Check-out a selection of the projects that have been juried into this year's installation, including Claire Rosen (whose work was shown during ACP 2014) and our neighbor to the south, in Jacksonville, Bill Yates.
"Jane Kerr began her art career at an age when most people are retiring. Her photographs document her native Mississippi. Her paintings mischievously draw correlations between the oppression of women in Tibet and India as well as the Southern United States."
"Call For Entries: APG to ATL The Atlanta Photography Group announces they are now taking submissions for their 5th annual “Airport” exhibition. Juror Amy Miller, the Executive Director of Atlanta Celebrates Photography, will select two photographs each from 15 photographers to exhibit in the central atrium of the world’s busiest airport: Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Show will be featured in ACP Festival Guide and APG will print a show catalog. APG will mat, frame and install the selected works.
ACCEPTING ENTRIES: JUNE 1 – JULY 10
EXHIBITION DATES: SEPTEMBER 25 – NOVEMBER 18
ENTRY FEE: 2/$35 4/$50 6/$75 8/$100
SUBMIT: 2-8 images
See the APG website for complete instructions and guidelines. www.apgphoto.org"
"This carefully curated issue of Aint-Bad Magazine will present photographic work and essays dealing with the concept of the selfie. We invite proposals from established, emerging, and simply self-motivated photographers and writers. A selection will be included in our print edition and an expanded selection of selfie images will be included on our website, aintbadmagazine.com."
And in case you missed it, a panoramic photo taken while rolling down a hill. pic.twitter.com/8HdZNjso3l— Tim Brannigan (@tim_brannigan) May 25, 2015
"The Advanced Photography Seminar is an eight-week mentoring program for emerging photographers who are serious about nurturing their personal vision. It is directed by Atlanta photographer Chip Simone, a prominent member of the Atlanta photography community for more than 40 years."