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Sendero Studio Grand Opening tomorrow w/ Dennis Darling

Join us tomorrow for the re-opening of Sendero Studio! Not only will Eli Reed be there to show us around his studio’s new space, but there will also be an exhibition of work by Dennis Darling. This should be a great time and we hope to see you there! Friday, November 30,  5pm-8pm   500 … Continue reading


Tonight: Lighting Workshop At Sendero Studio With Rolando Gomez

Don’t pass up the chance to attend a FREE hands-on workshop led by a seasoned freelancer tonight!  Our faculty advisor, Professor Eli Reed, will be hosting freelancer, author of several photographic lighting books, and decorated combat and military photographer Rolando Gomez to lead a lighting workshop at Sendero Studio (500 San Marcos Street #109) this evening. … Continue reading


TONIGHT: Come to a gallery opening with us!

Please join us for a trip to a local photography gallery this evening! Info : http://www.exposurefineartgallery.com/austin-art-gallery-debut-party.php This is a great opportunity to meet some ATX area artists/photographers, get to know the UT NPPA chapter, and have some free food and drink! We’ll be meeting at Cafe Medici (on Guadalupe Street) on the first floor at 7PM. … Continue reading

National Geographic Photographer Speaking Tonight at The Long Center!

ANNIE GRIFFITHS – A CAMERA, TWO KIDS & A CAMEL National Geographic photographer Annie Griffiths with be speaking in Austin tonight !! There are discounted student rates tickets! Hope to see you there! http://www.thelongcenter.org/1213/annie_griffiths.aspx

UT NPPA Revamped for 2012-2013

Greetings student freelancers, visual storytellers, and budding photojournalists, The University of Texas chapter of the NPPA is excited to announce that we’ve re-opened the chapter here at UT.  Our current members are already a mix of grad students, undergrads, and members of several campus publications.  Our goal is to continue this diversity as we gather … Continue reading

… for the annual UT NPPA spring photojournalism show. Please come to CMA 3.124 at 8 p.m. this Wednesday, April 13, to get and give critique on photos for submission to the show. The meeting is not mandatory (like once stated), but your attendance is highly encouraged. Attendance will not affect you chance of getting … Continue reading

flash bus tour ’11

This is a chance to spend the day studying light as you watch over the shoulders of two experienced professionals. Their paths may be different, but the end goal is the same — to create interesting light that is appropriate to the subject and to do it in an intuitive way. It’s only $100 and … Continue reading

chien-chi chang workshop

On March 12-13, and if there is enough demand, March 14-15, you have the chance to spend a weekend with Magnum photographer Chien-Chi Chang. He will be giving an advanced documentary storytelling workshop. Chien-Chi Chang has won many awards from many organizations, including: CPOY, POY, NPPA, World Press Photo, W. Eugene Smith Award Grant on … Continue reading

here’s to a new semester

Well, I would say that our first meeting of the semester went pretty well. Everyone seemed enthusiastic about coming up with projects and workshops in which we can learn and become a tighter knit group this semester. We also voted in two new co-presidents and a new secretary. Trent Lesikar, a senior photojournalism major, and … Continue reading

Hinterland: the 2010 fall show

In German, hinterland literally means the land behind [the city]. Hinterland is our 2010 fall show featuring 35 images from our members that has been juried by Senior Curator of the the Harry Ransom Center, Roy Flukinger. Upon viewing, you will notice most of the photos share something in common: distance from the subject, hence … Continue reading

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