Global / Local / Personal
SUNY New Paltz - New Paltz, NY |
October 06 - October 07, 2018
Call for Work!
SPE Northeast Chapter Conference 2018 Juried Exhibition
Deadline: 7/29, 11:59pm
The Society for Photographic Education Northeast Chapter seeks submissions for a Juried Exhibition at the Palmer Gallery at Vassar College to be held in conjunction with the 2018 Chapter Conference. The exhibition will be juried by our Keynote Speaker, Paul Mpagi Sepuya. Submissions are encouraged, but not required to address the conference theme: Tipping Points: Global / Local / Personal. See below for more information on the theme.
SPE membership is not required as part of this call; we encourage submissions from members and non-members alike. In addition, we encourage submissions by photographers as well as artists using photography as a critical part of their process.
Submission Fees: Free to submit if you are registered to attend the 2018 SPE-Northeast Chapter Conference, otherwise $20 for members and students (discounted rate), and $30 for non-members. This includes 5 images per submission.
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HOW TO SUBMIT:
1. As part of your online submission, please prepare the following:
• Written Project Description: Your name, Project Title, no more than 300 word written description.
• 5 images: Saved as JPEG, sRGB Color, max quality, 1500px long dimension, name your .jpg's this way: lastname_##.jpg (example: johnson_01.jpg)
• Image Information for each piece: Title, Medium, Year, Dimensions
• Proof of conference registration, if applicable: include a jpg/pdf/screenshot of your conference registration email as a free voucher for this submission (see bottom of submission form)
• Proof of SPE Membership or full-time student status, if applicable: include a jpg/pdf/screenshot showing your current SPE Membership or student enrollment status if submitting under the discounted rate (see bottom of submission form).
2. Visit https://form.jotform.com/81636675921162 to submit the materials listed above.
The submission deadline of July 29 is final. Late or incomplete submissions will not be accepted. Exhibiting artists will be notified by August 5. Accepted work must arrive at the Palmer Gallery between 9/25 - 9/28. The SPE Northeast Chapter Reception will be held during the conference on October 6, from 6-8pm.
Please direct any questions about the Juried Exhibition to email@example.com.
NOTE: We are currently also accepting nominations for this year's Honored Educator. Please send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Tipping Points:
The world is facing unprecedented change on multiple fronts -- environmental, technological, sociological, psychological, and political. While historically things are always in flux, the exponential acceleration of so many factors is new to our age, as is the concept of humans propelling irreversible tipping points at a global scale. The world is facing unprecedented change on multiple fronts – environmental, technological, sociological, psychological and political. While historically things are always in flux, the exponential acceleration of so many factors is new to our age, as is the concept of humans propelling irreversible tipping points at a global scale.
The 2018 SPE-NE Chapter Conference addresses the ways in which artists are responding to this rapid acceleration at global, local, and internal levels through photography and related media, and how the photographic medium itself might be implicated in these changes.
- Tipping point (climatology), a point when global climate changes from one stable state to another stable state.
- Tipping point (physics), the point at which an object is displaced from a state of stable equilibrium into a new equilibrium state that is qualitatively dissimilar from the first.
- Tipping point (sociology), the event of a previously rare phenomenon becoming rapidly and dramatically more common.
- Tipping point (systems theory), signifies a critical point after which the system shifts radically and potentially irreversibly into a different equilibrium state.
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