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Alan Avery Selects

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Atlanta Photography Group   /   Deadline: 08/25/19

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Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is now taking entries for Alan Avery Selects, APG's feature exhibition for Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), the month-long, citywide photography festival. The exhibition will be juried by Alan Avery, owner and curator of Alan Avery Art Company, the oldest sustained art gallery in Atlanta, which represents works by exciting and technically proficient emerging, mid-career, and internationally established career artists.

Location

Atlanta Photography Group Gallery75 Bennett St NW, B1Atlanta, GA 30309

Fees

$30 - $105

Eligibility

Must be an APG member

Requirements

Requirements
There is no theme for this exhibition. Entrants can submit 2-8 images of their choice. Images do not need to be a part of a single body of work.
Works that have already shown in the APG Gallery are ineligible for this exhibition. Works that have been shown off-site (Photo Buckhead, Airport, Southern Currents, etc.) are eligible.

Awards

Virginia Twinam Smith Award
Each year, two photographs from the Selects exhibition are awarded a $500 cash prize and the photographs are donated to the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) for their permanent collection. Past recipients of the Virginia Twinam Smith Award include: Dale Niles, Tom Meiss, Peter Essick, Malgorzata Florkowska, Joseph Pizzuto, Amanda Greene, Meredith Howard, Jack Lawing, and Jennifer Lawsky.

Evaluation Criteria

Juried by Alan Avery

Contact Information

Judith Pishnery
75 Bennett Street NW, B1
Atlanta,

P: 4046050605
W: https://www.AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org
E: gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

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