Apply, $ | February Opportunities

February Opportunities

Call for Entry:

  • On the Street Where You Live | Due: February 9, 2015
    PhotoPlace Gallery
    Juror: James P. Blair
  • LandscapesDue: February 11, 2015 
    The Center for Fine Art Photography
    Juror: Chantel Paul
  •  Photography Now 2015Due: February 15, 2015
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock
    Juror: David Bram
  • FotoFest 2016 | Due: February 17, 2015
    Theme: Changing Circumstances: Looking at the Future of the Planet
  • 2015 DART Student Art Contest | Due: February 27, 2015
    Theme: Explore Your World with DART
  • LensCulture Portrait Awards 2015 | Due: February 23, 2015
    LensCulture
    Juror: International Jury
  • 2015 Woodstock A-I-R Program | Due: February 28, 2015
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock

Internship:

  • Internship | Penland School of Crafts | Due February 1, 2015

Scholarship:

  • Scholarships & Studio Assistantship | Penland School of Crafts | Due: February 17, 2015
  • Beinecke Scholarship | Due: February 20, 2015
  • SPESC Student Scholarship | Due: February 20, 2015
    2015 SPE National Conference Student Scholarship from South Central Region

 

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Call for Entry | On the Street Where You Live

PhotoPlace Gallery

Due: February 9, 2015
On the Street Where You Live | PhotoPlace Gallery
Juror: James P. Blair

From front stoops to back alleys, subways to suburbia, Main Street to Wall Street, the streets we call home shape us.

Show us what’s going on where you live, work, or play. Street scenes, portraits, landscapes — we want to see what makes your neighborhood what it is.

We are very pleased that James Blair will be juror for this exhibition. Jim will choose 40 photographs for exhibition in the gallery, and an additional 35 for the gallery’s Online Annex. All 75 photographs will be reproduced in an exhibition catalog.

Submit 5 images for $30; $7 each additional.

APPLY HERE

About the Juror: 
Jim Blair was a staff photographer at National Geographic for 32 years. Between 1962 and 1994, the magazine published 46 of his bylines and over 2,000 of his photographs. His work took him throughout much of the world, and to countless neighborhoods.

Jim studied with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind at the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Today his photographs are represented in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery , the Museum of Modern Art, the Portland (Maine) Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum of Art . Since retiring from the National Geographic Society in 1994, Jim has continued to photograph, teach, and lecture. He is represented by both Getty Images, and the National Geographic Society’s Image Collection.

Details on Submitting Your Work:
To help artists defray costs and to encourage submissions from distant photographers, PhotoPlace Gallery offers to mat and frame work selected for exhibition free of charge, providing artists print their images to our pre-cut mat and frame sizes. Custom mat sizes and printing services are also available at moderate additional cost.

All selected work will be included in an exhibition catalog, available for purchase.

Further details about submissions here.