Auckland Photo Blog School Takeover - Selwyn College
2016 is the 10th year anniversary of the Auckland Photo Blog and to celebrate we want to showcase some of the huge photography talent we know is out there amongst Auckland’s school students. We are starting a new youth engagement project to involve more schools with our ongoing monthly Auckland Photo Blog for our 10th anniversary year. So for this month, March, the Auckland Photo Blog will be showcasing photography exclusively from Selwyn College students. And for the Photo of The Month, Selwyn College will be receiving a $150 Momento Photo Book voucher to make their own photobook with their Blog photographs. We're looking forward to seeing the students creativity and how Auckland is reflected in their work. Thanks to Alix Coleman at Selwyn College for getting her students on board.
2016 Annual Commission by Sacred Hill shortlist announced
We are delighted to announce the Auckland Festival of Photography Annual Commission by Sacred Hill shortlist for 2016 includes -
Helen Clegg. This is the title image from her latest series "For a long time, I went to bed early"
Russ Flatt. This image is "Dais" from his series "Nationals". See more on his website
Solomon Mortimer. This image is "Pacific Rose (Zahra)" from the series "When the sun sets your eyes change colour (I hope this is true)". See more on his website
November theme 'Food' Photo of the Month announced
Congratulations to Paul Craze winner of double movie pass. For his great shot of 'Cherry Tomatoes". Submit your December entries now.
Auckland Festival of Photography 2016
We are delighted to announce that the 2016 Auckland Festival of Photography will take place from Thursday 2nd June to Friday 24th June.
Our 2016 exhibition submission and registration process will be announced next month in October. The new curated theme for 2016 plus new ways to participate will be announced next month. Check our website for more details or like us on our FB page.
Next year is the 13th year of the Festival and we look forward to showing more inspirational, challenging and great new artists, projects and exhibitions to engage our audience. We will also be inviting an international guest curator to collaborate on the 2016 Festival theme. More news on this in October!
The Auckland Festival of Photography is open to programming any exhibition created through the medium of photography. We encourage festival participation from all levels of exhibitors including dealer galleries, private and public venues, individual artists and community groups. We aim to make festival participation as barrier free and inclusive as possible, in order to reflect and represent the diverse populace and points of view within Auckland.