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(s)Light of Hand

A Juried Exhibition of Alternative Photographic Processes

The Photographer's Eye Collective and Gallery   /   Deadline: 09/13/19

We, here at our Collective and Gallery have a deep respect and affection for historic processes. In this call for entries, we wish to celebrate this love for hand-made, photo-based processes and invite you to share your magic-making wizardry in our spellbinding juried show, (s)Light of Hand. Approx. 30-35 artworks will be exhibited in our gallery October 12 through November 2, 2019. Two photographers will be selected for a two person show in Fall of 2020.

Location

The Photographer's Eye Collective and Gallery326 East Grand Ave. Escondido, CA.

Fees

$35

Eligibility

Any California artist over 18, practicing Alternative Photographic Processes

Requirements

Selected images must be framed and wired, up to 24" x 24" presented with high quality professional standards. There is no minimum frame size.

Awards

Juror's Award and Director's Award giving these
two selected artists an exhibition in our gallery
in Fall 2020.

Considerations

Please go to our website for the complete prospectus, calendar, and instructions on how to submit and pay:
https://www.thephotographerseyecollective.com/juried-exhibition

Evaluation Criteria

Juried by Suda House, San Diego Educator, Artist of international reputation, and Museum of Photographic Arts Trustee

Contact Information

Donna Cosentino
326 East Grand Ave 326 East Grand Ave
Escondido, CA 92025

P: 7604843951
W: https://www.thephotographerseyecollective.com/juried-exhibition
E: donna@thephotographerseyecollective.com

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