Tag: call for submissions
“American Photography 30 and American Illustration 33 considered by many to be the books of record, are still produced in all their defiant, large-format, luxurious, hard cover glory, offering high visibility and well-deserved recognition. Submit your best work to be presented in the books, one image per page, and online in The Archive for all the world to see. The AI-AP annuals are the first and foremost go-to resources for art directors, designers and editors. Be seen where it matters most.
All photographers, creative professionals, publishers, agencies, representatives, students and teachers of photography of any nationality living, working or studying in North American with work created or published anywhere for any purpose.
International photographers living abroad who have North American representation or have been published or exhibited in North America are also eligible.
- $35 per single photograph in any category.
- $95 per series of 10 images from an editorial story, advertising campaign, book, catalog, annual report, promotional, calendar, video or personal unpublished project.
- $10 per photograph -or-
- $60 per portfolio of up to ten images by an individual, class or department.”
For the full prospectus and to enter visit: www.ai-ap.com/cfe.
“We’re delighted to issue an open call for submissions, in partnership with Cathedral Creative, for our upcoming slideshow event. A selection of juried and invitational projects will be projected L’Entrepot Gallery on the evening of Dec 15th, celebrating the culmination of the 2013 festival.
Deadline: Friday, Dec 6, 2013
Notification: Tuesday, Dec 10, 2013
Event: Sunday, Dec 15, 2013, 5-8pm
- Photographers should digitally submit a collection of 10-20 photographs in JPEG format, scaled at 1280×800 (150 ppi).
* Horizontal images should be sized at 1280 pixels wide at 150ppi.
* Vertical or square images should be 800 pixels tall at 150ppi.
- Jpeg must include artists name and image title in the file name, and should be numbered sequentially in the order you wish them to appear. Please use the following format: Doe_John_01_ImageTitle.jpeg.
- Place jpegs in a folder. Save folder as a ZIP file.
- Pay entry fee at cathedralnola.com/photonola then proceed to next page to enter contact information and upload your submission.”
Deadline: Sunday, December 15, 2013
“TheDocumentaryProjectFund was founded to help make sure that photographers who want to tell the stories of their communities will be able to do so. We are here to encourage, through project support, photographers who have a community focus and a good story to tell. We believe that still photography, especially the documentary form, can be an incredibly powerful art. We can admire the beauty of each image, be challenged to think about the issues raised and come away with our biases tested.
TheDocumentaryProjectFund call-for-entry is open to emerging and established still photographers. All applicants must have the appropriate skill level necessary to plan and execute a documentary project. Selected artists will have six months to complete the photographic work.
Each call-for-entry is intended to fund one project and will award up to $5000. That project should be a future project and not one in progress. The fund may grant project support to photographers working in conjunction with another nonprofit, provided that group will match our funding.
Submission deadlines are December 15 and June 15. Each application must include:
Submit applications in PDF or Microsoft Word format. Your name(s), mailing address, email, phone number(s) and a web site (optional) should appear at the top of each page. All entries will be submitted electronically via email, in English, as an attachment to: email@example.com.
- Project Statement: 1 page maximum
- Budget: 1 page maximum
- Personal Statement: 1 page maximum
- Images: 10-15 total
There are two acceptable ways to submit your photographic work:
- Use an online email service such as YouSendIt or DropSend. This will allow you to email large, zipped files. The images should be:
- JPEG format and sized to 1024 pixels in width for horizontals, 768 pixels in height for verticals.
- Titled as such: Lastname_firstname_projecctimagenumber (ex: smith_john_barbershop1)
- Use your own professional website or a cloud service such as MediaFire, Windows Live, SkyDrive or Box. Do not send us a link to your Facebook page, your Flickr, Shutterfly or other similar accounts. Be sure we are linked directly to the image gallery you want us to evaluate. Include this link with the written portion of your submission.”
“The 2014 Grant for Outstanding Personal Photography Project is open for submissions for photographers self-publishing on fotovisura.com. New members are welcome to submit.
