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Windows From Prison – PhotoWings + Ashoka U InSights Grantee: George Mason University

Windows From Prison utilizes photography as a way to connect incarcerated men and women to their alienated pasts and to create space and humanistic entry points for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community...

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PhotoWings + Ashoka U InSights Grantees: Past Present and Future Self Through Photography

PhotoWings and Ashoka U are proud to announce our InSights Grant winners!  Working with nine prominent university communities from the 24 world-wide Ashoka U Campuses — including Brown, Cornell, New School,...

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Watch: PhotoWings & AshokaU InSights Grant Winner: Dublin City University

PhotoWings traveled to Dublin, Ireland to document “Collaborating on Intergenerational Stories,” the PhotoWings & AshokaU InSights grant winning project created for the Intergenerational Learning...

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Watch: Camille Seaman – Personal Inspiration in Photography

In this video, Camille Seaman explores the power of photography through personal terms. In her words, “photography saved my life.” She explains the magic feeling she received from just holding a toy...

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Watch: Jason Eskenazi – Storytelling and Visual Literacy

With an impressive résumé and humble disposition, Jason Eskenazi brings a naturally thoughtful approach to his craft. In this video, he holds up examples from his award-winning book Wonderland: A Fairy Tale of the...

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Foundry Photojournalism Workshop

Every year, the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop offers a chance to learn from some of the world’s most well respected photojournalists. In 2008, Foundry kicked off in Mexico City and has since been held in...

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PhotoWings + AshokaU Webinar — Self-Discovery and Changemaking Through Photography

PhotoWings has partnered with AshokaU to produce a free webinar, Advancing Changemaking Skills Through Photography: Self-Discovery Through Photography. With this webinar, participants gain valuable skills to use...

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Watch: LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph 2013 – INsight Conversations

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph is a celebration of photography, created by photographers, for those who share a passion for the still image. Watch the INsight conversations from the 2013 festival, featuring...

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LOOK3: Three Days of Peace, Love, and Photography

Every June, some of the world’s best photographers, picture professionals, and their fans descend upon beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia—nestled near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains—for LOOK3, a...

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Anne Wilkes Tucker – WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY

Now at the Corcocan Gallery of Art in D.C. from June 29th to Sept. 29th! Ten years in the making, WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath premiered at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH) on...

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Black Tsunami – James Whitlow Delano at Foundry Workshop

Update: Funded! The Black Tsunami Kickstarter exceeded its funding goal, and we look forward to the book’s printing later this year. Presenting at the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Chiang Mai,...

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Blue Earth Alliance – Collaborations for Cause

Organized by Blue Earth Alliance, the Collaborations for Cause Conference provides an open environment in order to build strong, lasting bridges among creative multimedia storytellers, non-profits, socially...

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Malcolm Daniel

PhotoWings speaks to the Senior Curator in the Department of Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. A respected curator and scholar of photography, Malcolm Daniel has been an integral part of building The...

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Ken Light: Continuing the Photo Documentary Tradition in the 21st Century

Ripples from the recent economic downturn spread far and wide. Not since the Great Depression have the lives and stories of so many Americans been impacted in the collapse of financial systems. In the 1930’s, Roy...

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Brigitte Carnochan – Reinterpreting Text and Images

Brigitte Carnochan is a well-respected fine art photographer and an articulate educator, currently teaching at Stanford University. In Imagining Then, she shares her uniquely personal story in words and memories...

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Story Behind the Picture: Unintended Consequences from a Gathering of the Russian Intelligentsia

When the subjects of this photograph posed for the camera, they likely never imagined that the resulting picture would ultimately lead to grave consequences for one of them. The portrait shows a group of...

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Watch: Maggie Steber – The Value of Family Photo Albums

Maggie Steber has had a long career in photography as a National Geographic photographer, photography editor and teacher, and she is one of our most respected and loved members. She is a “photographer’s...

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Doug Nickel, Former Director of the Center for Creative Photography

One of the most respected curators and photo historians of his generation, Doug Nickel likely surprised no one when he landed his position as director of the Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the University...

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