Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Gen NEXT Contest, Deadline March 6th, Chance to win a sponsorship AND gear worth $24,000

Photo by Dustin Snipes

The contest is open for submission until March 6th, 2017 (until midnight, Central European Time zone, CET)!

Follow this link to register.
If you already have an account please login in here.

If you are a young and talented photographer under 30 years of age seeking to push your career to the next level, enter our Gen NEXT contest and stand the chance to win a broncolor sponsorship. This includes broncolor gear worth $24,000.
  • Selected winners are awarded a two-year sponsorship with $24,000 of broncolor products and promoted internationally through broncolor's brand channels/partners
  • Submitted contest images do not have to be shot with broncolor equipment
Make sure to read the Terms & Conditions and subscribe to our social media channels - FacebookTwitterInstagramYoutube - for the latest updates on the contest.

After registering to the Contest you will receive an E-Mail with your Gen NEXT account information. Please log yourself in to upload three examples of your work.

If you have any questions about the contest, please contact us at: gennext2017@bron.ch

“Monochrome” contest

Submit your photos for free
Deadline: Thursday March 9, 2017
Monochrome photography has always been one of the most beloved genders of photography. It has never been considered as old fashioned. It is a different angle of viewing and presenting images and for some photographers this was their main motive to start taking photographs. The existence of only one color functions as an incentive that unlocks feelings and leads viewers to new paths of realization. All Monochrome photographs taken with film of digital camera by both amateur and professional photographers can take part in the “Monochrome” contest.
Choices Announced: Saturday March 11, 2017
Exhibition: Friday March 31 – Thursday April 13, 2017contest guidelines

Monday, February 27, 2017

"Possibilities In Experimental Digital Printmaking" Exhibition, March 9-14

Join us for the opening reception of "Possibilities In Experimental Digital Printmaking" on Thursday, March 9 or the closing reception on Tuesday, March 14, both from 6-9 pm, Oglethorpe Gallery, 406 East Oglethorpe Avenue. Gallery hours are Friday-Sunday, 1-5 pm.

Students and faculty participating in the exhibition include:

Craig Stevens
Chandler Jernigan
Claire Tullius
Courtney Ray
Ellen Spivey
Elyssa Lange
Jack Geshel
Keri Cronan
Kyle Sevener
Meredith Russell
Pamela Moynihan
Ymke Franssen

Lecture by Photographer, Judy Linn, Telfair Museum, Tuesday, Feb. 28

Tuesday, Feb. 28
Jepson Center, 207 West York Street, Savannah, GA
6:00 pm
Members Free/Nonmembers $5.00

Telfair Museum presents a lecture by renowned American photographer Judy Linn, best known for her collaborations with legendary musician and writer Patti Smith. Linn has produced an extensive body of work since graduating from the Pratt Institute in 1969, including solo shows at Feature Gallery, New York; The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center; White Columns; and the Fotomuseum. Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions including Who Shot Rock and Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present at the Brooklyn Museum in 2009 and the 1995 Whitney Biennial. Linn’s photographs are in the collections of the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Getty Collection, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the International Center of Photography, and Telfair Museums. She is the recipient of an Arts and Letters Award in Art from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award in Photography, and an Anonymous Was a Woman grant. A book of Linn’s photographs of Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe, Patti Smith: 1969–1976, was published by Abrams in 2011. One of Linn’s photographs also appears on the cover of Smith’s album Radio Ethiopia.

SCAD Tech Pro Expo, Friday, March 3

The SCAD Tech Pro Expo will be held on Friday, March 3rd from 10am to 6pm Savannah Film Studios (2515 Louisville Road). This year, Abel Cine will be offering a VR workshop using the Nokia OZO at 2pm in SFS Studio B. We will also have a student raffle beginning at 5pm to raffle off some prizes donated from our vendors. Must be present to win. This event is free and open to the public. 

