Fall 2018 Barbara Stewart Scholarship Winner and Honorable Mentions

Congratulations to our Fall 2018 Barbara Stewart Scholarship Winner and honorable mentions!

Self Portrait as Subject
Winners currently on display in Gallery Obscura

Winner ($250 scholarship):
Caina Li

Honorable Mentions:
Huitzi Herrera
Alvie Morris
Paloma Torres
Tingting Xu

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Faculty Spotlight: Prof. Stephanie Williamson to show in “Exquisite Little Things”

Gray Loft Gallery
A group show of small works of art
Saturday & Sunday, December 1 & 2: 11:00 – 6:00 pm
Saturday, December 8: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
2nd Friday reception: December 14, 6:00 – 9:00 pm


Alum & Faculty Spotlight: Yelena Zhavoronkova & Prof. Raskin featured in AAP Magazine

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$500 Yefim Cherkis Memorial Scholarship Fall 2018 – Portfolios due 12/08/2018

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$250 Barbara Stewart Memorial Scholarship Spring 2018 – Entries due Nov 30, 2018

What is the Barbara Stewart Scholarship?
• It is a scholarship established in memory of the late and beloved Barbara Stewart, a City College ESL instructor and photography enthusiast. Each semester a Beginning Photography student is awarded a $250 merit scholarship in her honor.

Who may enter?
• Open to all currently enrolled Photo 51 students.

Is there a theme or subject?
• The theme this semester is Self Portrait. All images must be produced this semester.

What may I submit?
• Students may submit one “piece” consisting of one or no more than two photographs.

What are the submission requirements?
• Images should be original size – do not reduce the size. JPEG format only!
• File names must be in this format: first_lastname_ph51-<section#>.jpg.
For example: sally_smith_ph51-001.jpg No spaces or punctuation other than – or _
• Student’s name must be included as Creator in the file metadata and his/her email address must also be included in the metadata. Submissions without this information will not be considered!

How do I submit?
• Files should be uploaded using this link:
www.dropbox.com/request/f4FNnJxND6V1zSeS2e9T
• Submissions must be received no later than 9:00 pm on November 30, 2018.

Still have questions?
• Ask your Instructor or a Lab Supervisor for assistance or Contact Steven Raskin at sraskin@ccsf.edu

 


Faculty Art Show

Gallery Obscura and City College Art Gallery are pleased to present:

Faculty Art Show
featuring works by faculty from CCSF’s Art and Photography Departments

November 5-December 5, 2018
Opening Reception
Thursday, November 8, 2018   5-7pm
at both galleries:

Gallery Obscura: located in the Photo Dept. Visual Arts 160
CCSF Art Gallery: Visual Arts 116

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Participating Artists: 
Sarah Christianson
Nadareh Degani
Amy Diaz-Infante
Jessica Eastburn
Nancy Mizuno Elliott
Alan Firestone
Erika Gentry
Ema Harris-Sintamarian
Tonya Hough
Liz Leger
Andrew Leone
Carol Levy
Ken Light
Andrea Massalski
Kari Orvik
Suzanne Pugh
Steven Raskin
Inna Razumova
Anthony Ryan
Diana Scott
Miné Ternar
Anita Toney
Holman Turner Jr.
Naomi Vanderkindren
Laura Van Duren
Jeff Weston
Deirdre White
Stephanie Williamson


Journalism Matters — More Now Than Ever

CCSF Journalism, Broadcasting & Photography Departments In cooperation with the California News Publishers Association hosts: “Journalism Matters — More Now Than Ever”

Monday, Oct. 8
Airing of podcast discussion on media in the Age of Trump
Featuring Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist Jonathan Freedman, journalism department chair Juan Gonzales, and moderator Victor Tence
(Repeat Airing thru the week of Oct. 8)
Listen to us at Tunein.com

Wednesday, Oct. 10
Meet us @Ram Plaza 10:-2 p.m.
Information Table on Why Journalism Matters
On-The-Spot Broadcast Interviews & Showcasing On-The-Spot Photographing of Students in Front Page Cut Out Free Refreshment

Wednesday, Oct. 17
Speaker
Award-winning Washington journalist Ronald Cohen who reported on the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
Rosenberg Library, Room 305, 12-2 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 18
Film Showing
“All The President’s Men”
Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the details of the Watergate scandal that leads to president Richard Nixon’s resignation.
Rosenberg Library, Room 305, 12 to 2 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 19
Panel Discussion
“Photojournalists in the lLne of Fire”
Featuring Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Kim Komenich, former Reuters/S.F.Bureau Photo Editor Lous DeMatteis, and journalist-author Mary Jo McConnahay.
Bungalow 610, 6-7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 23
“The Post”
The true story of attempts by journalists at the Washing Post to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents regarding the 30 years involvement of the United States government in the Vietnam War. Rosenberg Library, Room 305, 2 to 4 p.m.

Tuesday Oct 25
Film Showing
“To Kill The Messenger”
The true story of San Jose Mercury News journalist Gary Webb and his mid 1990s investigative reporting that uncovered CIA’s role in importing cocaine into the us to support the Nicaraguan Contra rebel army. Rosenberg Library, Room 304, 2 to 4 p.m.

For more information about our events, call 415-239-3446.