Provides financial support to a series that is a work-in-progress.
Providing financial support to a woman, non-binary, or transgender photographer who is over 40.
Recognizes outstanding storytellers using lens-based media to create narrative-driven projects.
Recognizing outstanding images, singular or part of a series, in three categories: Personal, Social, and Environmental.
Connecting with an audience is an essential component of a photographic project. Community outreach is vital in fostering interest and funding to support the work.
Join Deborah Espinosa, Attorney, Visual Storyteller, and Fiscally Sponsored Photographer, for the Community Outreach & Engagement Seminar and learn about developing community-based projects, working directly with the public, and tips for effective collaborative practices.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 22, 2023, from 1-2:30pm MT
WHERE: Hosted online through Zoom
Thanks to the generous support of the Phillip & Edith Leonian Foundation, this Project Lab Seminar is provided free of charge to CENTER Members. Please email us for access to the free registration link as pre-registration is required to attend.
Published photos have made a significant impact on the public and lawmakers regarding Civil Rights, Women’s Rights, anti-war efforts, LGBTQ, and Immigrant Rights. Join CENTER and Dr. Kymberly Pinder, Dean, Yale School of Art, for The Democratic Lens Scholar Lecture What Can’t Be Unseen: Photography & Activism. This talk surveys the role of some iconic photographs in our country’s most transformative political movements for racial, gender, and class equality.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 18, 2023, from 1:30-2:30PM MT
WHERE: Hosted online through Zoom – pre-registration is required
HOW: Free & Open to the Public
Image featured in Kymberly Pinder’s essay “Images of Traumatic Histories” © Steve McQueen, Lynching Tree, from the Steve McQueen Schaulager Exhibition in 2013; Courtesy of Yale Center for British Art.
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