Tag: alternative process
“Art Intersection presents Light Sensitive, an annual juried exhibition of images created using traditional and alternative photographic processes. Past work has included analog c-prints, platinum, cyanotype, gelatin silver, gum bichromate, wet plate collodion tintypes, chemigrams, and other printing processes.
Juror: Robert Hirsch, artist, curator, and author.
The Art Intersection curatorial staff will select three artists from Light Sensitive to show additional work during an exhibition running from December 12, 2015 to January 9, 2016.”
For the full prospectus view the PDF document Light Sensitive 2015 Submission Guidelines.
To apply go to www.artintersection.com/event/call-for-work-light-sensitive-2015.
“In July 2014, Aperture Foundation will mount its first Aperture Summer Open, an open-submission exhibition for which all image-makers are eligible.
The theme of the first Summer Open is photography itself. New work may be entered in any genre, by any author, whether established or aspiring, professional or enthusiast, young or old. The photographs to be exhibited will be selected by Aperture’s executive director, Chris Boot.
- Membership with Aperture Foundation is the sole requirement for entry into the Summer Open. It also covers entrance into the 2015 Portfolio Prize. (Please note that subscription to Aperture magazine does not constitute membership with Aperture Foundation).
- To purchase your membership, please visit aperture.org/join. Upon purchase, you will receive a unique entry code that will allow you to enter the Summer Open.
- If you are already an Aperture Foundation Member, you will receive an e-mail containing a unique entry code that will allow you to enter. If you do not receive this code or are unsure of your current Member status, please contact email@example.com.
- Photographs entered should be contemporary (made within the last five years). They may be part of a series (some photo series may be selected for exhibition), or stand-alone photographs.
To complete your entry, you will need the following:
- Your name, address, and phone number
- The name your work should be credited to, if different from above
- Between 1 and 10 images. The image-preparation specifications can be found here.
- Date of photographs, plus (if relevant) caption or title
- Final exhibition print sizes (paper sizes and image sizes)
- Statement of up to 150 words about the work submitted (optional, but if photographs from a series are being submitted, series details will be helpful).”
For the full prospectus and to apply visit: www.callforentry.org
“Binh Danh, Assistant Professor of Photography at Arizona State University, has emerged as an artist of national importance with work that investigates his Vietnamese heritage and our collective memory of war, both in Viet Nam and Cambodia. He is also the inventor of the chlorophyll printing process, in which photographic images appear embedded in leaves through the action of photosynthesis.”
This lecture is presented by INFOCUS.
Phoenix Art Museum, Singer Auditorium
NE corner of McDowell Road & Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
October 27th, Dayton, OH: Opening Reception & Gallery Talk for “The Fixed Shadow: A Juried Photography Exhibition of Camera-less Images”
Wright State University | Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries
The Fixed Shadow: A Juried Photography Exhibition of Camera-less Images
Opening Reception & Gallery Talk with Carol Panaro-Smith & James Hajicek
Sunday, October 27, 2013, 3:00-5:30 pm
Free and open to the public.
“From October 27 – December 8, 2013 the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries will present selected works by artists from across the United States. The works use camera-less photographic processes. Among the processes used are photograms, scanograms, lumen prints, chemigrams, and photogenic drawings: all of which describe methods where light is used to capture an image directly onto a surface.
Exhibition jurors and featured artists Carol Panaro-Smith and James Hajicek have been working with camera-less photographic processes throughout their careers. Their collaborative photogenic drawings of organic materials beautifully engage themes of serendipity and impermanence.
On Sunday October 27, 2013 jurors Carol Panaro-Smith and James Hajicek will be presenting a gallery talk from 3:00-4:00 in the Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries. An opening reception will follow from 4:00 P.M. until 5:30 P.M.”
The galleries are ocated in A132 Creative Arts Center on the main campus of Wright State University.
“All Black and White imagery is eligible for submission. This includes alternative process, traditional, digital, and toned black and white images. All subjects are welcome.
Elizabeth Corden and Jan Potts of Corden|Potts Gallery. The Corden|Potts Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting the work of outstanding contemporary photographers.