Below is the list of confirmed vendors:

Abel Cine -Platinum Sponsor
Hasselblad Bron
Vitec (Anton Bauer)
Mole Richardson
Blackmagic Design
High Output
Midwest Photo
Gotham Sound
Matthews studio grip

Friday, February 24, 2017

"Chiasma", A Large Format Photography Exhibition

Opening reception, Thursday, March 2, 6-9 pm at Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull Street, Savannah, GA

Students and faculty participating in the exhibition include:

Tom Fischer
Shelby Beatty
Keri Cronan
Will Glaser
Jack Lacey
Matt Lamourt
Roderic O'Connor
Jessica Russell
Penelope Stone
Ira Talanchuk
Julia Wilson
Anna Zlotnicki

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

International Call for Entries | Black & White 2017 Juror Ann M. Jastrab

Who's got a bunch of Tri-x in their refrigerator? There's one week left to submit to the Center for Fine Art Photography's Black and White show! Start processing!

Cortona On The Move seeking Documentary work

Cortona On The Move is at its 7th edition this year. To honour the path we have taken, we want to give new life to our call for submissions. We have partnered with LensCulture to create a free open call that seeks to attract original documentary works from all over the world.
We are looking for work that will amaze us.
New Visions stands for the quest for the ever-changing grammar of photography. As a language, photography is in continuous flux and it needs to adapt to the changes in society and culture in order to keep communicating a strong message and to offer new emotions.
In the new spirit of “on the move”, we will value the originality of style and language with which the works have been conceived and created. Concept and execution go hand in hand, and the output should strive, like a lingua franca, to reach a broad audience.
We are seeking documentary works that are conceived with an honest intention and do not fear experimentation.
more info...

LensCulture Portrait Awards 2017 — Only Two Weeks Left!

The LensCulture Portrait Awards 2017 are entering their final stretch—there are just two weeks left to enter your best portrait work! In these last days, we will be featuring our editors' favorite photographs from those already entered into the awards—enter now to be considered for inclusion in one of our newsletters or on our social media channels!

Our international jury—drawing from London's National Portrait Gallery, Vanity Fair, National Geographic, The New Yorker, Magnum Photos and more—will name six Winners, eight Jurors' Picks, 25 Finalists and five Student Spotlights.

Don't miss your chance, enter today!
Deadline: March 7, 2017


Using chemistry instead of computers to make photographs! What fun!
PHOTO 218 B&W Technique, Professor Jaclyn Cori Norman

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Intimate Portraits, Juror Joyce Tenneson

© Joyce Tenneson

Intimate Portraits

Juror: Joyce Tenneson
Deadline: March 27, 2017
Exhibition prints deadline: April 28, 2017
Gallery exhibition: May 10 – June 3, 2017
“A true portrait can never hide the inner life of its subject. It is interesting that in our culture we hide and cover the body, yet our faces are naked. Through a person’s face we can potentially see everything — the history and depth of that person’s life as well as their connection to an even deeper universal presence.”    — Joyce Tenneson
For this call for submissions, we seek portraits that go beneath the surface to reveal aspects of the subject that usually remain hidden. All capture methods and processes are welcome.
We are honored indeed that Joyce Tenneson will be the juror for Intimate Portraits. She will select 35 images for exhibition in our Middlebury, Vermont gallery and another 40 for our Online Gallery. All 75 images will be reproduced in the exhibition print catalog and recognized on social media.
The Juror’s Award and Director’s Award recipients will each be entitled to a portfolio review with Joyce Tenneson.

Alternative Processes: Handmade call for entry

more information here... 

© Dan Burkholder

As beautiful as a fine inkjet print can be, one thing is missing: the hand of the artist.
For this exhibition we’re asking for hand-made images, made on a traditional silver emulsion or any substrate that has been hand-coated with light-sensitive material. This includes platinum/palladium, cyanotype, Vandyke, salt, Kallitype, photogravure, tintype, Daguerreotype, Polaroid transfer, encaustic … the list goes on.  The “print” can be on paper or any other substrate that brings life to a photographic image. The key is not so much the process, but the involvement of the hand of the artist.
Juror: Dan Burkholder
Deadline: February 27, 2017
Exhibition prints deadline: March 31, 2017
Gallery exhibition: April 12 – May 6, 2017

start on your financial plan

Not sure where to start on your financial plan for the future? Sit down with SCAD financial wellness to find out the essentials, including how much to save, what to pay back first and more.
Session times:
11 a.m. to noon
1–2 p.m.
This event is free and open to SCAD Card holders.
Visit the MySCAD financial wellness page or email financialwellness@scad.edu for more information.
Jen Library, Room 100
Friday, Feb. 24

SCAD financial wellness

Conquer the world of credit with SCAD financial wellness

Attend this workshop to learn the essentials of starting and maintaining good credit, including best practices, common myths and how credit can affect your short- and long-term financial health.
This event, presented by the financial wellness program, is free and open to SCAD Card holders.
For more information, visit the MySCAD financial wellness page or email financialwellness@scad.edu.
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, 5–6 p.m.
Morris Hall, Room 101 

Monday, February 20, 2017

Writer/Photographer Job

Contact information is not available. If interested, research the paper/publisher or create an Indeed account.

