Call for Entries: 13th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit 2019

Call for Entries: 13th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit 2019

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, August 24, 2019

All photographers are invited to enter Media Arts Council’s 13th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit, PhotoEx.

The theme for 2019 is: “Change/Transformation.” Photos may depict any subject matter in any location, provided they reflect the theme. Deadline for entries is 7:00 PM, Saturday August 24, 2019, regardless of postmark.

Change/Transformation: What does it mean to you? Something altered or modified. A metamorphosis, transfiguration, evolution, or reshaping. This theme invites you to use the concept of “Change/Transformation” in your photographic submissions, incorporating your unique creative interpretations for the PhotoEx 2019 Juried Exhibition.

For more information, including links to download pdf’s of exhibit rules and entry form, go to: http://MediaArtsCouncil.org/PhotoEx

And be sure to like our Facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/PhotoExMediaArtsCouncil/

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Donna Quinn
Genevieve Coutroubis
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Maria R. Schneider

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Laura Demme
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