2006 open juried exhibition call for entries | ITSLIQUID

2006 open juried exhibition call for entries

Calls | May 8, 2006 |

2006 OPEN JURIED EXHIBITION CALL FOR ENTRIES

Open to all artists internationally working in any photographic media—including collage, digital, traditional, alternative, and new media. There is no restriction on subject matter. Artists may enter up to 10 pieces by CD only (no slides or prints). Entry fee is $5 per image; early entry is $3 per image if entry is received by April 22, 2006. Entry fees are waived entirely for Photomedia Center members. Absolutely no entries will be accepted via email. A completed application form is required and must be included with your submission. The acceptable file formats must be either JPEG or TIFF only. Please label images clearly with the work’s title. Files should be no larger than 800 pixels on the image’s longest side at 72 ppi. Label the CD with your name. For notification, you must include either an email address or a self addressed, stamped envelope.
Selected works will be exhibited online at the Photomedia Center, www.photomediacenter.org, during the month of August 2006. One artist will be selected for a solo featured exhibit at the Photomedia Center the following year. Works from the show may be purchased for the Photomedia Center’s permanent collection. Accepted works can be offered for sale during the show. See the prospectus for full guidelines, which can be downloaded as a pdf at www.photomediacenter.org/06Entrycall.html

All entries should be sent to: Photomedia Center, P.O. Box 8518, Erie PA 16505, USA
Postmark deadline for entries: June 10, 2006.

ABOUT THE JUROR
Gary Cardot is an art photographer who teaches photography and art history at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania. For 14 years he was the director of the Cummings Gallery at Mercyhurst. He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history from Ohio University and the University of Massachusetts and an MFA in photography from the California Institute of the Arts. He recently had a one-person show at CEPA Gallery in Buffalo, NY and exhibits regionally and nationally.

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