With selection for this exhibition, featured artist’ s work will be seen by an international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants and other advocates of fine art photography. Each participant will be included in the Center ’s Main Gallery exhibition and Online Gallery exhibition. In order to be included in the online gallery or to receive and award, you must participate in the gallery exhibition.
Juror’s Selection | $500
Director’s Selection | $250
2 liveBooks Website Awards | Valued at $399 from liveBooks.com
Honorable Mention Awards | 2 year membership and a three image submission to a call for entry at the Center.”
Click here submission guidelines and to apply online.
Photographic Resource Center
France Scully Osterman: The Light at Lacock
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 6:30 pm
Admission: $10 General | $5 members & students | Free for BU community & PRC member institutions
“France Scully Osterman will discuss her first collaboration with her husband, Mark Osterman, The Light at Lacock: Sun Sketches at the Twilight of Photography, currently on display at the PRC in The Doors of Perception. The couple created a collection of paper negatives using William Henry Fox Talbot’s original process of photogenic drawing and his earliest camera designs. They trod the same ground as the inventor in the village of Lacock, England, and revisited the miracle of the first chemical sketches made by nature alone. Along the way the couple made some discoveries of their own. Limitations of the early process and an inclement climate eventually guided the Ostermans to concentrate on photographing the effect of light that surrounds a subject rather than that which illuminates it. The results are painterly but also fugitive. As in Talbot’s time, the same light that created these images also destroys them. And so, it is only by the ironic marriage with the digital pigment print that now displaces photography that these colorful sun sketches can be exhibited for the first time.”
BU Photonics Center, Room 206
8 St. Mary’s Street,
Boston, Massachusetts [map]
Deadline January 23rd: CENTER Choice Awards, Project Grant, Project Launch Grant, Santa Fe Prize and Teaching Award
The Choice Awards recognize outstanding photographers working in all processes and subject matter. The Awards are divided into three categories: Curator’s Choice, Editor’s Choice, and Gallerist’s Choice. The winners receive recognition via exhibition, publication, portfolio reviews and more.
Curator’s Choice: Tina Schelhom, Curator, Kolga Tbilisi Photo, Georgia & Founding Director, Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne, Germany
Editor’s Choice: Susan White, Photography Director, Vanity Fair
Gallerist’s Choice: Lauren Panzo, Director, Pace/MacGill Gallery
Project Development Grant
The Project Development Grant offers financial support to fine art, documentary or photojournalist works-in-progress. The grant includes a $5,000 cash award to help complete a project as well as platforms for feedback and professional development opportunities for the works final stages.
This grant is awarded to fine art or documentary projects that are still in progress and have not been exhibited or published. It requires signing of a contract to participate in an exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Arts, during Review Santa Fe.
Juror: Denise Wolff, Senior Editor, Book Program, Aperture
Project Launch Grant
The Project Launch grant is presented to an outstanding photographer working in fine art series or documentary project. The grant includes a $10,000 cash award to help complete or disseminate the works as well as providing a platform for exposure and professional development opportunities.
This grant is awarded to completed projects that would benefit from the grant award package. It requires signature of a contract to participate in an exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Arts, during Review Santa Fe.
Santa Fe Prize
The biennial Santa Fe Prize for Photography recognizes and supports a gifted and committed photographer who has completed, or is near completion of, a meaningful body of work. Cash prize of $10,000 and participation in Review Santa Fe.
Juror: Maggie Blanchard, Director, Twin Palms Publishing
The Excellence in Teaching Award honors a high school, college or postgraduate teacher’s dedication with a $3,000 award. Educators in all areas of photographic teaching are eligible, including fine art, documentary, history and criticism.
Juror: Stephan Hillerbrand, University of Houston, Houston, TX”
Visit CENTER’s website for submission details, www.visitcenter.org/competitions.
“It’s the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual PHOTOGRAPHY NOW call for entries where winners will be exhibited in CPW’s main gallery from April 13 – June 15, 2013.
Juror: Kira Pollack, Director of Photography at TIME Magazine.
