2nd Open Call Juried Photography Exhibition
October 15 – November 14, 2015
- Jurored by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography.
- Opening Reception Thursday October 15, 2015
2nd Open Call Accepted Artists
|Sherry||Aikman||Stutthof - Souls||Photography||2013||Dallas||TX|
|Ben||Altman||Ravensbrück Concentration Camp. Federal Republic of Germany||Pigment Inkjet or Platinum-Palladium Print||2015||Spencer||NY|
|Julie||Anand||Calibration Mark A48 with satellites||archival inkjet print||2015||Phoenix||AZ|
|Roger||Archibald||Hauling Out||Photography||2013||North Quincy||MA|
|Craig||Becker||Scratch 14||Archival Pigment Print||2015||Windham||ME|
|Marna||Bell||Closer To Home 25||Archival Pigment Print||2014||Syracuse||NY|
|Margaret||Birnbaum||1 Bitter Melon Hut||Archival Digital Print||2015||Somerville||MA|
|John||Boccanfuso||A Place to Reflect||Digital||2014||Lawrenceville||NJ|
|Edie||Bresler||If I won||Archival pigment print||2015||Somerville||MA|
|Curran||Broderick||Morning Light||Inkjet Print||2015||Medford||MA|
|Ellen||Cantor||Nancy Drew||Archival pigment print||2013||Rolling Hills Estates||CA|
|Kaylee||Cataldo-Perry||Fragments2||Gelatin Silver Print||2015||Stoneham||MA|
|Mark||Coggins||Geisha Confidential||Digital Archival Print||2015||Belmont||CA|
|Leah||Cooper||Ted Writing In The Dinette Miami Beach, Florida 6/6/43||photography||2014||Baltimore||MD|
|Peter||Croteau||Mountain XIV||Archival Pigment Print||2014||Providence||RI|
|sandi||daniel||Hornet||Photography pigment transfer to Kinwashi paper||2015||Freeport||NY|
|nancy||edelstein||Friday Night Dinners-Golden Wave||Archival Pigment Print||2015||seattle||WA|
|Yorgos||Efthymiadis||Untitled_07||Archival Pigment Print||2015||Somerville||MA|
|Deb||Ehrens||Frozen Geometry||photograph||2014||South Dartmouth||MA|
|Jeff||Evans||Normal Water Dept||Color digital photo||2013||Rantoul||IL|
|Florin||Firimita||The Reader #3||photography||2015||Winsted||CT|
|David||Francis||Lamaire Reflections||Archival Inkjet Print||2015||Houston||TX|
|Steve||Genatossio||NY. Route 20||Archival pigment print||2015||Somersworth||NH|
|Amy||Giese||Untitled||unique silver gelatin chemigram + skiagram||2014||Allston||MA|
|Pierre||Hauser||Deep Brooklyn||Digital Photography||2013||New York City||NY|
|Brett||Henrikson||Chaotic Forms #112||Silver Gelatin Print from Arranged Wet Plate Collodion Negat||2015||Pawtucket||RI|
|Donna||Hixson||Lost Alligators||100% Cotton Rag Archival Paper||2013||Boca Raton||FL|
|Lily||Idle||Submerged Seattle||Silver Gelatin Print||2013||Beverly Hills||CA|
|Marky||Kauffmann||Commet Tails||digital archival pigment print||2015||Somerville||MA|
|Lee||Kilpatrick||Happy New Year||archival pigment print||2013||Somerville||MA|
|Elise||Kirk||Swan, Bunny||4x5 Negative, Archival Inkjet Print||2015||Providence||RI|
|Drew||Leventhal||Ally-49||Digital Photography||2015||Bryn Mawr||PA|
|Howard||Lewis||Circle and Sphere||Photography||2014||White Plains||NY|
|Anda||Marcu||Trapped I||film photography||2015||London||Other|
|Katherine||Matthiesen||Self-Portrait, Green||Archival pigment print||2015||Houston||TX|
|Jim||McKinniss||Farmdustrial #57||Archival Inkjet||2015||Santa Maria||CA|
|Lynette||Miller||The Uncertainty Principle||pigment print on cotton rag||2015||Black Mountain||NC|
|Mary Anne||Mitchell||dream in a dream||archival inkjet print from scan of wet plate collodion plate||2015||Atlanta||GA|
|Emily Hanako||Momohara||Stray Bees||Pigment Print||2014||Cincinnati||OH|
|Judith||Montminy||Divided Light||Archival inkjet print||2015||Duxbury||MA|
