Cart Search
submit Remember my login

2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

Looking for a chapter event?

Past SPE Annual Conferences

Discussing photographs

« Back to Calls for Entry

San Francisco Bay International Photography Awards & Exhibition

The signature event of the San Francisco Bay Month of Photography

San Francisco Bay Month of Photography   /   Deadline: 05/15/19

Be a part of the San Francisco Bay Month of Photography, the premier photography event on the West Coast. Put your work in front of a panel of influential jurors.

$3,000 in prizes.
Gold and Silver Award winners will have their work viewed by gallerists and curators at the celebration reception.

Location

Exhibit at ACCI Gallery, Berkeley, California

Fees

$35 for first 3 photos; $10 each additional

Eligibility

Open to all photographers worldwide. The theme is open; all genres and styles are welcome.

Requirements

Details and entry at http://baymop.com/call/

Awards

$3,000 in prizes.
Gold and Silver Award winners featured in Bokeh Bokeh Photo magazine and displayed during the celebration reception.
Gallery Award winners featured in a gallery exhibit throughout the Month of Photography and showcased at the celebration reception.
Portfolio Award winners receive solo features in the Bokeh Bokeh Photo online photography magazine.

Considerations

All entries with at least 6 photographs are considered for Portfolio Awards. All entered photos are eligible for Prize, Gold, Silver, and Gallery Awards.

Evaluation Criteria

Jury
Elizabeth Avedon, Curator and Photography Consultant;
Julie Grahame, Editor, aCurator;
Ann Jastrab, Editor-in-Chief, All About Photo;
David Garnick, Founder and Editor, Bokeh Bokeh Photo;
Peter Miller, Co-Director, San Francisco Bay Month of Photography

Contact Information

David Garnick

W: http://baymop.com/call/
E: info@baymop.com

Email Sign Up

SPE email updates contain resources, news, and more!

About this piece

Comments about this piece

Dialogue and critique are important to the SPE mission.
Please join the conversation.

Exit Full Screen Mode