Call For Entry | Singular/Signature

Due: October 26, 2016 Midnight MT USA

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Theme | Singular/Signature
Singular/Signature: A single image has the power to tell stories, impact the viewer, and change the way we see. Often, a signature image comes to define an artist/photographer or a body of work. Show us your most impactful images.
All subject matter, photographic genres, capture types, and photo-based processes are eligible to submit.

Juror | Alyssa Coppelman
Alyssa Coppelman is an independent photo editor with 15 years of experience, primarily as Assistant Art Director of Harper’s Magazine. She continues to work as an art researcher with Harper’s as well as with the Oxford American magazine, which won the National Magazine Award for General Excellence in 2016. She has written for WIRED Photo, Vantage, Slate’s Behold blog, Adobe Create, and Feature Shoot., Working directly with photographers, Alyssa has edited, designed, and consulted on self-published photobooks, zines, and portfolios.

Entries Due | 10/26/2016
Notice Of Acceptance | 11/11/2016
Exhibition Dates | March 3 – April 1, 2017
Public + Artists’ Reception | March 17, 2017

Juror’s Awards| $400.00
Director’s Award | $200.00
Honorable Mention Awards: 1 year membership and a three image submission for an upcoming call for entry.

Artists’ selected for the exhibition will receive the following:
Press releases sent to artists’ choice of media outlets
Professional installation images
Invitation to complimentary portfolio reviews with both the juror and the executive director, lunch and portfolio sharing
Promotion on The Center’s large social media platform
In-gallery and online exhibition with links to artists’ websites

For More Information about the Singular/Signature Call For Entries, click here


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