We’re ready. List your ACP 2015 event today!

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We're ready!

We can't wait to see what you've planned for ACP 2015. From exhibitions at museums, to one-night-only slideshows at your friend's apartment, your events (and imagination) are the backbone of what makes the Festival a success every October.

Your listing will appear in the printed ACP 2015 Festival Guide, the online Festival Guide, our #acpfest iPhone app, our downloadable pdf, and it will be included in our weekly festival email blasts. That's a big bang for your buck! (Base price for a listing is only $160.)

List your #acpfest event today!

Here's an FAQ about the Festival Guide, ways to participate if you're an artist, or a venue.

Listing deadline is June 19th! Let us know if you have any questions and how we can help!


SCAD Photography Senior Exhibition, Friday Night!

Exhibiting students include Andrew Sisk, Erin Branch, Madison Booth, Mia Yakel, Jordan Bailey, Caitlyn Dibble, Kate Lamb, Drew Mccrary, Sarah Resnick, Megan Seibel, Tytiani Singleton & Naomi Webb.

ACP 2015 Festival Guide – Listing Tool Opens This Week

We're putting the finishing touches on the ACP 2015 Festival Guide Listing Tool (say it three times fast!) and we'll be launching it this week. Participating in the Festival as an artist (or venue!) is a great way to get your photography out into the world, and we can't wait to see what you've planned for October!

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Diane Kirkland’s Prize Photo of Okenfenokee


"Atlanta-based photographer Diane Kirkland has won the 2015 National Wetlands Awards Grand Prize for her photograph (above) of the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia. The awards ceremony, sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute will take place on May 21 at the U.S. Botanical Garden in Washington DC."
Congrats, Diane!

Bruce Davidson at JFA – Pics from John E. Ramspott

Big thanks to John E. Ramspott for sharing his photos from Bruce Davidson's artist talk at Jackson Fine Art this weekend.


Michael James O’Brien at LOOK/15

SCAD professor and new Atlantan Michael O'Brien is in Liverpool at the LOOK/15 Festival, and the Guardian showcased a portfolio of Michael's portraits today from Wigstock in the 90's, including this photo of "Constance".

"Michael James O’Brien spent the 90s photographing drag culture around the world. Here, he meets Manhattan’s most glamorous drag queens – Miss Guy, Ebony Jet, Butch Queens in Chanel – who were out in their finery and fetish gear for Wigstock festival in 1992. Some even brought their puppies along ..."

Sally Mann at Atlanta History Center May 20th, on Fresh Air this week

If you're planning on attending Sally Mann's talk at the Atlanta History Center next week, you might appreciate this appearance of Mann's on Fresh Air earlier this week.
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Amazing. We are humbled.

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You and your friends have responded in a big way.

In fact, the response has been so overwhelming, Phyllis and Sidney Rodbell have agreed to increase their matching gift. You and your friends have already helped us raise $5,000. If we raise another $2,500 by Friday, Phyllis and Sidney will match that DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR!

Help us turn $5,000 into $10,000.

Thank you, as always, for your incredible support!

- Amy

P.S. Last year, ACP volunteers helped more than 400 children at Egleston and Scottish Rite Hospitals through our teen portraiture program.

Mario DiGirolamo opens Sat., May 9th at Lumiere with a book signing

In the office this week, we had the pleasure of seeing Atlanta-based photographer Mario DiGirolamo's new book Visione, of vintage black-and-white work from across the globe. Mario will be having an opening and book signing at Lumiere on Saturday. Should be great!



Bruce Davidson at Jackson Fine Art, opens May 15th

Bruce Davidson will be opening at Jackson Fine Art on May 15th, with an artist's talk the following day. For an interview about his color work, check out TIME, from February of this year.


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