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HOMEGROWN

International Photography Exhibition

Midwest Center for Photography   /   Deadline: 06/01/20

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During the spring and summer seasons we will be celebrating the warm weather and the growth of new plant life while practicing self-sustainability. HOMEGROWN will feature photographs that represent what it means to embark upon the notion of all things homegrown, from the people who grow, to the products that they produce, to the land itself. We are embracing the local food movement and the concept of growing your own for health and for sustainability. This exhibition will celebrate a range of photographic representations from various takes; such as the locavore, slow food, eat real, and farm to table movements. All photographic interpretations and style are welcomed; images of vegetation, crops, farmers, farmland, farm animals, fruits, vegetables, flowers and all types of plant life are desired.

Exhibition dates: July 6 – 24, 2020

Location

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

Fees

$40

Eligibility

Open to all photographers internationally.

Requirements

To enter: Submit .jpeg images to the gallery via email, and follow the online instructions found on our website at http://www.mwcponline.com/homegrown-entry.html Please note that there is not an image upload form and simply email .jpegs to the gallery email address.

Considerations

Each photograph will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist. Theme based entries are not necessary. A brief artist statement is optional.

Evaluation Criteria

Curator: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, MWCP

Contact Information

Linda Robinson
1215 Franklin
Wichita, KS 67203

W: http://www.mwcponline.com
E: info@mwcponline.org

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