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Month: November 2015 (page 2 of 2)

Emerging Artist Photo Contest

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Emerging Photographers is an annual competition that gives photography students, apprentice photographers and those just beginning their careers a unique opportunity to share their vision and talent with the world. Selected photographers will have their images featured in the Emerging Photographers’ portfolio published in Photo Life’s February/March 2016 issue. This competition is open for entries through 11:59 p.m. EST on November 16, 2015.

Call for Submissions: Jan 4, 2016


Photo Program Alumni & Curator Dainesha Nugent-Palache is currently seeking artworks by (queer) emerging artists dealing with themes of identity, nationality, and diaspora to be shown in an exhibition at Xpace Cultural Centre, June 24-Aug. 6, 2016.

The direct focus of this exhibition is the threat of discrimination, violence and imprisonment due to the intersection of one’s queer identity and nationality, with the intent to uncover and expose the often hidden faces of queerness. Existing pieces and works in process, in all mediums will be considered. Works must be ready for exhibition by June 10, 2016.

Deadline: Midnight, Monday January 4, 2016.

Electronic submissions can be sent to: suppressed.oppressed@gmail.com

Please include:
1. Artist statement
2. Project description including technical requirements
3. Short bio (100 words max.)
4. CV
5. 3-5 images or videos of existing work/examples of proposed work and past work as support, along with a list of this support material.

File formats:
Written material: PDF
Images: JPG, 72 dpi
Video: MOV or web-accessible link(s)

E-mail: Dainesha at suppressed.oppressed@gmail.com for any further inquiries.

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