Halide Project News

  • Living Image 2019

    By The Halide Project on August 28, 2019
    Our annual juried exhibition of contemporary analog photography is open for submissions through September 30th!
  • New Fall Events

    By The Halide Project on August 20, 2019
    See a full calendar of new fall activities and events.
  • “Living Image” submission deadline in one week!

    By The Halide Project on July 26, 2017
    The Halide Project will be accepting submissions for our annual call-for-entries exhibition, Living Image, through August 2nd.  Selected work will be featured in our October exhibition at Gravy Studio in Philadelphia, and one grand prize winner will receive a cash prize and inclusion in our annual invitational exhibition, slated for spring of 2018.  Other prizes will also be awarded, sponsored […]
  • THP informal group critique on June 21st

    By The Halide Project on June 15, 2016
    In conjunction with the exhibition Living Image, The Halide Project will be hosting an informal group critique at Gravy Studio in Philadelphia on Tuesday, June 21st between 6 – 9 PM.  Bring prints of recent work that you’d like to receive feedback on, and be prepared to discuss others’ work, in this casual, yet serious, critique! For more information, including […]
  • Join The Halide Project at the PMA Study Room to see photos from the collection this Friday!

    By The Halide Project on June 8, 2016
    This Friday, June 10th, The Halide Project has scheduled a visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Prints, Drawings, and Photographs Study Room to view photos from their collection.  Coinciding with our Living Image exhibition, many of the images we’ve chosen to pull were referenced in juror Chandra Glick’s talk at yesterday’s opening  reception and all are relevant to traditional […]
  • Come do cyanotypes in Penn Treaty Park with The Halide Project tomorrow!

    By The Halide Project on June 3, 2016
    We have a lot of programming scheduled during the month of June in conjunction with our call-for-entry exhibition, Living Image, starting with “Cyanotype in the Park” tomorrow, June 4th.  Come on down to Penn Treaty Park any time between 1 – 4 PM, help yourself to some pre-coated cyanotype paper, and experiment with negatives or objects you’ve brought with you […]
  • First Friday with The Halide Project!

    By The Halide Project on June 2, 2016
    Come get a sneak peek at Living Image, The Halide Project’s first annual call-for-entry show, this Friday, June 3rd during Philadelphia’s First Friday art walk.  Living Image, juried by Artforum Photo Editor Chandra Glick, is on view at Gravy Studio through the month of June and features work by 18 photographers working in traditional methods. We hope to see you […]
  • Living Image on view this June!

    By The Halide Project on May 10, 2016
    Selected by Artforum Photo Editor Chandra Glick from an international call for entry, the works on view in Living Image speak to the craftsmanship of the techniques used to create them. Artifacts of the processes create serendipitous “imperfections” that stand in stark contrast to the ubiquitous, digitally processed imagery that surrounds us today. From historic processes to photograms to sculptural […]
  • Pop-up Pinhole Show!

    By The Halide Project on April 30, 2016
    The Halide Project and Gravy Studios are joining forces once again to present a one-day, pop-up pinhole show tomorrow, May 1st, at Gravy!  Here’s how you can get in on the fun… If you make pinhole images, you can drop work off at Gravy today from 12 – 5 PM or tomorrow from 12 – 1 PM to be included […]
  • Celebrate Worldwide Pinhole Camera Day with The Halide Project and Gravy Studios!

    By The Halide Project on April 23, 2016
    In celebration of Worldwide Pinhole Camera Day, The Halide Project and Gravy Studios have joined forces to offer a pinhole camera workshop tomorrow, April 24th, at Gravy.  Taught by local pinhole photographer and educator, Stephanie Slate, participants will learn how to create cameras out of just about anything that can be made light tight and use their new cameras to […]