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CALL for ENTRIES: Issue 11 Incandescent

2016 November 27

Learn more about Issue 11 from Incandescent Zine!color me STUFFED

The Thanksgiving sea of brown food has passed.  Luckily, my family forgoes the turkey, dressing, gravy & rolls thereby missing out on a good portion of the brownness of it all. I crave color even in my food.  A star of this year’s menu was the beet & clementine salad.  Beets are plentiful year around due to how well they do in cold storage.  If you are one of those folks that swear they dislike beets, make a point to try them fresh roasted.  (Message me for a recipe.)  In the meantime, here’s a call that also craves color.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Incandescent (printed zine) for Issue Eleven.  I want to challenge you to find a way to work with color film.  Sometimes using your voice to speak a different way can lead to new opportunities.  You can do it…

Learn more about Issue 11 from Incandescent Zine!CALL for ENTRIES: Issue 11
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ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Photographic images must have been shot on color film. Editor’s Note: If film isn’t your media & you want to submit, instant film & pinhole cameras are great options.

DEADLINE:  December 15, 2016

NOTIFICATION:  Our experience is that entrants are notified within 2-3 weeks.


JURORS:  Marissa Csanyi holds a BS in Interior Architecture from UNC at Greensboro. She moved from NC to Vancouver, BC to work at the Vancouver Heritage Foundation, a non-profit that supports the conservation of historic buildings in Vancouver. While there she helped to develop a certificate program to teach homeowners how to care for their historic homes. Marissa currently lives in Portland, OR. She spends her free time in the wilderness of the Pacific NW with her dog, Frances.

Helen Jones graduated from Massachusetts College of Art with a BFA in Photography. Post college she returned to her hometown of Brattleboro, Vermont where she assisted with Through the Music, an eclectic gallery, featuring emerging artists. She also co-taught at In-Sight Photography Project, a non-profit providing photo classes to youth regardless of ability to pay. Helen now lives in Portland, OR. Her work can be seen in the recent PIP publication, “Good Days Gone Cold Days”.

AWARD:  Inclusion in a printed zine of very small editions.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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