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CatchLight Fellows Round Up: June 2019 — Alexandra Bell’s debut at the Whitney Biennial, Aida Muluneh featured in the Atlantic and current exhibitions with Sarah Blesener and Tomas van Houtryve.
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Catchlight Jun 13
Using the Female Gaze to Look Inside the Self - Feature Shoot Photo: Arielle Bobb-Willis. San Francisco, 2017.
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Catchlight Jun 7
Rethinking how we see and understand news — and who frames it by CatchLight Founder and current Fellow Photo © Alexandra Bell
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Catchlight Jun 7
News Analysis: Readers want good visuals, but newsrooms keep laying off photojournalists who can deliver them via CatchLight Local aims to reseed visual journalism at the community level.
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Catchlight Jun 6
So excited to announce CatchLight Local — a community-based visual storytelling initiative: In partnership with and supported by launching in the Bay Area with and Photo
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Alexia Foundation May 28
Announcing The Alexia 2019 Competition. We will begin accepting applications on Sept. 4, 2019. Deadline: Sept. 30. Judging will take place at on Nov. 9. Winners will be announced on or around Nov. 19. Mark your calendars & pls share:
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Catchlight May 22
WATCH NOW: 2019 CatchLight Visual Storytelling Summit Videos brought to you in partnership with Photos by Sarahbeth Maney
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Catchlight May 20
The Photographer Fighting Visual Clichés of Africa: Aïda Muluneh’s vibrant images explore Ethiopian identity, and her photo festival aspires to shape a new vision of the continent.
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Aperture Foundation May 16
Susan Meiselas wins 2019 Deutsche Börse photography prize. via
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Catchlight May 15
Last day to apply!
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Catchlight May 8
Making Visible the Spirit World of Mexico’s Indigenous Communities via In this photo-illustration, a man assembles fireworks for a ritual. By Yael Martínez and Orlando Velázquez
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Catchlight May 7
A fierce desire to stay: looking at West Virginia through its people's eyes | Photographer Matt Eich and poet Doug Van Gundy went to Webster county, West Virginia, to find a place where people still celebrate their community
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Catchlight May 1
Tyler Mitchell Isn’t Just Making Fashion Images – He’s Making History | AnOther Atlanta-born photographer speaks to Ashleigh Kane about his work, shooting Beyoncé and the professor who first encouraged him into photography.
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Catchlight Apr 30
LAST CHANCE to apply for the 2019 awards — photographers, students, photo editors submit by 11:59PM EST tonight! Apply now: Photo by Daniel Castro Garcia, 2017 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient
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Alexia Foundation Apr 29
New work from Sarah Blesener for "High School Shooting Teams Are Getting Wildly Popular — And the NRA Is Helping"
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NYT Photo Apr 23
Photoville Los Angeles's shipping containers will feature projects focusing on the city's homegrown talent, immigration and climate change
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W. Eugene Smith Fund Apr 20
DEADLINE EXTENDED! Apply by April 30 11:59pm EST for the 2019 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant, The Howard Chapnick Grant, and the Smith Fund Grant for Student Photographers: Photo by Cristina García Rodero, 1989 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient
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Catchlight Apr 22
When Sand Expands: The Sahara is growing, thanks in part to climate change Check out 's cover photo, “The Sorrow We Bear,” commissioned by WaterAid in Earth Day coverage.
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Catchlight Apr 19
New fellowship honoring photographer Santu Mofokeng will provide researchers, archivists, curators and students access to photography archives: “27 April 1994.” Elections in Bloemhof. © Santu Mofokeng
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SF Camerawork Apr 18
Deadline extended for ! Photographers have until next Friday, April 26th to submit. One finalist will be honored with the Juror's Choice Award and win a $1,000 prize. Submit here: from the series Crisis of Experience; 2018 finalist
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