• Woodstock AIR accepting applications thru January 15th

    By The Halide Project on January 10, 2018
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock, located in upstate New York, is accepting applications for its Artist-in-Residency program through January 15th.  Created to expand the dialogue around diversity, race, and identity, the residency is open to U.S.-based artists of color.  The residency, which is four to six weeks in length, includes accommodations, 24-hour access to CPW’s facilities, including the darkroom, […]
  • Penumbra Workspace Program accepting applications thru December 15th

    By The Halide Project on December 4, 2017
    Penumbra Foundation, located in New York City, is accepting applications for its 2018 Workspace Program through December 15th.  Two emerging artists will be selected to receive benefits such as two weeks’ to two months’ access to Penumbra’s B&W darkroom, alternative process space, digital facilities, and studio, a food/travel stipend and one-time $3000 honorarium, donated and discounted supplies and lab services, […]
  • Shaina Nyman interview on Velvet Glove

    By The Halide Project on November 30, 2017
    Shaina Nyman’s work was featured in The Halide Project’s recent exhibition Living Image, and she was the recipient of Velvet Glove’s prize, which included an interview with the winner on their website.  We are very pleased to share Shaina’s interview with you…  Please click here for the link. Our warmest congratulations, Shaina! Photo credit: Shaina Nyman
  • “Borne Back” now available from Peanut Press

    By The Halide Project on November 27, 2017
    Borne Back is the debut book from photographer Victoria Will, featuring tintype portraits that she created at the Sundance Film Festival.  Published by Peanut Press, the book is available in trade edition or limited edition forms, with the limited edition including a 6×8 print. For details, please click here.
  • “The Spirit Within Australia: The Land and The People” available from Veritas Editions

    By The Halide Project on November 15, 2017
    A limited, fine-press edition of The Spirit of Australia: The Land and The People is now available from Veritas Editions.  The edition includes fifteen tipped in prints and one loose original prints, and processes featured include casein, Chrysotype, cyanotype, hand-coloured platinum/palladium, gelatin silver, photogravure, palladium, platinum/palladium, and Vandyke. For more information, please click here. Photo credit: Liam Lynch
  • Applications for Baxter Street at CCNY residency due November 10th

    By The Halide Project on November 4, 2017
    Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York is accepting applications for its 2018 Workspace Residency through November 10th.  Open to residents of New York City, the residency offers three months of free access to darkroom and digital facilities at the International Center of Photography, free admission to Baxter Street at CCNY events and a 10% discount off of […]
  • “Skaters: Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders” by Jenny Sampson now available!

    By The Halide Project on October 19, 2017
    Published by Daylight Books, Jenny Sampson’s title Skaters: Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skaters is now available for purchase. For full details, please click here.  
  • Looking for photographers addressing environment/climate change issues

    By The Halide Project on October 12, 2017
    Are you a photographer who uses traditional and/or alternative process photography to explore environmental issues or the impacts of climate change?  I am looking to form a consortium of photographers to work to increase the profile of their work and the issues they are addressing. If you feel you might be interested, please email me at: Dale Rio (Please […]
  • Don’t Take Pictures Magazine Issue 9 now out!

    By The Halide Project on September 22, 2017
    Issue 9 from Don’t Take Pictures Magazine is now available for purchase!  It features the work of Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze, Nicholas JR White, Susanna Majuri, Maura Sullivan, Melissa Breyer, and David Hilliard. For information on Don’t Take Pictures and the new issue, please click here.
  • Review Santa Fe festival passes available!

    By The Halide Project on August 30, 2017
    You can buy your Review Santa Fe festival pass now!  Attend artist talks, receptions, exhibition tours, and more with your pass to one of the most acclaimed photo festivals around! For full details on the festival and information on passes, please click here.