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International Online Feature - Spring/Summer 2021

Midwest Center for Photography   /   Deadline: 03/01/21

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Portfolio Platform has developed from the semi-annual Flat File Feature, and provides the focus to a more streamlined online presence while we are currently practicing social distancing and having more virtual gallery experiences. The Portfolio Platform provides the opportunity for photographers to showcase a portfolio of your photographic work prominently online at the Midwest Center for Photography website gallery. The portfolios will be available for patrons of the gallery to go online and view, learn about you and your work through your images and biography and artist statement, and have the opportunity to purchase your photographs. Each portfolio will consist of 12 - 20 images. Each photographer selected to be featured in the Portfolio Platform will be highlighted and promoted through a multitude of announcements and posts to the MWCP community of viewers and patrons.

Portfolio Platform dates: April - September, 2021.


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


$75 to submit 12 images


Open to all photographers. Portfolios of all photographic media and genre are welcome.


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


Selection will be based upon the portfolio of work submitted by each artist rather than solely on individual images. A brief artist statement and bio are required.

Evaluation Criteria

Curator: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, MWCP

Contact Information

Linda Robinson
1215 Franklin
Wichita, KS 67203


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