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Motion State Dance Film Series

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Motion State Dance Films Series, is the only year-long, traveling short dance film festival in New England devoted to showcasing the diversity of contemporary creative voices exploring the medium of choreography for the camera.

By taking the festival "on the road" and into non-traditional film venues, such as art galleries, music halls, performing arts theatres, and university classrooms, Motion State seeks to expose the films and film makers to new audiences.

Every screening is followed by a public Q & A with the curators. All festival artists are invited and encouraged to take part in the conversation, should they find themselves in the area of any given screening.

For our 2022-23 season we will continue to follow protocols for COVID gatherings but are hopeful all screenings will be in-person. In the event we can not gather in-person we will move to virtual screenings.

Motion State Arts is a non-profit organization based in Providence, RI. MSA produces the Motion State Dance Film Series, Playing Favorites (a compliation of films through the seasons), Motion State Dance Festival, and Small Moves, Big Picture (taking place on a small stage- SMBP is a mix of live performance and dance films).

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New England: Providence, RI, New Bedford, MA, Newport, RI and more
Deadline: 
05/August/2022

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$25
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Call for entries! Motion State Dance Film Series

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Motion State Dance Films Series, is the only year-long, traveling short dance film festival in New England devoted to showcasing the diversity of contemporary creative voices exploring the medium of choreography for the camera.

By taking the festival "on the road" and into non-traditional film venues, such as art galleries, music halls, performing arts theatres, and university classrooms, Motion State seeks to expose the films and film makers to new audiences.

Motion State Arts is a non-profit organization based in Providence, RI. MSA produces the Motion State Dance Film Series, Playing Favorites, Motion State Dance Festival, and Small Moves, Big Picture.

Deadline: 
05/August/2022

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$25
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Photography without a Lens

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Photography Without a Lens:

               An Exploration of Alternate Processes   Ann Jastrab, Juror

Photography Without a Lens is a juried call for entries that explore alternate photographic capture and image making techniques. We are accepting entries through May 22nd for an exhibition opening June 18th.

Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is looking for work to explore alternate image capture and photographic processes and is open to photography exploring alternate forms of image capture or printing processes. The call is open to alternate image capture including Pinhole, Scanner, Toy Camera and all forms of Contact Printing and alternate printmaking including Carbon Print, Collodion/Wet Plate, Cyanotype, Daguerreotype, Gumoil Printing, Palladium/Platinum Printing and Van Dyke Brown Printing to name a few. The Call will be juried by Ann Jastrab, Executive Director of the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA. Ann previously served as Gallery Director at the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco.

Open Call for photographs of any subject matter, in any style, on any substrate the only requirement is that the work includes some form of alternate photographic process.

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First Place: $250
Second Place: $150
Third Place: $100

Deadline: 
22/May/2020

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$45 for first 3 images
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Seventh International Call for Entries

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Entry is open for our Annual Open Call exhibition. This show is mounted as an international showcase for contemporary voices in photography, no theme or prompt. This is an opportunity to submit your work for review by Neal Rantoul  https://www.nealrantoul.com/ a career artist and educator. An active advocate for all things photographic, Rantoul was head of the Photo Program at Northeastern University in Boston and previously taught at Harvard University.  

Our 7th Open Call will open on September 19th as a showcase for contemporary photography. We are accepting entries now through July 26th

Deadline: 
25/July/2019

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$35 for 3 entries $10 each additional
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Time Zero and Beyond

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Time Zero and Beyond: Juried Open Call for Instant Photography: Open to Instant photographs, any subject matter in any style or brand. Polaroid, Fuji INSTAX, Kodak or Zink prints will be accepted including composite, peal apart or transfers. Manipulated prints, view camera work or snapshots are all welcome. Work printed from Type 55 negatives or reclaimed instant negatives are also welcome. This show is an opportunity to explore or revisit instant photography in all its forms. No theme or prompt, new work or old, it just needs to be your own work. 

Juror: John Reuter. John is a master photographer, director of 20×24 Studios and adjunct professor of photography at the University of Hartford. John earned both an M.A. and M.F.A. in photography from University of Iowa School of Art and Art History. John started his professional career as a Polaroid research photographer and became the main photographer in the Polaroid 20×24 Studio in 1980.  The New York studio John ran was a key part of the Polaroid Artist Support Program and afforded him the opportunity to work with artists such as  William Wegman, Chuck Close, Mary Ellen Mark, Robert Rauschenberg and Ellen Carey among many others.

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31/May/2019

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$25 plus $10 for each additional image
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Photo Stories

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Photo Stories: a Call for Entries Juried by Michael Itkoff at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts

The Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is looking for bodies of work for an exhibition in June 2019.  No theme or a prompt to follow, just an open call for a project or sequence of images. This is your chance to exhibit work that extends across a set of images to tell a story or explore an idea. We are looking for your story in photographs. Open to all photo-based work with no limit on subject matter or technique. Entries will be judged as a series, five (5) or more images will be included at the juror’s discretion.  

Juror: Michael Itkoff, Michael is an artist and Cofounder of both Fabl and Daylight Books a non-profit organization dedicated to publishing art and photography books. For over a decade, Daylight has been dedicated to publishing art and photography via its print and digital publishing programs. By exploring the documentary mode along with the more conceptual concerns of fine-art, Daylight's uniquely collectible publications work to revitalize the relationship between art, photography, and the world-at-large.

Deadline: 
03/May/2019

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$55 for 5 images
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