The Grant aims to support personal photography projects and encourage the production and development of photography outside of the commercial realm. The Grant recognizes photographers as judged by their images, story, dedication and commitment of the photographer to the story or concept. Additionally, we consider the extent that he or she is willing to go to bring about positive change in society.
It is our belief that this profession needs to recognize its emerging leaders—and the FotoVisura Grant stands for recognizing, celebrating and supporting the international community of emerging photographers and its leaders.
The Grant is divided into two categories:
- The FotoVisura Grant for Outstanding Personal Project
- The Spotlight Grant for Outstanding Student Project
FotoVisura Grant Judges (view bios)
Elizabeth Cheng Krist, Senior Photo Editor, National Geographic Magazine
William A. Ewing, Director of Curatorial Projects for Thames & Hudson
Simon Barnett, Director of Photography, CNN Digital
MaryAnne Golon, Director of photography and Assistant Managing Editor, Washington Post
Caroline Smith, Photography Director, Marie Claire Magazine
Patricia Nagy Travieso, Executive Editor, Elle Magazine International Editions
Adriana Teresa Letorney, co-founder, FotoVisura
Spotlight Student Grant Judges (view bios)
Emma Raynes, Program Director, Magnum Foundation’s Emergency Fund
Clara de Tezanos, Co-founder and Director, La Fototeca
Angelika Hala, Photo Editor, Stern Magazine
Amy Wolff, Photo Editor (PDN30), Photo District News
Mirjam Evers, Executive Producer, Eddie Adams Workshop
Graham Letorney, co-founder, FotoVisura
Win funding, exposure and exhibition opportunities:
- FotoVisura Grant: $2,000
- Spotlight Grant: $1,000
- FotoVisura invites a select group of finalists to participate in online and gallery exhibitions.”
To apply and read the full prospectus visit: grant.fotovisura.com/submit.
“The CCNY Darkroom Residency offers local photographers much-needed workspace in New York City as well as access to the CCNY community and programs.
Benefits of the Darkroom Residency:
- Workspace: Darkroom Residents receive three months of free, 24/7 access to the CCNY facilities. For details about our facilities, please click here.
- Programs: Residents receive free admission to all 2014 CCNY events.
- Stipend: Residents receive a monthly stipend and donated material support during their residency.
- Exhibition Opportunity: Dependent on funding, each resident may receive a solo exhibition at CCNY after his or her term of residency.
All artists currently residing in New York City who are working in photography or lens-based art are eligible to apply. Please note that living accommodations are not provided. Students must have completed their studies on or before January 1, 2014 in order to be eligible to apply.
- Work Sample: Provide a work sample of up to 10 images. CCNY strongly urges applicants to submit images from a single body of work.
- Letter of Intent: Provide a short paragraph (maximum of 300 words) addressing what you aim to accomplish during a CCNY Darkroom Residency, and how that time at CCNY would most benefit your artistic work and career goals.
- Artist Statement: Provide a brief, one-paragraph artist statement (maximum of 300 words).
- CV: Provide a one-page artist’s resume.”
For the full prospectus and to apply visit callforentry.org.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
Call for Entries: The National: Best Contemporary Photography 2014
Deadline: Saturday, November 30, 2013
Fee: $45 for up to 5 images
“The debut of The National coincides with the launching of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s new collecting initiative focusing on contemporary photography, and the Museum’s goal is to develop The National into one of the country’s preeminent exhibitions of photography.
The exhibition is a hybrid invitational and juried exhibition, anchored by photography standouts Julie Blackmon, Sharon Harper, Richard Renaldi, Martina Lopez, and Nick Veasey, as well as the work of dozens of talented photographers from across the country pushing the boundaries of the medium with adventurous techniques and original subject matter.
In terms of aesthetic quality, technical innovation, and cultural relevance, contemporary photography has increasingly proven its dominance as a 21st Century art form. This new biennial exhibition, similar in prestige and quality to FWMoA Contemporary Realism Biennial, will feature prominent invited artists and juried entrants with the intention of showcasing the finest work being created or exhibited in the nation.
