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STRANGE TIME, a small print exhibition


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Posted by: Atlanta Photography Group
Deadline: Sun, August 30th, 2020

 

ATLANTA - Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is now accepting entries for STRANGE TIME, a small print exhibition.

 

It’s definitely been a STRANGE TIME and the Atlanta Photography Group would like to highlight your most interesting photographs that express the uniqueness of our current situation. From new photos to those from your archives, APG is organizing a small print exhibition to share your interpretation of STRANGE TIME.

 

All photographic processes are welcome and all genres are acceptable, from landscapes, cityscapes and people, to animals, abstracts, botanicals and more, we’re excited about the possibilities.

 

We are delighted to have Barbara Griffin jury the exhibition. Barbara will select at least 100 images (and probably more) to display in the gallery and on our online platforms during September.

 

Images will be displayed as prints only (no framing required) and will be available for sale. Prints may be 8x10/8.5x11 up to 11x14/11x17.

 

Artists may supply their own print or have APG make digital archival pigment prints on quality fine art paper. 

 

There will be a social distancing gallery event scheduled during the exhibition – date to be determined.

 

Juror: Barbara Griffin

 

Barbara Griffin is an independent Creative Director, Producer and Photo Editor whose work ranges from photo shoot direction and production, exhibition curation to fine art photo book editing. Barbara serves on the Advisory council of Space for Arts, the only studio listings site built specifically for the photography community. She was recently named President Emerita after 8 years of leadership at Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), a non-profit arts organization which produces the largest annual community-oriented photo festival in the U.S. She previously served on the board of re:imagine/ATL, a non-profit organization whose in-school and mobile programming serves Atlanta teens from all backgrounds by providing mentorship and resources in film and digital media and as on the Advisory Council for ATL Photo Night, a creative organization that hosts bi-monthly talks featuring photographers.

 

Formerly, senior vice president of Image Management for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., Barbara was responsible for all photography created globally for Turner’s entertainment, animation and news networks.

 

Entry Information

 

·         Open to APG members, membership is available on the website.

 

·         Entry fees range from $5 to $25

 

·         All entries must be completed ONLINE

 

·         Exhibition Dates: Sept 17 – October 10, 2020

 

·         Opening EVENT – TBD

 



Posted on Fri, August 7th, 2020
Expires on Sun, August 30th, 2020

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