Category: Opportunities With Submission Fees


Open Call | Light Work Artist-in-Residence Program (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: 1 July

Every year Light Work invites between twelve and fifteen artists to come to Syracuse to devote one month to creative projects. Over 360 artists have participated in Light Work’s Artist-in-Residence Program, and many of them have gone on to achieve international acclaim.

The residency includes a $5,000 stipend, a furnished artist apartment, 24-hour access to our state-of-the-art facilities, and generous staff support. Work by each Artist-in-Residence is published in a special edition of Contact Sheet: The Light Work Annual along with an essay commissioned by Light Work. Work by former Artists-in-Residence is also part of the Light Work Collection.

Our international residency program is open to all artists working in photography or image-based media, from any country. While submissions are open throughout the year, our main selection committee review is in late summer for early fall notifications (by October). Applications must be submitted by the posted deadline.

There is an application fee of $10.

For more information and application details: www.lightwork.org/air/apply/


Open Call | InktoberFest, Visual Arts Festival, Wicklow (Submission Fee)

Submission deadline: Friday 1 September 2017

Submissions are now open second annual InktoberFest visual arts festival in Wicklow Town. The project will take place from the 6th – 8th October, 2017.

InktoberFest is a new contemporary art festival in Wicklow, which in its first year (2016) exhibited 26 Irish and international artists over four spaces. We are looking to build upon the successes of the 2016 event while also trying some new things out, all with the hope to expose, challenge and enlighten people to the joys of contemporary visual art.

As in 2016, the festival will be formed by an arts trail of exhibitions in varying spaces through Wicklow town. Beginning in a large hall and moving on to various other venues and vacant shops.

The Hall will act as typical gallery white space and host most of the selected work. The vacant shop spaces are intended for individual artists/ groups to create autonomous exhibitions. We are seeking work and proposals for both types of spaces.

All submissions via website- inktober.org/submissions

InktoberFest is a new festival and has limited financial means. In order to sustain and grow this event it is required we charge a €10 application fee. This will be used to directly subsidise the administrative costs, IT resources and space to process applications. Any surplus in this fund will be diverted into the practical installation costs of InktoberFest. All work for the festival is done by volunteers.

There will also be a 25% commission on any work sold through the festival. All funds raised through this will go directly towards
InktoberFest 2018 as means to perpetuate the Festival as an annual event.


Open Call to UK Based Artists | Griffin Art Prize 2017 (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: 3 July

Griffin Gallery calls for entries to the sixth edition of the Griffin Art Prize, an exhibition and studio award in painting and drawing open to UK based artists graduated since 2010.

Designed to have a meaningful impact on the career of one emerging artist, the Griffin Art Prize provides the time, space and materials from Winsor & Newton, Liquitex and Conté à Paris to create new work in 2018, culminating in a showcase at Griffin Gallery, London in November.

The judges of the Griffin Art Prize 2017 are: artist Ansel Krut, Lindéngruppen owner and chairman, Jenny Lindén Urnes, Griffin Gallery head curator Becca Pelly-Fry, Elephant magazine editor Robert Shore.

The judges will be looking for excellence and innovation in painting and drawing. Twenty long listed artists will be announced in August and have their work featured on www.griffingallery.co.uk. The judges then select ten short-listed artists to exhibit in a group show in November 2017 at Griffin Gallery, a high profile exhibition visited by collectors, curators and other art world professionals.

New for 2017 one outstanding candidate will benefit from the Griffin Art Prize at their location of choice within the UK. The winner will receive:

  • a cash stipend of £5000
  • £2000 of studio rent
  • Materials of choice from Winsor + Newton, Liquitex and Conté à Paris up to value £3000
  • A showcase of new work at the Griffin Art Prize shortlist exhibition at Griffin Gallery in November 2018
  • A professional support programme including; mentoring from an arts professional, technical advice from chemists in the
  • Innovation and Development laboratory, studio visits from head curator Becca Pelly-Fry and the Griffin Gallery team.

The prize is open to UK artists practicing in painting and drawing and graduated since 2010. Artists have until July 3rd 2017 to submit their applications of four recent artworks, artists’ statement and CV.

Please note: there is a £15 application fee.

