CALL FOR PAPERS
for a special issue on photography and resistance of the journal MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture
Special issue editor: Kylie Thomas
Authors with expertise in visual and cultural studies and related disciplines are invited to contribute to a special issue on photography and resistance of the journal, MAI: Feminism & Read More
Photoworks are launching an open call for final year BA students and final year MA students graduating from photography courses in 2020. Selected work will be featured this summer in their online magazine Photography+ which reaches 20,000 people every issue.
In addition to this selected photographers will receive a year-long Photoworks membership and a bespoke mentoring from Read More
Fiebre Photobook are launching the 4th edition of the Fiebre Dummy Award to publish a photobook, sponsored by Artes Gráficas Palermo and organised in partnership with Art Photo Bcn. The winning proposal will be co-edited with Dalpine, while La Troupe will be in charge of the prepress process.
Fully aware of the technical and economic difficulties Read More
16 -17 January (Thursday & Friday) 2020
David Bate- University of Westminster, UK
Liz Wells-Plymouth University, UK
Photographies is excited to announce its second conference hosted in Singapore in January 2020. The two-day international event will bring together scholars, photographers, artists and critics to consider the rapid growth of photography in Asia and its impact in a Read More
Where do we come from and what do we consider familial? How do we perform or embody certain formations of identity, and question notions of displacement, alienation and self-imaging?
In the traditional sense, families are permanent or fixed units, and yet, through growing associations, we find that they are also evolving – riddled with secrets, new Read More
One grand prize winner will be awarded the Charcoal Publishing Prize. The winning project will be published and distributed worldwide by Charcoal Book Club, the first book-of-the-month club dedicated exclusively to photobooks.
The Chico Hot Springs Portfolio Review is a retreat that takes place over six nights at Chico Hot Springs Resort near Livingston, Montana. Forty Read More
The First Book Award was established in 2012 to support emerging photographers. For the first time since the Award was founded, submissions this year are not limited to nominated projects but are open to all emerging artists and photographers who have not had a book previously published.
The call for submissions emphasises a predilection for projects Read More
Kris Graves Projects invites you to be part of our LOST II series of books.
In 2018, +KGP collaborated with ten artists to produce a series of publications named LOST. Each artist was tasked with producing a visual study of a city or place that they call home or have been working in throughout their career. Nineteen artists have been confirmed as Read More
Catalyst and the UCLA Center for the Study of Women (CSW) invite contributions from scholars, artists, activists, and community members for a special issue which will feature cross-disciplinary dialogue on chemical exposure and gender.
This publication is an outgrowth of CSW’s larger Chemical Entanglements research initiative. In the context of increased reports of environmental illnesses like Read More
JAR invites submissions from all fields and disciplines in which artistic research may be relevant, including areas that are not usually conceived of as artistic. We welcome submissions from practitioners with or without academic affiliations. JAR’s format for publishing artistic research, the exposition, invites authors to combine text, image, film, and audio material on expandable web pages, challenging Read More
Location: Lungs Project
North East of England
Lungs Project is a non-profit curatorial collective and publication founded in 2016. The Lungs Project are now accepting submissions from artists, illustrators, designers, filmmakers, photographers, poets and writers of colour in early stages of their career.
Based in the North East of England, the project focuses on facilitating artistic development and Read More
Sexual Politics and Digital Media Infrastructures: Challenges for Diversity
Call for papers for a special issue of DiGeSt (JOURNAL OF DIVERSITY AND GENDER STUDIES)
Editors: Sander De Ridder and Frederik Dhaenens
Deadline abstracts (500 words): 15 May 2018
The breadth of what it means to study sexuality in the context of media has changed significantly in recent years because Read More
Call for entries
Since 2015, the Rencontres d’Arles has offered an award supporting the publication of a dummy book.
This prize, with a production budget of €25,000, is open to any new photographer or artist using photography, submitting a previously unpublished dummy book. Special attention is paid to experimental and innovative forms of publishing.
The application deadline is Read More
WE ARE GLAD TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE SECOND EDITION OF THE MARIBOR PHOTOBOOK AWARD WILL TAKE PLACE IN MARIBOR IN MARCH 2018. APPLY NOW!
We would kindly like to invite you to the second edition of the Maribor photobook award. The award will be accompanied by an exhibition of selected photobooks from the call and will Read More
The next issue of Photoworks Annual, will explore how photography and visual culture can be used to foreground LGBTQ+ rights.
The Editors are currently looking for fully-resolved projects responding to photography’s role within LGBTQ+ communities and invite UK and international artists at any stage of their career to submit suitable new or previously Read More
The Unseen Dummy Award is back for its fifth edition! Last year, Japanese artist Yoshinori Masuda was announced the winner of the Dummy Award at Unseen 2015. His book ‘Tiger 2’, published by Lecturis, will be launched in advance of this year’s event.
Unseen and Lecturis continue their collaboration and join forces once again to showcase the work of Read More
Alkazi Foundation invites book projects to submit for India’s First Photobook Grant. All details are on the link.
An open call to submit your photographs for inclusion in Schilt Publishing’s forthcoming cat book!
Schilt Publishing’s logo is a cat. Not just a cat, but our famous Rhubarb, born in our house in 2008 when I was attending the British photography festival Rhubarb Rhubarb. He still lives happily with us, his mother Dusha and our third cat, “aunt” Read More
n.paradoxa publishes the work of women writers, critics, artists and curators on the work of contemporary women artists from anywhere in the world. The aim of this journal is to rethink the local and specific in relation to the national, international and global dynamics of art today and to promote new Read More