FORGIVENESS & CONFLICT: LANDSCAPES FROM NELSON MANDELA'S SOUTH AFRICA
United Photo Industries brings FORGIVENESS & CONFLICT by celebrated and award-winning photojournalist Sara Terry to the DUMBO gallery from April 10 to May 26, 2018. Terry was one of six recipients of the 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship for this body of work, founder of The Aftermath Project, and a member of VII Photo.
The $35,000 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography is presented annually to a photographer whose past work and proposed project follows the tradition of W. Eugene Smith’s concerned photography. All entries must be received by May 31, 2018.
The 2018 Grant for Visual Storytelling on Climate Change
Enter for the 2018 Grant for Visual Storytelling on Climate Change for artists working in photography, film or any visual form to receive over $10,000 in cash and in-kind prizes, including a $3000 cash prize, and an invitation to present a Solo Gallery Exhibition to shed a light on this pressing issue facing our planet.
DOUG MENUEZ'S SOLO EXHIBITION "FEARLESS GENUIS" IN MANHATTAN
Doug Menuez's "Fearless Genius" will be presented at HG Contemporary in Manhattan beginning March 8, 2018, showcasing a pivotal time in American & technological history through photographs of the people who brought forth the 'golden era' of Silicon Valley.
The BRIC House Stoop presents a panel discussion on Mfon: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, a commemorative bi-annual journal committed to establishing and representing a collective voice of women photographers of African descent on Tuesday, April 3rd.
Submissions are now open for The FENCE, a large-scale outdoor traveling photography exhibition with over 25K in prizes and the opportunity to be seen in eight cities by over 6 million visitors. All work must be submitted no later than Tuesday, April 10, 2018.
Join Stan Honda for the Moving Walls book release party, discussion, and signing on Sunday, February 25, 2018, as part of the New York Day of Remembrance marking the 76th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, creating America's Japanese Concentration Camps.
Documentary photographer Kwame Brathwaite and his son Kwame S. Brathwaite join historian Tanisha Ford and designer Mimi Plange to reflect on the impact of Brathwaite Sr.’s pioneering “Black Is Beautiful” photographs at the City Museum of New York.
The Brooklyn Public Library presents Visually Speaking: The People’s Photographer bringing together Joseph Rodriguez and Jamel Shabazz, two important and influential documentary photographers, in a conversation led by Noelle Flores Theard of the Magnum Foundation on Thursday, February 8, 2018.
The Red Hook Criterium returns to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal for the 11th edition on April 28, 2018, with 900 cyclists expected to compete in the 2018 edition. This spectacular event is free for everyone to come watch and enjoy the festival atmosphere.
BRIC KICKS OFF THE YEARLONG 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION WITH A FREE CONCERT BY COMMON ON JUNE 5 ALONG WITH ANNUAL OPENING NIGHT GALA HONORING OUTGOING BRIC PRESIDENT LESLIE SCHULTZ FOR HER 13-YEAR LEADERSHIP TO BEGIN THE 2018 BRIC CELEBRATE BROOKLYN! FESTIVAL.
The critically-acclaimed exhibition David Bowie is makes its final stop at the Brooklyn Museum on March 2 through July 15 with an amazing selection of public programs to celebrate the late artist's creative process and cultural impact.
Brooklyn's Liza Phillips will take to the slopes at Pico Mountain for Ski for MS event on March 11, 2018, to help raise money for Can Do MS Health and Wellness Education programs in her Mom's honor. What a great Day!