We, Women Grant

 
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Do you have bold ideas for a photo-based project that redefines how we understand and respond to urgent issues in the United States today? We, Women is not just a grant: it’s an opportunity to shape a national conversation about problems, solutions, and how to find common ground. Join our developing project as a founding artist!

We are seeking to support women, transgender, and non-binary artists whose processes are rooted in community engagement and collaboration.

Applications Due June 30th.

Selected artists will receive:

  • A cash grant of $5,000-$10,000 for the continuation of existing work or the creation of a new project in a community they have a demonstrated commitment to.

  • Mentorship and production support from We, Women leaders, project partners, and advisors.

  • Promotion and marketing.

  • We, Women exhibition at Photoville Fall 2020.

  • Inclusion in a traveling nationwide exhibition with concurrent programming beginning Fall 2020.

 

Photographer Position for City of Los Angeles

 
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The City of Los Angeles is hiring for a Full-Time Photographer Position.

REQUIREMENT(S)/MINIMUM QUALIFICATION(S)

Three years of full-time paid experience in black and white and/or color still photography or the video camera photography field. A Bachelor's degree in Photography from an accredited four-year college or university may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required experience.

 

Honor Society Signs Director Anna Wolf

 

Congratulations to photographer, director, and ArtCenter alum Anna Wolf who was just signed by production company Honor Society Films!

Anna has shot for Target and Amazon and directed campaigns for such top brands as Levi’s, Microsoft, Keds, LeSportsac, Verizon and Fossil, among others. She has also shot for editorial clients such as Marie Claire, Glamour and The Zoe Report.

She is currently wrapping up projects for Keds, Smartwater, Sally Hansen, and a collaboration with Amazon and Bustle. With versatile expertise across all aspects of production and an eye for creating sleek, stylish and authentic campaigns, Anna brings over a decade of commercial experience with her to Honor Society.

 

Photo Editor Position for JW Pictures INC

 
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JW Pictures is looking for a photo editor and all around digital post-production wiz. Ideal candidate works magic using Photoshop and Lightroom to batch process, color correct, composite and retouch images for press, publication and catalogue raisonnés. This is a part-time position that will supplement the work of our in-house photo editor. Hours range between 20-40 hours per week depending on current projects. There is high potential for this to become a full-time position.

JW Pictures, INC. is a photo studio specializing in art and architecture based in Los Angeles, California.

 

Become an Orientation Leader for the Fall 2019 Term

 
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Interested in a paid leadership position on campus over break? 
Apply here:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ORTLeader_FA19  

Applications are DUE via survey monkey by 12pm on June 21
(Friday WK 6)

Decisions will be emailed to all applicants by Monday, July 1.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE:

Each term, the number of open positions for Orientation Leaders is reliant on the perspective incoming class (size and admitting departments). Positions for FA19 Orientation are available for ALL undergraduate students in ALL departments. We will hire 60 undergraduate student leaders!

 

Important Dates:

  • Paperwork Pick-up/ Headshots: WK10 @ 9am-4pm (at your convenience) in the CSE, Hillside       

  • Training: Break Week 2, Thursday 8/29/19 @ 9am-4pm in Faculty Dining Room, Hillside  

  • Orientation: Break Week 3, Tuesday 9/3/19-Friday 9/6/19, varied shifts/varied locations

Requirements:

  • 2.5 minimum CUM GPA

  • Availability for all Important Dates

  • Understanding of job requirements outlined in application

If you have any questions please contact the CSE at 626.396.2323 or via email at cse@artcenter.edu

 

Retoucher for ModCloth

 
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ModCloth is looking for a Retoucher to help innovate image flow processes within the photo studio, and contribute their expertise to all photographers and digital technicians working with ModCloth in order to consistently deliver on-brand and beautiful images.

The ideal candidate is an experienced Retoucher or Photographer with a meticulous eye for color and consistency, and an expert in garment retouching, image compilations and creating flawless layer masks. Above all, this person is an adept problem solver with the highest standards. You should also possess an enthusiasm for professional development, and be comfortable working in a fast paced, team-oriented environment with strict deadlines.

 

Photo & Motion Producer Position for Starz

 
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Starz is seeking a Photo & Motion Producer to join their Production Services team. This role will be responsible for unit photography on Starz Original Series. Responsibilities include assigning photographers, reading scripts, editing images, overseeing retouching and fulfilling photo requests from internal and external partners. The Producer will communicate to show production crews in organizing unit days, special shoots, BTS, EPK and marketing galleries. In addition to overseeing stills, the Producer will also help produce AV assets requested by various departments.

 

Summer Camp Counselors Needed

 
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Pablove Shutterbugs teaches children living with cancer to develop their creative voice through the art of photography. They will are looking for camp counselors for their annual summer camp that will be taking place June 11-14th at the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Conference Center. Pablove pays for all meals and accommodations while at camp and it is truly a one of a kind experience.

If Interested, please email raul@pablove.org

 

Women Photographer Grants

 
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WOMEN PHOTOGRAPH + NIKON GRANTS:


These $5,000 grants will support photography projects — either new or in-progress — from visual journalists working in a documentary capacity. Five grants are available, one of which will be earmarked for a non-binary or transgender photographer. Applicants are encouraged to submit a story, rather than singles, as part of the grant application. The images need not be related to the project proposal. Multimedia projects are welcome.

WOMEN PHOTOGRAPH + GETTY IMAGES GRANT:


Women Photograph has partnered with Getty Images to award a $10,000 grant in support of an ongoing documentary project from a professional photojournalist who has demonstrated a long-term commitment to their story. Applicants should submit portfolios of 20-25 images indicating that a substantial amount of work has already been completed, and that the photographer has a clear vision of what further work is needed to complete the project. Additional consideration will be given to applicants who evince a personal connection to – and engagement with – the communities they cover.