Freelance Writer/Photographer
ECM Publishers, Inc. - Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN
The Star News is looking for freelance writers to cover sports and news.
This weekly community newspaper, located in the northwest suburbs of the Twin Cities, is looking for a sports reporter and a news reporter.
The sports reporter will assist with the coverage of high school sports on nights and weekends in Elk River, Rogers, Otsego or Zimmerman. This person will be skilled at interviewing prep athletes and coaches, covering games and writing sports features as well as capturing action photographically.
The news reporter covers governmental meetings and/or write feature stories and take photographs and/or video.
The Star News pays many of their reporters on a freelance basis through independent contracts, and would like to add to its cadre of writers.
Interested applicants submit resume, cover letter and clips to Jim Boyle, Managing Editor. The most qualified candidates will have a journalism background and previous writing experience.
The Star News is part of ECM Publishers, Inc., a subsidiary of Adams Publishing Group, with publications across much of Minnesota and in eight other states.
Job Type: Contract

SCAD's Alternative Spring Break project

Graduate, senior, and junior students interested in building their portfolio should look into an opportunity to work on the following project during spring break.

For the 2017 Alternative Spring Break project, students will be working with the Memorial Hospital in Savannah.

The Memorial University Medical Center is an award-winning 604-bed academic medical center that serves a 35-county area in southeast Georgia and southern South Carolina. It is a regional referral center for heart care, cancer care, trauma care, children's care, high-risk pregnancies, and high-risk newborn care. The hospital includes the region's only Level 1 trauma center, the region's only children's hospital, and the Savannah campus of Mercer University School of Medicine. In 2015, Memorial had 26,280 admissions and 242,338 outpatient visits, performed 21,541 surgeries and delivered 2,870 babies

The ASB project will encompass the following:

1. Due to an increased number of sick or premature born babies, the hospital is looking to add more rooms to its PICU (Prenatal Intensive Care Unit) and NICU(Neonatal Intensive care unit). Since space is fixed they would like SCAD to come up with proposals on how they can cut down their lobby space while upgrading it to a more effective, family friendly and functional space.

2. Coming up with proposals on how to transform the long dreary corridor that connects the

3. Work on photography or art proposals/projects that will be used to brighten the interior spaces of the PICU and NICU.

Professor Christina Gonano ,the immediate past president of the Georgia chapter of IIDA (the International Interior Design
Association), will oversee the entire project as project manager.

Please go to:
for more information and to apply for this project.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Call For Entry

Deadline February 24

Dimitris Skliris announces the first ever photography exhibition at Mark Arts with the help of a great juror, Poly Chandler. Mark Arts is an art center with almost 100-year history, an art school with over 250 students every quarter, a multi gallery exhibition space, and very soon a brand new building.  

Juror Polly Chandler: Polly Chandler grew up in Southern Illinois and graduated with an MFA in photography from Southern Illinois University. She has exhibited her work nationally and her photographs have been published in magazines such as Photo District News, American Photo and B&W Magazine. About her body of work, she says "There are those occurrences that sit with us and settle into who we are. Some are more forceful than others. I am seeking to explore those identifiable instances that seem to slow time, and through my photographs, share the understanding of these moments."

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Tamron Student Purchase Program

If you are interested in purchasing lenses from Tamron and would like to receive an educational rebate, please stop by room 201 in Bergen Hall to pick up the form. The rebate offer is good until March 4, 2017.

Opening Reception for 'Deep: Stories of Savannah'

©William Price Glaser
William Glaser presents 'Deep: Stories of Savannah,' from March 3-31. The opening reception for this exhibition is March 3 from 5-9 p.m. at the Savannah Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 West Henry Street, Savannah, GA

Helen Levitt Photography Contest Deadline

This Friday, February 17th, is the last day for submissions for the 2017 Helen Levitt Photography Contest. We encourage you to send this to anyone you think would like to participate. We have placed the link below.


