Archive for APPROACHING DEADLINE
This on-line discussion has no submission fee and is judged by photographers, for photographers:
From the Photo Coleslaw blog:
Somewhere within the long, hot days and the dripping popsicles lays a sense of unencumbered freedom. A justification to go barefoot and to lay on your back…. In conjunction with this carefree mood, Photo Coleslaw is presenting it’s First Photo Invitational. During the month of August Photographer, Jennifer Spelman is inviting you to submit 3 photos that key in on the feeling of summer. Jennifer Spelman is looking for photos that go beyond the cliches and really examine what summer is. Dig deep, take the theme and make it personal.
Three panelists will discuss why they each chose a photo. Jennifer Spelman will chime in as well. A discussion on why these photo rose to the top will ensue. In reward of the efforts of the three chosen photographers, Spelman will send them each a matted 8 x 10 print of their choosing from her website.
So you have the entire month of August to shoot. Put down your slurpee and pick up your camera. Spelman would love to see what you create. Send all submissions to Jennifer@JenniferSpelman.com. Title the subject line in the email: Infinite Summer Submission and include up to three jpgs (72 dpi). All submissions are due by midnight on August 31, 2010. All submissions must be sent with the inherent permission that they may be posted (and will be credited) on www.photocoleslaw.com. All decisions by the panelists are final.
The three panelists you need to impress were all chosen for the various perspectives they will bring to their decisions:
DAN MILNOR – Photographer Daniel Milnor splits his time between the smog-choked chaos of Southern California and the spiritual landscape of New Mexico. He is happiest with his notebook, Leica and trusty leather boots, sizing up whatever situation is happening in front of him. Milnor is former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer who now tries to work solely on his own projects, projects that allow him to work in the fashion he feels most likely to produce images that go beyond the temporary. He has taught at several prestigious learning centers such as Art Center College of Design, The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and The Julia Dean Workshops but feels his most important educational opportunity comes when he is able to spend time with his young nephews, teaching them a range of things that have all, at one time or another, gotten them in trouble at school. His judging experience is diverse, covering such things as his wife’s cooking, his fathers fashion disasters and all the random people he sees in airports around world, whom he never gives the benefit of the doubt. But most importantly, Milnor is the author of the blog Smogranch, which allows him to speak his mind, post his mother’s poetry and bring together like-minded people around the globe.
JENNIFER DAVIDSON – As a marine biologist-turned-photographer from a ranching family in rural west Texas, Jennifer’s views of photography are as varied as her personal history. Much of her time these days is spent on the road teaching photography workshops for Santa Fe Photo Workshops, National Geographic Expeditions and Linblad Expeditions. She has critiqued over 10,000 photos in her time as an instructor. When not photographing or encouraging others in their visual journey, Davidson spends her time hiking in the mountains, on the yoga mat or in the kitchen concocting new and unique ice cream flavors to feed her summer addiction.
VICKY SPELMAN – LANG – Yep, Spelman’s mama. Her mom has recently retired from almost 20 years in law enforcement. She also makes a mean lemon-meringue pie. She’s tough to impress and has a good handle on what summer means. When not helping her son or daughter out in their endeavors, Spelman-Lang is most often found with an imposing pickax in hand, waging war on weeds silly enough to attempt residency within her pristine yard.”
From the website:
The Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University and The Honickman Foundation (THF), based in Philadelphia, co-sponsor this prestigious biennial prize for American photographers. The only prize of its kind, the CDS / Honickman First Book Prize competition is open to American photographers of any age who have never published a book-length work and who use their cameras for creative exploration, whether it be of places, people, or communities; of the natural or social world; of beauty at large or the lack of it; of objective or subjective realities. The prize will honor work that is visually compelling, that bears witness, and that has integrity of purpose.
Renowned photographer and writer Robert Adams was the prize’s inaugural judge. Maria Morris Hambourg, Curator in Charge of the Department of Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, judged the second biennial competition. The judge for the third competition (2006) was Robert Frank, one of America’s most important and influential photographers. Celebrated photographer Mary Ellen Mark was the judge of the fourth prize competition in fall 2008. The fifth prize judge (2010) is William Eggleston. The winning photographer receives a grant of $3,000, publication of a book of photography, and inclusion in a Web site devoted to presenting the work of winners of the prize. The judge also writes the introduction for the book, which will be published by Duke University Press in association with CDS Books of the Center for Documentary Studies.