Deadline: Wednesday, May 15th

 

Photographer Position with LA County

 

OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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PHOTOGRAPHER II
Bureau of Investigation
Fraud and Corruption Division


ABOUT THE POSITION:
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office is seeking a highly motivated, well-organized, and professional individual to fill a Photographer II vacancy in the Bureau of Investigation, Fraud and Corruption Division.  This position processes and handles a wide variety of specialized photographic work (e.g., photomicrography, macrophotography, underwater and aerial photography, infrared and ultraviolet photography, criminal surveillance photography, video recording, and computer-generated photographic images) utilizing advanced digital imaging techniques and professional photography equipment.  The incumbent is responsible for the maintenance and minor repair of photographic equipment.  


DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2019

 

Lucie Scholarship Program

 
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SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATIONS BEFORE JUNE 3, 2019 BY 11:59PM PACIFIC TIME!

Recipients of the 2019 Scholarship Program will have their work featured in an exhibition at House of Lucie Los Angeles.

PHOTO TAKEN:
$1000 EMERGING SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship will be given to an individual to create or continue a project focused on telling an existing story through a documentary or photojournalism approach.

This scholarship is open to emerging photographers only. See below for how we define “Emerging”.

APPLY

PHOTO MADE:
$1000 EMERGING SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship will be given to an individual to create or continue a project focused on creating a story through a conceptual Fine Art approach.

This scholarship is open to emerging photographers only. See below for how we define “Emerging”.

APPLY

EMERGING ARTIST:
$2500 OPEN GENRE SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to all genres of photographic work and will be given to an individual to create or continue work on a specific dynamic project.

This scholarship is open to emerging photographers only. See below for how we define “Emerging”.

APPLY

CHROMALUXE X LUCIE FOUNDATION
$3000 FINE ART SCHOLARSHIP

ChromaLuxe, a leading brand of print media, is offering a scholarship through the Lucie Foundation in support of Fine Art Photographers.

This scholarship is open to both emerging and established artists.

APPLY

 

Photographer and ArtCenter Alumnus Marvin Rand's Work is Chronicled in a New Book

 
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Marvin Rand is one of the best architectural photographers you’ve never heard of. When it comes to the documentation of Mid-Century buildings, the work of photographers like Ezra Stoller and Julius Shulman often dominate the narrative. California Captured (Phaidon) hopes to change that, delving into Rand’s archives and bringing his work—and his love of his native Los Angeles—to light.

The son of a furniture maker and clothing designer, Rand studied photography at Los Angeles City College prior to a post as an aerial photographer during World War II. After the war, he enrolled at ArtCenter College of Design, his background of studying both photography and design providing him a unique perspective with the lens. “He really respected it. He loved architecture, but he also loved L.A.,” says Lubell, who co-wrote the book alongside Emily Bills and Pierluigi Serraino.

Link to the full article here

 

International Seminar and Exhibition

 

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.

  • 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 June 3rd, 2019. 

All work produced for this project will be extracurricular.

 

 

KTLA Photographer Position

 
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Responsibilities

Required skills: Photography/Non-linear editing/Transmission control operator/live truck operator. 

Responsible for providing editing and visual coverage of news events in a fair, unbiased and accurate manner. Photographs news events, both live and on tape, for news programs.  Edits material to match script prepared by reporter, producer or associate producer using on-location facilities or any other location required. Works with reporter to get complete stories and makes suggestions on how a story should be produced.  Keep assigned equipment and/or vehicle in good working condition and files all required paperwork, as deadlines require.  Be able to set-up remotes to allow transmission of pictures or live from-the-scene reports back to the station.  Monitors scanners in vehicles from news stories. Must be proficient  in technical areas such as Master Control and other forms of transmission  areas. 

 

Art Director Position

 
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Happy Socks is looking for a passionate and highly creative Art Director. You will be a key member of the small creative team, The Rabbit Hole, based in Los Angeles, US. With direct line of communication to Founders of the company, you will be tasked with creating unique, highly engaging and brand-building concepts, ranging from large seasonal image campaigns, collaborations with talent and brands as well as smaller activations.

The role requires strong creative skills, strong communication skills, good understanding of brand development and multichannel marketing concepts and a close collaboration across departments within the company as well as with third party partners. This is a very hands on creative role, supporting projects with full ownership on marketing initiatives including graphic design, photo/video direction on shoots. The person we are looking for can both lead the art direction of a specific project and go into detail when needed. The candidate has a great understanding of both the idea and graphic design that makes a project successful

 

Creative Strategist Position

 
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Noun Project (thenounproject.com) is seeking an experienced Creative Strategist to lead and execute its photo content strategy. The right candidate will own the creative vision that delivers on the business objectives of the company. This is a hands-on role that will encompass both strategy and execution. Please note this is not a marketing or social media role.

We’re located in Los Angeles, CA. Visa sponsorship is not available at this time; all candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S. We do our best work when we’re working together as a team, therefore remote work will not be considered.

 

Mullenlowe Social Photographer Position

 
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Mullenlowe is seeking an Social Photographer, specifically car and lifestyle, to join their Los Angeles Creative team.

We're a culture of makers; we make stuff better, smarter, innovative, and more effective. You should be organized, able to multi-task, a wiz behind the lens, master of the Adobe landscape, a stellar eye for detail, color and digitally savvy.

Yes, this is a social driven role. But we are looking for someone who crosses disciplines, but understands their lane too. This is not a role where you will be given free reign, this role is for someone who can work productively and harmoniously with the Social Team their Creative Director, Creative Technologists, and Producers - all of whom share the responsibility on the project.

Specific assignments will include video production, social media campaigns, photography, photo retouching and design. Experience in these areas is required.

Visit the website here