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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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unique: alternative processes 2019

Connie and Jerry Rosenthal, jurors

A Smith Gallery   /   Deadline: 09/23/19

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Photographers of all levels are invited to submit work reflecting the theme "unique: alternative processes 2019 " to A Smith Gallery by September 23, 2019. Eligible prints include but are not limited to cyanotype, lumens, Van Dyke, salt, chemigram, tintype, bromoil, gum bichromate, platinum/palladium, photogravure, albumen, liquid emulsion, ziatype, image transfers, kallitypes, lith prints, hand colored silver gelatin prints, encaustic and mordoncage. Unique prints made from digital negatives are eligible. The camera used for capture is immaterial. The entry fee is $38 for the first 5 images and $7 for each additional image. Thirty to thirty five images will be selected for exhibition and shown at the gallery from November 8, 2019 to January 5, 2020. Receptions will be held on November 30 and December 14, 2019 both from 4 to 8pm. A Blurb full color catalogue of the exhibit with all the accepted entries will be available for purchase. Awards are $325 for Juror's Selection, $250 for Director's Selection and $100 for Visitors' Award.

Jurors for "Unique: Alternative Processes 2019" will be Connie and Jerry Rosenthal, co-founders of Rfotofolio, a non profit dedicated to supporting photographers, educating the viewing public, and supporting brick and mortar exhibitions.

Fees

$38 for first 5 images, $7 each additional

Contact Information

Amanda Smith
103 N Nugent Ave #175
Johnson City, TX 78636

P: 5124224080
W: https://asmithgallery.com/
E: amanda@asmithgallery.com

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