The Center For Photography at Woodstock (NY), International Call for Artists: Photography Now 2019
Deadline: February 15th, 2019
CPW’s annual Photography Now exhibition celebrates the plurality of photography. All photographic techniques and approaches are welcome, from analog to digital, fine art, directorial, narrative, documentary, political, social justice, identity, portrait, landscape, still life, mixed media incorporating photography, photographic installations, digital imaging and collage! Submissions are accepted from all over the world, and professional, amateur, and student artists are all welcome to apply. Over $2,500 in prizes will be awarded. Entry fee.
Jurors: Maurice Berger is a writer, cultural historian, and curator whose work focuses on the intersection of race and visual culture. He is research professor and chief curator at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Race Stories, his monthly column, for the Lens Section of the New York Times, explores the relationship of photography to concepts and social issues about race not usually covered in the mainstream media. Marvin Heiferman, a curator and writer, has organized exhibitions, web-based projects, and publications about photography and visual culture for institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Institution, International Center of Photography, Whitney Museum of American Art, P.S. 1 Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, and the New Museum.
Director’s Choice Purchase Prize: One photograph will be selected by the Executive Director, and purchased for CPW’s Permanent Print Collection.
New Prizes Added for PN19:
- Jurors’ Choice Award
- Visitors’ Choice Award
- Honorable Mentions [x3]
Website link for more detailed information: https://www.cpw.org/connect/submissions/photography-now/
About: Founded in 1977, the Center for Photography at Woodstock is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 artist-centered organization dedicated to supporting artists working in photography and related media and engaging audiences through opportunities in which creation, discovery, and learning are made possible.
Center for Photography at Woodstock, 59 Tinker Street, Woodstock, New York