For more information and application details: griffingallery.co.uk/griffin-art-prize


Open Call | Aesthetica Art Prize 2017, UK (Submission Fee)

Application Deadline: 31 August

The 11th Aesthetica Art Prize is Now Open for Entries. Hosted by Aesthetica Magazine, the Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. It offers both emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider audience, and further their engagement with the international art world. The Judging Panel enhances its position in the industry, bringing together specialists from leading cultural institutions.

The award attracts thousands of entries in a range of innovative media from locations as diverse as Australia, Germany, India, Japan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, the UK and the USA. 2016’s finalists include Rachel Ara, founder of the artists collective [ALLOY]; Liz West, recipient of the Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award; and Ellie Davies, who has since shown new and recent works in the exhibition Into the Woods at Crane Kalman, London.

Prizes

There are two awards for entry: the Main Art Prize and the Emerging Art Prize. The Emerging Art Prize is open to current students and artists who have graduated within the last two years. The Main Art Prize is open to all, including those eligible for the Emerging Art Prize.

Main Art Prize

  • £5,000 prize money for the winner
  • Group exhibition hosted by Aesthetica
  • Editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine
  • Publication in Future Now: 100 Contemporary Artists
  • £250 art supplies vouchers courtesy of Winsor & Newton
  • Art books courtesy of Prestel

Emerging Art Prize

  • £1,000 prize money for the winner
  • Group exhibition hosted by Aesthetica
  • Editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine
  • Publication in Future Now: 100 Contemporary Artists
  • £150 art supplies vouchers courtesy of Winsor & Newton
  • Art books courtesy of Prestel

Please note there is a submission fee of £24 (GBP) for one entry. If you are shortlisted or longlisted for the Prize you will be asked to supply a high resolution image of your artwork for inclusion in the accompanying publication. If you are shortlisted for the Prize, you will be asked to supply your artwork for the exhibition in York, UK. Artists selected for the exhibition will be responsible for all transportation (delivery and collection) and insurance costs of artworks.

For more information see: www.aestheticamagazine.com/art-prize/


Deadline Extension | Royal Ulster Academy Annual Exhibition 2017 (Submission Fee)   Recently updated !

Deadline Extended to 30 June 2017

This year’s Annual Exhibition will be held at the Ulster Museum, Belfast from 6th October 2017 to 7th January 2018 and will once again be sponsored generously by KPMG, the leading Accounting and Professional Advisory Firm. The exhibition will showcase original works across the disciplines of the visual arts by emerging and established artists.

Over £7,000 in prize money will be awarded to exhibiting artists of merit. Independent adjudicator Arthur Watson PRSA, will select recipients of the Academy’s gold, silver and bronze medal prizes. All other prizes will be awarded by the prize sponsors.

Entry to the exhibition includes an online short-listing process. Artists can enter a maximum of 3 works in any medium. Submitted work must be for sale, with the exception of one portrait piece per artist.

These works will be reviewed by a selection panel and results circulated by 18th August 2017 (please note that short-listing does not guarantee final selection).

Please Note: Fees are £15 per artwork for the first two works and £10 for the third work entered. Students are offered a reduced rate of £10 for the first two works entered and £7.50 for the third work. Your student number must appear on your online entry form for this reduction to apply.

To enter the exhibition please visit: www.royalulsteracademy.org/annual-exhibition
If you need help and assistance during your application process, please call +44 (0)28 90320819 or email info@royalulsteracademy.org


Open Call | Skerries Artwaves Exhibition 2017 (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: 18 August, 5pm

Open to artists of all levels living/working in Fingal

Artists and designers are invited to submit up to 3 works under the following categories;

– Fine Art
– Design
– Applied Arts

Within those categories there will be the ability to further select sub-categories from the following visual arts disciplines that best describe the artwork(s) which may be submitted.
Performance; Sculpture; Painting; Drawing; Installation; Site Specific Film/Video; Illustration; Photography; Artist books; Graphic Design; Product Design; Furniture Design; Interactive; Jewellery/Silversmithing; Textiles; Print-making; Animation; Ceramics; Glass; and also a catch all ‘Other’ option as well.

Exhibition runs from 11 to 24 September at various locations around Skerries.

Transport of works is the responsibility of the artist. The opening reception, installation of works is covered by ArtWaves.
Although we have our own festival insurance we have advised all artists to have their own insurance also.

