Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) June 16, 2006
The Center for Fine Art Photography invites U.S. and international photographers working in all mediums of traditional and digital photography to submit their work to its call for entries.
The Center also welcomes submissions by those working in the avant garde, in pursuit of experimental works and all schools of thought that include traditional and new processes, mixed techniques, challenging personal, emotional or political statements.
All entries are submitted and juried online. Deadline is July 10, 2006
Juror: Andrew Darlow – photographer and Editor of Imagingbuffet.com, which features interviews, reviews and photography-related streaming audio and podcasts. He was the former Editorial Director at Digital Imaging Techniques magazine.
Awards - The Center for Fine Art Photography’s mission is to promote the art of photography and to provide artists with new venues to exhibit their work. The awards for this exhibition offer numerous exhibition opportunities:
-Best of Show and category awards: People, Places, Things
-Best of Show and Category award winners interviewed by juror Andrew Darlow for publication along with winning images in the Imagingbuffet.com website and pod cast
-One-year portfolio subscription to the Center’s Artists’ ShowCase Online awarded per category
-Featured Artist presentation in Artists' ShowCase, an eight-page insert in CameraArts magazine
-Director's Selection award: Special Recognition in the published and online Artists' ShowCase
-8 additional artists will be included in the print edition of Artists' ShowCase
-All exhibitors included in the Center's web gallery section for one year
-Selections for the post-exhibition traveling show to the Denver International Airport's gallery
-Inclusion in the Center's 2006 Exhibition Collection CD which is distributed to selected galleries, collectors, design houses and corporations world wide.
Artists whose work is selected for an exhibition have the option of shipping their unframed exhibition work to the Center for museum quality framing. The Center hopes that the substantial shipping-cost savings will encourage more artists to submit their work for exhibition consideration.