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Conversations with the Archive

SE Center For Photography

Greenville, SC

For the call for Conversations with the Archive, we are looking for work using historical, familial, or found photographs (or ephemera) to create a new visual language or expression. This reconsideration of other people’s photographs, whether it be from a family album or a dusty thrift store bin, allows the creator to appropriate, construct, edit, and sequence in order to create something entirely new–sometimes in conversation with the photographer’s own imagery, or sometimes as an artistic expression using only appropriated imagery.

Analog and digital manipulation in all its forms welcome. Monochrome or color, all subjects, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.



Open Show #41 Pasadena/East LA

THEME: “This Is a Photograph Because I Say It Is”

We are looking to feature a series of photographs that are not bound by the need to portray reality, but are interested in illustrating an idea, an emotion, or a mood. The photographs must have started as original film-based or digital photographs (taken by a human, not computer-generated) and then altered or manipulated in any way (mild or extreme) as to express something new (not primarily intended by the original reality-based photographs) — optimally, as stated above, an idea, an emotion or a mood. The manipulation may be achieved digitally (i.e., software, filters, etc.) or physically (i.e., creating collages, ripping, sewing on, or otherwise adding unusual objects to the print itself and then re-photographing it).



All the World in New York City

DNA Learning Center

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has opened a new science center, DNA Learning Center NYC, on the campus of the New York City College of Technology in Downtown Brooklyn. Biology lab experiences offered at the center help students and the public see themselves as scientists.

What DNA Says About Our Past and Future, a permanent museum exhibition under development, will present a hopeful message of genetics in our lives. The DNA of any two people is 99.9% identical; racial and ethnic differences acquired as we peopled the globe are, indeed, only “skin deep.”

A gallery within the exhibition—All the World in New York City—will feature photographs of the many races, cultures, and ethnicities represented by the people living today in New York, America’s traditional immigrant city. All of these people are closely related by their common DNA past.



Open Call – Jrnl 12


JRNL 12 submissions accept all types of analogue methods relevant to today’s photographic practices. Scanned film/negatives post-edited in Photoshop or other image editing software are also welcome. Each individual submission accepts up to 10 image files drawn from the same series/project. Photographers are allowed a maximum of 2 different submissions if wanting to present 2 different series/projects. All works submitted will be directly reviewed by Caroline (no shortlisting), who will handpick and curate 12 photographers/artists together in JRNL 12 Issue for lasting, heightened recognition on the international photography scene.

Published photographers will each receive 2 full color portfolio spreads (23″x15″) to present their work along with a biography and statement of practice. In addition, Caroline will write an introductory curatorial statement reflecting on all the selected works and award the front and back JRNL 12 covers to 2 of her winners for even greater exposure. All published photographers will receive a complimentary JRNL 12 print copy in the mail at no cost to them.



The Still Life

Praxis Gallery

Minneapolis, MN

Still life photography, more so than other types of photography, such as landscape or portraiture, gives the photographer extensive leeway and precise control in the arrangement of design elements within a composition. Still life photography is a demanding genre, one in which the photographers are expected to be able to form their work with a refined sense of lighting, coupled with composition and design skills. The still life photographer makes pictures rather than takes them.

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic art that investigates the genre of the Still Life. Submissions may explore classical to conceptual aspects of the still life, photographing object arrangements that intrigue, engage or entertain the viewer. All genres, capture types, color and black & white, traditional, and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



All About Photo Awards 2020

All About Photo

La Jolla, CA

Our 7th edition of the All About Photo Awards invites photographers from around the world to submit their best work for consideration. In reference to Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photo essay, The Mind’s Eye investigates the depth and thoughts behind each image.