Selection and Notification
All applicants will be notified by postcard of receipt of their materials. Materials will be returned to nonfinalists by January 1, 2011.
The award will be reported to the winner on a 1099-Miscellaneous tax form. It is the responsibility of the winners to file their tax liability.
Deadline August 17th, judged by curator Edward Robinson: “New Normal” Exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography
When it comes to choosing which juried competitions to enter, I strongly encourage investing your time and energy in those that will put your work in front of curators, gallerists and publishers who can make a difference in your careers. Hence my interest in your knowing about this upcoming deadline:
From the Center for Fine Art Photography website:
Commuter Train © Ryan Zoghlin
Consider the challenges of the era, economic, environmental, and political and respond to the fundamentally shifting norms shared about beauty, gender roles, and spiritual belief. New Normal addresses the evolving ideals of social relationships, ecological engagement, media and culture in our ever changing world.
Mr. Robinson is the Associate Curator of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). He earned a PhD at Oxford University in the History of Art and Photography and a BA in Art History at Brown University. Formerly the Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow in the Dept. of Photography at MoMA, he initiated and organized over four years a number of exhibitions and programs. He has served as well as the Editor of Blind Spot magazine, has published a number of articles on photographic history, and has taught at New York University and Yale University.
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. Each participant will be included in the Center’s Main Gallery exhibition and Online Gallery exhibition.
liveBooks Website Award: Valued at $399 each, two artists will receive a one year subscription for a website from liveBooks.com
Juror’s Selection Award: $300 and a Blurb book award from Blurb.com
Director’s Selection Award: $200 and a Blurb book award from Blurb.com
Honorable Mention Award: $100
All exhibitors are included in the Center’s online gallery
Eligibility: The exhibition is open to all 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.
Exhibit Prints: All accepted images submitted for exhibition must be printed and framed or mounted professionally. The Center recognizes that some work is non traditional and incorporates the framing as an integral part of the presentation. To encourage participation by photographers from around the world, the Center offers optional economical printing and framing services. Additional details will be provided upon request.
Entries due: Aug. 17, 2010
Notice of acceptance: Aug. 27, 2010
Exhibition dates: Nov. 5 – 27, 2010
Public / Artists’ Reception: Nov. 5 from 6-9pm
Members: $20 for the first three images.
Non-Members: $35 for the first three images.
Additional images may be submitted for $10 each. There is no limit to the number of images that may be submitted.
Applicants signing up for membership at the time they submit their work for jurying may become a member and meet the entry fee for a total of $77.00 USD.”
From the Soho Photo website:
“Annual Soho Photo Alternative Process Competition.
Download 2010 Prospectus
Soho Photo initiated its Annual Alternative Processes Competition in 2005 with the objective of recognizing the achievements of those photographers who continue to craft their images the way photographers have done since the beginning of the medium. These alternative processes include (but are not limited to) albumen, cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, platinum/palladium, gum bichromate, bromoil, salt print, ambrotype, tintype, image transfer and Ziatype. 19th Century photographic processes dominate this genre, however some modern methods have joined the accepted ranks. Alternative photography results in the creation of one-of-a-kind handmade images, with the imprint of each photographer’s special individuality and artistry.
In previous competitions, jurors have included John Stevenson, Christopher James, Tricia Rosenkilde and Dan Estabrook. The juror for 2009’s competition was Robert A. Schaefer Jr. whose picks resulted in a month-long show featuring the winning photographs of 44 photographers from all over the United States. The winners’ list from that competition is available, 2009 winners.
Soho Photo’s 6th Annual Alternative Competition Show is scheduled for November 2 to 27, 2010.
Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to welcome as the distinguished jurors for this year’s competition, France Scully Osterman and Mark Osterman, who are uniquely qualified to jury the SOHO PHOTO Annual Alternative Processes Competition. They are both fine art photographers and scholars specializing in early photographic processes, most notably, wet-plate collodion. Mark has researched, practiced and taught historic processes for well over 20 years and is currently process historian at George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. France is an artist, writer, and educator at Scully & Osterman Studio and guest scholar at Eastman House.
