• Digital Negative workshop at Penumbra on March 4th and 5th

    By The Halide Project on March 1, 2017
    Penumbra Foundation, located in New York City, will be offering a two-day Intro to Digital Negative workshop on March 4th and 5th.  During the workshop, students will learn how to set up the digital darkroom, scanners, printers, input mediums, software and output media For further information, please click here. Photo credit: Morgan Post
  • Second Saturday Coffee at SE Center for Photography on December 10th

    By The Halide Project on December 9, 2016
    For those of you in South Carolina…  On Saturday, December 10th, the Southeast Center for Photography will be holding their Second Saturday Coffee from 10 AM – 1 PM.  Swing by and enjoy some coffee, donuts, and photo talk! The Center is located at: 1239 Pendleton St, Greenville, SC 29611 Call 864.605.7400 with questions.
  • Jeff Cowen’s “Photoworks” at the Ludwig Museum thru January 22nd

    By The Halide Project on December 4, 2016
    The Ludwig Museum – located in Cologne – will have the exhibition Photoworks by Jeff Cowen on view through January 22nd.  Cowen explores sensory perception in 2-dimensional artwork with his darkroom-based images. For more information about Cowen’s work and this exhibition, please click here. Photo credit: Jeff Cowen
  • “Materials & Processes” opens at Silver Eye on September 2nd

    By The Halide Project on August 23, 2016
    Silver Eye Center for Photography, located in Pittsburgh, will have the exhibition Materials & Processes: Imagining the Elements of Photography on view from September 2nd – November 19th.  Featuring work by Daniel Boardman, April Friges, Jessica Labatte, Andy Mattern, Zach Nader, and Julie Weber, the exhibition focuses on the “materiality” of photography. On Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 PM, there […]
  • Platinotype & Gum Bichromate workshop at Gold Street Studios on July 23rd & 24th

    By The Halide Project on July 16, 2016
    On July 23rd and 24th, Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery, located in Victoria, Australia, will he hosting a Platinotype and Gum Bichromate workshop.  This two-day workshop will show student show to layer the two processes in order to build depth and enrich shadow areas. For full details, please click here. Photo courtesy Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery
  • Light Work Artist-in-Residence application deadline July 1st

    By The Halide Project on June 30, 2016
    Each year, Light Work selects 12 – 15 artists to participate in its residency program, provides them with a $5000 stipend, an apartment to stay in, private darkroom and digital studios, and 24-hour access to the facility.  Applications for the 2017 program are due July 1st. For full details and guidelines, please click here.    
  • “The Analog Film Lab” at Gowanus Darkroom on June 5th

    By The Halide Project on June 4, 2016
    On Sunday, June 5th, Brooklyn Central will be offering The Analog Film Lab, hosted by Gowanus Darkroom.  This full day, immersive workshop will cover all the fundamentals of black and white photography, including exposing, processing, contacting, and printing. For full details, click here.
  • Fotofilmic Summer Shortlist deadline May 29th

    By The Halide Project on May 26, 2016
    Open to photographers working in film and analog photography, Fotofilmic’s first phase consists of a series of three curated, online Shortlists, each of which includes work by 30 selected photographers.  The deadline for their Summer Shortlist, the last of the 2016 series, is May 29th.  The culmination of the Shortlists is a touring exhibition, featuring work of 30 out of […]
  • Second Saturday Coffee at SE Center for Photography today from 10 AM – 1 PM

    By The Halide Project on May 14, 2016
    Feel like getting together with other photographers over coffee and donuts, talk shop, and share work?  Well, if you’re in the Greenville, South Carolina area, you’re in luck!  The SE Center for Photography is holding its Second Saturday Coffee today.  There’s no agenda, just the chance to link up with some like-minded photographers. Just show up at 1239 Pendleton Street […]
  • Step back in time and see a darkroom that dates back to the 1840s…

    By The Halide Project on May 13, 2016
    Story goes that Fortune Joseph Petoit-Groffier’s studio and darkroom were sealed off in an unused part of his estate and later discovered in pristine condition.  It is the oldest known intact lab, with some chemistry bottles dating back to 1840 – ’41. Click here to learn about the Photographic Studio and Lab of Fortune Joseph Petiot-Groffier. This article appears on […]