PDN Emerging Photographer Contest


Submissions are open for the Spring 2019 issue of Emerging Photographer, showcasing the work of up-and-coming photographers with around five years or less of professional experience.

We've featured the work of more than 80 photographers over nine issues, distributing print copies directly to photo editors, creative directors and photo festivals, and promoting the digital edition to the audience of our parent magazine, Photo District News.

Be a part of the next issue! We are looking for photographers with a fresh perspective, compelling imagery and an insatiable drive to make an impact within the photography community. All submitted work is reviewed by editors of Emerging PhotographerPDN and Rangefinder magazines.



Deadline: March 4, 2019


March Residency at Red Hook Labs Brooklyn

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A week long workshop in Brooklyn for the advanced photographer who wishes to immerse themselves in the photography community of New York City.  

Called “one of New York’s best galleries” by Dazed, Labs is a combination of school, studio and gallery, and a launching pad for emerging photographers in New York City. Come join the Labs community this spring!

Portfolio reviews will take place as well as a critical dialogue about the Resident’s work with fellow workshop participants and guest artists. Prominent gallerists, photo editors, curators, creative directors and photographers will discuss their profession and the work of the Residency participants, and publishing archives, gallery tours, curatorial conversations and studio visits will inform. Opening reception of FOAM Talent 2019 at Red Hook Labs and a panel discussion will end the week.

The program is designed to bring new insights and challenges to each individual’s work, and to inspire future work.  Although not a venue for making new photographs, the limitless creative community of New York will provide momentum, and each participant will form a new understanding of the professional community of visual culture as it is headquartered in New York.

RHL19 Brooklyn Residency Program will take place from 17-24 March 2019 and the fee is $2100 for seven days of activity and programming.  14 participants will be accepted. By application only. Transportation and housing and living expenses are excluded.

For more information, please e-mail to school@redhooklabs.com.

Please indicate the name and the number of the class in the application form.

Schedule: March 17-24, 2019

Apply by: March 3, 2019

Price: $2100

Download Residency Brochure

Apply: Fill out the Application Form and e-mail it to school@redhooklabs.com.


Creative Content Internship with Tom's Shoes


Interested in Applying?

Are you a current undergraduate student or will you be graduating in the next few months?  Are you available to join our team from June 18th to August 21st, 2019?  During this full-time internship program, we expect our interns will work an average of 40 hrs/week at our Headquarters in Los Angeles, CA and be available for the entirety of the 9.5-week program.

About the Role:

We are looking for four (4) Creative Content Interns to work on our Stand for Stories Project to be showcased on our story hub, a new feature of the TOMS.com website.  This team of creators will be responsible for telling the inspirational stories of the interesting artists, activists and employees we work with.

Over the course of the 9.5-week program, the interns will be guided by our innovative creative team and

will learn how TOMS utilizes multiple platforms and media to tell and share stories and engage consumers with our brand.  The interns will hone their skills in the craft of writing, storytelling, video editing, presentation, and artistic direction, while keeping the TOMS audience in mind. 

The ideal candidates will be avid storytellers with a portfolio ready to share.  We are looking for those interested in film, photography, editing, copywriting, music, etc. and are looking to build a well-rounded team of innovative creatives.


BoldPas - Artist Call for Submissions


Save the date! Old Pasadena Management District announces the third annual BoldPas: A Day of Art & Play in Old Pasadena, scheduled for Saturday, June 8, 2019 in the commercial and historic heart of Pasadena, California – Old Pasadena.

The free, one-day event encourages the community to experience art in myriad ways within the district’s unique downtown alleyways and public spaces. The selected temporary art installations are bold – in color, scale, materials, and concept. Many of them incorporate a component of interactivity – come play with the art!  

The 2017 and 2018 events filled the district with fantastic community spirit, bright color, a sense of local pride, and a wide range of attendees that included hip millennials, young families, eco-urban enthusiasts, and seasoned art lovers. In 2019, visitors will once again have the opportunity to meet selected and commissioned artists who remain on site throughout the event to engage with the public. Local businesses will entice visitors with storefronts decorated in surprising ways.

The 2019 Call for Submissions has been released. Artists in the greater Los Angeles area are encouraged to submit proposals by March 15, 2019 for consideration; six of the 12 event installations will be selected from this call. Find the Call for Submissions, photos, inspiration boards, and more on the event website: www.oldpasadena.org/boldpas.


