Group Showcase 2012
muse: the goddess or the power regarded as inspiring a poet, artist, thinker, or the like.
â€˜Museâ€™ is a concept deeply seeded in the exploration of photography. Tina Modotti was the well-documented muse of Edward Weston. Paris was the muse of Eugene Atget, while some might argue that Edward Steichenâ€™s muse was photography itself.
For this call we are considering works that address the concept of â€˜The Muse.â€™ Your interpretation of what â€˜museâ€™ means is entirely personal and we challenge you to think beyond the more common notions of the concept. Please provide a short artist statement explaining your ideas on what â€˜museâ€™ is for you and how youâ€™ve incorporated it into your work.
This call for art is open to all photographers internationally. All processes and techniques are welcomed but understand we are looking for unconventional photographic methods and alternative photographic processes.
All published photographers will receive a complimentary copy of Diffusion, Volume IV, 2012.
Best of Show will also receive a copy of Diffusion Volume II, III and a feature spread in â€œEditorâ€™s Selectionâ€.
1st and 2nd place photographers will receive a feature spread in â€œEditorâ€™s Selectionâ€.
Honorable Mentions will also be recognized.
Learning to Feel by Blue Mitchell
Submit images (300 ppi) in JPEG or TIFF format, sized to approximately 12â€ in the longest direction. Images should be titled with photographers first name then last name and image title. For example, If the title of my photograph is â€œLearning to Feelâ€ then my file name should look like: Blue_Mitchell_Learning_to_Feel.tiff
Submit files on CD only.
20.00$ submission fee for 5 images. $5.00 for each additional image with no maximum. Submission fees are non-refundable.
Payable to One Twelve Publishing (we accept check or money order)
What to send us
No entry form is required, but please enclose a text document or PDF that includes your name, address, email (mandatory for notification), image titles, photographic process, website, artist statement (discussed above) and any other information pertinent to your submittal.
All entries must be received by December 1st, 2011
Send entries to:
One Twelve Publishing
1631 NE Broadway #143
Portland, OR 97232
If you are outside of North America and wish to save money on shipping, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to gather your information electronically.