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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Nominations Now Open for the 2010 Ateneo Art Awards: Shattering States


On its fiftieth anniversary, the Ateneo Art Gallery announces that "Shattering States" has been selected as the theme of this year's Ateneo Art Awards, in response to the museum’s pioneering efforts in championing the cause of modernism in the country.

Traversing the range and scale of art practice, the 2010 edition of the Awards actively underscores the transgressive nature of artists, and resists the tendency to nurture ideas of stasis or permanence that usually accompany milestone celebrations. Ceaselessly challenging traditional media forms, this year presents an explosive array of artists whose works in one way or another hybridize manifestations that delineate and define the cutting edge.

Beyond the parameters of the object and its creator, "Shattering States" is also an ongoing reflection about time and place: a mental mapping of links that connect local and global concerns. As Philippine society finds itself yet again at the crossroads, art ultimately harnesses and realizes the potential of the imagination to create a wishing space that will
effectuate lasting change.

The Ateneo Art Awards are given to Filipino visual artists below the age of 36 foro utstanding works in an exhibition between 2 May 2009 and 1 May 2010. Nominations are accepted from visual artists, curators, museum and gallery directors, members of the present and former juries, art educators and art writers. Nomination forms are available at the Ateneo Art Gallery , Ateneo de Manila University, Katipunan Avenue , Loyola Heights , Quezon City; at Casa Gorodo Museum, Cebu City; or from the website http://gallery. ateneo.edu

All nominations must be received at the Ateneo Art Gallery before 5 pm on 31 May 2010. For more information, please contact Ian Carlo Jaucian at +6324266488 or mobile +639178878956 or emailijaucian@ateneo.edu. Exhibition of the works of the artists short-listed for the Awards will be at the Grand Atrium of the Shangri-la Plaza Mall, Shaw Blvd , Mandaluyong City from 6 August - 16 August 2010.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Daylight Magazine CDS Photo Awards

In recognition of our mutual interest in documentary and fine art photography, Daylight Magazine and the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University have started an international competition, the Daylight/CDS Photo Awards, to honor and promote talented and committed photographers, both emerging and established.Two awards, a PROJECT PRIZE and a WORK-IN-PROCESS PRIZE.

Guest Jurors:
VINCE ALETTI, writer/critic; DARIUS HIMES, editor/curator; JULIE SAUL, gallery owner/director; ALEC SOTH, photographer; HANK WILLIS THOMAS, photographer; JAMIE WELLFORD, international photo editor, Newsweek; with TAJ FORER and MICHAEL ITKOFF, editors, Daylight Magazine, and ALEXA DILWORTH, publishing director, and COURTNEY REID-EATON, exhibitions director, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.

To enter the competition, click here.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Photography in the Digital Age

Filipinas Heritage Library
May 6, 2010
1:00-5:00 p.m.

This symposium takes a closer look at how digital technology has changed photography in the Philippines. Find out the different thoughts and challenges of those who are making, viewing, and mediating photography in the advent of digitization.

Topics:

Photography and Visual Perceptions
by Joey TaƱedo, a professor at UP College of Fine Arts

Visions in the Making
by Gunther Deichmann, an international multi-awarded photographer

Challenges of participating in a group photo exhibition

by Jaime Zobel and Manny Illana, participating photographers of Artisans at Work

Ethics in Photography in the Digital Age
by Harvey Chua, a professor at De La Salle University-College of Saint Benilde
and owner of Adphoto

Intellectual Property Rights for Photographers
by Atty. Louie Calvario, Head of Copyright Services
Intellectual Property Office
    No admission fee will be collected. Interested participants are requested to reserve a seat prior to the symposium.

    For more details, please call 892-1801, send an SMS to 0917-559-4417, e-mail cruz.ct@ayalafoundation.org, or visit www.filipinaslibrary.org.ph.
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