Artwaves aims to:

Provide a platform for artistic engagement between local artists and the community.
Promote audience participation inclusive of multi-cultural and multi-disciplined artistic practices.
Develop a strong artistic vision that is key to sustaining art at a local level for the community.

Please Note: There is a €5 submission fee – this is for printing professional quality mounted information to be placed beside each work exhibited around the town. Work sold during and as a result of this exhibition is subject to 15% commission on the selling price. For full terms and conditions see: culturefestskerries.com/terms-conditions

For more information and application details: culturefestskerries.com/artwaves/


Open Call | SURVEYOR Exhibition, Solstice Arts Centre, Navan (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: Friday 9 June, 4pm

Solstice Arts Centre would like to invite artists living in or from County Meath to submit works of all disciplines for inclusion in our sixth SURVEYOR open exhibition. SURVEYOR serves to support value and encourage artists in the development of their practice and creative career. This exhibition presents a selection of current contemporary visual arts practice throughout the county.

This year will see the continuation of the ‘Solstice Visual Arts Award’ which has a value of €1500. This will be awarded to a work of distinction in any medium.

Entry fee is €10 (per artist). There is a limit of 3 submissions per artist.

All application forms must be completed and returned to Solstice. Address soft copies to carol.oconnor@solsticeartscentre.ie clearly titled “SURVEYOR Application 2017”. Alternatively, hard copies can be addressed to: Surveyor, Carol O’ Connor, Solstice Arts Centre, Railway Street, Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland.

Work will be selected by an independent curator. This year’s curator is Artist Dr. Brian Fay, DIT.

Opening of Exhibition will be on Saturday 1st July at 2.30pm.
The drop off date for work is 11am- 4pm Saturday 24th June.

For more information and to download application form: www.solsticeartscentre.ie/current-exhibitions.html


Open Call | National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2017 (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: 30 June

The National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest is open for entries for 2017 and photographers in selected countries are invited to participate.

The organizers are looking for images that show us the world: its people, places, and cultures. Photos that tell the story of a place and travel moments that reveal what inspires you.

Photos can be entered to three categories—Nature, Cities, People—for the chance to win amazing prizes and be named the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year — winner will be taken to a Galápagos expedition for two with National Geographic Expeditions.

Each category will feature three winners:
• First place $2,500
• Second place $750
• Third place $500

Contest is open only to individuals who have reached the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence at the time of entry and who reside in the 50 United States, India, Canada (excluding Quebec), United Kingdom, Australia, Austria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Bangladesh, China, Japan, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Indonesia, Spain, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sweden, Turkey, Switzerland and Taiwan.

National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest 2017 – Entry Fee
The entry fee in 2017 is $15 per entry.

For more information and to apply online: travel.nationalgeographic.com/photographer-of-the-year-2017/


Open Call | Sunny Art Award 2017, London (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: 20 June

Sunny Art Centre is accepting submissions for 2017, for its international art competition – the Sunny Art Award.

The competition is open for a variety of submissions which can range from two-dimensional works such as paintings, drawings and photographs, to three-dimensional sculptures, ceramics and jewellery.

A total cash fund of £6,000 is awarded to the art prize winners, £3,000 of which are reserved for the First Prize winner. Group exhibitions will also be held at the Sunny Art Centre in London, as well as at the Haidian District Art Centre in Beijing, Chen Centre for Contemporary Art in Beijing, the AIP Art Centre in Guangzhou or the Blanc Art Gallery in Macau.

The competition is open to all artists from around the world, aged 18 years or over as of 10th April 2016. Each artist is allowed up to four (4) entries.

The Sunny Art Award 2017 exhibition will run at Sunny Art Centre, London (near the British Museum, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Museum of London) from 1st August to 31th August 2017.

Sunny Art Centre is dedicated to fostering an understanding of fine art from various perspectives and social viewpoints.

Sunny Art Award 2017 Entry Fee
The entry fee for this competition is £25 for one artwork, £32 for two artworks, £40 for three artworks and £45 for four artworks.

All artists are responsible for delivering their artwork to Sunny Art Centre; artists must also arrange collection of art works from Sunny Art Centre after the exhibition period. Alternatively Sunny Art Centre can arrange the return of artworks to the artist for an agreed upon packaging and delivery fee. If at any time during the exhibition period the artwork requires shipping to another location, Sunny Art Centre will cover all costs.

