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ZEKE: THE WOMEN'S ISSUE
Advertising and Sponsorship Information

Show your support for women photographers!

Publication date: April 2018

ZEKE magazine is proud to celebrate women photographers with the Spring 2018 Women's Issue featuring only women photographers and writers and guest-edited by J. Sybylla Smith. Women photographers have been at the forefront of the medium since 1839 when photography debuted on the global stage but have often faced unique challenges due to discrimination and sexism in a craft and profession dominated by men.

Jurors for the Call for Entries for this issue include Daniella Zalcman, founder of Women Photograph; Deborah Willis, Chair of the Department of Photography & Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU; Amy Yenkin, former director of the Documentary Photography Project at the Open Society Foundations; Amy Pereira, former director of photography at MSNBC, and others.

Advertising rates:

  • Premium full-page ad location: $1,100

  • Interior full-page ad: $800

  • Half page ad: $500

  • Quarter page ad: $300

All print ads in ZEKE magazine now include at no additional cost:

  • Ad in ZEKE digital edition

  • Ad in SDN monthly email Spotlight

  • Ad on SDN website home page

  • Tweets from SDN Twitter feed

  • Logo on SDN website sponsor pages


More information:

Who should advertise in ZEKE

  • Any business or organization interested in showing support for women photographers

  • Media and entertainment industry

  • Museums and galleries

  • Manufacturers and retailers of photography equipment

  • Educational institutions

  • Photographers

  • Services for photographers

  • Photography publications

  • Nonprofit organizations

  • If you have a product or service that is of value to this community

Ad deadline for Spring 2018 Women's Issue

 

Space reservations due February 28, 2018


For questions about advertising on sponsorshipo in ZEKE or if you are ready to place an order, email Glenn Ruga at glenn@socialdocumentary.net or call 617-417-5981.