Tag: Art Intersection
“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 email@example.com 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.
PHOTOtapas: A Six Day Celebration of Fine Art Photography
February 14-19, 2012
“A fine art photography event celebrating the medium’s past, present, and future, by offering the community a sampling of photo-related activities including exhibitions, lectures, seminars, demonstrations, and portfolio sharing. Sponsored by Art Intersection, Jeremy Rowe Vintage Photography, Northlight Gallery at Arizona State Uniersity, and Tilt Gallery.”
Wednesday, February 15th, 7:00 pm | A Conversation About Manifest Destiny
ASU Main Campus, Recital Hall E510
Free and open to the public.
Thursday, February 16th, 7:00 pm | A Conversation: The Sonoran Desert Re-Viewed
With Christopher Colville, Richard Laugharn, and Mike Lundgren
Art Intersection in Gilbert, Arizona
Free and open to the public.
8:30-9:30am Registration with coffee & muffins
9:30-10:15am Taking Note: A Method for Writers and Photographers with Mark Haunsch
10:30-11:30am Salt Printing: Demonstration with Tom Persinger
11:30am-1pm No host lunch
1:30-2:15pm Brass, Glass and Collodion – Stereographs of Territorial Arizona: Lecture with Jeremy Rowe
2:35-3:45pm Wet Plate Collodion Tin-Type: Demonstration with David Adams
4-5pm Portfolio Show and Tell with Stan Klimek, Master Platinum/Palladium printer for 21 Editions/Legacy Editions
5-6:30pm Tapas, Sangria and Conversation
6:30-8:30pm Portfolio Sharing: participants can bring their work to share. Reserve a table space (limited to 30 photographers)
Sunday, February 19th, 9:30-1:00 | Seminar: A Career with your Camera in Today’s Diverse Marketplace
By Patrick Donehue and Mary Virginia Swanson
Art Intersection, Gilbert, Arizona
Admission: $50 General | $40 AI Members
The markets for contemporary photography are rapidly evolving. Who is hiring photographers and for what skills? What markets are interested in your existing work for licensing, fine print sales or decor usage? And how do you maintain a strong brand presence in print, website and social networking?
In this visual presentation, industry veterans Patrick Donehue and Mary Virginia Swanson will provide participates an overview of what a successful career in photography looks like today. This seminar will be of value to emerging photographers and long-time professional photographers alike.
DEADLINE EXTENDED to SUNDAY JANUARY 15, 2012
“Art Intersection is pleased to invite artists to submit work for consideration in a national juried exhibition, Light Sensitive. Submissions will be juried by Becky Senf, Norton Family Curator at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona. The call is open to all artists utilizing analog photographic processes.
Up to three photographers will be selected by the curatorial team at Art Intersection to show work at a future exhibition in 2012 – 2013.
Dr. Rebecca Senf is the Norton Family Curator of Photography, a joint appointment at the Center for Creative Photography (CCP) and the Phoenix Art Museum. She curates three exhibitions a year for the Doris and John Norton Gallery for the CCP in Phoenix. Senf earned a Ph.D in art History at Boston University. In Boston she worked on the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s major exhibition Ansel Adams from The Lane Collection, for which she also co-authored the exhibition catalogue.
- The final print must be produced in a manner other than digital printing. Digitally produced negatives and/or images captured digitally can be used in the process of producing the final print.
- All 2-dimensional work must be framed and ready to hang if accepted. 3-dimensional work must be free standing or come with a pedestal for display.
- Collaboration is encouraged but work submitted must be the sole creation of the exhibiting artist(s).
- Must be at least 18 years old.
- Up to 5 images in JPEG format, 300 dpi, 5-inches on the short side. Work that is not submitted in JPEG form will not be reviewed. File names on jpegs via email and/or on a CD should match the titles as they appear on the title list and include last name of the artist.
- Short artist statement about submitted pieces and an abbreviated process description of the manner in which the prints were produced.
- Title list with the title, date, media, and dimensions framed. Must also include contact information.
- Email Submission: Send all required items to firstname.lastname@example.org. Write “Artist Submission for Light Sensitive” in the subject line. Pay the submission fee here.
- Mail or Hand Delivery Submission: (Do not send original artwork, submission material will not be returned.) Send a CD with your 5 JPEGS and PDF files of your statement, process description, and title list; and check or money order for the submission fee made out to Art Intersection to:
Artist Submission for Light Sensitive
207 N. Gilbert Road, suite 201
Gilbert, AZ 85234″
Click here to download the full prospectus.
Gallery Talk by James Hajicek: How Were They Made?
Friday, October 14, 2011, 7:00 to 8:00 pm
Admission: $5 | Open to the public
“Join Art Intersection Photography Consultant James Hajicek for an informal gallery talk about the exhibition, Exploring the Roots of Photography. He will discuss the various photographic processes in the exhibition with hands-on materials to show how many of the prints were actually made.”
Images from the Birth of Photography by Jeremy Rowe
Friday, September 23, 2011, 7:00 to 8:00 pm
Admission: $5 | Open to the public
“A one-hour tour of photographic processes from the birth of photography, focusing on the cased photographs of Daguerreotype, ambrotype, and tintype. The chronological presentation will weave the evolution of the processes between 1840 and 1870, with the social, cultural, and technological impacts as they developed. Each process will be described, and the session illustrated with examples from the collection of Jeremy Rowe. Examples of each process will be available for viewing after the presentation, and in the Exploring the Roots of Photography exhibition.
Dr. Jeremy Rowe has collected, researched, and written about 19th and early 20th century photographs for over 25 years. He has written Arizona Photographers 1850 – 1920: A History and Directory, Arizona Real Photo Postcards: A History and Portfolio, and Early Maricopa County 1871-1920, as well as numerous articles on photographic history.”
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Photographic Arts Lab Open House: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
“This one of a kind facility in Arizona and one of only a few in the country provides access to digital and traditional photographic facilities. The newly completed workspace completes the vision for Art Intersection by becoming an educational hub for photographers and artists of all levels to learn, create and exhibit.
The new facility encompasses darkrooms for black and white printing, film developing, alternative process printing, a digital lab with workstations, large format printers and film scanners, and a classroom with areas for critiques and artist meetings.
Exploring the Roots of Photography, Opening Reception: 7:00 – 10:00 pm
“Exploring the Roots of Photography is an exhibition of historical and contemporary photographic processes including Daguerreotypes, photogravures, tintypes, cyanotypes, and gelatin silver prints from distinguished photographers from the past including Alfred Stieglitz, Eugene Atget, Walker Evans, Harry Callahan, Paul Strand and important photographers of today.”