Call for Artists: The Halide Project

Call for Artists: The Halide Project

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The Halide Project was founded in 2015 to foster the art of traditional, alternative process, and historic photography. Based in Philadelphia, The Halide Project strives to serve both the local and global communities by providing artists with exhibition opportunities, affordable workspace, educational programming, and other resources. We enthusiastically invite practitioners of chemistry based photography from around the world to submit work to be considered for Living Image 2017, as a means to share their work with others and connect with like-minded artists. www.thehalideproject.org 

Living Image will showcase contemporary artists working in traditional photographic techniques. Selected works will be included in an exhibition held at Gravy Studio & Gallery in Philadelphia, and published in a printed catalog to accompany the exhibition. All selected artists will receive a copy of the catalog, with additional copies available for sale.

One Grand Prize Winner will be selected to receive a $250 cash prize along with the opportunity to show a body of work in The Halide Project’s annual invitational exhibition, slated for Spring 2018.

Our past invitationals have featured work by Bill Armstrong, Lisa Elmaleh, Vincent Feldman, Josh Marowitz, Lucretia Moroni, Sage Lewis, Tricia Rosenkilde, and Sarah Van Keuren.

For more information about this opportunity, please visit this link to download the full prospectus: 

http://www.thehalideproject.org/call-for-entry/?utm_media=email&utm_source=dale

Jotham Malavé Maldonado
Jotham Malavé Maldonado
Lisa Graf is a ceramic sculptor and graphic designer. She creates abstract, organic, biomorphic forms in clay.
Lisa Graf
Lisa Graf

Lisa Graf is a ceramic sculptor and graphic designer. She creates abstract, organic, biomorphic forms in clay. …

Lisa Graf is a ceramic sculptor and graphic designer. She creates abstract, organic, biomorphic forms in clay. …

Lisa Graf is a ceramic sculptor and graphic designer. She creates abstract, organic, biomorphic forms in clay. …

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it.  Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia Pennsylvania where he is a professor at Saint Josephs University, and The University of the Arts.
Patrick Coughlin
Patrick Coughlin

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia Pennsylvania…

Danielle Cartier
Danielle Cartier
Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently contained in each of her panels. She investigates the visual contrast and harmony where human-made structures and nature intersect. Her paintings are strongly influenced by the graphic stylizations and compressed spaces of Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Kishita’s paintings are in a number of private/corporate collections, including Toyota, Capital One, and Kaiser Permanente. She has participated in artist residencies in New Mexico, Russia, and Iceland and exhibited at the Sharjah Art Museum in the United Arab Emirates and the Museum of Non-Conformist Art in St. Petersburg, Russia. She holds a BFA and MFA from the University of the Arts.
Michele C. Kishita
Michele C. Kishita

Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently…

Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently contained in each of her panels. She investigates the visual contrast and harmony…

Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently contained in each of her panels. She investigates the visual contrast and harmony where human-made…

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