Archive for March, 2010

Baby Photographer Wanted

March 30, 2010

No. Not for me…

Lindee, a recent transplant to Cleveland, is looking for a creative photographer to take her son’s 6 month portraits – an easy task if she wanted to use Yellowpages.com and to get the same old standard headshots.  But she’s looking for something more than that.  He’ll only be this little once.  She  thinks young, creative photographic art students may have a fresh prospective on baby portraits (She is willing to pay!).

If you’re interested, email Lindee:  laterflater@yahoo.com

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Economic Boost from Ingenuityfest, Gordon Square Arts District

March 30, 2010


Gordon Square Arts District is pumping millions of dollars and new jobs into the regional economy by attracting patrons to its restaurants, galleries and theaters, according to a report by Team NEO.
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“The ripple effects of Ingenuity fest and the Gordon Square Arts District pour millions of dollars into the region’s economy, according to two new Team NEO studies.”

Read the article from the Plain Dealer / Cleveland.com:

Team NEO study projects economic boost from Ingenuityfest, Gordon Square Arts District | cleveland.com.

Holga/TLR Return

March 29, 2010

If you’re finished with the Holga or TLR I loaned you for your medium format assignment, please return it this week.  If you want to continue to use it, please let me know so it’s accounted for.

Salon des Refuses

March 29, 2010

Work that was not accepted in the student show can be displayed on the 2nd floor of the Art Building on April 2nd. Begin setting up at 5:30pm.  Bring your own supplies and tools to hang your work.  Or, prop it, post it, or otherwise put it where you see fit.

All work must be taken down that night.

Food and drink will be available.

Creative Quarterly: Call for Entries

March 28, 2010

Creative Quarterly is accepting entries for its annual call for entires.  CQ’s competition has a division for students working in photography.  In the past, we’ve had student success.  Most recently, Meghan Fischer was awarded a runner up in student photography.  Last year, Peter Jennings won the Bronze Award (see CSU photo announcement).

Entries are $10 each.  Winner’s work will be reproduced in the magazine and online.

For more information, visit the website: Creative Quarterly: Call for Entries.

Get On It!

March 24, 2010

Due to lack of entries so far, the Student Art Show deadline has been extended.  You may drop off work between 10am – 2pm Thursday, Mar 25.

You’ve been making work, right?  Show it.  Maybe even win some cash or prize for it. CSU photo represent.  If you’re in Photo III, remember your exhibition requirements.

For more info, see earlier CSU photo entry.

CSU in CMA’s FOP Student Critique

March 23, 2010

Cory Scheider and Meghan Fischer will present their work to Cleveland Museum of Art’s Friends of Photography Affiliate Group on Wed, Mar 31.  They will present along with two students from CIA.  Please note that you must be a member of the Friends of Photography to attend.  We’ll shoot for a trial run in class on Mon.  Good luck guys.

CSU photo’s previous entry on CMA’s FOP

Printer Primer Updated for CS4

March 23, 2010

I’ve updated the instructions for the AB7 lab printer.  You can find a link on the Course and Lab Info Page (link at the top right of the page).

Download the updated Printer Primer here.

Printer / Medium Format Assignment

March 23, 2010

I’m anticipating a big run on the printer this week before your deadline on Friday.  You are to have all your prints finished by the beginning of class.  So far, I haven’t seen much printing.  This worries me.  I’m posting a sign up sheet by the printer.  Make  arrangements to have your prints finished on time.

Minimum size 11″x14″.  Remember to arrange your prints to make best use of the 24″ wide paper (for instance, two vertically oriented 14″x11″ prints side by side for a 22″x 11″ print).

If you’re working in the darkroom, disregard.

Reminder: Student Show Drop Off…

March 22, 2010

…is Tue and Wed  (yes tomorrow and the next day) between 10am – 4pm in the CSU Art Gallery.

See previous CSU photo announcement.