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THE FENCE - Coming to Santa Fe on July 9, 2016

ASMP New Mexico and United Photo Industries is pleased to announce the national photography exhibit called THE FENCE, and associated regional exhibit, THE FENCE NEW MEXICO will begin on July 9, 2016 at the Santa Fe Railyard Art Park. THE FENCE 2016 is an annual outdoor photography exhibition series with an annual audience of more than 3 million visitors. In 2016, Santa Fe is joining the roster of exhibition locations, Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City, as well as Boston, Atlanta, Houston.

May 12: The Business of Video

Join us on May 12th for a presentation on the business of creating video by Gail Mooney at Santa Fe University of Art and Design.

The 505: Stefan Wachs

Get to know Stefan Wachs - awarded top honors at our student and emerging photography portfolio review this year. The name says it all: 5 questions, 5 images: The 505 is an interview format highlighting ASMP photographers, both emerging and established.


ASMP Partners with Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP)

Partnership initiatives will include law clinics and webinars for members. Read Tom Kennedy's message.


ASMP Membership Drive - Last Days:
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Copyright Reform: Small Claims White Paper Released

ASMP is one of the seven visual arts associations that have released proposal to Congress for Copyright Small Claims legislation.

Best of 2015 honoree - Mariah Karson

"I saw an American Legion post in almost every small town, and became curious about these veterans. I found a desire to give a face to the brave men and women who served our country and are now serving their communities."

Best of 2015 honoree - Peter Dusek

"My goal with Tranquility is to show people that sometimes we need to step back from our modern, cluttered world and our constant bombardment by sights and sounds."