CALL for ENTRIES: Windows & Mirrors
I recently had dinner in a mirrored dining room. Really? Really? Who wants that? Eating is not the sensual, love fest portrayed in movies (not if you’re doing it right, ha). Save the mirrors for your artwork folks–like this next Call. Don’t miss this opportunity…
Check out the Call for Entries from the PhotoPlace Gallery (Middlebury, VT) for Windows & Mirrors. This entry fee is extremely reasonable, and I love the opportunities offered by this theme. Take a look…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
Windows & Mirrors
ELIGIBILITY: All artists age 18+
MEDIA: Photographs that use windows and/or mirrors in a creative way. For example, a window can offer a reflected subject or be used as a framing element in a composition. A mirror can present two different realities simultaneously, or present an altered view of reality. Photographs can include both a window and a mirror, or just feature one of the two.
DEADLINE: August 27, 2012
NOTIFICATION: Approximately three weeks after the deadline
JURORS: Elizabeth Corden and Jan Potts, co-owners of Corden|Potts Gallery–are both active photographers who have exhibited their work in solo and group shows around the country. They have also curated photographic exhibits since the late 1990s.
Corden and Potts came to realize long ago that there are all too few galleries dedicated to showing the work of top-notch contemporary photographers and, of those galleries that existed back when they were starting out, a huge percentage have disappeared. In response, they have now decided to put their experiences as photographers and as curators into practice to help fill this void.
SALES: Artists exhibiting at the gallery may offer their work for sale. PhotoPlace retains 40% commission.