Photography Alumna Barbara DuMetz featured in Dot Magazine

Portrait of Barbara DuMetz in 2019

Portrait of Barbara DuMetz in 2019

In the summer of 1967, Photography and Imaging alumna and pioneering commercial photographer Barbara DuMetz, then 20, took her new Kodak Instamatic—a gift from her dentist father—and walked through her Detroit neighborhood, photographing houses and beauty salons burned during the uprising there a few days earlier. African-American residents had clashed with police to protest deep-seated racism, economic disparity and police brutality.

“I used that camera to start photographing life before I knew I would become a photographer,” says DuMetz by phone from her home in Atlanta, Georgia, where she retired eight years ago.

Starting in the early ‘70s, DuMetz ran her own advertising photography business in Southern California for more than 40 years. She’s known for her photos of African-American actors, musicians, visual artists and luminaries such as Maya Angelou, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Miles Davis, Pam Grier, Rosa Parks, Betye Saar and Charles White, as well as groundbreaking national ads depicting African Americans for brands such as Kraft, Coca-Cola, Delta, Nestle and McDonald’s.

Link to the full article HERE.


Hahnemühle's International Student Photo Competition


Hahnemühle is happy to announce their first photo competition which is specially designed for photography students. No matter what their individual style and focus is, all enrolled photography students have the chance to take part and submit a series of five images. The choice of theme is left entirely up to the student.

About the competition
The competition consists of two rounds. In the first round, the jury selects 50 finalists from among all the online entries. In the second and final round, the 50 finalists will submit their photo series printed on Hahnemühle paper.

To make choosing the paper easier, every finalist will receive a set of Hahnemühle sample packs. This means that every participant in the final round has the opportunity to choose the paper that best suits their own photo series. We’ll then give each finalist a box of 25 A3+ sheets of their chosen paper.

Take a look at the teaser video 

The Jury
We have assembled an internationally renowned jury, made up of photographers, curators, gallerists and other experienced photo industry experts, who will evaluate the photo series from a professional perspective according to the following criteria:

  • artistic quality: composition, creativity and visual persuasiveness

  • technical quality: technical/practical implementation

  • quality of content: congruence between the concepts and visual implementation

In the coming weeks, we will gradually reveal the judges on our website.

The top three finalists will receive a cash prize of EUR 1,500 for first place. Second place will receive EUR 1,000, and third place will receive EUR 300. The prize money is intended to further promote and financially support the student's photography work.

As a special highlight, the winning photo series will be displayed at the Hahnemühle booth at Photokina 2020 and exhibited at the gallery “Eisfabrik” in Hannover for six weeks.


It’s easy to take part with our upload portal on www.hahnemuehle.com/photocompetition

Students just need to upload their photo series, fill out all the required information, accept the terms and conditions and submit.

Submission period starts 1 March 2019 and ends 30 April 2019.


Disney/ABC Photography & New Media Internship - Summer 2019


Location Burbank, California, United States
Business Disney ABC Television Group
Date posted Feb. 01, 2019

Job Summary:

As a Photography & New Media intern, you will work with a team dedicated to the highest quality in everything they do. A team committed to knowing, serving and delighting audiences around the world, and striving to ensure each other’s success as a team. The purpose of this internship is to provide support to the Photo Production Staff. That support includes but is not limited to administrative work, photo shoots, special projects, events and basic initiatives. Visit the website here for more information and to apply.


  • Assisting in the production of photo shoots, helping with logistics and on-site tasks.

  • Assisting the Photo Coordinator with events (red carpet, panels and corporate).

  • Working with the Production Manager with image captions and database updates.

  • Assisting the Photo Librarian with asset management.

  • Working with Photo Editors with asset selections and project maintenance.

  • Assisting the Photo Retouchers with image clean-up and digital editing.

  • You will be relentless in our pursuit of creativity, innovation, and smart risk-taking.

  • You will Act with integrity, transparency, candor and respect.

  • You will embrace fun as an essential ingredient of our success.

  • You will be a global citizen: at Disney/ABC Television Group (DATG), we believe that doing well also means doing good.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  • Proven skills utilizing MS Office Suite: Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint.

  • Excellent writing and research skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.

