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Midwest Center for Photography   /   Deadline: 08/01/19

The 11TH ANNUAL NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY FELLOWSHIP COMPETITON - "DEVELOPED WORK" exhibition features current and relevant work of national photographers that help define the pulse of contemporary photography in the United States. "Developed Work" has become established as the premier exhibition at MWCP for featuring some of the most important creative photographic work of the year. Competition for "Developed Work" is based upon a thematically developed body of work. Selected photographers will demonstrate successful representation of working with a concept and developing it into a solid framework resulting in a thematically developed body of photographic work.

Exhibition dates: October 4 – October 25, 2019


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




The competition is open to all photographers nationwide in the USA, and open to all photographic genre and subject matter.


To enter: Follow the online information at, please note that there is not an upload form and simply submit JPEG files to the gallery via email at

Artists must submit a brief artist statement outlining the intentions of the work.


Selected artists will have their work featured in the exhibition and online. One fellowship recipient will receive the $250 Developed Work Fellowship Award and one year artist representation at MWCP online.


Selection will be considered from the cohesive body of work submitted by each artist rather than solely on individual images.

Evaluation Criteria

Juror: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, MWCP

Contact Information

Linda Robinson
1215 Franklin
Wichita, KS 67203


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