South x Southeast would not exist without the continued support of our sponsors. Please visit their sites, and remember them when you’re in need of a photography fix.
The Southeast Museum of Photography is a department of Daytona State College, providing exhibitions, workshops, lectures, film screenings, and other educational engagements on campus and throughout Central Florida. In its 40-year history the museum has developed a collection of over 5,000 photographs and objects relating to photography that support a teaching and learning mission. The museum, located on the campus of Daytona State College, is open year-round and all offerings are free and open to the public.
For more information on this or any of the museum’s offerings
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University Press of Mississippi
The University Press of Mississippi (UPM) was founded in 1970 and represents Mississippi’s eight state universities. UPM publishes books that interpret the South and its culture to the nation and the world, scholarly books of the highest distinction, and books vital to readers in African American studies, Caribbean studies, comics studies, film and media studies, folklore, history, literary studies, music, and popular culture.
Striving to Exceed Expectations
We work side by side with each client to assure the quality and accuracy of all projects. Our success hinges on your success as an artist, so all of our industry knowledge, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for art is at your disposal 24/7.
Collectively, our staff has spent over seventy-five years in fine art, photography, sales, picture framing, manufacturing and marketing venues. We are dedicated to being a proactive resource in assisting you in your sales and marketing efforts.
We created and manage FineArtMarketplace.com, an e-commerce web site created for clients to use as their “sales portal”, providing complete fulfillment services for print orders, payment processing and direct shipping. We believe that artists should spend their time creating art, and not having to deal with the mundane tasks of processing print orders.
This is only one of the many ways we support our customers efforts in becoming successful artists. We also sponsor a large number of local and national art and photography organizations. We are proud to be a sponsor of Atlanta Celebrates Photography, a city wide photographic cornucopia of gallery exhibitions, talks, portfolio reviews and pop up shows.
We are NOT a franchised copy shop, big-box office supply or a multi-process printing company requiring high volume orders from its customers; Order a single 8×10 or 100 assorted sizes as you need.
We cater to visual artists and photographers of all skill levels equally. Please don’t be “put-off” if you’re not PhotoShop or computer savvy! If you don’t know how to size, prep or send files, call during business hours and we’ll walk you through the steps.
If you’re local, we’re open 6 days each week and appointments are seldom necessary. We’re always available to show you samples and answer your questions.
Our price list contains very specific details of our media choices, file submission specifications and other useful tips. On our Price Listpage, we have calculators for non-standard print sizes and alternate image sizes. Orders may also be submitted online 24/7. click on the white “ORDER NOW” button at the top of this page to be redirected to our online store.
Founded by Josephine Sacabo and Dalt Wonk, Luna Press is dedicated to the publishing of illustrated books — based on Baudelaire’s idea that there are “correspondences” between the arts and that the best and most natural appreciation of a work of art may be a response to it in another. Luna Press’s goal is to emphasize the correspondence between words and images, thereby creating beautiful books.
ArtFields turns what was once one of South Carolina’s most prosperous agricultural communities into a living art gallery that shows some of the best art of the Southeastern United States. The event was started in 2013 with the goal of honoring Southeastern artists and recognizing the enormous talent the region has to offer. Some 400 artworks, from paintings and sculptures to installations and new media works, are displayed in local venues. You can find art in renovated warehouses, barber shops, restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, and more! ArtFields is a celebration of art and community, awarding over $145,000 to artists each year and revitalizing a small town through the power of art.