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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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2019 Member Exhibition with Juror Cecily Cullen

The Center for Fine Art Photography   /   Deadline: 03/25/19

The Center for Fine Art Photography seeks entries to the 2019 Member Exhibition with Juror Cecily Cullen. Cecily is the director and curator of Metro State University's Center for Visual Art. Over the past sixteen years she has curated or organized over 95 contemporary exhibitions and related programming. Many of the exhibitions address global and social issues.

Artist Immersion Saturday: Selected artists receive a free one-on-one portfolio review with the Juror and Executive Director, Hamidah Glasgow the Saturday after the Artist Reception. A private portfolio share, Saturday afternoon, allows selected artists to show and discuss their work with others from the show.

Additionally, a selected artist will be given a complimentary pass to the attend the 2019 Medium Photography Festivals and the Portfolio Reviews.


Fort Collins, CO


Early Submission Deadline: March 17th: $24 for the three images*. Submission Deadline: March 25th: $29 for three images*. *Additional Images may be submitted for $7 each. There is no limit to the number of images that may be submitted.


This call for entry is open to all photographers, world-wide. The Center invites photographers working in all photographic mediums, digital, film, mixed and unique processes to participate.


+ MEDIUM FESTIVAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY REVIEW PASS: Review Pass offers access to the two day review, the keynote lecture and all Saturday lectures. ($595 value) Medium Photo Website

+ Hahnemühle PAPER AWARD 



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1 Year Membership: $35 for Student/Senior and $50 for Individuals

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