Archive for May, 2012

Anna Tararova @ Rotten Meat Gallery this Friday!

May 31, 2012

Secret Wishes and Dark Dreams by Anna Tararova

Rotten Meat Gallery
1814 e 40th suite 4b, Cleveland, OH 44103 (enter through the kelley ave entrance)
Friday, June 1, 6pm – 10pm 

CSU Art Dept alumna and current Ohio University MFA candidate will have an openining reception for her solo show at Rotten Meat Gallery this Friday. The show, Secret Wishes and Dark Dreams, includes large painted panels Anna created as part of her installation she created for her installation for her  thesis exhibition.


Blurb Discount / CMA Deadline

May 9, 2012

Use promo code KNOCKOUT before May 31 for up to a 30% savings on your Blurb book.

Deadline to submit physical books to CMA’s DIY: Photographers and Books exhibition is May 31 (how convenient). But you’ll need to order your book before that. Turn around time is typically 7-9 business days, so plan on ordering  by mid-May (more info from Blurb).

Ryan Upp and Matt Wolosz Published in Case Reserve Review

May 6, 2012

CSU photo students Ryan Upp and Matt Wolosz both have work featured in the  new Spring 2012 issue of Case Reserve Review. CRR is the official student-run literary and photographic magazine of Case Western Reserve University. CRR encourages creative expression by publishing one free, book-style issue each semester featuring original poetry, prose, and photography submissions from students across the nation.

View CCR’s Spring 2012 issue
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Ryan Upp’s work featured in Case Reserve Review’s Spring 2012 issue.

Matt Wolosz’s work featured in Case Reserve Review’s Spring 2012 issue.

Matt Wolosz’s work featured in Case Reserve Review’s Spring 2012 issue.

Ian Ruhter’s Huge Wet Collodions

May 3, 2012

This project isn’t about making images. It’s not about creating the world’s largest camera. It’s about doing what you love. If you had been searching your whole life for something you love, what would you be willing to sacrifice?” ~Ian Ruhter, from Silver & Light

Art Teachers Wanted: Young Audiences

May 2, 2012


Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio, an arts education non-profit has a roster of over 100 individual artists and ensembles who offer interactive and hands-on programs to students in all arts disciplines.  Young Audiences staff provides professional development and technical assistance in marketing, scheduling and coordinating programs.  To learn more about Young Audiences visit

Position Description:
Hired as independent contractors, Young Audiences teaching artists develop and implement programs for children and teachers throughout 18 counties in Northeast Ohio.  We are seeking professional artists who can provide performances and workshops in all art forms but especially those working in Photography, Design, Digital Media Arts and Graphic Animation Arts.

Skill in managing arts programs in a school or educational setting

Flexible scheduling availability

Preference will be given to applicants with prior teaching experience or a strong desire to work with school-age children

Very much in need of a photographic artist to teach in K-12 setting

Application Procedures:
Interested artists should contact the Director of Education, Annie McNally at

For more information visit Young Audiences website.

Equipment Return / Final Meeting Times

May 2, 2012

If you have any borrowed equipment (cameras, videos, books, lights, meters, etc.), I need to get them back by your finals date:

Photo I:                 Monday, May 7, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Photo II & III:       Wednesday, May 9, 1:00 – 3:00 pm