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Archive 3 - July - August 2000
Industry News #1 -

FRESH LISTS - The Database Designed with the Photographer in mind!

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Industry News #2- July 2000

U.S. News & World Report has come out with a list of the top academic MFA photography programs - Fine Arts Specialities - for the year 2000. They are:

  1. Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)
  2. The Art Institute of Chicago(IL)
  3. University of New Mexico(NM)
  4. Rhode Island School of Design (RI)
  5. California Institute of the Arts (CA)
  6. San Francisco Art Institute CA)
  7. Yale University (CT)
  8. School of Visual Arts (NY)
  9. Art Center College of Design (CA)
  10. University of California-Los Angeles (CA)
  11. Cranbrook Academy of Art (MI)
  12. Syracuse University (NY)
  13. Temple University (PA)
  14. Pratt Institute (NY)
  15. Ohio University(OH)
  16. University of Arizona(AZ)
  17. University of California-Irvine(CA)

Industry News #3 - July 2000

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Industry News #4 --July 2000

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Industry News #5 - July 2000

What's New at PhotoProjects?

** An on-line resource and community for photographers working on long-term personal projects

Project Symposium 2000
July 8-9 th
Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Saturday's events include slide lectures by keynote speaker and Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas, Project Competition 2000 winner Floyd Leroy, and fine-art photographers Debbie Fleming Caffery and Catherine Angel.

Sunday's events include "Practical Advice on Funding the Photographic Project," a seminar with Mary Virginia Swanson, former CEO of Swanstock; and a roundtable discussion on museum trends, titled "Inside Museums of the New Millennium: Two Curators' Views," with photography curators Steve Yates and Roy Flukinger.

Throughout the weekend, space will be made available for informal portfolio sharing and networking.

Find a complete Symposium schedule, registration information and presenter bios at http://www.photoprojects.org/about/programs/sympos/sympos_top.html

For a printed brochure and registration form, email director@photoprojects.org -Winning projects from the Project Competition 2000. See images and text from Floyd Leroy‚s "The Accra Journal," a visual portrait diary of the people and situations he encountered in an exploration of a West African town. Also view work by runners-up Jan Dago ("Indonesia: Between Hope and Despair"); Christophe Agou ("You Are Here/New York City Subway"); Andrea Motta ("Iraq After the Gulf War"), Catherine Angel, Gary Grenell, and Patricia D. Richards. This work can be found on-line at by going to http://www.sfworkshop.com; click on "Contests," then "Winner‚s List." Congratulations to all winners. We thank www.sfworkshop.com for hosting these worthy projects.

As always, let us hear from you about projects, resources or related information; email us at editor@photoprojects.org. We also welcome project submissions, exhibits and events, column ideas and commentary.

The Center for Photographic Projects, a division of the non-profit Santa Fe Center for Visual Arts, is dedicated to supporting and encouraging imagemakers as they initiate, develop and culminate long-term photographic projects. The Center works to build community between like-minded photographers, offers educational resources, and sponsors programs to nurture and inspire committed photographers and increase public awareness of meaningful projects.


 

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