ENTRIES: Submit up to three images. All submissions should be JPEG files, with the longest side no longer than 1,200 pixels.
For example: Adams_A_blackandwhite_1.jpg
(follow link following this form; payment amount covers all images submitted)
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ELIGIBILITY: Original works of art completed within the last 2 years AND not previously exhibited at the Art Center of Corpus Christi.
SALES: 30% of sale proceeds will be retained to help sustain the Art Center and support exhibits.
Maximum Size: Longest side may not exceed 42” in any direction including the frame.
All entries must meet Art Center Exhibit guidelines which can be HERE.
All works must be suitable for exhibition. No fragile frames. All works must have screw eyes and wire attached 4-6 inches below the top of the frame. No glass, plexiglass only.
----- THIS IS A JURIED EXHIBIT -----
- Black & White
- Digitally Transformed & Photomontage
Best of Show - $300
1 Merit Award in each category - $100
Accepted photos must be delivered and picked up at the Art Center
by the artist or a representative on specified dates.
Please help with receiving art on Sunday, July 1 between 11am—2pm.
To volunteer, email Sierra Shamblin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (361) 884-6406
PHOTOGRAPHY 2018 JUROR: JEAN CASLIN
During her career in non-profit arts management, Jean Caslin has served as administrator, curator, writer, and educator, while fostering the careers of emerging and mid-career artists. She is the executive director of LHUCA, a multi-disciplinary arts organization in Lubbock, TX. Previously, Caslin co-founded Caslin Gregory & Associates, Consultants for Arts & Culture with Diane Griffin Gregory. She was the executive director and curator of Houston Center for Photography from 1988 to 2005. Before that, she was assistant director for Photographic Resource Center at Boston University. Caslin received a BA in English and Art History from Boston Universint and an MA in Art History from Stanford University. Caslin has taught courses on the history of photgoraphy at six colleges in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Texas, as well as courses on arts administration in Texas. She has reviewed portfolios ad FotoFest's Metting Place since 1988.
Works will be juried online based on the images that are submitted.
Artwork must be submitted by midnight on April 20th
or they will not be eligible for jurying and therefore not allowed into the exhibition.
ALL ARTWORK MUST BE FOR SALE