Chris Hondros A Retrospective
Exhibit Opens in Raleigh
The first gallery exhibition chronicling over a decade of conflict photography from the late Chris Hondros is now open at ARTSPACE in Raleigh, NC. Hondros (March 14, 1970 – April 20, 2011) moved to Fayetteville, NC as a child and studied English Literature at NC State University and Masters degree from the School of Visual Communication in Ohio. Later Chris Hondros worked as a staff photographer for Getty Images.
Hondros was killed while on assignment in Misurata, Libya on April 20, 2011.
This exhibition will be on display at ARTSPACE Gallery Two April 6 – May 26, 2012.
The 2011 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar will be held on Dec. 2-3 at the Atlanta Perimeter Marriott, 246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE, Atlanta, GA 30346.
Each year, the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar hosts a photography competition
that receives content from some of the world’s top photojournalists. Judging for the
competition, some of which is open to the public, occurs at the Seminar. If you would
like to enter your work in this year’s competition, click on the link below to learn how.
Our new hoodie design is due to hit the press this week. Every few years we take a bus full of 2nd year students to the New York PDN Photo Plus Expo
and to mark the event we print up nice hooded sweatshirts to protect ourselves from the autumn winds. Because several students are also traveling to China this December, this year’s hoodie comes in two different languages! The Chinese version reads “love china, love photography” on the back in Chinese characters.
A few extra english language hoodies will be available in the RCC bookstore for purchase for those not participating in this year’s travel opportunities.
RCC Photo Instructor John F Rash gives lecture at Photojournalism School, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing China.
March 4-6, 2009, John F Rash visited the school of photography and photojournalism at Nanjing Normal University. Rash met with the students and faculty through various organized exchanges. On the afternoon of March 5, Rash met with the entire Photography and Journalism faculty including head of the program and well-known Chinese photographer Dr. Pei Lin Li.
Thursday March 5, Rash presented an evening lecture, which was open to the entire student population of Nanjing Normal. Rash discussed areas of change in professional photography and journalism from the perspective of working American photographers, and also gave a presentation of his own work. Students were allowed to ask questions, working through a student interpreter who was chosen by the school due to her high level of English fluency. Rash spoke again with Junior and Senior photojournalism students the morning of March 6, presenting Adobe’s Lightroom software in it’s new Chinese language version.
During this visit to Nanjing, Rash met with the students and faculty to discuss future exchange opportunities between his students at Randolph Community College and those studying photography in Nanjing. Rash will travel back to Nanjing this May, on a photo exploration trip, accompanied by nine of his current and former students who will work together with students from Nanjing Normal to capture their photographic impressions of China.