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Wine & Say Cheese

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts   /   Deadline: 05/31/19

Wine and Say Cheese Exterior Sign Competition is back!
Have your work displayed to all of Downtown Tampa

TAMPA, Fla. — Calling all photographers! The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is now accepting submission to its second annual Wine and Say Cheese Exterior Sign competition! Winning images will be displayed on FMoPA's large exterior LED sign, so that all of Downtown Tampa can view the exhibition.

To participate in the competition, please visit and complete the necessary steps. There is a $20 fee for the first submission, and $10 for any additional ones. There is no theme, and you are invited to submit as many photos as you would like! All the art work submitted will be carefully reviewed by the museum staff, in order to expose the most appropriate for the exhibition. The museum incites all aspiring participants to submit their work early since spots are limited. Submissions will be accepted through May 31, 2019.

We also invite all participants to join us at our Wine and Say Cheese event on June 11, 2019 at Bula Gastrobar. There will be a special People's Choice vote at 8:30 PM, with final winners being announced at 9:00 PM. This event will feature a variety of wines, food, and entertainment, so be sure to stop by!

"I am so excited to bring back this innovative Call for Entries," says FMoPA Executive Director, Zora Carried, PhD, "this year's competition will be full of even more extraordinary entries!"

FMoPA is proud to introduce new photographic art with the collaboration of all the participants on this exhibition, and it is a pleasure for the museum to introduce new art to the Tampa community.


Bula Gastrobar930 S Howard Ave, Tampa, FL 33606




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