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Research award call: Peter E. Palmquist fund for historical photographic research

Deadline: 1st November 2017

Considered one of the most important photo historians of the 20th century, Peter E. Palmquist (1936-2003) had a keen interest in the photography of the American West, California, and Humboldt County before 1950, and the history of women in photography worldwide.He published over 60 books and 340 articles and was a strong proponent of the Read More

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Henie Onstad Kunstsenter: Serior Curator job (photography & new media)

Deadline: 23rd October 2017

Henie Onstad is seeking a Senior Curator with expertise in photography and “new media,” to strengthen our curatorial staff.
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter aims to re-establish its position as a home of photographic art in Norway through an ambitious 5-year program of exhibitions and promotion. This investment will serve as an important supplement to the existing venues Read More

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Call for papers. Reconsidering the “Post-truth Condition”: Epistemologies of the photographic image

Deadline: 31st October 2017

Call for Papers
Helsinki Photomedia 2018
March 26 -28, 2018
Aalto University, Helsinki
Deadline for 500 word abstracts: October 31, 2017
Theme: Reconsidering the “Post-truth Condition”: Epistemologies of the photographic image.
Contemporary photography takes place in a world where the relation between facts and values is a social and political issue which has repercussions in art and education as well. The Read More

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EventsView All

The Venus Project By David Scheinmann

BRACHA invites you to the private view of an exhibition of photography and video art highlighting hereditary cancer 
Curated by Tamar Arnon & Eli Zagury 
Exhibition dates: 22nd – 26th September 2017

Rosenfeld Porcini gallery
 37 Rathbone Street, London W1T 1NZ

Galllery opening hours:
10am – 6pm  Sat: 11am – 6pm (free entry)

Sunday 24th September 2017  6pm – 9pm
The evening will include a presentation by BRACHA’s Read More

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A Woman’s Place: project curated by Day+Gluckman

A catalyst and umbrella for cultural projects and advocacy where female equality provides the contextual backbone.
A Woman’s Place Project CIC:

A catalyst and umbrella for cultural projects and advocacy where female equality provides the contextual backbone.
Working with artists, heritage, education, environmental and community partners to nurture ambitious high quality projects
Supporting women and people who identify as women who work Read More

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