  • A proven knowledge and familiarity with Mac computer systems.

  • A proven ability to multi-task in a rapidly changing work environment.

  • The ability to effectively balance and prioritizing multiple projects.

  • Proven organizational skills while ensuring attention to detail.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Junior or Senior-level standing, or a recent graduate within 6 months of graduation date.

  • Majoring in Photography or Film/Television studies/Communications.

  • Previous internship experience within a related field.

Additional Information:

  • All candidates must be eligible to work in the US.

  • All candidates must be at least 18 years old.

  • All candidates must currently be enrolled in an accredited college or university and taking at least one class – OR – be a recent graduate of an accredited college or university within the last six (6) months - OR - be currently participating in the Disney College Program, Disney Culinary Program or Disney Professional Internship Program in order to qualify for this internship.

  • Work is not remote; it is in-office.

  • All candidates must be able to have a consistent, reliable work schedule throughout the session.

  • All candidates must be able to work in the Burbank office and provide their own housing and transportation for the duration of the internship.

Program Dates:

  • All candidates must be available from May/June to August/September

  • All candidates must be willing to work 40 hours/week


Communication Arts Annual Photography Competition 2019


What to Enter
Any photograph first published or produced from March 2018 through March 2019 is eligible. Entries may originate from any country. Explanation of the function in English is very important to the judges. Submission of entries acknowledges the right of Communication Arts to use them for publication and exhibition. You retain all rights to your images. If selected, you will need to grant us the right to reproduce the image or images for our online, digital and print-based publication.

Visit the Website Here

Photography Competition Categories
These categories are judged by the Photography jury and will appear in the Photography Annual. For a list of fees, please download the category PDF:

Advertising: ads, posters, music and product packaging, etc.
Books: covers, jackets, interiors, etc.
Editorial: consumer or trade magazines, newspapers, etc.
For Sale: posters, prints, greeting cards, licensing/stock, gallery sale, online store, etc.
Institutional: company/association publications, annual reports, catalogs, client websites, blogs, etc.
Motion/Cinematography: time-based media for film, television, video or web, etc.
Self-Promotion: promotion for photographers, design firms, ad agencies, art schools, printers, paper companies, etc.
Unpublished: experimental/personal work not published.
Student Work: photography or cinematography projects created for school assignments.


PDN Photo Annual 2019 Contest


Photo District News (PDN), the award-winning monthly magazine for the professional photographer, has been covering the professional photographic industry for over two decades.

The PDN Photo Annual provides entrants with immeasurable exposure in the industry. Winners' galleries are published in PDN, with additional print distribution to influential creatives looking for new and established talent. The PDN Photo Annual has a reputation for prestige and value.

There's no risk to enter. All photographers retain their copyright. Winning work will only be published in the print and online winners' gallery and in promotion related to the PDN Photo Annual contest.

Deadline: February 4, 2019

Enter in four easy steps

  • Register

  • Pick your categories

  • Payment

  • Upload



SLED Grant


SLED: Student Leadership Education & Development GRANT

Current students can apply for $ to participate in off-campus experiences such as educational conferences, workshops, or classes that demonstrate the potential for learning leadership skills and pursue growth in a field of your interest not currently offered at ArtCenter. Research now and apply! Attached is a copy of the survey, so that you can get a feel for the questions in advance of applying.

Funds may not be used retroactively, meaning that all proposals must begin after Thursday, February 21. 
We recommend that applicants search out opportunities that are scheduled Late February 2019 - Early October 2019.

Please apply via the SM link:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SLED_SP19

Complete applications are DUE by MONDAY WEEK 6 (2/18/19) by 9AM. 

No late or incomplete applications will be accepted. 

Remember to read all directions and submit a complete application!

- Students (degree seeking) from all undergraduate and graduate disciplines are eligible to apply. 
- The Committee will only review/consider one experience per student!
- Applicants must be current ArtCenter students and in good academic and disciplinary standing.
- Applicants must complete the experience prior to graduation.
- Priority will be given to students who have not received a previous grant. 

Funds may not be used in connection with personal projects, Sponsored Projects, curricular courses for credit, field research, senior projects, thesis work, or experiences that are solely networking opportunities.

