Photography 2020



Call for Art at Las Laguna Gallery - Photography
Deadline: November 8, 2020
Artist Notification:  November 14, 2020
Art Delivery Date: Between November 26 to December 1, 2020
Artist Reception: December 3, 2020
$35 for up to 3 images
Commission: 65% Artist, 35% Gallery

For this Call for Art Las Laguna Gallery is looking for works by photographers. Las Laguna Gallery invites artists working in all photographic mediums to submit images to be considered for an exhibition. The theme for this Call for Entry is open.

Photography provides many things; proof that something happened, the ability to capture a moment or memories, or as a means of communication. Is your work innovative and interesting? Will your submission be artistic or awe-inspiring? We are looking for works that excite and inspire. Works that could make your viewer laugh or you’re your viewer cry. We’d like to see works that show your ingenuity, talent, heart, and perception.

Works in color or black and white are acceptable. All types of photography mediums including iphone, Polaroid, digital prints on any medium will be considered.

All local, national and international artists, professional and amateur and multiple art mediums will be considered in this call for art.

Note:  Our gallery is open to the public now. Clients and guests are invited to visit as long as they have proper PPE.

All artists who submit to this show will be accepted and have at least one of their submitted works posted on our website, promoted on Facebook.

A select number of artists will send their work into the gallery for the in person exhibition at our brick and mortar gallery.

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Roswell in Print




The current pandemic has momentarily closed the doors for many traditional spaces dedicated to art but the desire for connection and creative experiences is thriving. Roswell has a wealth of nontraditional outdoor spaces to explore and there is an opportunity to curate unique and unexpected experiences for neighborhoods throughout the city.
Roswell Arts Fund, in partnership with the City of Roswell, Getty Images, and the Hagan Family Foundation is seeking entries from artists and photographers for a new, exciting outdoor photography exhibition. The Roswell in Print photography exhibit is designed to highlight the diverse characteristics of the City of Roswell, using visual storytellers to capture it through beautiful, compelling imagery and displayed in a non-traditional space.
Set in a series of three-month periods, work will be displayed alongside curated photographs from Getty Images. These exhibit periods are October through December, February through April, and June through August. Each exhibit will explore a theme chosen from one of the concepts identified as a part of Roswell's "community char-acter framework" in Roswell's Public Art Master Plan, using each of the sub-themes as inspiration.
We are our River – warm, reflective, life giving, bubbling, vigorous, meandering
We are our Colors – blossoming, vibrant, scenic, Roswell clay, consequential, sustainable
We are Forward Thinking – intentional, inclusive, blended, charming, verdant, illustrious
All images selected for exhibition will be available for print sales with 70 percent of the sale going to the artist. Works will be displayed with consideration for safe, socially distanced experience.
All emerging and professional artists are invited to submit and there is no entry fee for this call. Submissions will be classified by age, with works from youth (17 and under) exhibited alongside adult works (18 and over).
Emerging and professional artists will be asked to submit images and the selected images will be dis-played along a "photo wall" in a non-traditional space in Roswell. The exhibit will be on display for a minimum of 3 months. Artwork will be displayed in locations that allow for a safe, socially distanced experience.
Specific Roswell in Print Objectives include:
• Share photography and art in non-traditional spaces.
• Promote the collection and sale of new photography works.
• Raise the artistic merit of the public art of Roswell.
• Give artists new and exciting ways to share their work with new audiences.
• Encourage the participation from artists of color and represent the diversity of the City of Roswell.

• This call is open to all artists, designers, and teams. Roswell Arts Fund strives for inclusivity and diversity representative of the Roswell community and the metro Atlanta area in all initiatives.
• Artists may submit up to 5 images for consideration. All images must have title, description, and price (if applicable).
• If selected, artists are responsible for supplying Roswell Arts Fund with High-Resolution digital images.
Each submission will be evaluated on the following criteria:
• Is the photograph original?
• How does the work reflect the themes outlined in this call?
• Does the proposal address the objectives of Roswell In Print?
Artistic Merit/Quality
• Does the photograph demonstrate high artistic merit?
• Is it artistically engaging and stimulating? Will it be appreciated by the general public?
Public Art Selection Process and Panel:
This panel is comprised of diverse Roswell stakeholders including business, civic, and community leaders as well as art professionals. Special attention and best practices will be utilized in the conducting of the review process to ensure a fair and diverse selection pool. Special guest panelist Dana Angotta, Print Sales Executive from Getty Images will be serving to help select and curate as part of our inaugural exhibition.
If the Public Art Selection Panel receives an insufficient number of proposals (a number decided by unanimous approval of the panel), the call for art may be rereleased or extended for further submissions.
Applicants will be notified if this occurs.
• Applications must be received no later than August 24 – 5pm EST, 2020

Proposals must include ALL the following items. Incomplete applications will be not be considered.
1. Identification and Demographics (if submitting as a team, please provide information for all team members):
i. Name (legal name as appears on license)
ii. Age (17 and under, 18-24, 25-36, 37-45, or 45+)
1. Gender (optional)
2. Ethnicity (optional)
iii. Primary living address
2. Submitted image requirements:
• Artists may submit a maximum of 5 images for consideration.
• Name, Description, Size, Price for each image.
• Include a WORD document or a PDF with the image information.
• Indicate if it is to be displayed in portrait or landscape format.
• Images must be JPEG or PDF format. Low resolution for submission is acceptable.
• All files should be between 2000-2500 pixels on the long edge.
• Name all images with YOUR NAME & the FILE NAME
• All images must be appropriate for public exhibition. Therefore, images that display nudity, foul language, or acts of violence will not be considered.
Note: If submitting artist(s) is under the age of 18, artist(s) must be represented by parent, teacher, or legal guardian. If applying as a team, please designate one team member as the primary contact and provide complete contact information for that person.
Contractual Expectations:
• Roswell Arts Fund will design, print, installation and deinstallation of exhibition layout.
• Artists who have submitted a proposal agree that the City of Roswell and Roswell Arts Fund may display models and reproductions/images for non-commercial, educational, and promotional purpose with credit given to the Artist.
• Copyright shall remain property of the artist.
• Artist(s) agrees that the information provided to Roswell Arts Fund is truthful to the best of their knowledge and has not knowingly represented any information or work as not their own or erroneous.

