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CALL FOR ENTRY: Alternative Process Photography

5th Annual Alternative Process Photography Exhibition

The Image Flow   /   Deadline: 05/01/20

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The Image Flow invites artists to submit work for our fifth annual group exhibition of alternative process photography. Cyanotype, platinum, palladium, gum bichromate, van dyke, photogravure, tintype, ambrotype, wet plate collodion, mordançage, transfers and lifts, salt-prints, hand-painted, original lumens, and any combination of alternative process photography will be considered. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing your wonderful alternative process work!

Location

Accepted entries will be exhibited at:THE IMAGE FLOW401 MILLER AVE, SUITE AMILL VALLEY, CA 94941

Fees

$30 non-refundable registration fee. Artists may submit up to 3 images for review once registered.

Eligibility

This national call for entry is open to all artists living or working in the United States working in alternative photographic processes.
See AlternativePhotography.com for accepted mediums.

Requirements

Only original alternative process prints or plates will be accepted for exhibition, please no digital prints. All entries must be original works of art and entirely the work of the entrant.

Considerations

For more information about submission policies, liability, and consent criteria please visit our Terms & Conditions.

Evaluation Criteria

Juried by: Niniane Kelley, Brian Taylor, Ed Carey, and The Image Flow

Contact Information

Chrysta Giffen
401 MILLER AVE SUITE A
MILL VALLEY, CA 94941

P: 415-388-3569
W: https://theimageflow.com/gallery/call-for-entry-5th-alternative-process-photography/
E: submissions@theimageflow.com

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