|Rebecca||Moseman||Flying Lanterns_The Book||Photography||2015||Purcellville||VA|
|Paul||Murray||Iceland Beach Ice #1||Color Photography||2013||Jamestown||RI|
|Laura||Noel||Berta and Elmer Hader's The Big Snow, 2012||Archival Pigment Print||2012||Atlanta||GA|
|Alexandra||Opie||Echo no 153||Tintype||2014||Salem||OR|
|Zoe||Perry-Wood||Aisha & Yadrya, BAGLY Prom Series||Archival Pigment Print||2015||Lexington||MA|
|Camilo||Ramirez||Burnout||Archival Inkjet Print||2014||Jamaica Plain||MA|
|Lisa||Redburn||Swimming in the Clouds||Photograph||2012||Montclair||NJ|
|Michelle||Rogers Pritzl||Untitled||tintype||2013||Long Beach||CA|
|Andi||Schreiber||Tart||Archiaval Inkjet Print||2014||Scarsdale||NY|
|Alan||Strassman||Homage to Hopper||photograph, archival inkjet print||2015||Weston||MA|
|Sandra Chen||Weinstein||Anna #2||Archival Pigment Print||2015||Lake Forest||CA|
- Best of show $500
- 2nd place $200
- 3rd place $100
- People’s choice prize $200 determined by online poll conducted during the exhibit. Prize awarded at the end of the exhibit. (email address required for online vote)
- Prizes are awarded as gift cards from a worldwide online photography store
- Prizes will be announced at the opening reception on Thursday October 15 at 7:15 pm
- Entry deadline: September 24, 2015, 11:59 pm MDT
- Notice of acceptance: October 1 , 2015
- Print service: end of day, Sunday October 4, 2015
- Artwork received October 10 and October 11 from 1 to 4pm
- Shipped artwork received up to October 12 at 4pm
- Awards reception: October 15, 5 to 7pm
- Gallery Night Providence: October 15, 5 to 9pm
- Show closes: November 14, 12 noon
- Artwork pickup: November 14 and 15 from 1 to 4pm
- Any pieces not picked up after November 21 may be donated to charity.
Accepted Photographs for Exhibition
Artwork can be hand delivered to the gallery October 10 and October 11 from 1 to 4pm. Shipped artwork should arrive between Friday October 9 and Monday October 12 2015.
Presentation matters! Prize winners will be judged from the actual work hanging in the gallery.
All work submitted for exhibition must be printed and framed professionally with either glass or plexi, and be wired with D-rings and ready to hang. PMFA recognizes that some work is non-traditional and incorporates the framing as an integral part of the presentation. Prints on aluminum, wood, or other alternative material are acceptable. The maximum height and/or width including the frame must not exceed 40 inches.
Photographs not suitably prepared will be excluded. Once unpacked at the gallery framed photographs may be evaluated once again. Printing excellence, mounting and framing qualities of each piece will be taken into account. Do not use screwed hooks, sawtooth hangers, exposed glass edges, or cleats. Work not properly framed or damaged in shipment may not be exhibited.
Distant photographers whose work is accepted for the exhibit can use our print service to avoid shipping costs and mailing problems. The Best of Show winner of the May 2015 “1st Open Call” show used the print service.
We print images at a good size to maximize impact at exhibition. The process is easy:
- Save your file at 300dpi at one of the standard image sizes below (next page). Save as JPG maximum quality, file size less than 20MB.
- Email the file to PMFA by end of day, Sunday October 4, 2015. Write “print service and [your name]” in the subject line of your email.
- PMFA will email you a PayPal invoice for $40 per print.