For more information and application details see: www.sunnyartcentre.co.uk/artprize


Open Call | Cairde Visual 2017, Sligo (Submission Fee)

The deadline for receipt of applications: 12 June

Submissions are now being accepted for this year’s Cairde Visual. In 2013, a group of established Sligo based artists came together with Cairde Sligo Arts Festival with an aim to create a significant, international open submission exhibition for the North West. Cairde Visual was born and the first annual submission took place in The Hyde Bridge Gallery in 2014.

The move of Cairde Visual to The Model for 2017 is an exciting development for all concerned. Director of Cairde Sligo Arts Festival, Tara McGowan, believes that the collaboration with The Model will further enhance the reputation of the annual exhibition.

Guidelines and submission forms are available at www.cairdefestival.com and also at The Model reception desk.

Please Note: Submission fees are €10 for one piece, €15 for two pieces and €20 for three.

Cairde Arts Festival takes place from 9 to 15 July.

Please direct Further Enquiries to: cairdevisual@hotmail.com


Water | International Photography Call for Entry, US (Submission Fee)

Deadline: 28 June 2017

Theme: Water
Water is a prominent theme in the art of photography both visually and conceptually and across a multitude of photographic genres. We welcome images about water issues and images of water in all it’s many forms, e.g. fog, oceans, snow, drought, etc. All artist renditions on the water theme, genres, capture types and photographic processes are eligible for the exhibition.

Juror: Jennifer Murray
Jennifer Murray is the Executive Director of Filter Photo where she directs the planning of Filter Photo Festival as well as programming at Filter Space gallery. She is a founding member of the Chicago-based curatorial collective The Exhibition Project, which curates photography related exhibitions engaging new audiences with emerging artists. She was Director of Averill and Bernard Leviton A+D Gallery, at Columbia College Chicago for eleven years where she organized a broad range of exhibitions in art and design.
Jurors Award: $400
Director’s Award: $200
Honorable Mention Awards: 1-year membership and submission to a Call for Entry.

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Open Call | Claremorris Open Exhibition 2017 (Submission Fee)

Deadline: Friday 9 June 2017

The Claremorris Open Exhibition is accepting applications for new and site specific works for COE 2017: Celebrating 40 Years, adjudicated by Tom Morton, contributing editor of Frieze. Applications can be downloaded directly from the home page of our website: https://coearts.org/

Artists working in any medium are encouraged to apply, including: painting, print, sculpture, installation, photography, video, light, sound, performance and multimedia.
Works will be sited in a range of public spaces and venues in Claremorris. These sites will include gallery spaces, disused and operational business premises, public and private venues in the town centre. Appropriate locations for general submissions will be
identified after the initial selection process

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Small Works Exhibition | Photographic Call for Entry, US (Submission Fee)

Deadline: 31 May 2017

THEME | Small Works
We love small presentations that become coveted art objects. All works chosen for this exhibition, must be presented at 12 inches or less. All genres, subjects, capture types and photographic processes both historic and modern as well as mixed media and unique presentations are eligible for selection by the juror, Kat Kiernan.

JUROR | Kat Kiernan
Kat Kiernan is the Editor-in-Chief of the photography publication Don’t Take Pictures. Kiernan’s writing has been published in many books and publications including Art New England Online, Feature Shoot, Big, Red, and Shiny, and Lenscratch. In 2015 she received the Rising Star Award from the Griffin Museum of Photography for her contributions to the photographic community. In 2012 Photoboite Agency named her one of 30 emerging women photographers under 30 to watch.

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EP’17 Call for Entries | Exchange of Prints 2017, Galway Print Studios (Submission Fee)

1 August 2017

Galway Print Studios annual Print Exchange is back. EP’17 is a unique opportunity for artists to connect with other artists and printmakers across Ireland. It is an exciting way for you to grow a collection of contemporary fine art while also promoting your work. Participants will produce an edition of twelve prints in any theme. You will then receive ten randomly selected prints from other participants in the exchange. Galway Print Studio will retain one print for our archive and one print to be exhibited in The Black Gate Cultural Centre Galway, in August of 2017.

