The Eddie Adams Workshop strives to be a resource of opportunity for newcomers to the photojournalism industry, and we are committed to creating an inclusive and safe environment for all participants. We are deeply troubled by the allegations outlined in the Columbia Journalism Review article, and we have taken steps to address these issues. Last year we implemented our Code of Conduct which includes a zero-tolerance policy against discrimination and harassment. All Workshop participants are required to sign the document, and any violation of the policy will result in immediate, permanent removal from the Workshop. In addition, we are working with outside counsel to develop specific procedures for addressing allegations of misconduct, as well as mandatory sexual harassment training at the commencement of the Workshop. We expect to announce more details about the training and protocols soon.
The Eddie Adams Workshop is an intense four-day gathering of top photography professionals, along with 100 carefully selected students. The workshop is tuition-free, and the students are chosen based on the merit of their portfolios. Nikon has been the workshop's major sponsor since its inception.
Join the Black Team
The Black Team is the volunteer crew that works tirelessly behind the scenes to make each year's workshop the best it can be. If you are interested in helping, please apply here.
30 of 30 website. To celebrate the workshop's 30th anniversary, a special website highlights the work and wisdom of 30 accomplished alumni. This project was created with generous support from Nikon.
The student presentations from the 30th workshop, featuring the works of each team, are online and can be viewed here. Please check them out.
"The Pulitzer Prize Photographers" event on May 10, 2016 was a smashing success. Podcasts, videos and photos can all be seen here.
Eddie Adams honored in his hometown of New Kensington, PA with historical plaque. Full story here, on Tribune-Review website.
2018 KEY DATES
October 5–8: The Eddie Adams Workshop
OUR Code of coNduct
The Eddie Adams Workshop believes in providing a safe and secure atmosphere for each year’s students. Read our code of conduct here.
INsights from EAW LEADERS
Now appearing on PhotoWings, video interviews with Eddie Adams faculty and staff. Click here to go to site.