CALL TO ARTISTS
Photography Artist Residency: Scotland
At MERZ Gallery @merz.gallery in Sanquhar, Scotland. During the residency, artists will make a work to be exhibited at MERZ Gallery as part of “Mythical Landscape: Secrets of the Vale,” an exhibition by an international group of artists, all of whom traveled to Sanquhar to investigate a sense of place and make artwork that speaks to the rich history and folklore of the region.
For the application and additional information click here or on the image above.
The Revolution will be televised (YouTube!)
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Our talk is FREE!
Plagues, Monuments & Going Big with EveNSteve
Saturday, July 25th, 2020. 2PM-EST/11AM-PST
When they were called to quarantine, artists EveNSteve made a six-panel artwork that combines in-camera collage with handwritten texts to explore the idea of plagues in history. As lockdown continued, they began to display art across the street from their home in a roadside hayfield. Kolaj LIVE Online presents a virtual tour of their outdoor art gallery and artist talk about their recent work. The event is also the book launch of A Wonderful Plague. Registered attendees will be sent a link to a 22-minute film about A Wonderful Plague.
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ABOUT KOLAJ LIVE ONLINE
Kolaj LIVE Online is a series of virtual programs in the form of forums, panels, workshops, artist talks, studio visits, and other activities that allow people to come together, learn and talk about collage, and connect in real time to the collage community. Visit the series website at: http://www.kolajinstitute.org/kolaj-live-online/
Very excited to announce that Eastman Kodak has been sharing my artworks on their social media feed on Instagram. The most recent portfolio just posted last night– check it out and please follow me on Instagram for the latest news.
Viva la Revolution- Steve
Very excited to announce an in-depth interview I did with Eastman Kodak for the Kodakery on my works, curating shows and just about everything FILM.
Viva la Revolution- Steve
Check it out! We are very excited about this: evensteve.com is live!
After working side by side for 23 years our new site showcases our new COLLABORATIVE works! Please join us / follow us on our site and stay tuned for lots of energy starting NOW!
After 180 years it has been decided that the medium of photography should be discontinued in favor of a return to painting, charcoal drawing and water ballet. Blah, blah, blah… April Fools!
This is how it is supposed to go, right? Unbelievable claim, some elaboration that pokes fun but sounds vaguely plausible, maybe, followed by the big reveal- psych! But the April Fools Day joke posted this morning on The Phoblographer is in my opinion another matter entirely. Not only have they posted an entire “April Fools” article, devoid of any winking humor, describing the end of Portra 800- but they have an affiliate link, that works, to buy the film on Amazon “while supplies last.”
This is, at best, misleading and in poor taste and, at worst, it is disingenuous clickbait. The disclaimer that it is an “April Fools day joke” is at the very end and buried under an ad- most people will miss it:
How is this funny? It’s worth noting that I don’t read The Phoblographer, but found out about the post when it was shared on Facebook by a concerned photographer, who like so many will read the first few sentences and share. Remember: this post and its untrue title will be indexed by search engines, spreading this “fake photo news” indefinitely. This kind of information, even when intended as a “joke,” does not go away, ever. In 6 months when someone comes across that article… are they going to be thinking “ah- April Fools!”? No. And that kind of pointless misinformation hurts our industry. For folks who post this kind of garbage- irresponsible is the only word I can come up with.
That’s right! I am happy to announce that I am being featured in an upcoming documentary of photographers who work with motion picture film for still photography. The amazing Brendan Leahy of Studio Skylight has visited my studio for location filming at the Wilson Castle in Vermont, MassMoca and The Artist Book Foundation (more on that in just a bit) and on Cape Cod. We are planning additional shooting in Mexico and NYC in the very near future. The full length documentary- featuring ten artists from across the United States, but most importantly ME- will be out in early summer and will be featured at an exhibition I am curating on the topic of motion picture film photographers at the Wilson Museum at the Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester, Vermont.
For now please enjoy these two teaser clips… sound on for best experience…
And follow me on instagram @stephenschaub where I am posting a lot of new content and daily studio updates.
Viva la Revolution- Stephen
Apparently I have arrived (the Revolution)… early as always by several years… Figital as in Figital Revolution has become a thing! I have no vested interest in this but a pin or two would be nice…
Viva la Revolution- Steve
Ok so I’ve stepped into the 21st century and now have an active instagram account…
You will notice there is a window/feed for Instagram on the right side of the home page. If you want to stay up to date will all aspects of my work, travel and testing that may someday make it here as a full article, follow me there!
Please share this to all film/ hybrid photographers you know…
Viva la Revolution-