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I am an American photographer living in Dublin, Ireland. I have a BFA in digital art with a concentration in photography from Northeastern University and have just recently graduated from National University of Ireland Galway with a Master of Arts in art management.Locked Pro Plan feature
Assist and shoot products for web in the studio, assist photographer with lifestyle shoots, retouch images, photograph new office space, and popup shop for company newsletter and social media, assist in stock takes and filling customer orders.
Design 50x50 exhibition call for submission post, manage social media for 50x50 exhibition, manage all correspondence with participants for festival pop up shop and 50x50 exhibition, create and manage stock sheet for festival pop up shop, receive and manage submissions for 50x50 exhibition.
PA to festival Director, photograph events, design posters, data entry, assist with volunteer recruitment, liaise with venue managers.
Photograph gift shop items, facilitate donation requests, assemble press kits, update social media sites, assist with image handling, update content on museum website, assist with events.
Assist photographers in the studio, retouch portraits, digitally restore old images, frame photographs, manage bookings, manage front desk, maintain shop and studio’s cleanliness and organization.
Assist with photo shoots, light retouching of images, assist graphic designers with small projects, upload images to website, liaise with vendors to acquire images.
This programme offers a professional qualification to those seeking to further their careers in the management, marketing and administration of the Arts in Ireland and abroad. We welcome graduates seeking to further their education in the specific area of Arts management and policy, whilst equally offering practising artists, managers and curators the opportunity to develop their managerial and administrative skills and explore contemporary cultural trends. --Official course description from NUIG website
The official title of my degree is a BFA in Digital art with a concentration in Photography, relabeled by Northeastern in 2016 as a BFA in Media Arts. This degree focuses on giving participants a well rounded knowledge of Photography, Animation, and video with the opportunity to concentrate more intensely in one aspect of these three. This degree includes a technical education in the most commonly used softwares in the industry as well as encourages a creative and artistic approach to the creation of work, and ensures an education in the evolution of art and design through history.
SELECTED is a joint initiative between the Galway International Arts Festive (GIAF) and the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), which gives a select number of NUIG students full access to certain aspects of GIAF. The purpose of the programme is to expose the future generation of arts professionals to the innerworkings of a large scale festival The programme offers participants the opportunity to meet with GIAF organizers and contract employees including the CEO, Artistic Director, Marketing Manager, Big Top Grounds manager, Theatre directors, and Programme Coordinator, as well as international arts professionals in an intimate setting. Participants also volunteer with the festival as Ambassadors and are invited to see many of the performances.
Photographer Neal Rantoul was a professor at Northeastern University from 1971 to 2013. When he retired he set up a yearly grant to be given at to the strongest photography portfolio within the graduating class.
Each year, the Alliance partners with nearly 100 visual arts and literary arts organizations across the country to bring the Scholastic Awards to local communities. Teens in grades 7–12 apply in 29 categories of art and writing. Last year, students submitted nearly 320,000 works of art and writing to the Scholastic Awards. Submissions are juried by luminaries in the visual and literary arts, some of whom are past award recipients. Panelists look for works that best exemplify originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. Students receiving Gold Keys, Silver Keys, Honorable Mentions, or American Visions & Voices Nominations are celebrated within their communities through local exhibitions and ceremonies. Gold Key works are then judged nationally by an impressive panel of creative–industry experts to receive National Medals, including Gold, Silver, American Visions & Voices, Portfolio Silver with Distinction or Portfolio Gold Medals and Sponsored Awards. National Medalist are recognized in part at the National Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Regional Awards Gold Key The very best works submitted to local programs. Gold Key works are automatically considered for national–level recognition Silver Key Stand-out works submitted to local programs that demonstrate exceptional ability. Honorable Mention Accomplished works submitted to local programs showing great skill and potential.