• Covid-19 resources for artists

    By The Halide Project on April 16, 2020
    If you have been impacted by the coronavirus, there are several resources out there to assist artists.  The list below is not exhaustive, but  hopefully it will provide a starting point for those in need of information and/or grant funding.  Stay strong! National Endowment for the Arts Alliance for Artists Communities Artist Relief ArtsAid PHL for Philadelphia-based artists. Assets for […]
  • Don’t Take Pictures Magazine “The Explorers Issue” available!

    By The Halide Project on April 5, 2020
    Don’t Take Pictures Magazine has its most recent issue, The Explorers Issue, available for sale now!  It can be purchased individually or as part of an annual subscription. Click here to read more about this issue, subscriptions, and everything else available from Don’t Take Pictures!
  • Incandescent Zine Issue Sixteen now available!

    By The Halide Project on October 9, 2019
    Incandescent Zine Issue Sixteen features the work of eighteen photographers working with color film and is now available for sale through the Pine Island Press website. Please click here for more information on Issue Sixteen, including info on featured artists and details on how to order.
  • Don’t Take Pictures Issue 12 now available!

    By The Halide Project on March 19, 2019
    Issue #12 of Don’t Take Pictures Magazine is now available!  The Book Issue celebrates photography on the printed page and features the work of both emerging and established photographer such as Jefferson Hayman, Sal Taylor KyddAbelardo Morrell, Camille Seaman, and Samuel Zeller. Please click here to read more about this issue, including how to subscribe.
  • “After Hiroshima” by elin o’Hara slavick now available from Daylight Books

    By The Halide Project on February 5, 2019
    After Hiroshima by elin o’Hara slavick is an attempt to “visually, poetically, and historically address the magnitude of what disappeared, and what remains, after the dropping of the A-bomb in 1945” through “images of loss and survival, fragments and lives, architecture and skin, surfaces and invisible things, like radiation.” Please click here to read more about the book or to […]
  • Center accepting grant applications thru January 29th

    By The Halide Project on January 23, 2019
    Center is accepting applications for the following grants through January 29th… The Project Launch Grant awards $5000 to an “outstanding photographer working on a fine art series or documentary project,” with the money going toward completing and/or disseminating the work.  Please click here to see the guidelines. The Project Development Grant awards grants of $5000 to help photographers complete fine […]
  • Woodstock AIR accepting applications thru January 17th

    By The Halide Project on January 15, 2019
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock is accepting applications from photographers whose work “critically engages issues of diversity, race, identity and beyond” for its Artist-in-Residence program through January 17th.  Residencies are 4-6 weeks in length and include a $2,000 honorarium, 24/7 access to digital lab, darkroom, and a large studio, living and work space, as well as critical and technical […]
  • “Don’t Take Pictures” new issue out now!

    By The Halide Project on September 24, 2018
    Don’t Take Pictures Magazine has its 5th anniversary issue available for purchase now.  It features work by Larry Fink, Duane Michals, George Tice, and other photographers whose names you’ll be sure to know! Please click here for details.
  • Gravy Studio Late Night Member Show & Fundraiser TONIGHT

    By The Halide Project on September 7, 2018
    Don’t miss tonight’s one-night, late-night, First Friday member show and art sale fundraiser at Gravy Studio & Gallery. The party is on at 910 N. 2nd Street from 9pm-Midnight! A great way to finish First Friday, see the work of current and past Gravy members, and support all the great work this coop does for the photo community. Find details www.gravy-studio.com. […]
  • Help bring Jackie Neale’s cyanotype banners to the Venice Biennale!

    By The Halide Project on August 19, 2018
    Photographer and social documentarian Jackie Neale currently has a GoFundMe campaign to help bring her project “Crossing Over Mexico-US: An Immigration Oral History” to the 2018 Venice Biennale.  The project, begun during a residency on the US-Mexico border, combines life-size cyanotype portrait banners and audio interviews to “create storytelling oral histories of immigration from Mexico to the U.S. and other […]