MINI Museum Philly Call for Miniature Photography

MINI Museum Philly Call for Miniature Photography

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

MINI Museum Philly is hosting a Call for Photography. We are seeking works for consideration in their upcoming show at the Philadelphia Airport (scheduled for December 2020 – June 2021).

The MINI Museum is a collecting institution that promotes and exhibits miniature contemporary art by artists of all backgrounds. They are committed to displaying art free of cost in public places in and around Philadelphia.

Any work submitted for consideration will automatically:
Be assessed into the Museum’s permanent collection.
Be considered for any and all future exhibitions.
Be considered for use in all promotion and/or education materials (i.e. social media postings etc.)

Artists can submit up to three images. (Any subject matter is welcome and artists are encouraged to remember that their image will be printed at a very small size.)
Artists can be of any age.
Artists can be from anywhere
Artwork can be from anytime.
There is no submission fee.

Submission Requirements:
1. Submission Deadline June 30th, 2020.
2. Submissions must be emailed to MiniMuseumPhilly@gmail.com with the subject line: Photography Call for Art
3. All photographs submitted MUST:
be a .jpeg file
be sized to automatically print at either 2″x 3″ or 3″ x 4″.
be 300 dpi.
4. Files should be labeled as the title of the artwork.

Artists should include the following information in bullet form in the body of their email:
1. Full Name
2. Birth Year
3. Artwork Title
4. Artwork Size
5. Preferred Pronoun
6. Descriptions of artwork, artist statements and biography are welcomed but not required.
7. Instagram handle and artist website are welcomed but not required.
8. Country of Birth and country of current residence are encouraged but not required.

All photographs accepted into the exhibit will be printed and framed by the Museum. All work submitted is automatically assessed into the Museum’s permanent collection. All works in the permanent collection are used for various promotional and educational purposes. The artist retains their copyright and no profit will be made off of any artists’ images. The museum never sells work from it’s permanent collection.

Artists chosen for exhibition at the Philadelphia Airport will be notified via email by September 30th, 2020. Unfortunately, artists not chosen for the exhibition will not be notified.

For more information, please visit www.minimuseumphilly.com, or www.minimuseumphilly.com/exhibitions.html

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