2013 Lucie Lecture Series

October 26, 2013

 

Lucie Lectures
A day of Informative, Free (MANDATORY RSVP) Artists Talks
and Vital Information for Today's Working Photographer.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 26, 2013

Splashlight Studios, One Hudson Square
75 Varick Street, New York, NYC

Presented by The Lucie Foundation in conjunction with Phase
One
, Digital Transitions, ASMP, En Foco and Splashlight

LIMITED CAPACITY.
All guests must pre-register in order to attend any Lucie Lectures.


Lucie Lectures presents Taryn Simon

Presented by The Lucie Foundation , Phase One and Digital Transitions.

Taryn Simon

Saturday, October 26
1:00 p.m. - 2:30

Taryn Simon’s artistic medium consists of three equal elements: photography, text, and graphic design. Her works investigate the impossibility of absolute understanding and open up the space between text and image, where disorientation occurs and ambiguity reigns. Simon’s works have been the subject of monographic exhibitions at institutions including Museum of Modern Art, New York (2012), Tate Modern, London (2011); Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (2011); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2007. Permanent collections include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, Whitney Museum, Centre Pompidou, and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2011 her work was included in the 54th Venice Biennale. She lives and works in New York. Taryn Simon's Lucie Lecture is presented by Phase One and Digital Transitions.

Free on a first-come, first-serve basis with MANDATORY registration through Eventbrite. Register at: https://tarynsimon.eventbrite.com/



John H. White (2013 Lucie Honoree) in conversation with photojournalist Ricky Flores (En Foco).

Presented by Lucie Foundation and Enfoco, Inc.

John H. White

Saturday, October 26
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

John began his newspaper career at the Chicago Daily News as a photographer in 1969, moving to the Chicago Sun-Times when the Chicago Daily News ceased publication in 1978. In 2009, he celebrates his 40th year as a Chicago photojournalist. He says his greatest joy is being the “eyes” for the people of Chicago on a daily basis and sharing “what I see and what I feel” through the lens of my camera.

John White has received more than 300 awards from international, national and local organizations throughout his career.
In 1978, John White began a part-time career teaching photojournalism at Columbia College Chicago, where he has taught continuously for more than 30 years and is honored as Artist in Residence. In 2002–2004, he also served as Adjunct Lecturer in photojournalism at Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University. He continues to lecture at Medill annually. In 2008, John received Teacher of the Year Award from the Columbia College Chicago Student Association during the “PJ Love” Seminar, an annual educational workshop in photojournalism.
For more than fifteen years, John participated annually in the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop “Barnstorm” as a team leader, working with students and editors from throughout the world.

Ricky Flores started documenting life in the South Bronx after he purchased a camera with a small inheritance he received from his father in 1980. He embarked on a journey of self-discovery born out of photographing his friends and family during one of the most turbulent times in the history of Bronx and New York City.

Flores has freelanced for The Daily News, The New York Times, The City Sun and The Village Voice. He has been exhibited numerous times by En Foco. Flores is recognized for his work on the attacks on World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and is a two time winner of the New York Press Publishers Association for Spot News. He has a permanent installation at I.S. 206 in the Tremont section of the Bronx commissioned by the School Construction Authority, New York City Board of Education and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

Free on a first-come, first-serve basis with MANDATORY registration through Eventbrite. Register at: https://johnhwhite.eventbrite.com/

 

 


Lucie Lectures presents
Navigating New Media Technologies and Platforms for Professional Photographers with Richard Kelly

Presented by The Lucie Foundation and ASMP.

Richard Kelly

Saturday, October 26
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Richard Dale Kelly is a Pittsburgh-based photographer and educator. President of Indigo Factory, Inc and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Photography at the Pittsburgh Filmmakers from 2003-2007 was the Director of Photography for WQED Multimedia. A past president of the American Society of Media Photographers – ASMP he is also member of the Society of Photographic Education.

The media landscape has moved far beyond the simple convergence of the printed page with digital platforms. With smart phones, tablets and screens on literally every surface, the opportunities to distribute professionally produced imagery have exploded. But keeping up with these ever-changing social media platforms and mobile apps, not to mention the endless loop of images surrounding us, can be overwhelming. Join Richard Kelly for a discussion of emerging technologies and strategies photographers can use today and in the future to track and monetize uses, create new products and develop new services for their editorial, corporate and advertising clients.

LIMITED CAPACITY.
Free on a first-come, first-serve basis with MANDATORY registration through Eventbrite. Register at: https://richardkelly.eventbrite.com/



2013 International Photography Awards Best of Show Exhibition



image: ©Annelie Vandendael

Featuring 45 of the winning images from the 2013 competition, curated by Susan Baraz.

The 2013 Best of Show Photographers are: Jisca van Beveren, Leslie Hall Brown, Marina Cano, Fabrizio Cestari, YUKARI CHIKURA, Angelo Cirrincione, Gabriele Croppi, Souvid Datta, Patricia Dinu, Brian Driscoll, Steven Friedman, Alexey Furman, Glenna Gordon, Lucy Snowe Henry, Lucia Herrero, Buck Holzemer, John Huet, Aaron Huey, Tommy Ingberg, Goran Jovic, Brooks Kraft, Wai Shun Wilson Lee, Nicky Loh, JM Lopez, Christopher Malcolm, Lauren Marsolier, Maysun, Jakub Ochnio, Donna Pinckley, Fausto Podavini, Espen Rasmussen, Joel Redman, Morten Rygaard, Bertram Schiller, Paul Souders, Ilona Szwarc, Viktor Sykora, Boon Kah Tan, Vassilis Tangoulis, Sebastiano Tomada, Richard Tuschman, Annelie Vandendael, Raina+Wilson, Chong Kok Yew and Alessandro Zulberti.

Free With RSVP

to BOSRSVP@lucieawards.com

October 26, 2013

7pm - 10pm
Hosted by:
Splashlight Studios
One Hudson Square, 75 Varick Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10013

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2013 Lucie Awards Gala

October 27, 2013

6 p.m. Arrivals
7 p.m Show
Attire: Cocktail or Black Tie

Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC
881 7th Avenue
New York, New York 10019

 

Join us for the 2013 Lucie Awards event, honoring the greatest achievements in photography. The global photography community will pay tribute to the most outstanding achievements, which will be presented at the ceremony. The event will honor Lucie Honorees, as well as the winners of the Annual International Photography Awards.

Purchase tickets here.