New York Center for Photographic Art Call for Entry: “Let’s Play”

New York Center for Photographic Art Call for Entry: “Let’s Play”

This Deadline Expired: Sunday, August 29, 2021

International Juried Call for Entry

JUROR:  CRISTA DIX
Associate Director – The Griffin Museum
DEADLINE:  August 29, 2021
Midnight – Pacific Time
Online Gallery – Catalog – $4,000 in cash awards
$35 entry for 3 images – $10 each additional image 

LET’S PLAY:

In the northern Hemisphere summer Is here, the weather is warm, and we have the great outdoors to play in.  The truth, however, is we can play indoors and outdoors all year long no matter what the weather. “Play Ball” brings to mind baseball, but sports, including things like polo and volleyball, are only part of how we play. Don’t forget the myriad of other outdoor and indoor games.  Consider childhood activities like hit the penny and hopscotch, running bases, playground swings, seesaws and merry go rounds. Indoors adds so much more with all the wonderful games like chess, Mah Jongg, bridge and Monopoly. Shots that focus on the game, the equipment, or the players are all part of the theme. Send in your interpretation of this broad and varied theme. As with all NYC4PA calls, all 2D photographic art is accepted.

EXHIBITION AND AWARDS:
There will be 10 cash prizewinners, 20 Juror Selections and 20 Honorable Mentions
CASH PRIZES
Grand Prize: One photographer will receive $1,100.  The image will be featured on the home page of the NYC4PA website and the cover of the catalog.
First Prize: 3 photographers will each receive $400.
Second Prize: 3 photographers will each receive $325.
Third Prize: 3 photographers will each receive $250.

ONLINE GALLERY, CATALOG and AWARD CERTIFICATE
All award winners will be included in both the online gallery and catalog and be presented with a certificate.
FOR FULL PROSPECTUS AND TO ENTER:
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Jessica Eldredge
Jessica Eldredge
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