From traditional to digital, all photographic techniques and approaches are welcome. Straight photography, fine art, narrative, documentary, landscape,social issues, still life, mixed media incorporating photography, photographic installations, and digital images & collages – all will be considered! CPW staff and ADV/Board members are not eligible to apply.
Click here for the full prospectus.
“Art Intersection is pleased to invite artists to submit work for consideration in Light Sensitive, a national juried exhibition of analog photography. This annual exhibition celebrates the traditional methods of making images in the darkroom. Past work has included c-prints, platinum, cyanotype, gelatin silver, gum bichromate, wet plate collodion tintypes, and other printing processes. While the final print must be made using analog techniques the use of computer generated digital negatives/positives in the creation of the print is acceptable.
Two or three artists will be selected from the exhibition as best in show for an additional exhibition sometime in 2013-2014.
Juror: Kate Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe.
- Work accepted for review must utilize media that is based in analog photographic processes. The final print must be produced in a manner other than digital printing. Prints may be created from digital negatives.
- Three–dimensional work and artist books will be considered if they have an analog photographic basis.
- All two-dimensional work must be framed and ready to hang. We have pedestals without covered protection for three-dimensional work. Please include instructions on displaying your work.
- The works submitted must be the sole creation of the exhibiting artist(s). Submission of collaborative work is encouraged.
- Artists must be at least 18 years old.
- Up to 5 images: JPEG format, 300 dpi, 5-inches on the short side. Work that is not submitted in JPEG format will not be reviewed. JPEG filenames should match the titles as they appear on the title list and include the last name of the artist.
- A registration fee of $40 (non-member) or $30 (Photographer or Patron member).
- Short artist statement about the submitted piece(s)
- Short bio
- An abbreviated process/method description of the manner the print(s) were produced.
- A title list in a separate document that includes contact information along with the title, date, media, and dimensions of submitted work.
How To Submit
- Go to artintersection.com and locate: “Light Sensitive” on the Events page. Pay your registration fee using a credit card, debit card or PayPal.
- Include all the items in your email (see “What to Submit”) and in the subject line please write “Submission to Light Sensitive”.
- Send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org with all required items attached.
By mail or hand delivery:
- In a proper envelope address your submission to:
- Art Intersection
Submission for Light Sensitive
207 N. Gilbert Rd, Suite 201
Gilbert, AZ 85234
- Include a check or money order for the registration fee made out to Art Intersection, or pay through the website.
- Include a CD/DVD of JPEGs (see “What to Submit”) and pdf files with your artist statement, short bio, process description, and title list.
*Submission materials will not be returned. Do not submit original artwork.
Exhibition dates: 9 March – 23 April 2013.”
Click here to download a PDF of the full prospectus.
“Established in 2001 and organized by the graduate photography students at Texas Woman’s University and the Photographic Artists’ Coalition (a student-run photography organization), the annual Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition provides a national venue for the exhibition of artistic expression as seen through the eye of the camera. Photographers from throughout the United States are invited to submit entries for the exhibition, then works are juried by an invited professional in the photographic field. The exhibition is on view to the public at the Texas Woman’s University Fine Arts Galleries every Spring semester.
Juror: Sarah Kennel, Associate Curator, Department of Photographs, National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Exhibition Dates: February 21 to March 2, 2013
JEG 2012 Solo Show Award Winner: Nadia Sablin
This exhibition is open to anyone creating photographic images. All photographic and related processes are encouraged including digital, non-silver and photographic book arts. Pieces must not exceed 60” in any dimension.
Submissions must be individual JPG’s sized at 72 dpi with 800 pixels in the longest dimension. Files must be named with the artists’ last name, first name and number of submission shown on entry form (e.g. Smith_Jane_1.jpg, underscores required) please go to twuvisualarts.slideroom.com for further application instructions and requirements.
Artists may submit up to five images for $35.00 (up to five additional images may be entered for $45.00). Images of accepted entries may be used for publicity purposes and for presentation of the exhibition on the TWU website. All fees are non-refundable and will be considered a donation to the Joyce Elaine Grant Endowment.”
Submit online via SlideRoom here: twuvisualarts.slideroom.com.
For more information, download a PDF of the brochure here.