Editors Choice Award: $500! This $500 reward will be given to a photographer who stands out amongst all others to our editorial staff. This Photographer will be voted on in-house and after a winner is selected, they will be notified via email. This photographer will be included in the print magazine. Payment will be mailed via check during the summer of 2019.
How Much? Photographers can submit up to twenty photographs for $40.
Current Students (must be currently attending university) can submit up to twenty photographs for $30.
The Print Center is very pleased to announce the 94th ANNUAL International Competition juried by Charlotte Cotton and Gretchen Wagner. Cotton is a curator of photography and author based in Los Angeles; she is Curator-in-Residence at the California Museum of Photography, Riverside and recently published Photography Is Magic (Aperture, 2015). Wagner is the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow for Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Saint Louis Art Museum and co-curator/co-author of Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now (Saint Louis Art Museum, 2018).
Any artist using Photography and/or Printmaking as critical components in their work can enter. Artists whose work pushes the boundaries of traditional photographic and printmaking practices are encouraged to enter.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards are accepted.
Any artist using photography and/or printmaking as critical components in their work can enter. Work submitted must have been completed in the last three years. Up to five images may be submitted and only one submission per person is allowed.
Accepted formats: Images: Up to 5 MB/each: jpg, png, gif
Videos: Up to 250 MB/each: mov, wmv, flv, mp4
Each uploaded file must be labeled with Title, Date, Medium (e.g. etching, inkjet, gelatin silver, lithograph) and Dimensions (paper size, video duration or installation measurements).
Location: SORDONI GALLERY, Wilkes University, First Place Prize $2500, Second Place $1000, Third Place $500
Entry Fee: $25 for up to 35 images
Theme: Anyone and everyone are welcomed to submit work that was created within the Rust Belt Region (New York, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, West Virginia, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin) We are looking for photographic bodies of works that explore the social and cultural realities that represent and make a commentary of this very important region within the American landscape. Additionally we are looking for both in progress or fully realized photographic work in printed form.
Juror: Andrew L. Moore is the competition juror for the first RUST BELT BIENNIAL. Born 1957, Andrew L. Moore carved his place in the art world making large format color photographs. Moore’s photography series — typically taken over the course of many years —capture the effect of time on natural and man-made landscapes. Andrew Moore’s photography follows locales from Cuba to Russia and the United States, including slices of cities like Detroit and New York as well as broader regions including the High Plains and American South. Andrew Moore’s documentary-style approach to his work, along with his compelling subject matter, creates a hybrid that is equal parts journalism and art. Andrew Moore’s photography has appeared at Whitney Museum of American Art, Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smithsonian Institute, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, J. Paul Getty Museum and countless galleries and museums across the U.S. Andrew Moore has also had solo exhibitions at Jackson Fine Art eight times since 2003.