Other Events

  • Monalog Collective Photographers Outing, September 10th – 12th

    By The Halide Project on July 10, 2020
    The Monalog Collective is holding its inaugural Photographers Outing in Easton, PA on September 10th – 12th.  Open to those who shoot B&W film, the outing will include a darkroom tour, a talk at the Stimer Modern Gallery, and plenty of opportunities to socialize and shoot with others working in B&W. Please click here for full details, including information on […]
  • Last day to register for Analog Forever’s portfolio reviews!

    By The Halide Project on June 30, 2020
    Today is the last day to sign up for Analog Forever’s online portfolio reviews!  Reviews are twenty minutes in length, and you get to choose which of the four reviewers you’d like to meet with. Please click here for details, including information on each of the reviewers.
  • Digital Rally for Philly Arts taking place today through tomorrow!

    By The Halide Project on June 8, 2020
    For those of you in Philly, you may have heard that the proposed 2021 city budget would eliminate 100% of funding for the Philadelphia Cultural Fund and the Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy, cutting critical funding for hundreds of community nonprofits and organizations throughout the city, including The Halide Project. During a time when budget cuts are negatively […]
  • Auckland Festival of Photography is a go!

    By The Halide Project on May 18, 2020
    New Zealand’s Auckland Festival of Photography has moved most of their programming online, so head over to their website and check out what they’ve got planned for the rest of May and August. And if you happen to be local to AK City, some of the festival’s exhibitions are being offered drive-by style and on digital screens in town, so […]
  • Photography month at the PMA!

    By The Halide Project on May 15, 2020
    It’s Photography Month at the Philadelphia Museum of Art!  You can peruse their photo collection online and check out some of their featured artists,  interviews, and resources for educators. Start your explorations with their Paul Strand page!
  • Free online portfolio reviews!

    By The Halide Project on April 19, 2020
    The World Photography Organization is offering free, 20-minue online portfolio reviews on Thursdays during the month of April. Please click here for more information, including how to submit your project for review.
  • An opportunity to help artists!

    By The Halide Project on March 21, 2020
    I know that these are trying times for everyone, and artists are particularly vulnerable because many of us are self-employed or under-employed.  Photographer Josh White is assisting in the most wonderfully analog way…  He’s selling 8×10 tintypes of toilet paper still-lives for a donation of $50 (or however much you feel able to donate), and all of the proceeds (minus […]
  • Jim Goldberg in Palo Alto on February 23rd

    By The Halide Project on February 18, 2020
    The Palo Alto Photography Forum Lecture Series is welcoming social documentarian Jim Goldberg on February 23rd at 7:30pm.  The event will be held at the Mitchell Park Community Center and will be moderated by San Francisco-based curator Jordan Stein. Please click here to learn more about the even and the work of Goldberg. Photo credit: Jim Goldberg
  • Photo Lecture by RA Friedman at Hill-Physick House in Philly tomorrow night!

    By The Halide Project on February 15, 2020
    On February 16th from 5 – 7:30pm, artist-in-residence RA Friedman will be presenting an interactive photography lecture where audience members will learn about his work and become part of the “alchemical interstices between drawing and photography” that informs it. Please click here for more information. Photo credit: RA Friedman
  • Diane Arbus lecture at The Image Flow on January 16th

    By The Halide Project on January 14, 2020
    The Image Flow, located in Mill Valley, California, will be holding the next installment of its Masters of Photography lecture series on January 16th from 7 – 8pm.  Diane Arbus will be the subject of the talk, and photographer and historian Jeffrey Martz will discuss Arbus’s work in the context of her attempt to normalize marginalized groups. Please click here […]