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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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Dreamscapes and Visions

Susan Burnstine, juror

PhotoPlace Gallery   /   Deadline: 03/16/20

Photography can make visible scenes that never existed outside the photographer's imagination, providing artists with the ability to share dreams, fabricate stories, and delve into self-reflection. For this exhibition, we seek images that bring us into your world of dreams and fantasies. All captures and processes welcome.

Location

PhotoPlace Gallery's mission is to support contemporary fine art photography as a means of creative expression and cultural insight. PhotoPlace Gallery sponsors exhibition opportunities through international juried exhibits in Middlebury, Vermont, through its published exhibition catalogs, and on its website.

Fees

$39 for up to 5 images, $6 each additional

Eligibility

Open to all photographers. To reduce costs to photographers and encourage international participation, we offer free matting and framing to all exhibitors for the duration of the exhibit.

Requirements

See link below for details and submission. Submission deadline is midnight, March 16, 2020. Digital files only, submitted through our website. https://photoplacegallery.com/online-juried-shows/dreamscapes-and-visions/

Awards

We are very pleased that Susan Burnstine will be the juror for Dreamscapes and Visions. She will select 35 images for exhibition in our Middlebury, Vermont gallery and another 35 for our Online Gallery. All 70 images will be reproduced in the exhibition catalog.

Contact Information

James Barker
3 Park Street
Middlebury, VT

W: https://photoplacegallery.com
E: photos@photoplacegallery.com

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