Artist Residency McDowell Colony

10 Sep
Artist Residency McDowell Colony

Contemporary art photographers, painters, writers, filmmakers and other artists, remember that the McDowell Colony application deadline is due September 15, 2012. Although I’ve not attended, I highly recommend attending McDowell–or any artist residency (such as Yaddo, which I have attended).

06 Sep
Contemporary Fine Art Photography: Chelsea Art Gallery Openings Fall 2012

Contemporary fine art photography was well represented in the Fall Chelsea gallery openings.  It seems that there was more photography on hand in New York this time around than in recent memory. It started with Lombard Freid Projects with “The Breakup” by Michael Rakowitz, which is oddly a ten-part radio series originally commissioned by Al

06 Sep
Steve Giovinco Included in Photography show, “THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT,” at John Michael Kohler Arts Center

I’m glad to be included in an upcoming contemporary fine art photography exhibition called “THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT,” at John Michael Kohler Arts Center starting September 30, 2012.  The exhibition illuminates shifting nature of family and changing role of photography THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT on view September 30, 2012–January 20, 2013

05 Sep
Guggenheim Fellowship Award Tips For Contemporary Fine Art Photography, Artists

Several Tips to Help Photographers And Artists Who Are Applying For A Guggenheim Fellowship Award  If you are a contemporary fine art photographer (or filmmaker, painter, writer or scholar), the first few weeks of September means applying for a Guggenheim Fellowship award.  The deadline is usually around the second week of September. It’s one of the last

04 Sep
Contemporary Fine Art Photography: How to Photograph Night Landscapes

Yale MFA Gradutate Steve Giovinco Offers 7 Tips on Creating Fine Art Photographs at Night About ten years ago, I attended my first Yaddo artist residency for five weeks.  I had no idea what I would do there once I arrived, however.  Yes, I had some ideas in my mind: do some reading, write a