CALL FOR ENTRIES

MIDWEST CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY JURIED EXHIBITION


ENTRY DEADLINE - DECEMBER 31

JANUARY 26 - FEBRUARY 9, 2018

OPENING RECEPTION - FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 7 - 9 P.M.


The Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition is an annual subject-matter based exhibition for photographers to focus on getting out their best photographs from the various genres and compete for the awards.

Open to all photographers internationally.

Each photograph will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each photographer. Theme based entries are not necessary.

Selected artists will have their work featured in the exhibition and online. The Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition gives $500 in Director's Choce Awards and one year artist representation by MWCP online, $100 for each of the five categories:

People

Places

Still-Life

Abstract

Concept


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MIDWEST PHOTO EMERGE

6TH ANNUAL MIDWEST PHOTO EMERGE


ENTRY DEADLINE - JANUARY 15

MARCH 30 - APRIL 13, 2018

OPENING RECEPTION - FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 7 - 9 P.M.


This is the sixth year of the EMERGE competition. We are looking to give one $250 EMERGE Fellowship Award and exhibition opportunities to emerging photographers. This fellowship opportunity is geared toward photographers looking to launch their art careers through the exposure of exhibition. Open to all emerging photographers nationwide in the USA. All photographic media is welcome; black & white gelatin silver prints, color c-prints, digital prints, alternative processes, etc...


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MEMORY - GROUP EXHIBITION


FEBRUARY 23 - MARCH 16, 2018

ENTRY DEADLINE - DECEMBER 15

OPENING RECEPTION - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 7 - 9 P.M.


Our current state of awareness is deeply influenced by our experiences, interpretations and memories of the past. These memories shape our stories, our personal histories and identities. Photography is intrinsically a long-standing tool for capturing moments, and the medium has the uncanny ability to recall times that possibly otherwise would have been forgotten. The act of observation and using the camera as a keepsake box to preserve our histories is a unique characteristic of the medium. The photographic works which encompass this exhibition hope to explore the notion of memory through intimate expressions of personal histories, courageously expressed recollections, and a range of experiences.


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MEMORY