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International Juried Exhibition at CPA

Juried by Aline Smithson

Center for Photographic Art   /   Deadline: 09/15/20

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The Center for Photographic Art (CPA) is excited to announce the 2020 International Juried Exhibition with $5,000 in awards! Forty-five juror-selected photographs will be exhibited from November 14 through December 20 in our historic gallery in Carmel, California, and vie for eight cash awards totaling $5,000.

These photographs will also be featured in an online gallery on the CPA website along with an additional forty-five juror selected images. An exhibition catalog of the entire gallery and online exhibition will be available for purchase. An entry discount is available for new and current CPA members.

Location

Carmel, CA

Fees

$40-$60

Eligibility

The 2020 International Juried Exhibition (IJE) is open to all living photographers, worldwide, over the age of 18, working in all still photographic media. There is no theme; any subject matter is eligible. Photographs accepted for previous CPA IJE gallery exhibitions are not eligible.

Requirements

If accepted, we require ready-to-install framed artwork, with the long dimension of the completed piece (including matting and framing) no larger than 30 inches.

Awards

First Place: $2500
Second Place: $1000
Third Place: $500
Four awards of merit: $250 each

Evaluation Criteria

Aline Smithson brings a deep understanding and broad appreciation of diverse photographic styles, genres and mediums to CPA's 2020 International Juried Exhibition.

Contact Information

Ann Jastrab
Sunset Center, San Carlos at 9th Ave
Carmel, CA 93921

P: 3234810065
W: https://photography.org/event/ije-submissions/
E: ann@photography.org

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