PPAC Contemporary Photography Competition and Exhibition

PPAC Contemporary Photography Competition and Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

The Annual Photography Competition and Exhibition is an annual call for entries that is open to artists of all ages, backgrounds, and education and training. We welcome any work involving photography, digital imaging, film and video, and/or lens-based installation work. Each year, a prestigious curator judges the competition.

Submissions for the 10th Annual Contemporary Photography Competition are open now through June 30!

Learn more at PPAC’s website here, and apply here.

Christina Massey
Brooke Lanier

Brooke Lanier creates colorful, detailed, meditative watercolor and oil paintings of interactions between nature and architecture.…

Brooke Lanier creates colorful, detailed, meditative watercolor and oil paintings of interactions between nature and architecture. They combine elements of figurative and abstract painting.…

Brooke Lanier creates colorful, detailed, meditative watercolor and oil paintings of interactions between nature and architecture. They combine elements of figurative and abstract painting.…

Kevin Hetzel
Eric Fausnacht

Modern representation of traditional farm animals using pattern and texture to create larger-than-life portraitures.…

Modern representation of traditional farm animals using pattern and texture to create larger-than-life portraitures.…

Modern representation of traditional farm animals using pattern and texture to create larger-than-life portraitures.…

Rebecca Schultz

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements…

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements such as rock formations and plants. Her installation work focuses on environmental…

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements such as rock formations and plants. Her installation work focuses on environmental issues. Much of Rebecca's…

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