Los Angeles, CA—The Lucie Foundation, a nonprofit charitable foundation, named Alice Dison as its new program director. Working from the Lucie Foundation’s West Coast office and the House of Lucie gallery space at the ROW DTLA, in Los Angeles, Dison will oversee multiple programs.
Program Director Responsibilities
These programs include the Lucie Photo Book Prize as well as the Lucie Technical Awards. Both programs are scheduled for the fall of 2019 in New York City. Dison will also contribute to the production of the Lucie Awards, which will celebrate its 17th year this fall.
In addition, Dison will work to activate the LA based gallery through exhibitions, lectures and workshops on an ongoing basis. Moreover, this work will continue to support the master photographers the Lucie Foundation has honored over the years, as well as the introduction of new and emerging talent.
“The support that the Lucie Foundation has offered the photographic community throughout the years is unparalleled. I look forward to continuing these traditions while forming new relationships and programs aimed at enriching the art world,” Dison commented.
Prior to the Lucie Foundation, Dison most recently worked for art fair organizations. They include Art Los Angeles Contemporary and Paris Photo Los Angeles. Furthermore, she is a graduate of ICP’s photojournalism program.
The Lucie Foundation’s mission is to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent, as well as promote the appreciation of photography worldwide.
In addition to Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA), the foundation presents year-round programming. It supports emerging and professional photographers through the Lucie Scholarship. In addition, it honors master photographers through the Lucie Awards. The Lucie Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable foundation.