The cost of taking part in the Print Exchange is €16 and if you have any questions please email the EP’17 team at info@galwayprintstudio.ie
For full details visit www.galwayprintstudio.ie/exchange-of-prints-2017/


Open Call | Sonic Reflections, New Adventures in Sound Art, Canada

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme Sonic Reflections for consideration in New Adventures in Sound Art’s 2018 programming.

Sound by its nature reflects in different ways depending on the environment in which it is experienced. These reflections help to give a place its character but they also can obscure elements of an environment. NAISA would like to celebrate the opening of its new facility – NAISA North Media Arts Centre – in South River Ontario with programming that is reflective of the past as well as using that reflection to inform future possibilities. For its 2018 programming, NAISA is interested in submissions that address the notion of Sonic Reflections and creative ways that this can be shared.

Preference in programming will be given to works that respond in some way to the theme Sonic Reflections. Individual interpretations or variations on the theme are encouraged, but should be realized with sound as the primary component. NAISA would also like to encourage artists to submit works on the theme for performance, interactive installation exhibit, audio-visual screening, radio or internet broadcast, telematics, VR/gaming, mobile experiences and any other emerging or alternative formats that include sound as a primary element. Please complete in full the online submission form and upload your audio by midnight on June 30, 2017.

Please Note: there is a $5 submission fee in order to defray the cost of processing the submissions. All works chosen for presentation will receive an artist fee. Only those artists being considered for presentation will be contacted.

Go to naisa.ca/opportunities/calls-for-submissions/ for full information and on-line application


Open Call | IMPRESSIONS Printmaking Show 2017, Galway (Submission Fee)

Deadline: 12 May

In 2017 IMPRESSIONS will return to its more usual remit of exhibiting original prints. This will take place during the Galway International Arts Festival in July. It will be hosted by Galway Mayo Institute of Technology at the Centre for Creative Arts and Media.

Artists are invited to submit up to three works online to be considered by our invited curator Jason Hicklin.

A non-refundable handling fee of €12 per print must be paid on submission.

The IMPRESSIONS committee welcomes new approaches and all forms of printmaking from the traditional to the innovative. We only ask that the medium of print be the originating process and crucial to the finished outcome. Please feel free to contact us if you are submitting something unusual so we can give ample consideration to how and if it can be displayed within the restrictions of this exhibition. However, we are not interested in exhibiting printed reproductions of work already made in another medium e.g. a photographic reproduction of a painting, even if it is signed and numbered in limited edition. We would ask people not to submit work of this kind.
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Deadline Reminder | PhotoIreland 2017 Events (Submission Fee)

Deadline: 10 April, midnight

Deadline reminder for:
Open Programme
Open Call for the Marsh’s Library
The Recount of Conflict Open Call

The Open Programme
The Open Programme offers artists, photographers, curators and organisations the chance to put forward your scheduled events and join the festival programme. PhotoIreland welcome submissions of events relating to Photography and contemporary image culture, from national and international individuals and organisations, looking to develop their own events in Ireland during the month of May. The events could be exhibitions, installations, performances, films, shorts, videos, talks or workshops. All participants will be featured in the festival catalogue and website, and will receive festival catalogues to distribute during the event.

There is a contribution fee of €125 towards the marketing materials, payable by bank transfer or Paypal.

PhotoIreland will not assign venues though the Open Programme and encourage you to look at the maps in the previous editions of the festival and consider getting in contact with the venues listed in previous Open Programmes.

Open call for the Marsh’s Library
PhotoIreland Festival invites national and international, emerging and established photographers to submit to the 8th edition of the PhotoIreland Festival, taking place in May 2017. This year, rather than a particular theme or concept, artists are invited to engage with a particular space: Marsh’s Library.

One selected artist will be exhibited at Marsh’s Library as part of the main exhibitions of this year’s edition.
Please note there is an administration fee of €10 per submission.

The Recount of Conflict Open Call
PhotoIreland Festival is calling artists to submit work that was created to examine any type of conflict and its effects, to be exhibited at Pallas Projects, 4 to 14 May 2017.

The Recount of Conflict is open to projects focused on the disruption of the everyday life of individuals, families, communities, organisations, countries, etc. Whether dealing with ‘race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status’, established and emerging artists are welcome to put forward their works.

