If you're thinking about new ways to connect your work with the world, and you have an idea that's innovative and brings a new audience to the table, you should apply!
Deadline is April 17th!.
Atlanta Photography Group is seeking photography for its upcoming exhibition, Choice 2015. Size matters and APG is looking for artists to submit either one BIG print, between 24” and 60” on the longest dimension or multiple small prints no larger than 12” on the longest dimension.
This is a non-juried show but you must be an APG member to enter. APG is accepting entries between Feb 16 and March 20 or until all available space is taken. Un-framed, un-mounted work will need to be delivered between March 11 – 20. The exhibition opens March 27 and runs until May 9.
Registration is $55.
For more information, call the APG gallery at 404-605-0605 or email@example.com
"Call for Promenade's Artist in Residency Program Apply now to be the 2015 - 2017 Artist in Residence recipient at Midtown's Promenade building. Located in the heart of Midtown overlooking the Woodruff Arts Center, Promenade's Artist in Residence has 24/7 access to a 615 square foot studio for two years. Included with the studio space is complimentary parking, internet connectivity, and utilities. The selected artist will also receive a two year membership to the High Museum of Art and a public space to display their artwork within the building. In order to apply for this program, please submit a resume and digital images of your work to Anne Lambert Tracht by Monday, November 17th. The recipient must be able to move into the studio by mid-December. For more information about the requirements, to see the floor plan and images of the building click here."[PDF - Call for Entries]
"APG@ATL" will select 15 artists, who will show two photographs each in the annual show in the atrium at Hartsfield-Jackson. Entry deadline is August 2nd, and the show will be 9/12-11/12.
"Lucinda Bunnen SELECTS" will be a group show at APG Gallery that will run 9/26-11/01. Entry deadline for the show is September 13th.
"Presentism is a philosophy of time that states nothing in the past or future exists. The only reality is the present moment, which is redefined. A moment is no longer like the blade of a knife, gone the instant it is felt. Rather, it is an extended duration of conscious experience. Reality is also redefined. The world is no longer characterized as a set of historic and anticipated facts, as in “once and for all.” The presentist defines reality as a world that relies on constant survey. And when events happen in multiple places simultaneously, they are part of the same reality. We seek short films and video works (no more than 10 minutes) from filmmakers and artists that explore these ideas. How do we experience the present? What events today constitute a sense of the present? What activities constitute a constant survey of facts and ideas? How is the concept of presentism expanded globally in the era of live data? How does the moving image define a duration of extended consciousness? In what ways might the human condition change if removed from the past and the future? All genres will be accepted including documentary, narrative, animation and experimental."
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"For one in five Georgians, poverty is a daily reality – with basic necessities like food and shelter far from guaranteed. And with one of the lowest rates of social mobility in the country, it’s likely that many Georgia children born into poverty will never escape.
To bring greater visibility to this issue, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Georgia (SVdP) is creating 100 Profiles of Poverty – a photo gallery depicting the plight of Georgia’s most vulnerable populations.
The exhibit, which coincides with our 100th anniversary in fall 2014, will serve as a thought platform for discussion and incite a clear call for others to join our fight to break the cycle of poverty. Top photographers from across the state are participating – coming together to capture the challenges facing this population as well as moments of hope and progress.
We launched our call for entries last week – and photographers (students, amateurs, professionals alike) are invited to participate. More information here: and on our Facebook page."