Posts by: Jenny Montgomery

 

2012 International Conservation Photography Awards

 •  February 3

Founded by Art Wolfe in 1997, the International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards) is a biennial juried photography competition focused on...

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Songs of the Future

 •  February 2

At the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Songs of the Future: Canadian Industrial Photographs, 1858 to Today documents the history of Canada’s...

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Upcoming Opportunities

 •  February 1

Chilkoot Trail Artist Residency Program 2012 “The Artists’ Journey”: The Yukon Arts Centre, Parks Canada and the U.S. National Park Service...

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1955: A Group Show

 •  February 1

© Elliott Erwitt / Magnum Photos Through February 18, the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is presenting 1955: A Group Show. Fascinated by...

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Photo Break 2012 for Kids and Teens

 •  January 31

Victoria's Lúz Gallery is offering a spring photography program for kids and teens from March 19 to 22. There will be two sessions: one for ages 8...

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The Whyte Museum

 •  January 30

© Andrew Querner From February 4 through April 1, Banff's Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies is presenting three photo exhibitions as a...

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Photocrati Fund

 •  January 27

Until April 1, the 2012 Photocrati Fund Competition is open for applications for $5000 grants to emerging and professional photographers to pursue...

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Exposure 2012

 •  January 26

From February 1 through 29, the 8th Annual Calgary Banff Canmore Exposure 2012 Photography Festival will be offering a month-long festival of...

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Edward Burtynsky: Encounters

 •  January 25

© Edward Burtynsky, Nickel Tailings #30, Sudbury, Ontario, 1996, Collection of Glenbow Museum Until April 9, the Glenbow Museum in Calgary,...

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Kodak

 •  January 24

Kodak Centennial T-shirt © Jenny Montgomery Kodak was a part of my family's particular culture. Not just because that was the only film ever used in...

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