You can now download the Grad Show App for the 2019 Grad show by clicking on the following links:
The Photography and Imaging Department is participating in an international seminar on art education. As part of the seminar, teachers and students at schools around the world will collaborate to produce projects and share their experiences through a seminar and exhibition in Seoul, South Korea.
Participating schools include ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena; Zurich University of the Arts, Zurich; Parsons, NY; Chung-Ang University, Seoul; Baptist University, Hong Kong.
To be considered as one of the two student collaborators, you must be 5th Term or higher.
Please provide a <500-word essay on the ideas and capabilities you bring to a collaboration and how they might integrate into a collaborative environment.
Please submit 10-15 images that exhibit your creative point of view.
Images should be in .jpg format and 2000px on the longest side.
Additionally, one piece of motion content is permitted, please submit in HD, .mp4 format
Still and motion content should be uploaded to an ftp site like DropBox.
The written essay and a link to the files should be emailed to Kellie.Walker@Artcenter.edu by the end of the first week of Summer Term, May 17, 2019.
All work produced for this project will be extracurricular.
Congratulations to ArtCenter 8th term student Urim Ray Hong. Hong received the 2019 Grand Prize for PDN’s Annual Student Photo Contest in the Documentary / Photojournalism category for his series “City Soleil: Eager to learn”. His series captures the children in City Soleil, Haiti, who are thriving and learning despite the town’s impoverished conditions. Hong will receive a Nikon DSLR camera, $150 to B&H Photo and a portfolio review.
The PDNedu Student Photo Contest is open to students of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, and also includes a category for high school students. Winners and honorable mentions will be recognized in the Spring 2019 issue of PDNedu, which has a circulation of 50,000 copies to students and educators nationwide. Featured photographers will also be promoted to PDN's online audience of more than 500,000 followers.
Congratulations to ArtCenter 7th term student Urim Ray Hong. Ray received the First Place 2018 Editorial Photographer of the Year presented by the International Photography Awards for his series City Soleil: Eager to Learn. You can view the series here.
City Soleil is a small village within the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area in Haiti. Unlike its name—City of the Sun—however, it seems as though there is only a glimpse of light remaining.
Hong also received an Honorable Mention for City Soleil: A Light in the Darkness.
The International Photography Awards™ conducts an annual competition for professional, amateur, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today.
Congratulations to ArtCenter Photography student Melinda Arredondo (BFA '20) on her first place win at the 2018 California Open!
The California Open, now in its 13th year, is a juried exhibition celebrating contemporary art created by emerging artists. The competition is hosted by TAG Gallery.
This year's juror was artist and curator Kim Abeles.
“This exhibition was selected from the 1547 works submitted to the TAG juried show," Abeles said. "It represents many talented and inventive artists nationwide. My curatorial choices reflect an eclectic interest in art, and the exhibit expresses a range of impressions including homages to nature and neighborhoods, gentle or forceful portraits, conceptually-based and process-driven work, and urgent political discussions. The work is spirited, sometimes humorous or enigmatic, and in various ways, creates images representing human life in this existential moment. The exhibit includes photography, video, sculpture, painting, drawing, and printmaking.”
The exhibition is currently on view at the gallery until Friday, August 24th. See all the submitted work here.
Gain important and critical exposure for your work!
The PDNedu Student Photo Contest is open to students of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, and also includes a category for high school students. Winners and honorable mentions will be recognized in the Spring 2018 issue of PDNedu, which has a circulation of 50,000 copies to students and educators nationwide. Featured photographers will also be promoted to PDN's online audience of more than 475,000 followers.
Grand-prize winners will also receive prizes that include a Nikon DSLR camera, $150 to B&H Photo and Video and a portfolio consultation with either an editor at PDN or a contest judge.
ONE SELECT GRAND-PRIZE WINNER WILL RECEIVE:
- $1,500 cash award
SEVEN GRAND-PRIZE CATEGORY WINNERS (ONE PER CATEGORY) WILL RECEIVE:
- A Nikon DSLR camera
- A $150 B&H gift card
- A portfolio review
WINNERS and HONORABLE MENTIONS will be featured in the Spring 2018 issue of PDNedu and in an online gallery, promoted to PDN’s network of more than 475,000 followers.
WINNERS and HONORABLE MENTIONS will receive a one-year PHOTO+ Membership.
November 21, 2017
Photo and Imaging students who took the Spring 2017 course SNAP 2 exhibited their work in a gala on May 6, 2017. The class was in collaboration with the Pasadena Art Alliance, who also sponsored the gala.
Class projects paired each student with two to three patrons from the Pasadena Art Alliance, and the term culminated in the unveiling of these portraits.
Seung Jong Lee ('20) was announced as this year's winner of the Korea National Award by Sony World Photography Awards. Congrats, SJ!
According to its press release, the Sony World Photography Awards is the largest photography competition in the world. The National Awards is a global program open to all photographers and abilities. It aims to find the best single photograph taken by a local photographer in 66 countries. SJ Lee took first place for his photograph above.
SJ is currently a second-term student originally from Seoul. In his interview with Sony, he said:
The city is always bustling and filled with countless lights and colors. But behind the richness, there is so much loneliness, which is derived from the relationships. Sometimes the relationship itself makes us lonely.
You can see the other winners from other countries here.
Gustavo Soriano ('18) has a new series, Internet Encounters, and it was featured in Juxtapoz Magazine.
For his series, Soriano has paired Craiglist causal encounter listings of females taken on their phone, with a portrait of the individual taken by the photographer. The result of these photos side-by-side create two different appearances of the person and perhaps leave the viewer to question their initial impression with the first image.
Head over to Juxtapoz to see the rest of the work. Congrats, Gustavo!
The Billboard Creative is excited to announce the opening of submissions for its 2016 Los Angeles Billboard Exhibition.
The Billboard Creative (TBC) is a nonprofit that produces public art shows on billboards in Los Angeles. In 2015 they put up a record number of billboards - 48 - and appeared in such news outlets as “Huffington Post”, “Musee Magazine,” KCRW's “Art Talk,” and the “Los Angeles Times.”
"We are excited to open the call for submissions for our 2016 exhibition. Selected work will be displayed on billboards throughout Los Angeles. Imagine your art viewed on a massive scale, by tens of thousands of Angelenos on their daily commutes. Public art displayed in a quintessential Los Angeles medium."
Mona Kuhn will be returning this year to curate the exhibition.
Last year, one of the winners was ArtCenter Photo student Shannon Rose. Read the interview here.
To learn more and to submit your work, go to:
Congratulations to Chris Stoltz ('17) whose work was selected for Now Trending, an exhibition put together by Palos Verdes Art Center. Chris is one of 30 artists chosen to show their work. The exhibition will feature installation, video, performance, sculpture, and photography.
Opening reception will be on Thursday, June 9th, 6 to 9pm at Palos Verdes Art Center.
For more info, visit pvartcenter.org/nowtrending.
As a Grand Prize Winner, Joy Newell ('16) will receive a DSLR camera courtesy of Nikon, $150 to B&H Photo and Video, and the opportunity to have a portfolio consultation with an editor or judge.