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THE AMERICAN SOUTH Aint-Bad Magazine is currently seeking photographic works and writings that strongly define the following : The American South. The American South is both a reality and a fiction, a conceptual and a cultural entity. As such, it has been famously challenged and perpetuated through photography in the form of singular iconic images in the work of photographers like William Eggleston and in the form of the photo-essay, bridging journalism and fine art as in the work of Walker Evans and James Agee. Issue No. 8 of Aint-Bad, a magazine founded in Savannah, Georgia, seeks photographs and essays or photo-essays which engage in contemporary conceptions of The American South and how it is defined and being re-defined; how it effects the rest of the U.S.; the socio-cultural impact of the region as a new reality and a new fiction. We are accepting works made in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia. A select number of artists chosen for this issue …

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SPE 2014 BALTIMORE

Aint-Bad Magazine will be participating in this year’s 51st SPE National Conference, which will be held in Baltimore, Maryland at the Hilton Hotel. Come check out our booth at the Exhibits Hall, scheduled this upcoming weekend, Thursday, March 6th thru Sunday, March 9th, 2014. The Society for Photographic Education (SPE) is a nonprofit membership organization that provides and fosters an understanding of photography as a means of diverse creative expression, cultural insight, and experimental practice. Through its interdisciplinary programs, services, and publications, the society seeks to promote a broader understanding of the medium in all its forms through teaching and learning, scholarship, and criticism. See below for more information. 2014 SPE National Conference Collaborative Exchanges: Photography in Dialogue In an age of interconnectedness, photographers are no longer solitary practitioners peering at the world through the singular eye of the viewfinder. Rather, photography is positioned at the heart of the contemporary art discourse, establishing relationships with a broad array of ideas and media. Photographers are reaching outside of themselves more than at any point in history, …