In the past funds have been used for the following types of learning experiences:
Educational Conferences: 
TEA Summit, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Open Engagement, SIGGRAP, CORE 77, IDEO U, Medical Design Conference, Biofabricate, Udacity, dwell, Creative Time, AAAI Symposium, Primer Conference, and the College Art Association Annual Conference
Workshops: glass blowing, pigment making, Cornerstone Theater, Open Book, Light Grey Art Lab, and Film Independent Forum, Sk8scapes, Shakespeare Scene Study, Swedish Language Immersion, Ballet Folklorórico, and open water diving classes for underwater photography
Art and Design Exhibits: 
Men’s Paris Fashion Week, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Cannes Film Festival, Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology, Bauhaus Archiv Museum, and Cars 'n Couture at the Magnus Walker Loft


March of Dimes Photography Volunteer Opportunity


March of Dimes has an annual event called March for Babies coming up in Los Angeles on April 27th from 6:30am – 11:30am at Grand Park. This event is a 5k walk and festival to bring awareness to the March of Dimes’ mission of fighting for the health of all moms and babies. The event is a fun day full of activities and a walk that bring together families, individuals, and companies impacted by premature birth, birth defects, and infant loss. 

With this event coming up we are having our kickoff event on January 17th from 11:30am – 1pm at the Lexus Club at the Staples Center. This is a smaller event for approximately 100 team captains and top walkers that provides information about the upcoming March for Babies and kicks off the fundraising season. 

For both of these events we are looking for skilled photographers who can help us capture these moments. We would love to have approximately 3 photographers for the March for Babies event on April 27th and 1-2 photographers for the kickoff on January 17th. We ask that we are sent the photos from both of these events with a turnaround of 1-3 days. However, the photographer can absolutely keep photos to use for their portfolio.

Please email Cassandra Dawson at CDawson@marchofdimes.org for more information on volunteering


Open Call: Aperture Portfolio Prize 2019


About Aperture Portfolio Prize

The purpose of the Aperture Portfolio Prize is to identify trends in contemporary photography and highlight artists whose work deserves greater recognition. When choosing the first prize winner and runners up, Aperture’s editorial and curatorial staff look for innovative bodies of work that haven’t been widely seen in major publications or exhibition venues.

What Winners Receive

The first prize winner will be published in Aperture magazine and will receive a $3,000 cash prize and exhibition in New York. The winner and up to four runners up will be featured in an online gallery on aperture.org. All finalists are announced in the foundation’s e-newsletter, which reaches fifty thousand subscribers across the globe, including curators, critics, and members of the photography community. The winner and runners up may also be presented the opportunity to participate in the Aperture Foundation limited edition print program.

Deadline: January 24, 2019

More information and website here


Denhart Sustainability Scholarship Prize 2019

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Art and design fostering environmental responsibility & commitment to social good.


The ability of natural and man-made systems to sustain themselves and flourish is the great challenge of our time. Art and design sit at the nexus of these systems and create the connections that give us shelter, mobility, communication, comfort, and quality of life. How artists and designers make those connections—between materials and functions, cultures and technology, ecosystems and commerce, well-being and stewardship—is the key to our shared future.


In response to this charge, ArtCenter College of Design, together with the Denhart Family, has created the Denhart Family Sustainability Scholarship Prize to:

1.  Raise awareness across campus of sustainability and its relevance to art and design

2.  Assist the College in becoming a leader in sustainability and comprehensive design

3.  Create a competition to recognize, encourage and support exceptional undergraduate students whose research and/or projects prioritize environmental, social and/or economic sustainability.

The Denhart Family Sustainability Scholarship Prize supports the College's developing curriculum in comprehensive design and will foster in students, faculty and staff recognition of environmental responsibility and a commitment to social good.


The Denhart Family Sustainability Scholarship Prize consists of three prizes, awarded annually:

•       1st Place Prize-$15,000

•       2nd Place Prize-$10,000

•       3rd Place Prize - $5,000

Prizes shall be distributed as scholarship funds applied directly to the winning students' accounts at ArtCenter and must be applied to tuition within one year after receiving the award. Denhart Prize funds are applied to tuition only, therefore students in their final term are not eligible.

