Theme: Dreams and more
The dream, the nightmare, the impossible and the unusual. The SE Center is looking for images that push reality to the edges of the frame, staged, contrived or candid, digital, analog, or antique processes
35-40 Selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date.
Selections Announced: 11 Dec 2015
Image requirements: 1200pixels @72 dpi on the longest side, JPEG format, sRGB color space.
Online submission of digital photographs via the website.
Official website: http://www.sec4p.com/dreams-prospectus/
The awards have brought unrivalled global reward and recognition to those involved and each year offers an incredible $25K for the Professional winner and $5K for the Open winner, plus the latest Sony digital imaging equipment and more.
In the Professional competition you can enter a minimum of three and a maximum of 10 images per category. You may enter as many categories as you wish. In the Open and Youth competitions, you can enter up to 3 images in total for free. These images may be entered across any of the categories.
Image requirements: no smaller than 800KB and no larger than 5MB. JPEG or TIFF format; RGB colour model; All entrants must be able to supply a high resolution image suitable for printing in exhibitions and marketing materials should the image be required.
For details, log on to: http://worldphoto.org/about-the-sony-world-photography-awards/
Date: Fri 2 October – Thu 29 October
Venue: Lower Café and The Mezzanine Gallery, RichMix, Bethnal Green Rd, London, UK
RONG is a new exhibition from acclaimed visual artist and sculptor Abu Jafar.
A reflection of Jafar’s work from over two decades, RONG involves an installation covering nearly 36 sq. meters, alongside painting and sculpture. Having studied in both Bangladesh and the United Kingdom, Jafar draws on multiple artistic practices. By bringing together a varied range of works, we are able to observe the evolution of the artist, and see the artworks in dialogue with each other and the world.
‘Abu’s work isn’t an explanation of hope, it is a gift of hope to those who engage with it’ – Anne Cunningham, Chief Executive, The Art House.
For event details, click: RONG by Abu Jafar
The weekend will highlight and exhibit the works of different Bangladeshi artists. The objective is to enhance the contact between the Bangladeshi art scene, the international community, and art lovers of Bangladesh.
Date: 24th & 25th July, 2015
An exhibition by Metaceptive Projects + Media
5th June – 5th July 2015 across five venues in Durham, UK
Taking place in Durham from 5th June – 5th July, the Footprint Modulation exhibition is spread across five venues including Durham’s leading galleries, museums and artists’ studios, Durham University and the magnificent Durham Miners’ Hall. The Miners’ Hall is itself of particular interest with its ongoing tradition of working class radicalism.
Call for entry!
Theme: Reflections 2015
Reflections are defining. They are capable of revealing so much about ourselves, an event or a moment in time.
The likenesses that are mirrored sometimes reflect the true reality in this world.A reflection can also play a trick on the eyes and not necessarily reveal everything in plain view. At other times they are nothing more than pure illusions. TeraBella Media is seeking your most
interesting images that reveal this “mirror image.”
First Place: $400 (USD) cash prize
Second Place: $200 (USD) cash prize
Third Place: $100 (USD) cash prize
Three Honorable Mentions & three Merit Winners will also be chosen.
Last date: 25th July, 2015
For details click: http://terabellamedia.com/photo-contest/