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Call for Entries: Context 2018

An open call for lens-based work

Filter Photo   /   Deadline: 01/14/18

Filter Photo is pleased to announce Context 2018, our annual spring open call for lens-based work. This year the exhibition will be juried by April M. Watson, Curator of Photography at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Context 2018 will open March 16, 2018, at Filter Space and will remain open through April 28, 2018. A juror's choice award and an honorable mention will be awarded.

All types of photographic and lens-based work will be considered, including short videos (maximum 10 minutes). You may submit any combination of images or video links, up to a total of five. The cost to submit to Context 2018 is $30.00 for up to five entries. The juror's choice award comes with a $500 cash prize.

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Open Theme:

Juror and curator April M. Watson will consider all types of photographic work for this fourth annual survey exhibition of contemporary photography. This open theme allows for the widest understanding of the medium and current photographic practices. She is open to all interpretations and will accept photography and video.

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Important Dates:

January 14 – Submissions are due

Late January – Entrants are notified of juror's decision

March 9 – Accepted work must arrive at the gallery – 2D work must be framed

March 16th, 6 – 9 pm – Artists' Reception and Exhibition Opens

April 28 – Exhibition Closes

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To learn more and submit your work, follow this link: http://filterphoto.org/call-for-entries-context-2018/

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