Deadline: March 12th, 2017, (Midnight Pacific Time)
From their call: The New York Center for Photographic Arts (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, color etc.). Winners will receive $4,000 in cash awards and be featured in the NYC4PA Online Gallery. The Grand Prize winning image will be posted on the NYC4PA home page.
Theme: Don’t cry over spilled milk – photograph it!!!!! This call is all about liquid, liquids, liquidity. There are liquids like water, milk, oil. Substances can have varying degrees of liquidity like the clear shimmer of water. Visually liquids can be reflective, transparent, translucent, clear, cloudy and opaque. Colored and colorless, moving and still. For this competition send us your interpretation of liquid – liquids – liquidity. The possibilities are vast – rain drops, waterfalls, pouring juice, reflections in a still lagoon, a distorted spoon in a glass of tea, and yes, spilled milk.
Eligibility: This Call for Entries is open worldwide to both amateur and professional photographers. NYC4PA invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate. Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. Only 2-D work is eligible.
Juror: Debra Klomp Ching is the owner of the Klompching Gallery, established in 2007 in partnership with Darren Ching. The gallery exhibits and sells contemporary photography, by a roster of international artists, placing fine art photographs into private and public collections, including the George Eastman House and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston amongst others.
Website link: https://www.nyc4pa.com/same—different-2015—6
About: The mission of the New York Center for Photographic Art is to provide exhibition opportunities in the vibrant New York City gallery world to photographers around the globe. NYC4PA will offer international, themed open call competitions which will be juried by recognized experts in the field of photography.