CALL for ENTRIES: Street Photography
My newly-found love of chickpea means… I am going to have to learn how to make felafel. Is it wrong that I’ve always loved felafel street vendors, but I never realized that chickpeas are frequently the primary ingredient? Duh. This next Call honors a street tradition as well. Don’t miss this opportunity…
Check out this Call for Entries from the LH Horton Jr Gallery found on the campus of San Joaquin Delta College (California) for Street Photography. The entry fee is reasonable, and the commission is only 20% on sales. Be inspired…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
The LH Horton Jr Gallery is a non-profit art gallery located on the campus of San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, California. The Gallery provides excellent exhibition opportunities, with over 2000 square feet of exhibition space, an extended 22 ft. ceiling with mounts, and over 1200 visitors to each exhibition.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists residing in the US.
MEDIA: Work made in all photographic processes, traditional and digital, are accepted for entry. Documentary photographs of street scenes are eligible for entry. Documentary photographs of street scenes are eligible for entry. Digital enhancement should be noted in the Process Notes section of the on-line application, and photographic images must be artist’s original work. Fine art photography images should emphasize unique composition, pattern, shape, and color/contrast. Framed photographs may not exceed 42″ width and 60″ height.
NOTIFICATION: September 3, 2012
ENTRY FEE: $30 for 3 work entries. An additional 3 work entries may be purchased for $3 per image.
JUROR: Deborah Klochko has over 25 years experience in photography museums as an educator, director, and curator. Ms. Klochko has curated over thirty exhibitions; was executive editor of see, an award-winning journal of visual culture; and is the founder of Speaking of Light: Oral Histories of American Photographers. Her most recent curatorial effort is Face to Face: Works from the Bank of America Collection.
Ms. Klochko received her Master of Arts in Teaching, Museum Education at George Washington University in Washington, DC and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the Visual Studies Workshop (SUNY) in Rochester, NY.
AWARDS: Best of Show $600, 2nd Place $400, and 3rd Place $300
SALES: All accepted works must be for sale during the show, with the exception of installation works as approved by the Gallery Director. The Gallery is responsible for all sales, and will retain a 20% commission from the sale of artwork.