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Why drawing needs to be a curriculum essential | Guardian Professional

Drawing has creative, expressive and educational value; it remains fundamental to translating and analysing the world Drawing has seen something of a renaissance in the last twenty years in the UK. From the Campaign for Drawing to the Drawing Research Network, from the Drawing...
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'Whispering' is a curtain of stainless steel letters created by Jaume Plensa for the Cleveland Clinic. The Cleveland Clinic Center for Medical Art & Photography

More Hospitals Use the Healing Powers of Public Art – WSJ

‘Whispering’ is a curtain of stainless steel letters created by Jaume Plensa for the Cleveland Clinic. The Cleveland Clinic Center for Medical Art & Photography Hospitals Are Giving Artwork a Higher Priority Laura Landro Researchers are learning more about the...
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The Invention of the “Snapshot” Changed the Way We Viewed the World | Smithsonian

A century before drones cruised the skies, American camera hounds made photography a personal art By Clive Thompson Smithsonian Magazine When Jason Muscat proposed to his girlfriend Christina, he had a surprise planned: a flying drone. He had a hexacopter—which flies using six...
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Image by Diana Markosian

16 Organizations that Want to Fund Your Photography Project: PhotoShelter Blog

Posted by: Deborah Block You have a powerful idea for a photography project, but not all the funds you need to make it happen. Sound familiar? The great news is there are many foundations, non-profits and private companies alike, who are willing to fund worthy photographers based...
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Just a touch of Archie This is me gracing a Nativity by a follower of Sodoma (1540-60)

Camera phones at the National Gallery stoke fears that technology is leaving us incapable of deep engagement with anything – News – Art – The Independent

Photography is now allowed at a collection that is visited six million times each year. But will the Great Masters make selfies look sillier than ever? By Archie Bland for http://www.independent.co.uk How long do you need to look at a painting to really appreciate it? There are...
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Great news for the CPAC: Welcome Mariana Vieira, our new Education Coordinator.

August 5, 2014 Welcome Mariana Vieira We are pleased to welcome Mariana Vieira to CPAC as our new Education Coordinator. Mariana has a strong background in photographic education and a deep knowledge of the Denver region’s photography community. She earned her MFA from the...
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9 Art Techniques That Anyone Can Do To Jumpstart Creativity: Huffington Post

“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” So said Sylvia Plath, and we have a feeling she was on to something. So we reached out to a few artists and art professors from New York’s School of Visual Arts and asked them to let us in on some secrets to overcoming lapses...
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Photo: by Chris Maher and Larry Berman originally featured in Shutterbug Magazine.

artnet Asks: Photographer Ralph Gibson, an interview with the iconic black and white photog

Ralph Gibson studied photography while in the United States Navy before attending the San Francisco Art Institute and working as an assistant to both FSA photographer Dorothea Lange from 1961 to 1962 and filmmaker Robert Frank on two separate films. Working primarily with the...
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© jeN davis To help fund her new book, Jen Davis made 5x7-inch prints of “Untitled No. 41,” 2011, in an edition of 200 and sold them for $100 apiece. The image had not previously sold, and Davis's dealer, Lee Marks, pulled the image from her inventory.

Selling Prints to Fund Books: It’s Complicated

When book publishers ask photographers to pay the cost of producing and printing a photography book, the artists often raise the money by selling prints or offering them as incentives in crowdfunding campaigns. Some book publishers pay for a trade edition by selling a more...
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Courtesy photo | Photographer Catherine Opie is visiting Anderson Ranch this week. Opie will be on a panel about gender equality in the art world today and will give a solo presentation Thursday at the Ranch.

Anderson Ranch hosts Opie and women artists’ symposium | AspenTimes.com

Thirty years ago, when the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art hosted a massive showcase of international contemporary art featuring 169 artists, just 13 of them were women. The unequal representation spawned the anonymous Guerilla Girls group, which began a campaign exposing...
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