APAG members at the seminar at ICP.
APAG is an organization for people handling private photo collections. It is also for working photographers who have been in the industry and have made a living as a fine art or editorial photographer and are working on their own archives, and for other photo-related professionals in the archive field.
Benefits of APAG Membership:
- Meetings 3 times a year at the International Center of Photography (ICP). Notes from meetings sent out to all members.
- APAG Google group: enables you to have discussions with other members.
- Articles posted on Facebook page with up-to-date info about the photo industry.
- Facebook page posts members latest books, exhibits, websites, or other projects.
- Updates to APAG’s Events and News pages, to feature upcoming exhibits, publications, and other items of interest.
- Photo gallery, along with bio and contact info, on our galleries page.
Membership: (APAG West members pay one fee for both National and affiliate membership)
Student member: $50
Affiliate member: $75 (outside NYC tri-state area/seniors)
General member: $100 (in NYC tri-state area)
Platinum patron: $300 (general membership and a 1-hour consultation)
Silver benefactor: $1000 (all meetings, panels, seminars, and a 2-hour consultation)
APAG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a fully tax deductible organization.
2018/2019 Memberships run from May 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019.
(As with some non-profits, we are not able to have a rolling membership)
Please make checks payable for all contributions and membership fees to: APAG
Send to Mary Engel – APAG
41 Union Square West, #620
NY, NY 10003
When joining please email us to let us know what category you should be listed under:
Archive, Archivist, Photographer, Foundation, or other related field.
Or join VIA PAYPAL, scroll down for each category.
|Sheri Lynn Behr|
|Amy Di Pasquale|
|Jeffrey Jay Foxx|
|Chester Higgins Jr.|
|Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin|
|Peter B. Kaplan|
|David Hume Kennerly|
|Peter Angelo Simon|
|Susan May Tell|
|Maya Benton (ICP Consulting Curator)|
|Randa Cardwell (kennerly.com)|
|Alla Efimova (the Kunstworks)|
|Loni Efron (ilon.com)|
|Rose Familant (familyalbums.us)|
|Christopher George (ICP)|
|Griffin Museum of Photography|
|Randy Gue (rose.library.emory.edu)|
|Vanessa Hallett (Phillips)|
|Charlie Holland (www.sethjoel.com)|
|Vicki Gold Levi|
|Lisa McCarty (Duke University)|
|Pellom McDaniels lll (Emory University)|
|Ariel Meyerowitz (arielmeyerowitz)|
|Daniel Miller (www.duncanmillergallery.com)|
|Temple Richardson (Magnum Foundation)|
|Bruce Silverstein (Bruce Silverstein Gallery)|
|Andrew Smith (Andrew Smith Gallery)|
|Julia Van Haaften|
|Liesel Vink (Archivist)|
|Maya Swann Vitale (mayaswannvitale)|
|Katherine Wells (www.wellsdigital.com)|
|Brian Young (www.phototechnica.net)|
|Howard Greenberg Gallery|
|International Center of Photography (ICP)|
|Photo District News|
|Liz Levitt Hirsch|
|Aaron Siskind Foundation|
|Westchester Community Foundation-Edward Handelman Fund|
|Andrew and Marina Lewin Family Foundation|
|Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation|
|The Bern Schwartz Family Foundation|
|Andrew Smith Gallery|
To locate any of the names listed above, please contact email@example.com.