Most people know that the NY times has a whole section of their online paper reserved for photography and documentary work, but did you know the BBC does too? It's called News in Pictures. (click to open and view full video and article)
Hi guys! It's a new school year, and since there's a few face to face classes, but a lot (including myself) are still online, it's rather confusing trying to figure out what services are online and what's face to face. So my first post is just what I have been sent about our student resources... Continue Reading →
April 26-30th is Black Student Success Week at ARC. There's a webinar series you can sign up for called The Black Hour, 12-1pm and is open to everyone. You can also find some great resources by using #TheBlackHour or #BlackStudentSuccess on instagram and twitter.
On Thursday, March 11 at 5 PM (PST), the Crocker Art Museum will conclude its “Equity in Museums” discussion series via Zoom. This time they’re focusing the conversation on spotlighting local BIPOC artists. The realities of racial and social inequity within museums and cultural institutions have long been discussed in the field. The Crocker has made a commitment to examine... Continue Reading →
Oh man, I can't believe how many photo places are going belly up. First I hear that Fuji is shutting down production of one type of color film, and in the same week I hear Costco is closing down all their photo labs in the stores. We are writing to inform you about the upcoming... Continue Reading →
This year, the American River College Student Art Show will be completely online, to accommodate social distancing under the recent California quarantine order. We look forward to seeing what you have been creating and hope that you will consider submitting to this free student contest. Any questions about this contest can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.... Continue Reading →