There will be an event held with the work and prizes announced at Kobo Gallery later in March. Details will be released in the future. It is a great opportunity and a wonderful event. Three photos will be chosen first, second, and third which will be awarded $300, $200, and $100. 

Every year, A-Town Get Down, Inc., encourages the use of photography as artistic expression. The contest begins in the fall and culminates in a gallery showing the week prior to the A-Town Get Down Art and Music Festival, as well as at the Festival itself.

The contest was named for an iconic female photographer, Helen Levitt, whose lens found art in everyday life. We encourage the same of not only Savannah photographers but regional Creative Coast dwellers of all levels and ages who will shoot images consistent with the theme, “Why I Love Where I Live.”

Reception for deFine Art 2017 Student Showcase, Feb. 24, Alexander Hall, 5-7 p.m.

Join us for a reception celebrating "Student Showcase," an annual exhibition of graduate and undergraduate student artwork. Begin or grow your collection with pieces from a wide variety of disciplines including painting, printmaking, photography and ceramics. Meet the artists in their studios and enjoy live music and refreshments. All artwork is available for purchase.

The work of notable SCAD alumna Jane Winfield (M.F.A., painting, 2012) and current SCAD student Bin Feng (M.F.A. photography) will also be featured. This reception is held in conjunction with the reception for "Oversaturated," an exhibition featuring a selection of bold and vibrant artworks by SCAD students, faculty and alumni curated by Ben Tollefson, assistant curator of SCAD exhibitions.

This event is free and open to the public.

This reception is part of deFINE ART 2017, held Feb. 21–24 at SCAD locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, and Hong Kong. DeFINE ART is an annual program of exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events that highlights emerging and established artists and visionaries.

Hank Willis Thomas Lecture, Feb. 22, SCAD MOA Auditorium, 2:00 p.m.

Hank Willis Thomas, "From Cain't See in the Morning til Cain't See at Night," digital C-print, 2011. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

SCAD presents the annual Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Lecture, this year featuring artist Hank Willis Thomas. The artist will discuss his practice, as well as recent projects that engage collaboration, community participation and activism. Thomas will also address his recent site-specific commission for the SCAD Museum of Art, "Blind Memory" and explore the role of the artist in society.

This lecture is supported annually through an endowment from the Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundation and is free and open to the public.

Thomas’ exhibitions "Blind Memory" and "Freedom Isn’t Always Beautiful" are on view at SCAD Museum of Art Tuesday, Feb. 21 through Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, and Tuesday, Feb. 21 through Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017, respectively.

This event is part of deFINE ART 2017, held Feb. 21–24 at SCAD locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, and Hong Kong. DeFINE ART is an annual program of exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events that highlights emerging and established artists and visionaries.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Submit your work to Strength & Beauty: The Women's Show

Coronation ©Lori Vrba

Strength & Beauty : The Women’s Show

Curator’s Statement:

Define women. Define beautiful. Define strength.

Let’s say you decide – not nature, not society, not others, not algorithms.

A question across generations and cultures.

Often asked in a look, a gesture, a headline, a title.

Is it beautiful to show our strength?

Is it dangerous? Is it acceptable? Is it practical? Is it radical?

Our strength is an aspect of our beauty, just as our beauty is an aspect of strength.

Do we find our strength alone? In numbers? In nature? through work? Through family?

Is it physical, metaphorical, spiritual, or ethereal?

How do we nurture it, channel it, use it for good?

Use your voice, your eyes, your beautiful intellect.

Share your beautiful strength. Now is always a good time.

Curator: Molly Roberts

Deadline for Entries: March 3, 2017

Notification of Acceptance Date: March 15, 2017

Exhibition: May 6 – June 30, 2017

South x Southeast Photo Gallery

Molena, Georgia

Artist’s Reception: June 10, 2017

Please visit our Gallery Section for more information about the new South x Southeast photogallery

Curator’s Bio:

Molly Roberts is a photography editor, curator and photographer; she recently joined National Geographic Magazine as a Senior Photography Editor after 15 years as Chief Photography Editor at Smithsonian Magazine. Previously she led the Washington Post Magazine and USA Weekend photography team.

