Source Graduate Photography Online 2010: USA

Promote your BFA and MFA graduate work via the Source magazine website.

We provide:

  • Web traffic: its easy to put up your own web site, but its difficult to attract the right audience. The Source web site has an established readership that includes curators, picture editors, and those active in contemporary photography.

  • A showcase of your work (5 images and a brief text introduction), your contact details and a link to your own website. The work is arranged by course group and remains on the Source site permanently as the class of 2010 from your University. This makes it accessible long after the week of your graduate exhibition.

  • A listing with details of your Graduate exhibition venue, dates and times.

  • Value for money at $20 per student.

  • Selectors’ Introduction. To introduce all the work we have invited a Curator and a Visuals Editor to make a selection of material from all the submissions. This selection will we be posted online.

    The selectors for 2010 are: Charlotte Cotton (currently Creative Director for the new National Media Museum, previously worked at Art and Commerce, New York and the Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art) and Elisabeth Biondi (Visuals Editor at The New Yorker).

  • A full page ad in Source Magazine listing all participating courses.

    Go to this link for guidelines on submission process: