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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Next Week's Important Events

Monday, November 16

ASMP presents "Presenting Your Work to the Fine Art Community"a Mary Virginia Swanson Lecture and Food Drive to be held at Studio 385
In this lecture, marketing consultant/educator Mary Virginia Swanson provides an overview of the fine art market for photographers.

Updated frequently, this lecture is a must for all photographers considering exploring the fine art market and provides current insights on marketing and details of upcoming deadlines and events.

During this presentation, Mary Virginia Swanson will provide insights into the most efficient and effective avenues for introducing your work to industry professionals towards presenting your work in the collectible fine art market.

She will discuss the strategies surrounding submitting work to national and international juried exhibitions and portfolio review events such as FotoFest, Photolucida and European festivals. Art fairs such as AIPAD and Photo LA will be discussed from the standpoint of assessing market trends and helping artists determine which dealers will be most appropriate for their work.

Swanson will also cover the professional practices necessary to effectively present your photographs in the market, as well as sharing examples of effective self-promotion materials in print and on-line formats.

Handouts with related information will be shared with participants.

COST:
ASMP members: FREE but are encouraged to bring a food donation
Non-ASMP members: $20 or $15 with a food donation
Students with I.D.: $5 or free with food donation

The food will be delivered to one of the needy food pantries in NYC. Please bring non-perishable food!

Studio 385
385 Broadway—bet. White & Walker
New York City
6:30 - 9:30pm

Register here

Tuesday, November 17



FPS Fest
, presented by Dripbook, Resource Magazine, and ROOT Capture is a film screening event that explores the transition from still photography to motion.
Dripbook is announcing support of HD video across Dripbook’s promotional platform, continuing a leading-edge commitment to advanced promotion for today’s creative professionals.

The work of Andrew Hetherington, Vince Laforet, Philip Bloom, Alexx Henry, Noah Webb, Amber Gray, Bob Scott, Candace Meyer, F Scott Schafer, KT Auleta, Alex Buono and Louie Psihoyos will be shown.

ROOT Capture provides premier digital services for Drive In, TREC, & ROOT Brooklyn by working closely with photographers and DP’s to create customized, versatile still/motion capture packages for both location & studio.
Resource Magazine presents RETV, an online video magazine presenting photo and video industry content to help creative professionals bridge the gap between stills and motion technology.

Root Brooklyn
131 North 14th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Doors open at 6pm
$5 entry fee. Beer and popcorn will be served.
RSVP

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2 Comments:

Blogger Susan May Tell said...

90!! people have already registered for ASMPNY's MVS Lecture and food drive. A few spots left but going quickly.

Register here:
https://asmp.org/education/event/register?venue_id=250

For more info go to:
http://www.asmpny.org/

http://www.susanmaytell.com

November 14, 2009  
Blogger jdiamond said...

FPS Fest was awesome! I was really impressed with KT Auleta's Runaround and Tim Hetherington's Sleeping Soldiers. I'm glad he was able to show that piece without the original installation set up. Which ones did you like Stella?

November 18, 2009  

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