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Midwest Center for Photography   /   Deadline: 02/15/19

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Calling emerging artists to submit for this exhibition opportunity.

This is the seventh year of the EMERGE competition. We are looking to give one $250 EMERGE Fellowship Award and exhibition opportunities to emerging photographers. This fellowship opportunity is geared toward photographers looking to launch their art careers through the exposure of exhibition. Build your exhibition record with this exhibition through entering your photographs and competing for a space in the gallery and the chance to be designated as the 2019 emerging photographer, and receive one year artist representation at MWCP online. As emerging photographers, building an exhibition record is an important aspect in propelling your career, and we feel strongly about offering this annual exhibition to provide this opportunity to photographers. We appreciate all of the talented photographers who entered and the dedication involved in creating the entries.

Selections announced: February 20.

Exhibition dates: March 29 - April 12, 2019.


Midwest Center for Photography, 1215 Franklin, Wichita, KS 67203




Open to all emerging photographers nationwide in the USA. All photographic subject matter and media are welcome; digital inkjet prints, black & white gelatin silver prints, color c-prints, alternative processes, iphone photography, etc...


To enter, submit JPEG files to the gallery via email, and follow the online form at


$250 Emerge Fellowship Award.

Evaluation Criteria

Juror: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, MWCP

Contact Information

Linda Robinson
1215 Franklin
Wichita, KS 67203

P: 316-269-1250

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