Partnerships at Medium
We work with a range of organizations who support creative photography. Discover how your organization can work with us for the 2019-2020 fiscal year, and learn how Medium offers brand visibility through online, social, and direct impressions at the Medium Festival of Photography in San Diego.
We’re proud to work with organizations who enrich your connection to photography.
Photographic Arts Council Los Angeles
The Photographic Arts Council Los Angeles is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering appreciation and awareness of the photographic arts through a robust calendar of event and grant giving programs. Entirely run by volunteers, PAC•LA is the largest non-profit organization of its kind in the U.S. devoted to fine art photography.
Joseph Bellows Gallery
Joseph Bellows Gallery was established in 1998. The gallery maintains a significant inventory of vintage and contemporary photographs, with a special interest in American work from the 1970s. Their program features rotating solo and group exhibitions of both historic work and contemporary practice. Joseph Bellows is a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), and served on the Board of Directors from 2005 until 2012.
The gallery is pleased to offer search and consultation services for beginning and established collectors, as well as to provide appraisal services.
photograph magazine is dedicated to photo-based art, offering thoughtful coverage of exhibitions, ideas, people, books, events, and resources.
Founded in 1988, photograph is highly respected by photo curators, dealers, collectors, critics, educators and photography aficionados. Contributors include such respected art critics and writers as Vince Aletti, Lyle Rexer, Sarah Boxer, Philip Gefter and Elisabeth Biondi, and a stable of smart, informed reviewers across the country.
the photograph magazine website is a vital source for the latest information and news from the field.
Wonderspaces partners with artists to deliver artwork to new audiences in San Diego and throughout the country. Located at the B Street pier along San Diego Bay, Wonderspaces donates proceeds to Medium Photo from concession sales made between July 28 - August 6.
The 2019 edition of Wonderspaces is “in common” on view until September 1, 2019. Thirteen pieces of installation art focus on common questions we all have, highlighting our connectivity, pushing us to better understand those around us and be better understood.
Join us in San Diego!
We’re a small team of passionate photography professionals who want to make your brand shine. Download our partnership packet and discover a constellation of possibilities available at Medium.