Erin Malone will participate in the 3rd Annual Juried Holga Show at the Photomedia Center in Erie, Pennsylvania. The show is online indefinitely and a print from each artist is in their permanent print collection. http://www.photomediacenter.org/Holga3/Holga3show.html
Erin Malone will participate in the 2010 International Juried Plastic Camera Show at Rayko Photo Center.
Opening Reception is Friday February 26, 6-8pm, Rayko Photo Center, 428 Third Street San Francisco
Alan George presents a selection of 15 photographs from his series “Wheeled Estates”. Opening Reception is Friday, January 22 from 6 – 8PM, Rayko Photo Center, 428 Third Street San Francisco. http://raykophoto.com/?page_id=37
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Field Trip
Meet in parking lot of Moss Beach off Highway 1 north of Half Moon Bay
Charlotte Niel will participate in the Plates to Pixels 3rd Annual International Juried Exhibition: Body Pulses. Charlotte received an Honorable Mention for her image: Genesis. Show can be viewed on-line at www.platestopixels.com/bodypulses.htm
Charlotte Niel will participate in the juried Texas Photographic Society Show at the Southern Light Gallery, Amarillo, titled “Our Town: Amarillo”.
Charlotte has two images in the show. Exhibit will travel throughout the U.S. for one year.
LANDSCAPES • UNFEIGNED OR ILLUSORY
Submission Deadline: March 8, 2010
A landscape, as defined by this Call for Entry, can be representational or nonrepresentational, urban, suburban or rural.
Begin Accepting Entries: 15 January 2010
Deadline for Entry: 8 March 2010
Results Announced: 18 March 2010
On Exhibit: 23 April -13 June 2010 at the Mpls Photo Center
Opening Reception: 23 April 2010
Exhibit Juror: Todd Brandow
Cost for Entry: $35 for the first 5 images submitted; $10 for each additional image
The Nocturnes.com invites all interested artists to enter their latest online Night Photography Exhibition, The Panocturnists. This competition is open to all Night Photographers, all photo media – digital, pinhole, glass plate, film cameras…
Entry Fee $25 for up to 3 entries; each additional entry is $5. ‘hard copy’ of entry form and fee due Jan. 30th.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS – FEBRUARY 1, 2010
2010 ” ALAMEDA ON CAMERA” – 48 Hrs, 48 Artists, 48 Pcs of the Map
A Juried City-wide Event Challenge & Exhibit
48 photo-based artists explore and document Alameda neighborhoods, favorite places, and secret hideaways. Traditions and cherished nostalgia, families, friends, and town characters, share the lens with candid shots of our skeletons and dirty laundry.
All “photo-based” artwork mediums and techniques welcome! Traditional, contemporary and experimental photo-based 2D, 3D, functional, decorative, wearable and jewelry artwork included. All photographic techniques and mediums welcome, including but not limited to, new photographic mediums, photo transfer, digital, Polaroid, snapshots, collage, pieces of film, altered books, assemblage, textile, creative manipulations, etc.
The Forty-eight Hour Photography Challenge Event: Forty-eight selected Artists will photograph a unique geographic area of Alameda between 9PM Friday, February 27 and 9PM Sunday, March 1.
Alameda On Camera Exhibit: Each of the forty-eight artists will exhibit their final artwork pieces created from the photographic images taken during the challenge event.
Application/prospectus: Alameda on Camera.
David Broom will be participating in the traveling exhibition The Seduction of Duchamp, Bay Area Artists’ Response, investigating the influence and legacy of Marcel Duchamp on San Francisco Bay Area artists. A curated exhibition of 36 artists work at the ArtZone 461 Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.
Charlotte Niel will participate in the 24th International Show juried by Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, Museum of Modern Art, NY.
Opening reception is from 6-8pm on Friday, January 15th. Visual Arts Center, 68 Elm Street, Summit, NJ 07901
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