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2019 CatchLight Fellowship Now Open

The 2019 CatchLight Fellowship is now open. This year includes a fourth $30,000 grant open to all innovative leaders in visual storytelling: long-form storytellers with impactful projects as well as leaders committed to advancing and growing the field of visual storytelling. The grant applications are due before midnight PST on February 18, 2019. In addition […]

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Northern Exposure: A Gathering of Visual Storytellers

Welcome to Northern Exposure–an anything-but-the-same-old conference  about photography, video and storytelling at the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota, taking place February 8-10. Northern Exposure is a workshop and get-together designed to bring professional visual journalists, students and others interested in photography together to learn, network and explore, hosted […]

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Job Alert: Stanford Storytelling Project

Stanford University is seeking a full-time Lecturer for the Stanford Storytelling Project. This will be a two year fixed-term appointment beginning August 1, 2019 – July 31, 2021, with the possibility of re-appointment. The Stanford Storytelling Project (SSP) is an arts program that teaches students how to use story craft and practices to create personal and […]

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MediaStorm Premieres 9 Films for WSJ. Magazine’s 2018 Innovators Award at the Museum of Modern Art

Crafting a better future from a world in flux. This is the hallmark of WSJ. Magazine’s 2018 Innovators—a group of visionary, foundation-shaking luminaries working across nine fields. This year’s talents were honored at the annual Innovator Awards on November 7 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Selected by WSJ. Magazine editors, […]

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Reading the Pictures Salon: The Border Wall

We’re writing to tell you about an awesome project, which just won the Howard Chapnick Award, The Reading the Pictures Salon. The Reading the Pictures Salon focuses on how the US/Mexico border wall is depicted, and how photographers and the media are using imagery to depict the politics, to editorialize on it, or to outright challenge the politics from […]

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