All artists whose work is juried into this exhibition will be recognized at the FWMoA website, and in an extended exhibit guide and/or color catalogue. Additionally, juried artists are eligible to receive one of the following prizes:
- First Prize: Museum purchase award and a solo exhibition in the coming year
- Second Prize: Museum purchase award
- 4 Juror’s Merit Awards for $500 each
Open to all artists who are 18 years or older who reside or have a representing gallery in the United States working in the varied field of Photography.
- Only works using photographic processes will be considered
- Works must have been created in the last 2 years (2011 to present)
- Two-dimensional work should not exceed 72 inches in any direction.
- Three-dimensional work should not exceed 150 pounds nor 40 inches in any direction.
- All accepted work must be prepared for exhibiting: framed or appropriately prepared for hanging and display (no saw tooth hangers).
- Completed submission form.
- 1-5 Images:
Digital images should be in JPEG format and named as such: LastName_FirstName_01Title.jpg.
**Pixel size must be no larger than 1500 x 2100; images no larger than 3 MB; resolution approximately 300 dpi.
This is important. Your submissions will not upload if your images do not meet these parameters.
- Selection of individual works for the exhibition and catalogue will be made from submitted images only.
- Online payment, check, or money order made payable to the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.
**Note: application will not be processed until payment is completed either online or received in the mail.
- Please direct all questions to Joslyn Elliott, Associate Curator of Exhibitions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
For the complete prospectus and to apply, click here.
Cda-Projects Grant for Artistic Research and Production
Deadline: Sunday, November 30, 2013
“Cda-Projects Grant has been initiated in 2011 to provide a support structure for research-based artistic practices. It aims to foster a community of practitioners, whose work explores the speculative potential of knowledge. The grant awards 10,000 Euros annually through an international open call. A publication that reflects the research process and outcomes is produced.
The grant aims at supporting and opening up discussions on artistic research to an expanded network through an open call. It encourages speculative approaches to how discourse is staged and how knowledge is produced, rethought and interwoven across disciplines. Without any limitations on the content, the proposed inquiries are expected to suggest new forms and methodologies by reflecting on contexts and conditions of the knowledge produced.
The invited selection committee members Gerard Byrne, Bassam El Baroni and Irit Rogoff. İz Öztat will take part in the selection committee as Cda-Projects Grant Director.
Authors (includes artists, curators, writers, thinkers etc…) of any nationality, regardless of age, can propose projects to be carried out individually or collectively. Applicants can submit an artistic research project that is currently in the production stage or one that is scheduled to be completed during the six‐month period following the date of selection.
All the submitted documents should be in English and each one should be sent as a separate PDF. Applications that are not sent in the specified format will not be considered. Please send the following documents below to email@example.com:
- Project proposal and documentation (Maximum 500 words explaining your artistic research project, motivations of the research to be carried and the expected outcome. Up to 4 images can be included as documentation.)
- Curriculum Vitae (Include e-mail and mailing address.)
- Portfolio consisting of three completed research based projects.
- Time-based media should be submitted in low-resolution format via upload and the link should be provided within the portfolio (Not larger than 350MB.) If the resolution is important, you can send a DVD with excerpts up to 30 minutes to the address below:
Istiklal Cad. Misir Apt. No:163 K.2 D.5
Beyoglu / Istanbul 34433 Turkey”
For the full prospectus visit: cda-projectsgrant.org/apply.
Center for Fine Art Photography
International Call for Entries: Portfolio ShowCase Volume 7
Deadline: Thursday, November 28, 2013
“There is no theme for this exhibition. The images will be evaluated as a cohesive body of work, rather than individual images. Fifteen photographers will be chosen to display their twelve-image portfolios in the Center’s Portfolio ShowCase Volume 7 book and online exhibition.
Juror: Alexa Becker holds an MA in art history and is the acquisitions editor for photography and art books for Kehrer Verlag, in Heidelberg, Germany.