Deadline: By 5:00 PM, Friday, February 08, 2019:


To be considered for the Denhart Family Sustainability Scholarship Prize students shall complete an application. Students from all undergraduate disciplines with active enrollment status are eligible to apply. Students who have filed for an official Leave of Absence are also eligible to apply for a Denhart Prize. After reviewing applications, a selection committee will identify semi-finalists. These students will be asked to provide additional information.


The winners will demonstrate the most impactful concepts and/or projects that promote and innovate in the areas of social, environmental and/or economic sustainability. Students will be judged on their abilities to present new, exciting, holistic steps forward for art and design.

Concepts and work may be in the field of art, design, communication, systems programs or initiatives. They may range from a carefully considered idea to a fully realized project, and must be conveyed in an compelling and thoughtful way. At its core the work should speak to the principles of sustainable development by addressing the needs and aspirations of present generations, while recognizing the earth on whom future generations depend.

For Application Click Here

Or stop by the Photo Office


Digital Paid Internship, Milk Studios



Highly established commercial photography studio in Hollywood, CA is looking for competent, hard working, self-sufficient individuals to intern with their Digital Department. A background in digital photography and video is essential. We are looking for upbeat, enthusiastic people who are eager to learn about the industry, willing to work hard and take initiative.

As an intern you will assist with everyday duties including testing cameras & computers, packing studio & location orders, cleaning, daily inventory, and performing daily maintenance on all studio computers. We are also responsible for providing strong in house support to our clients and team members.

You will be handling:
· Canon & Nikon DSLR digital camera systems
· Hasselblad & Phase One medium format cameras with Phase One digital back systems
· Red & Arri video camera systems
· Various software applications including Capture One, Adobe Creative Suite, and DaVinci Resolve
· Troubleshooting hardware & software issues on Mac computers
· Daily administrative tasks, picking up & delivering equipment

To apply, please respond with subject heading DIGITAL INTERNSHIP and a resume w/cover letter in the BODY of the email.


Job Type: Part-time


Milk Studios website here


Extended Deadline: PDN Student Photo Contest


Gain Important and Critical Exposure for your Work! The PDNedu Student Photo Contest is open to students of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, and also includes a category for high school students. Winners and honorable mentions will be recognized in the Spring 2019 issue of PDNedu, which has a circulation of 50,000 copies to students and educators nationwide. Featured photographers will also be promoted to PDN's online audience of more than 500,000 followers.

Grand-prize winners will also receive prizes that include a Nikon DSLR camera, $150 to B&H Photo and Video and a portfolio consultation with either an editor at PDN or a contest judge.

Deadline: January 10, 2019


Los Angeles Center of Photography: Call For Entries

5th Annual “: Street Shooting Around the World” exhibition. Juried by Nick Turpin.

5th Annual “: Street Shooting Around the World” exhibition. Juried by Nick Turpin.

Visit the website HERE

About the Exhibit

We are pleased to announce our Fifth Annual Street Shooting Around the World Exhibition! The exhibit will run from February 8 – March 8, 2019, with opening night reception scheduled for Friday, February 8, 7-10 pm, 2019. The theme is street shooting around the world. The juror, Nick Turpin, will select between 40-50 images based on creativity, originality, and quality. In addition, another 40-50 images will be chosen for a virtual gallery display via LACP’s website. There is no limit to the amount of images which can be submitted.


1st prize will receive $1,000 in cash, six photos in the exhibit, plus an invitation to show work during the STREET WEEK in LA presentations (February 4-7, 2019).
Honorable mentions will be recognized as well.
(NOTE: To be eligible for the 1st prize, you MUST submit at least SIX IMAGES. Why at least six images? We need to see a BODY of work (not just one or two images), as the 1st prize winner automatically gets six photos in the exhibit (winner must pay for printing, framing and shipping of images) plus $1,000 in cash, plus a guest speaking slot during STREET WEEK in LA.

Deadline for Submission: Monday, December 10, 2018

Notice of Acceptance: Thursday, December 27, 2018

Framed prints (if accepted) due in gallery: Thursday, January 31, 2019

Show Opening: Friday, February 8, 7-10 pm, 2019

Show Dates: February 8 – March 8, 2019


Dot Magazine cover features Photography alum Camillo Longo


Photography alum Camillo Longo (BFA 12) was featured as the cover artist for ArtCenter’s Fall 2018 Dot Magazine. Raised and is based in Southern California’s Antelope Valley, photographer and graphic designer Camillo Longo finds inspiration for his striking photos everywhere, from sprawling national parks and tattooed motorcyclists to moths whose textured wings look like paintings. You can view his featured works and profile in the Fall 2018 Dot Magazine, or online here.


