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Photo Contest: Defining Home

University of Central Oklahoma   /   Deadline: 10/20/19

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The Woody Gaddis Gallery, on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, seeks entries for the juried photographic exhibition entitled "Defining Home". Home has many emotional, biological, cultural and societal associations beyond the physical space in which we live. Any interpretation of this concept captured or created through the visual medium of photography is open for submission.


Woody Gaddis GalleryThe University of Central Oklahoma100 North University Dr.Edmond, Oklahoma 73034




Open to all


Up to three submissions of photographic work including traditional darkroom, digital, alternative process, and manipulated images. Images should be resolution 72 ppi and 1280 pixels on the longest side; Flattened JPG files; 8 bit files; RGB or Grayscale; JPG compression quality 8 or medium. Files should be titled "LastName_FirstName_01Title.jpg". Submissions AND entry form must be submitted to Dropbox by Sunday, Oct. 20th at 11:59pm.


1st, 2nd, 3rd Place, & up to four Honorable Mentions


All images selected for exhibition must be printed and framed or mounted professionally for the exhibition, and should arrive ready to hang on the wall. Physical prints must be received by Friday, November 15th at 4:00pm. Submissions may be picked up by artist in person after exhibition or will be mailed back to artist on January 13th. Artist must provide return postage & packaging.

Artists retain full rights to their work. By submitting to the Woody Gaddis Gallery, artists grant the use of selected images for the purpose of marketing the gallery and subsequent display on its website.

Contact Information

Angela Mackey
100 N. University Dr.
EDMOND, OK 73034

P: 4059745887

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