"This workshop will help to explain and clarify various archival presentation techniques, including matting, mounting, floating, and framing. Instructor and Atlanta-based photographer Allison Jarek will also give in-depth demonstrations on how to cut your own mattes and mount your prints using an archival positionable mounting adhesive."
"APG is seeking photographic projects that provide new insight and a better understanding of the American South today. Know South / No South will look at the idea of Southern identity in the 21st century. The American South is recognized as a distinct cultural and geographical region within America. The culinary, musical, and storytelling traditions of the region are unique cultural byproducts that emanated from the deeply rooted structures of class, race, and economics that have existed for generations." - more info on atlantaphotographygroup.org
Native Wildlife, Native Flora, Landscapes, Historic Structures and Cultural Imagery Competition Exhibition - call for entries due April 17th.Photo credit: Stewart Woodard
This exhibit will supplement the GEHC’s Bicentennial Celebration programming by highlighting Gwinnett’s natural resources and the environmental landscape that have influenced our community throughout history. It will educate and promote appreciation for our diverse natural resources, history of the region and the ever change cultural diversity in Gwinnett.
All images must be ORIGINAL and taken in the Southeast United States with emphasis on Gwinnett County to qualify for the competition and exhibit.
All submissions will be judged by a select group on the photographic merits, technique and creativity for each category. Failure to follow competition rules will result in the being disqualified prior to judging. Judges and their credentials to be announced later.
"United Photo Industries is proud to once again partner with our friends and colleagues at Visura to launch an open call to Visual Artists working in photography, film, or any visual form of stories related to Global Climate Change & Global Warming.
The work can focus on the following themes:
EVIDENCE ~~ CAUSES ~~ EFFECTS ~~ SOLUTIONS
The Grant has a three-tiered mission:
1. recognize and support professional Visual Artists worldwide working in photography, film or any visual form of stories;
2. support an ongoing or a new project;
3. get the work of Visual Artists working on stories related to global climate change and global warming in front of key industry editors, scientists and leaders worldwide."
"PUSH-PIN Party & Exhibition: Join APG and Atlanta School of Photography for the 31st Annual PUSH-PIN party, where photographers are invited to pin up their best prints at one of our biggest events of the year. Enjoy food, beverages, and unique party features before the announcement of first, second, and third place prizes. Registration for artists begins at 6:30pm, and doors open at 7pm. For more information, visit: The Atlanta Photography Group."
”Photographers of all ages and experience levels are invited to enter the Sandy Springs Conservancy Digital Photo Contest. Whether you are a student shutterbug, an adult hobbyist, or a professional photographer, residents in the State of Georgia are eligible to win prizes with their submitted digital photos of Sandy Springs parks, greenspace, and trails. Two adult-level winners will each earn $500 and one ticket to the Conservancy’s prestigious Thought Leaders Dinner in spring 2018. Two student-level winners will each win $100. The contest offers two themes to inspire entrants with their digital photos: nature and family fun.
Since 2000, the nonprofit Sandy Springs Conservancy has developed innovative partnerships to create, conserve, and connect parks and greenspace in Sandy Springs. From the Morgan Falls Overlook Park, the Abernathy Playable Art Park, and the Lost Corner Preserve to the upcoming city park at City Springs, the parks, greenspaces, and trails championed by the Sandy Springs Conservancy have enhanced the quality of life for city residents and visitors. The Conservancy also organizes family events, trail clean-ups with volunteers, and forums to engage the public about these amazing sites.
Sandy Springs Conservancy Executive Director Melody Harclerode notes, “Now with the Conservancy’s Digital Photo Contest, Georgia residents can explore the parks, greenspace, and trails in Sandy Springs, and can celebrate the natural beauty and the opportunities for family fun at these places with their captivating images.” The deadline for the Sandy Springs Conservancy Digital Photo Contest submissions is December 16th at 11:59 PM."
"APG is pleased to announce its first Portfolio Review session! Participating artists will receive concise and constructive feedback on their personal portfolios. Each artist will receive a 30 minute review session with one of our two reviewers: APG Executive Director Beth Lilly and Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) Board President Barbara Griffin. Space is limited, so early registration is recommended."