With 25years experience in the magazine publishing world, she is responsible for the content and appearance of many magazines, books, web sites and apps. Roberts is an advocate for powerful visual storytelling and human rights and recently created the non-profit HumanEyes USA to present documentary photography projects in public spaces and to use powerful imagery to help illuminate complex issues facing America. Also committed to developing diverse voices in the media, she is currently the acting director and board member of the DC based, Women Photojournalists of Washington. …read more

About the Exhibition:

South x Southeast Photo Gallery, Molena, Georgia will host an exhibition of curated images May 5 – June 30, 2017. A reception honoring the photographers will be held June 10, 6-9 pm. Ms. Roberts will be present at the Artist’s Reception and will give a juror’s talk. Other photography-related events are being planned for the opening weekend. All work must be available for purchase with the photographer receiving 60% of the purchase price, the gallery retaining 40%.

Selected photographers will receive …

Inclusion in a feature article in South x Southeast photomagazine.

Promotion of the exhibition through SxSE social media sites.

In-gallery and online exhibitions with work available for purchases on both

Selected press announcements

How to Submit:

The Call is open to women photographers world-wide over the age of 18.

All genres and processes of photography are accepted.

All images should be submitted to nancy@sxsemagazine.com.

Subject line of email: Entry – The Women’s Show

Images should not exceed 72 dpi or 1000 on the longest side.

ALL file names must include last name of photographer, first name of photographer, title of work – in that order

Example: mccrarynancy a hot summers day

Include in the body of the email:

Your name

Your contact information

Title(s) of work

And please tell us how you heard about this exhibition. Thank you!

Entry Fees:

$30 for first 3 images

Please click here to pay using your credit, debit or PayPal Account for the first 3 images

$10 per image for additional images

Please click here to pay using your credit, debit or PayPal Account for additional images

Please contact nancy@sxsemagazine.com with any questions.

performance by Madame Gandhi

Join us for a performance by Madame Gandhi

Madame Gandhi, photo courtesy of the artist.

Tuesday February 21st

SCAD Museum of Fine Art, Savannah, 7pm

SCAD presents an evening with percussionist and vocalist Madame Gandhi, the stage name of Los Angeles-based musician, feminist activist and music industry thinker Kiran Gandhi.In this performance, Gandhi speaks about atomic living, owning one's own voice and what "the future is female" means to her, followed by an intimate concert featuring songs she has never before played live.
With the release of her EP, "Voices," in 2016, Gandhi now works with sound designer Alexia Riner to create electronic music that elevates and celebrates the female voice. She is known for seamlessly merging her passions for business, feminism, and music to elevate and celebrate the female voice.
Gandhi earned a degree in mathematics from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from Harvard and has toured professionally, drumming for M.I.A. and Thievery Corporation. She advises music companies Spotify, Stems, Bonnaroo and D’Addario.This event is free and open to the public.
This event is part of deFINE ART 2017, held Feb. 21–24 at SCAD locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, and Hong Kong. DeFINE ART is an annual program of exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events that highlights emerging and established artists and visionaries.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Moab Demo Day

Join us for a Moab paper demo and contest on Tuesday, Feb. 14 from 11 am-3 pm in Bergen Hall, room 404!! Bring one file and get it printed on MOAB paper, maximum image size 16"x20"

Christopher Dowell Exhibition: Banners of Hope

Mark your calendars for the opening reception of Christopher Dowell's "Banners of Hope" on Thursday, February 16, 2017, from 6-8 pm.

The Fence

Submit Now to The Fence 2017

The FENCE is a large-scale traveling photography exhibition reaching over 4 million visitors annually through open-air exhibitions in 7 cities across the United States: Brooklyn, Boston, Atlanta, Houston, Santa Fe, Durham, and Denver.
Photographers submitting to The FENCE 2017 may also be considered for one of our 4 Regional Showcase exhibitions that will highlight work by photographers living in New Mexico, Colorado, North Carolina, and New England respectively.

Since its inception, THE FENCE has consistently attracted exceptional work by talented photographers from around the world, giving us an opportunity to share these powerful photographic narratives with a diverse audience of millions of visitors annually, while providing photographers with a truly public platform and unexpected career opportunities.
Photographers of all levels are invited to submit work for consideration by the jury. The submitted work should fit one or more of our 7 thematic categories: Home, Streets, People, Creatures, Nature, Play, and Food.

