Happenings

  • Photography Now 2019 accepting submissions thru February 15th

    By The Halide Project on February 11, 2019
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock is accepting submissions for its annual Photography Now exhibition through February 15th.  In addition to inclusion in the exhibition, over $2500 in cash prizes will be awarded. Please click here to see full details.
  • Intro to Wet Plate at Penumbra on February 16th & 17th

    By The Halide Project on February 10, 2019
    Penumbra Foundation, located in New York City, has a two-day Intro to Wet Plate workshop that will be held on February 16th and 17th.  Participants will learn the basics of creating glass negatives, tintypes, and ambrotypes. Please click here for more information. Photo credit: Lisa Elmaleh
  • Two Carbon Printing workshops coming up at Gold Street Studios!

    By The Halide Project on February 9, 2019
    Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery, located in Victoria, Australia, has two carbon workshops coming up… On February 15th and 16th, the Carbon Printing workshop will introduce participants to the process of making carbon tissues, creating digital negatives, sensitizing, developing, and transferring images.  Please click here for further. On February 17th and 18th, the Carbon on Metal workshop will take […]
  • Second Saturday Coffee at SEC4P tomorrow!

    By The Halide Project on February 8, 2019
    If you find yourself in the vicinity of Greenville, South Carolina tomorrow morning, head on over to the Southeast Center for Photography for their monthly Second Saturday Coffee, a friendly, casual opportunity to meet fellow photographers and photo enthusiasts for coffee, donuts, and conversation! SEC4P is located at 116 E. Broad Street, and they can be reached at 864.605.7400 with […]
  • Homage Exhibition

    By The Halide Project on February 7, 2019
    Homage, a visiting exhibition of handcrafted photographic works inspired by art history, opens March 7th
  • View History at Drexel University’s Legacy Center

    By The Halide Project on February 7, 2019
    Coming up March 23rd, view historic photographs featuring some of our nation's first female physician pioneers and make your own cyanotype prints with THP.
  • “Departures from Reality” on view at Redcliffe Art Gallery thru March 30th

    By The Halide Project on February 7, 2019
    The Redcliffe Art Gallery, located in Moreton Bay, Australia, is showing Departures from Reality through March 30th.  The exhibition – which posits the question, “What is real, and what is fiction?” – features work created by The Fine Monochrome Print Group, whose passion for darkroom photography has been preserving said techniques since 2003. Please click here for more information about […]
  • Allegheny National Photo Competition accepting submissions thru February 8th

    By The Halide Project on February 6, 2019
    The 5th Annual Allegheny National Photography Competition and Exhibition is accepting submissions through February 8th.  In addition to inclusion in the exhibition in Cumberland, Maryland, over $5000 in cash prizes will be awarded. Please click here for more information.
  • “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 […]
  • Elizabeth Opalenik’s “Magic of Mordançage” on view at Gold Street Studios thru March 17th

    By The Halide Project on February 4, 2019
    If you happen to find yourself in Victoria, Australia between now and March 17th, make sure to get yourself to Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery to check out the exhibition Magic of Mordançage: image of beauty and poetic grace, which features the meticulously veiled images of Elizabeth Opalenik. For more information on the artist, process, and exhibition, please click here. […]