- Promptly send payment for the invoice so we can print, frame, and hang your image in time for the show.
After the exhibit all print-service prints remain available for viewing at the gallery. At your request we can ship the print to you after the show has concluded (contiguous 48 states USA only).
Print service image sizes at 300dpi:
- 12 x 16 inches (3:4 aspect)
- 14 x 14 inches (Square)
- 11 x 16.5 inches (2:3 aspect)
- 18 x 10.125 inches (16:9 aspect)
- All prints have additional white border all around and will be displayed in professional 3/4 inch black frames behind acrylic.
Artists who choose to ship accepted works will be responsible for supplying a pre-paid return shipping label. Shipped artwork must be received by October 12 at 4pm.
Peter Miller Fine Art Photography Gallery
118 North Main Street, 2nd Floor
Providence, RI 02903
Sales, Commission, and No Sales Tax
All work accepted for gallery exhibition must be for sale. PMFA will retain a 30% commission on the sale of any work. Sale proceeds will be paid to the artist within 30 days of the close of the show. All photographs must be signed by the artist. The sale of signed, original, limited edition artwork in the state of Rhode Island is sales tax free.
About the Juror
Paula Tognarelli is the Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts, a nonprofit with a mission to promote an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional and social impact. Ms. Tognarelli is responsible for producing over 60 exhibitions a year at the Griffin and its surrounding satellite spaces.
Paula holds an M.S. in Arts Administration from Boston University, BA from Regis College, is a graduate of the New England School of Photography and is a current candidate for her Masters in Education at Lesley University. She has juried and curated exhibitions internationally including American Photo’s Image of the Year, Photoville’s Fence, Flash Forward Festival, Deland Arts Festival, Center for Fine Art Photography, PDN’s Photo Annual, PDN’s Curator Awards, the Kontinent Awards, the Filter Festival in Chicago, San Francisco International Photography Exhibition , Your Daily Photograph for Duncan Miller Gallery and the Lishui International Photography Festival in Lishui, China.
Paula is a regular participant in national and local portfolio reviews, has been a panelist and featured speaker at photography events and conferences including MacWorld. She has been a panelist for the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Photography Fellowships and is a nominator for the Prix Pictet in Geneva, Switzerland, a nominator for the Heinz Prize in Pennsylvania, the Robert Gardner Fellowship at Harvard University, and the Rappaport Prize in Massachusetts. She is a past member of the Xerox Technical Advisory Board. She is on the advisory board of the New England School of Photography and the Flash Forward Festival Boston.
Gallery Night Providence
PMFA is a member gallery of Gallery Night Providence.
The “Open Call” awards reception will coincide with the October 15, 2015 Gallery Night.
Every third Thursday of the month, from March to November, 22 galleries and museums across Providence, Rhode Island open their doors. Gallery Night Providence is a free event, and celebrates art ranging from contemporary multi-media installations to one-of-a-kind functional artworks.
Starting with nine determined galleries in 1996, Gallery Night Providence has grown into a regional visual arts extravaganza. Art buses travel the neighborhoods of Providence letting people on and off at galleries, museums and historic sites. Over 10,000 people each year enjoy exhibitions, demonstrations, lectures, live music and performances.
- Participant’s Waiver
Submission of work automatically waives any claim for damage or loss against PMFA, including the officers, members and employees. PMFA will exercise reasonable care in handling all entries, but will not assume any liability for loss or damage while in the PMFA’s possession or during shipping. Work may be independently insured by the photographer.
Each artist retains all copyrights to their own images. Artist’s recognition is provided with any use.
- Usage Rights
By submitting images you are giving PMFA the right to use the images for the purpose of marketing the exhibition and for reproduction online. Artists grant the use of their image(s) as stated without further contact or compensation from the PMFA. Artist’s recognition is provided with any use. Submitting artists will be added to PMFA’s email subscriber list. They may opt out using a link on each email at any time.
- PMFA reserves the right to adjust any deadline(s) as the result of causes beyond its immediate control.
- Payment of the submission fee indicates acknowledgement of all terms and conditions.
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