Archive for December 18, 2009

January 4th- Deadline for The Photo Place Gallery “Floral” juried exhibition

January 4th, 2010 is the deadline for The Photo Place Gallery in Middlebury, VT Call for Entries for Floral with Juror Sally Apfelbaum

From the announcement:

“This February in Vermont, deep in the depths of winter, PhotoPlace Gallery will exhibit a bouquet of forty photographs to remind our visitors that summer’s delights await.  For our juried exhibition, FLORAL, we seek unusual photographs of flowers and gardens, from intimate macro views to broad garden-scapes.  To help defray artists’ expenses, we provide free matting and framing of accepted photographs for the duration of our exhibitions, providing they are sized to fit our pre-cut mats.
Juror: New York photographer Sally Apfelbaum will be the juror for the exhibition.  Among her many accomplishments, Sally has been artist-in-residence at Claude Monet’s gardens in Giverney, France.”

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Few spaces remain for Review LA, across the street from Photo LA; lottery begins soon!

This afternoon I spoke with Laura Wzorek Pressley at CENTER, and learned that there are a few spaces available for those photographers wishing to have their work reviewed by industry professionals at Review LA January 14-16 at the Doubletree Guest Suites in Santa Monica, California.

And as an added benefit for participants, the art fair “Photo LA” is returning to its former location the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, occurring across the street from Review LA on the same weekend.  This way, photographers can participate in a portfolio review event AND attend an art fair on the same trip.  And this convenience also makes it easy for those attending and exhibiting at the fair to consider attending the open portfolio walk on Friday evening January 15th which will showcase the work of Review LA participants (held in the Doubletree’s ballroom). Economy in every way!

CENTER, which also organizes Review Santa Fe (an annual juried portfolio review event), offers participants the opportunity to rank the reviewers in order of preference during an on-line lottery.  When this period of time concludes, you will know exactly which reviewers you will be meeting with.

From Laura:  “The lottery opens this Monday, December 21st, and closes on Tuesday, December 29th.  (Note – the lottery and the reviews are not based on a first-come, first-serve basis. It makes no difference if participants enter their reviewer preferences on Monday, or a minute before the lottery closes on the 29th).  On Wednesday, December 30th we run the data as submitted, and the resulting schedules will be available for the participants in order to prepare for their reviews.”
If any spaces are available after that date, the photographers must choose the review spaces that remain.”

To view a list of the professional scheduled to review portfolios, click here.

I look forward to seeing many of you there!

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