Teaching Photography offers sponsors and advertisers a unique online opportunity to reach teachers of photography and related subjects ― photo history, criticism, and theory; media studies; visual culture; etc. ― on the post-secondary level (BFA, MFA, AA, certificate programs, etc.).
Teaching Photography also serves as part of Photo Education Online (PEO), a consortium of interrelated websites published by A. D. Coleman, all committed to serving the needs of the photo-education community and the broader market of the international audience for photography. The other components of this consortium include:
- the New Eyes Project, a comparable resource for those who teach photography at the K-12 levels;
- the Photography Criticism CyberArchive, a subscription-based repository of historic and contemporary texts on photography; and
- Photocritic International, Coleman’s widely read and controversial blog on photography and new digital technologies.
All four sites are edited by Coleman and published online under the supervision of webmaster John R. Alley.
We accept sponsorship and advertising for all four of these sites, individually and in any combination thereof. For rates and other details, contact A. D. Coleman: adc (at) photocritic (dot) com.
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