THE FENCE was conceived by United Photo Industries and Photo District News in 2011. It was presented for the first time in 2012 in Brooklyn Bridge Park and has since grown and flourished through a series of strategic partnerships with like-minded cultural organizations across the United States.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Professor Emeritus Pete Christman presents "Post Internet Art"

©Pete Christman
Join Professor Emeritus Pete Christman on Thursday, February 16, 2017 from 6-8 p.m. at the Savannah Trade & Convention Center (balcony) for his opening reception of Post Internet Art. Christman will  have more than 500 images exhibited.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Support This Project

'Deep: Stories of Savannah' is William Glaser's first one man show at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center opening on March 3rd.

Please help support this project at Kickstarter

1 DAY LEFT!!!! Enter the PDNedu Student Photo Contest

to enter click here
© Joy Newell

 Enter the PDNedu Student Photo Contest

The 14th annual PDNedu Student Photo Contest will close on January 8. If you’re a student in a high school, undergraduate or graduate program, you’re eligible to enter. Here are a few key reasons to enter:
  1. It’s an easy way to get your work in front of editors, early! Our jury includes members of the photo teams of New YorkOut, TIME and Bloomberg Businessweekand editors of Mossless and Aperture Foundation.
  2. You’ll get feedback on your work. Every single entry—even if you don’t win—will receive feedback this year from the jury members assigned to the category(ies) you enter.
  3. You can win cash, gear and portfolio reviews. One winner will receive $1,500, and 7 will win Nikon DSLR cameras and portfolio reviews.
  4. Print and online exposure for your work. All winners and honorable mentions will be published by PDNedu in print and online. The online gallery is cross-promoted to PDN‘s network of 350,000 followers.
Enter at contest.pdnedu.com, and feel free to drop us a note at info [at] pdncontests [dot] com.


Call For Entry Light Factory

The Light Factory is proud to have an open call for entries for the 9th Annuale, a photography competition juried this year by Rick Wester of Rick Wester Fine Art in NYC. http://www.rickwesterfineart.com/

Entries are accepted through February 24th. To submit a portfolio of work, please visit: https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4083

Monday, February 6, 2017

Trice Megginson exhibition

Reconstructing the Narrative:
Illuminating Savannah’s Civil
Rights History Works by Trice Megginson

Alternative Processes Call for Entries

© Dan Burkholder
Alternative Processes:
The Hand of the Artist
Juror: Dan Burkholder
Deadline: February 27, 2017
Exhibition prints due March 31, 2017
Gallery exhibition April 12 - May 6, 2017

Cash awards for two juror selections!
As beautiful as a fine inkjet print can be, one thing is missing: the hand of the artist.
For this exhibition we're asking for images made from a traditional silver halide print or any substrate that has been hand-coated with light-sensitive material. This includes platinum/palladium, cyanotype, Vandyke, salt, Kallitype, photogravure, tintype... the list goes on. The "print" can be on paper or any other substrate that brings life to a photographic image. You take it from there.
As usual, submission is by JPEG, but work selected to hang in the gallery must be an original handmade print.
We are honored that Dan Burkholder will be the juror for Alternative Processes. He will select 35 images for exhibition in our Middlebury, Vermont gallery and another 40 for our Online Gallery. All 75 images will be reproduced in the exhibition catalog and recognized through social media. Cash awards will be offered:
            Juror's Award: $300
            Director's Award:  $200
            Up to three Honorable Mentions will be given.

Best Portfolio 2017...

Blank Wall Gallery organizes an international portfolio contest for 2017 in order to discover and promote one photographer. The award of the best photographer will be a two-week solo exhibition at Blank Wall Gallery. The gallery will produce and finance the prints for the exhibition, and the artist will gain international recognition and promotion from our web page. 
more information...

Blank Wall Gallery

Calling for submissions
Deadline: Thursday February 9, 2017
Urban and public places and scenes of everyday life are part of the cityscape photography. Everybody is on the run. The pace of life never slows down. There is a hectic rhythm full of noise and shouts. Images and situations pass in front of our eyes and disappear within seconds and all these happening around tall, impressive buildings that are part of the city and its character. Photographs of such cities are welcome to take part in the “Cityscape” contest.
Choices Announced: Saturday February 11, 2017
Exhibition: Saturday March 4 – Thursday March 16, 2017 

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