PHOTO LA Internship Opportunity

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Photo L.A. is photo/art fair, a collaborative platform that links the international photography community; world-class artists / photographers, galleries, dealers, & publishers.

We are looking for a highly motivated intern who can assist our Exhibitor Relations Manager. The intern will obtain credit in conjunction with their school program and will gain an overview of how an art/photo fair is run, working with a small collaborative staff. Minimum 3-month commitment of 8-10 hours per week. Schedule is flexible. The following is a list of most of the tasks required for the position.

• Gallery research
• Working with Excel sheets to pull contact info from galleries from various sources
• Finding contact information for various sponsors
• Assistance with organizing exhibitor forms
• Help to follow –up with exhibitors in regard to their images for PR
• Assistance with creating and organizing exhibitor welcome documents
• Assist to check that each exhibitor has business listing with city
• Help gather and check exhibitor ads for digital catalogue
• Help create welcome bags for dealers
• During fair welcome and check in exhibitors (January 29 - Feb 3, 2019)

Send a cover letter and resume, to er@photola.com
Please specify “Exhibitor Relations Intern” in the subject line.

Click Here for more information about the internship
Visit the
Event Website Here


Allard Prize Photography Competition


There is one week left to submit your photographs to the Allard Prize Photography Competition at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia. They will be accepting submissions through November 1, 2018

Entries should reflect themes of courage and leadership in combating corruption, especially through promoting transparency, accountability and the Rule of Law, and of human rights and/or anti-corruption generally.

If you have a photograph that reflects your vision of the Allard Prize values, we invite you to submit it to the Allard Prize Photography Competition. Multiple photographs may be submitted.
Each winning entry will receive: 

  • CDN $1,000 

  • Photograph featured on the Allard Prize website for six months

  • Inclusion of the photographer’s name, and brief description of the photograph, on the website

  • Inclusion of the photograph in the website archive as a past winner

For more information about this competition and how to submit an entry, please visit their website
The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2018 at 11:59PM Pacific Standard Time. Any entries received after this time and date will be considered for our May cycle.


Open Call for Women Artists

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Exhibition Dates: February 16 - March 2, 2019 

Entry Deadline: Thursday, October 25, 2018 @ Midnight

Announcement of Participating Women Artists Date: January 18, 2019

Group Exhibition: Dacia Gallery invites women artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in our upcoming Group Exhibition on Women Artists for 2019. We are looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles, this will be a mixed group show of all recent artwork created by contemporary women artists, exhibiting what they are working on today. The gallery will advertise and promote the selected artists for the exhibitions and host a formal Opening Reception for the exhibition, including an Artist Talk during the opening reception. If you are looking for gallery representation and to have a Show in New York City, submit your art that we may discover your compelling work and present it to the public, gallery directors, curators and collectors. This exhibition is dedicated to the spirit of all women in the arts.

Who Can Participate: All women artists, national and international artists may apply.

The Exhibition: Dacia Gallery will advertise and promote the selected artists for our Group Exhibition and host a formal Opening Reception for the exhibit, including an Artist Talk during the opening reception. 

How Are Artists Selected: Dacia Gallery has three women jurors that review and select the artists that submitted their work. The jurors VOTE through a process of elimination, whoever receives the most votes simply gets to be in the show.

Accepted Artwork: Painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography, digital art, mixed media, site-specific installations, illustration, etc. In other words, all creative culminations are welcome. 

To submit: Please be ready to provide your artist bio, (see our website for examples) and artwork list (i.e. title, medium, dimensions and retail price for each artwork). Please include your name, address, email and phone number on your artist bio and artwork list.

Curation Fee: You may submit up to 10 images for a curation fee of $35.00. Payment of the curation fee is final.

Additionally: Save and label all your image files: Title, name, medium, dimensions and retail price, Example: Untitled, Olivia Smith, Oil on Canvas, 20x30, $100. Dacia Gallery charges 50% commission on all artwork sold during exhibition.

Take a look at the website for more information.

To Submit for the Women Artists Goup Exhibition Click Here.