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2021 SPE Annual Conference: Imagining Legacy: Archives, Collections, and Memoria

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Aging as Art: A Juried Photography Show

How do you perceive aging today? Is it the thriving lifestyle of seniors taking on new careers, volunteering or being physically active? Or is it the traditional notion of the harsher realities of aging?

The Council on Aging – Southern California, a trusted nonprofit since 1973, presents the 7th annual Aging as Art: A Juried Photography Show. We invite all professional and amateur photographers, 18 years and over, to submit entries that capture the thriving lives of older adults, the beauty in wrinkles, and the dignity of a life well lived.

Photos selected by our esteemed panel of jurors will be exhibited for over 9 million viewers later this year at the Bowers Museum, Newport Beach Central Library and at John Wayne Airport in the Vi Smith Concourse Gallery.

JURORS
• Michele Cardon, Director of Photography, Orange County Register
• Jacques Garnier, Artist President of The Legacy Project
• Laurel Hungerford, Photographer
• Laurie Mirman, Founder/President, Site Services
• Barbara White, Photographer

AWARDS
Professional Prize Package:
Grand Prize - $1,000
Second Prize - $375
Third Prize - $250
2 Honorable Mentions - $75 each

Amateur Prize Package:
Grand Prize - $500
Second Prize - $150
Third Prize - $100
2 Honorable Mentions - $50 each

ENTRY FEE
Submit three digital photographs for an entry fee of $30. Additional images are $10 each, with a maximum of six images total.

APPLY ONLINE
Visit coasc.org/agingasart to review guidelines, fees, and submission details. Submissions are open now until April 30, 2020.Follow us @agingasart on Instagram for daily updates.

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