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CALL for ENTRIES: Hometown

2016 October 23

Learn more about the Hometown Exhibit from L.A. Photo Curator!easy being GREEN

I’m still eating local greens even though it is almost November.  Pressure-cooked mustard & collard greens served with a dash of vinegary hot sauce is a rite of passage in the South.  You aren’t really an adult if you don’t love cooked greens, but I’ve never had a taste for anything except creamed spinach, making me feel like the hometown heel.  But, I am newly-enamored of raw greens.  Everyone yearns for Spring lettuce, but my Fall salads of peppery mustard greens highlight my recent menus–still available locally, and they last forever.  What reminds you of your hometown? This Call wants to see your hometown images.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from L.A. Photo Curator for the Hometown exhibit. $20 entry, no shipping, great prizes plus art publication for ALL entrants. Great opportunity…

Learn more about the Hometown Exhibit from L.A. Photo Curator!CALL for ENTRIES:
from L.A. Photo Curator


“”I am looking for a moment; a real, authentic slice of life. It can be taken anywhere in your hometown or city where you reside. It could be a gathering, an event, a festival or simply at the local market or laundry mat.  There are moments happening all around us, we just have to be open to seeing them.” –from Barb Peacock via

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists

MEDIA: Photography

DEADLINE: October 30, 2016 (Midnight PST)

NOTIFICATION: (and opening date) November 10, 2016

ENTRY FEE: $20 for up to 3. 15% of artist fees go to 2 charities per competition. 7.5% to the curator’s choice of charity and 7.5% to the first place winner’s chosen charity. Peacock has chosen the charity Good Shepard Food Bank of Maine.

CURATOR:  Barb Peacock is a child/lifestyle & assignment photographer living in Portland, ME. She studied fine arts at Boston University School of Fine Arts and photography & filmmaking at The School for the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts University. Peacock started as a street photographer & gradually became a lifestyle photographer.  Her commercial clients include Arm & Hammer, French’s, Disney, Stride Rite, Brookstone, Robeez, Lever 2000,, Scrubs Bugs, Merck Pharmaceutical , Inventive Health, Force of Nature & more.  Editorial clients include People, Newsweek, Real Simple, Family Circle, Oprah, Family Fun, Parenting, Child, Prevention, Shape & more.  Peacock’s images have been licensed by Toyota, Coca-Cola, Walmart, Kodak, Wells Fargo, Tylenol,  & Volkswagen.

SALES: All sales are conducted between the artist & buyer. L.A. Photo Curator does not handle any part of sales. There is no commission.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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