Submissions should arrive no later than August 16, 2010. See prospectus for submission details.
||Oasis, © Tracey Baran, 2004
Courtesy Leslie Tonkonow Artworks+Projects
The Tracey Baran Award was established to honor the memory and achievement of Tracey Baran, a young photographer who died after a short illness in 2008. This annual award, with a fellowship grant of $5000, will be given to one emerging female photographer who is a citizen of the United States.
The grant recipient will be determined by a review panel based on artistic excellence, accomplishment to date, and the promise of future achievement in the medium.
This award was created by the School of Visual Arts BFA Photography Department and the Estate of Tracey Baran. It was funded by the generous artists who donated to the Tracey Baran Memorial Auction.
Application Deadline: September 1st, 2010
Entry Fee: None
Eligibility: The contest is open to all emerging female photographers who are citizens of the United States. Emerging is defined as not having had a major solo show in a commercial gallery or museum, gallery representation or an advertising campaign.
How To Apply: Go to http://www.callforentry.org, where, you will find a link to the School of Visual Arts-Tracey Baran Award application, along with step-by-step instructions on how to register, which is free and user-friendly. All entries must be submitted online; we will not process any applications we receive by e-mail or standard mail.
A completed application consists of the following information & files:
Portfolio: A portfolio of twenty image files showing representative, recent work, with text descriptions for each: artist’s name, title, year, medium, and dimensions. All images must be saved at 1920 x 1920 pixels and as standard JPEG’s. All images must be under 1.8MB and use RGB color space, preferably sRGB. Because all images must be saved at 1920X1920 pixels, you may use a black mask if the image does not fit to these dimensions. Please refer to https://www.callforentry.org/image_prep.phtml for further information.
Resume / CV
Artist Statement: The purpose of the statement is to give the review panel a better understanding of your work, while they are viewing it. Your statement should be clear, concise and relate to the portfolio you submit.
From the Tilt Gallery website:
4nd Annual Juried Alternative & Historical Process Show
Tilt Gallery, Phoenix, AZ Juror: Anna Strickland
October 1st – October 29th, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, October 1st, 6-9 pm,
Juror Anna Strickland will be joining us for the opening reception.
3rd Friday Art Walk Reception: Friday, October 16th, 6-9 pm
About the Juror: Anna Strickland is a Senior Critic in the Photography Dept. at Rhode Island School of Design where she has taught the Antique and Alternative Processes Class for over two decades. She has also taught the contemporary application of historical processes at a number of other colleges, universities and workshops throughout the US and Europe. Originally trained in antique processes at Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY in the 70’s, she has continuously employed these alternative methods in her installations and other professional productions. She holds a graduate degree from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where she did original research in historical processes as part of her thesis. Her work is found in both private and public collections throughout the US and Europe. One of the courses she teaches every year involves bringing RISD students to Paris to work at Spéos: Paris Photographic Institute. This year she exhibited work from her seminal “Ladder Series” at the Galerie Spéos, which included Platinum/palladium prints. She is currently working on a portfolio of platinum and gum bi-chromate prints.
Eligibility: All prints made using an alternative, historical process are eligible and the exhibition is open to all subject matter. Examples of acceptable include bromoil, albumen, collotype, kallitype, lazertran, anthotype, ziatype, carbon, argyrotype, cyanotype, daguerreotype, gum bichromate, salted paper, photogravure, solarplate, tintype, platinum and palladium, van dyke, hand applied emulsions, wet-plate collodion, and combinations of all of the above. No digital, c-prints, Polaroid or solvent transfers, or gelatin silver prints will be accepted unless combined with an alternative process. For further questions regarding eligible processes e-mail email@example.com. Work should have been completed in the last three years.
Entry Fee: $30 for three images. Send any additional images for $5.00 per image. Check or money order accepted; make check payable to Tilt Gallery.
Deadline for Submissions: All entries must be received by Thursday, August 5th, 2010. Notification of acceptance will be sent on September 12th, 2010. Framed work needs to arrive at the gallery no later than September 24th, 2010.
Award: First place will receive $250 and the artist will be included in a Tilt Gallery retrospective exhibition in 2011 showcasing the past 4-year of Photography Re- Imagined first place winners. Second place will receive $150, and third place will receive $100.”