The exhibition is open to photographers world wide, both amateur and professional. The Center invites photographers working in all mediums, styles, and schools of thought to participate in its exhibitions.
Online Exhibition and Awards
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. Participants will be included in the Center’s Online Gallery exhibition as well as have their accepted portfolio published in the Portfolio ShowCase Volume 7 Book. Select artists also will receive a blog feature at the Center’s blog, PERSPECTIVES.
- ONE SOLO EXHIBITION AWARD One artist will be chosen for a solo exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography.
- PORTFOLIO SHOWCASE GROUP SHOW The Center will exhibit prints from the selected artists in conjuction with the book launch to promote the artists.
- JUROR’S SELECTION The juror will select one portfolio to be the first presented in the book and will select an image from the portfolio to be the book cover.
There is no limit to the number of portfolios that may be submitted. Applicants signing up for membership at the time they submit will receive the automatic discounted entry fee.
- Members: $50 for the first portfolio (12 images)
- Non-Members: $65 for the first portfolio (12 images)
- Additional portfolios may be submitted for $85.”
“The Colorado Photographic Arts Center is seeking entries for a photography exhibition juried by Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography, Denver Art Museum.
The exhibition will be a survey of new work made within the past three years, and is a rare chance to get your work seen by this renowned photography curator. There is no theme.
A $500 purchase award will be given for Best of Show, chosen by the juror on site at CPAC. The selected image will become part of CPAC’s permanent photography collection. Three honorable mention awards will be made. An exhibition catalog will be published.
Selections for the exhibitions will be announced no later than Friday, December 9th; framed artwork must be received by the gallery no later than Tuesday, January 3rd, 8 pm. The exhibition will be at CPAC: January 9 – February 15, 2014.
Works submitted must have been made within three years of the exhibition deadline. All lens-based media are eligible, including but not limited to images made by film or video camera, scanner, screen-capture, digital camera, and any means of mobile photography. Entry is open to regional, national, and international artists, members and non-members of CPAC.
- Title jpeg entries with Last name and first initial first, i.e.: SmithJ_title.jpg.
Improperly titled jpegs will not be accepted.
- Jpegs should not exceed 2.5MB in size and 800 pixels on the longest dimension.
- Exhibition print sizes must be specified.
- Submit jpegs and Entry Form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Click here for the Entry Form (PDF) and complete guidelines.
Visit www.cpacphoto.org/2013/10/call-for-entries-juror-eric-paddock for details.
“Rayko Photo Center’s Artist-in-Residence Program was developed to continue our support and education of fine art photographers. Through the program, artists receive unlimited access to RayKo’s facilities. Artists-in-residence will receive significant discounts on other services and workshops at RayKo. There is a five month time frame to shoot, print, and complete the body of work, and one month to prepare work for the exhibition. Artists gain hands on experience in the entire process of creating work, from conceptualizing, printing, framing, and hanging. Work produced in the program will culminate in a show in our side gallery. Up to three final prints of the gallery director’s choice will be donated to RayKo’s print collection. Artists will have regular review sessions with the gallery director as the project progresses. Mentoring is available to assist in the artistic development of residents and cultivate a more polished body of work.
Submit printed copies of the materials below, with artist name on each page:
- Letter of Intent (Description of Project), specify preferred start date (January or June)
- RayKo facilities to be used for project
- Artist Statement
- Any additional documents including relevant press/publications or letters of recommendation.
- $20 application & administration fee | Payable to: RayKo Photo Center
- Digital files: Submit 10-20 images saved as .jpg, 72dpi, and sized to 1200 pixels on the longest dimension. Files should not be larger than 2MB.
- Prints: up to 11×14” size | up to 20 individual prints
- Include annotated list of: Image title, size of original piece, year of completion, and medium
- Send or drop off materials (include SASE for return of materials) to:
RayKo Photo Center
c/o Artist-in-Residence Program
428 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
- Artists may also submit their proposals and images on line through Smarter Entry: client.smarterentry.com/RayKo.”
Click here to download a PDF of the full prospectus and for directions to submit your application online.