Please note, there is an administration fee of €10 per submission.

PhotoIreland Festival will pay artists fees to the artists selected according to standard guidelines and individual agreements with each artist. PhotoIreland Festival will cover the costs of designing, printing and distributing any materials. PhotoIreland Festival will cover no costs incurred in regards to travel, accommodation, subsistence, and so on, unless otherwise stated.

Should you have any further questions, please contact pif.submissions@gmail.com
For more information please visit: festival.photoireland.org/year-2017/


Open Call | PhotoIreland Festival 2017: The Recount of Conflict (Submission Fee)

Deadline: 10 April, midnight

PhotoIreland Festival is calling artists to submit work that was created to examine any type of conflict and its effects, to be exhibited at Pallas Projects, 4 to 14 May 2017.

The Recount of Conflict is open to projects focused on the disruption of the everyday life of individuals, families, communities, organisations, countries, etc. Whether dealing with ‘race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status’, established and emerging artists are welcome to put forward their works.

PhotoIreland are particularly interested in looking at personal recounts, dramatisations, re-contextualisations of the events that once took place. The selected project or projects will be on display at Pallas Projects and the exhibition will be part of the main exhibitions of this year’s edition.

Please note, there is an administration fee of €10 per submission.

PhotoIreland Festival will pay artists fees to the artists selected according to standard guidelines and individual agreements with each artist.

PhotoIreland Festival will cover the costs of designing, printing and distributing any materials. PhotoIreland Festival will cover no costs incurred in regards to travel, accommodation, subsistence, and so on, unless otherwise stated.

Submission details and  full terms and conditions are attached to the Application Form, which can be downloaded here: festival.photoireland.org/2017/news/conflict/

Should you have any further questions, please contact pif.submissions@gmail.com


Open Call | RDS Craft Awards 2017 (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: June 14

RDS Craft Awards 2017 is now open for online entries. Showcasing and rewarding excellence in Irish craft since 1968, the RDS Craft Awards is a two strand open competition with an independent panel of craft experts assessing the work of emerging and established craftspeople separately.

The top prize winners in each strand will receive the RDS Awards of Excellence which come with a cash prize €5,000. Ten category prize winners in both emerging and established maker strands will receive €500 sponsored by the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland. There are also many other prizes on offer including a €2,000 award specifically for graduates and a free stand for an emerging maker at the 2017 National Crafts and Design Fair worth €2,500.

With categories ranging from woodturning and jewellery, to furniture, ceramics and textiles, the Awards are an important celebration of indigenous design and endeavour, and follow an RDS tradition of promoting and supporting the development of Irish craft which dates back to the nineteenth century.

Winning and selected entries will be shown at the RDS Craft Awards Exhibition which will be exhibited prior to and during the 2017 Dublin Horse Show August 9-13. Award winners will be exhibited at the National Crafts and Design Fair, RDS, in December, 2017.

An entry fee of €15 applies. The entry fee for students/emerging makers is €10 and evidence of their status will be required.

For more information and details on prizes and how to enter please visit www.rds.ie/craft


Open Call | C4FAP Photography as Response, USA (Submission Fee)

Application deadline: 26 April

Theme | Photography As Response
Photographic art as response to environmental concerns, human rights, personal freedoms, religions, governments and the global human condition. Send us your photo-based work that fits the call. All genres, subjects, capture types and photographic processes both traditional and unique are eligible for selection by the juror. Let’s start some much needed conversations!

Juror | Christy Havranek
Christy Havranek is the Photo Director at the Huffington Post.

Founded in 2004 by photographers, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit photography organization.

Juror’s Award: $400
Director’s Award: $200
Honorable Mention Awards: 1-year membership and submission to a Call for Entry.

In addition artists’ selected for the exhibition will also receive:

  • Promotion on The Center’s large social media platforms.
  • Professional installation images for your use.
  • In-gallery and online exhibition with links to artists’ websites
  • Press releases are sent to artists’ choice of media outlets.

Notice Of Acceptance | May 11, 2017
Exhibition Dates | October 5 – November 11, 2017

Please note there is an Entry Fee of $36 for the first three images.

For more information see: http://www.c4fap.org/exhibitions/photography-as-response/

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