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Virtual Exhibition
On View: July 2 - September 18, 2020
Open to: Hudson Valley and Tri-state area, including New York City
Deadline for entry: Monday, June 15 at midnight EST
Juried by: Bill Foley, Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer
Entry fee: The fee is $5 for 1 - 4 works, $1 for each additional work up to 6 works in total. Entry fees are non-refundable. Free for GARNER Arts Center Members.

The topic for this juried exhibition is RESILIENCE in 2020. We are interested in seeing interpretations of the theme as expressed in the time of COVID-19, created by contemporary photographers at all levels of professionalism and experience.

Is resilience one’s ability to adapt to a changing world? What about us is ever-enduring? This exhibition seeks to share the resilience of the human spirit and the places we find inspiration, beauty and strength in the darkest times.

“A good half of the art of living is resilience.” Alain de Botton.
Show us what the concept of RESILIENCE means to you.

Although we cannot visit museums or galleries in this time of social-distancing, art and culture continue to be vital as a means for us to connect, share and experience. GARNER Arts Center, through #GarnerAtHome, invites artists from the Hudson Valley and Tri-State area, including New York City to submit high resolution digital photographs for consideration in this virtual exhibition.

Bill Foley is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist with 44 years’ experience documenting the narrative of life in war and peace. Over the course of his career, he has worked on assignments in 55 countries. In 2015, The Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis presented his 40+ year retrospective "Art Meets News". In 2013 Foley was awarded the "Distinguished Alumni award" from the Indiana University of School Journalism in Bloomington, Indiana. He was Honored with being placed in the Hall of Fame at Shortridge high school in 2013, joining Author Kurt Vonnegut, Senator Richard Lugar, Author Dan Wakefield and others.


May 15: Entry Call Opens
June 15: Entry Deadline at midnight
June 19: Notifications sent out by this date
June 22: Online Installation Begins
June 22: Artist Interviews and Virtual Studio Visits Prepared
July 2: Exhibition opens
September 18: Exhibition closes

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Il Varco srls creates and organizes the first edition of the Passepartout Photography Prize, a six-monthly online photography prize with cash prize, which will end with an annual exhibition of some of the finalists artists chosen by the art director. The date of the exhibition at 28 Piazza di Pietra gallery in Piazza di Pietra, Rome, in 2021 will be communicated later on the website and by updating the present call. Photographic works of all sizes are admitted. The competition is open to artists without limitation of age or place of origin.

Submission for the prize has a variable cost and is articulated in the following way: the basic submission fee is 15 euros and allows the registration of 3 photographs. It is possible to register additional photos up to a maximum of seven in total by paying an additional price of 2 euros for each extra photography. If the payment of the registration fee has been made correctly, within 72 hours the works sent via the form on the website will be judged by the jurors, who will communicate to the artist the eventual passage to the final of one or more works entered.

You can submit single, separated shots or more shots belonging to a single project. In that case please put in the description the description of the project itself.

The finalists will be inserted in the on-line gallery on the website indefinitely and will be able to compete for the winning of a six-monthly prize of € 500 that will always be awarded to a single picture. All the finalists will remain among the selectable artists for the annual exhibition in Rome.
# photography exhibition

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Cash prize, exhibition in a gallery in the Rome's city center.


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23rd PCNW Juried Photography Exhibition, Distinction





Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW) is pleased to announce the opening of our call for entries for the 23rd PCNW Juried Photography Exhibition, Distinction with our esteemed juror, Kris Graves. 

Emerging and experienced photographers are invited to submit to this opportunity—single and/or group selections are made by the juror, Kris Graves, and will result in an exhibition in the PCNW gallery from March 26 - May 3, 2020.

Juror Kris Graves is a photographer and publisher based in New York and London. He received his BFA in Visual Arts from S.U.N.Y. Purchase College and has been published and exhibited globally. The Kris Graves Projects and Gallery, in Brooklyn, NY, collaborates with artists to create limited edition publications and archival prints, focusing on contemporary photography and works on paper.


Deadline: January 31, 2020

Distinction exhibition: March 26 - May 3, 2020

Reception: March 26

Fee: $50 for 5 images, $5 for each additional image up to 5 (10 total)

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Prizes TBA here and on our website soon


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$50 for 5 images + $5 for each additional image up to 5 (maximum total of 10)
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Exposures: Photography



Exposures: Photography is an annual competition held at Lawrence Street Gallery, to highlight fine art made with photography.  Our juror this year is Judi Bommarito is a Detroit-based fine art and documentary photographer. She has been an adjunct instructor at the College for Creative Studies since 1999, where she also earned her BFA. She takes great pride in her years as the lead mentor of the Focus:HOPE Excel after school photography program as well as the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center.


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