be rolling out eight new titles this spring featuring work by some of the most exciting artists working in the field. Also on hand will be a new book by DJ Spooky and a photo/cookbook from Slideluck. Daylight's forthcoming titles are as follows:HARVEY WANG: FROM DARKROOM TO DAYLIGHT IMAGING EDEN: BERT TEUNISSEN, SIMON NORFOLK, JUNG JIN LEE, JIM...

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TO ATTEND: Tama Hochbaum 'silver screen: dancers' @ George Lawson Gallery

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George Lawson Gallery (San Francisco, CA) presents Tama Hochbaum's recent work from her series 'Silver Screen', dealing with dance. For some time Hochbaum has been capturing televised content with her iPhone, in particular films from the 1940s, organizing her shots into grids and printing the digital files onto aluminum. The series, which began as an homage to her late mother, has evolved into an exploration of generationally stacked technologies for delivering media, their correlation with personal memory, and in juxtaposition, the accumulation of shared cultural references. The exhibition corresponds with the release of Hochbaum's new book, 'Silver Screen', published by...

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TO ATTEND: 'New Directions in Transgender Representation' @ The Camera Club of New York

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The Camera Club of New York presents a conversation on transgender representation with artists Mariette Pathy Allen and Allen Frame, moderated by Allen Frame. DATE: Mar 23 @ 7pm More info at: baxterst.org/…/new-directions-in-trans-representation-lectu… Photo: Mariette Pathy Allen

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