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2020 Annual Conference

Houston

March 05-08, 2020

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

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Soft Lightning Vol. 1

Soft Lightning Studio   /   Deadline: 12/15/19

Send along your entries via email in a zipped folder to: info@softlightningstudio.com

Images must be photographic in nature, any subject matter, JPGS, labeled as follows LastName_FirstName01.jpg

300DPI. Accompanying Image List, Bio that includes your pronouns and Instagram handle.

$5.00 entry fee for 10 images, $10.00 for 20 images, etc -paypal fee to INFO@SOFTLIGHTNINGSTUDIO.COM (If you are experiencing financial hardship please email us about assistance.)

How are these funds used? SL is a young passion project so these funds are used to support the operating costs such as yearly website fees, domain names, and funding publications.

Each submitting photographer will be able to purchase a discounted copy of the magazine.

10% of funds from sales of the magazine will go to Mozaic Ohio, a wellness program and community space for transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary people of color ages 13-29.

www.mozaicohio.org for more information.

DEADLINE: December 15th, 2019.

Publication date: Early Spring 2020.

If you are not a photographic artist but are still interested in assisting the cause donations are greatly appreciated. PAYPAL: info@softlightningstudio.com

Fees

5.00

Eligibility

Soft Lightning is launching its first magazine! This is a call soliciting entries from the photographers we seek to hold space for:

POC, Photogs w/ disabilities, body positive individuals, women, queer, trans/non-binary folx, rural & non-coastal imagemakers, etc

Contact Information

Julie Rae Powers

W: www.softlightningstudio.com
E: info@softlightningstudio.com

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