“To take photographs means to recognize – simultaneously and within a fraction of a second – both the fact itself and the rigorous organization of visually perceived forms that give it meaning. It is putting one’s head, one’s eye and one’s heart on the same axis”.
Henri Cartier-Bresson

Winners will receive $10,000 in cash awards, extensive press coverage and global recognition.
The grand prize is $5,000, the 2nd prize is $2,000, the 3rd prize is $1,500, the 4th prize is $1,000 and the 5th prize is $500!



hive 2022

the 8th annual hive gallery photography exhibit call for submissions

pixel popcorn
(eye candy for the people)

march 2022

a feast of photo based artwork including many items under $99.

This year, as we begin to pull out of covid the theme will be open to all forms of photographic art. I would like to feature work under $500 – including a lot of work we can sell for under $99. these could be small pieces, unframed prints, posters, books, photo collages, etc…



Mesno Graphies

Mesnographies photography festival will hold its second edition in the fall of 2022.

Mesnographies is an emerging photography festival taking place among the green open-air setting in the park of Les Mesnuls village (near Paris).

This call is open to all photographers and he theme this year is portraiture.



The Human Spirit – L.A. Photo Curator

Curated by Michael Rababy:

“Rababy says, “As an eternal optimist, I’d like to kick off 2022 with the theme of the human spirit – highlighting what makes us all unique”.

Please submit work that deeply reflects the human spirit in your own idiosyncratic way. We are a social animal and I’m excited to see how artists capture our interaction with each other and the world.”
20% of artist entry fees go to charity.



Belfast Photo Festival 2022 Open Submission

Belfast Photo Festival


Belfast Photo Festival is offering artists/photographers the opportunity to exhibit their work in the main Festival gallery alongside some of the biggest names in the field of photography and have their work taken on tour to be exhibited at the 2023 Photo Schwiez (Zurich, Switzerland), with a number also having the opportunity to be featured in the arts magazines Abridged and Aesthetica. The winners will be eligible for a number of awards, including a cash prize of £2,000 (e.s.t $2,712 / €2,321).

The theme has been left open to remove any restrictions; submissions must be photographic or lens-based but can include incorporations of other art forms with the photographic medium (i.e. performance, painting, sculpture, music, literature etc).




Decode Gallery is pleased to announce our January show! The theme is: Darkness. Humans have always had an entrancing relationship with the dark. Within our minds Darkness breeds mystery, fantasy and occasionally fear. Darkness is the space in which stories are born. As photographers we capture these stories and feelings in a moment to better explore them. We look forward to exploring the darkness in your photography!

Open to photographers of all ages, nationalities, and levels of experience.




PH21 Gallery

Budapest, Hungary

Silence is always conceived against its opposites, sound, noise, loudness. Silence is strongly associated with loneliness and alienation, the unknown and disturbing landscape on the one hand, and the known tranquility and peace on the other hand. Photographically, the contrast between deep darkness and dazzling light is also decisive. After natural or social catastrophes, everything falls silent; empty cities, villages, abandoned public transport and empty workplaces remind us for the transience and fragility of humankind. Silence is accompanied by quiet activities such as contemplation and meditation, which negate the very nature of action itself. Silence is also often present in still life’s, cityscapes, portraits, and many other photographic genres.

PH21 Gallery invites photographers to submit their work for our group exhibition themed Silence. We are looking for submissions from all photographers who would like to share their silence experiences with a wider international audience through the exposure of PH21 Gallery. The theme is broadly construed without any photographic genre restrictions. Indeed, we are interested in all possible creative photographic interpretations of the theme.



Allegany National Photography Competition & Exhibition

Allegany Arts Council

Cumberland, MD

The Allegany National Photography Competition & Exhibition is one of the Allegany Arts Council’s signature events, now entering its eighth year. Established in 2015, it began as a way to showcase photography talent in the region, but quickly grew into a nationally-recognized competition.

The competition has steadily grown in popularity, receiving nearly 1000 entries nationwide from photographers representing 41 states. Today, the show serves as a model for other organizations seeking to develop programs of their own.





Boston, MA

Throughout humanity, there are times when it feels like we are at a crossroads where ethical questions take center stage. And lately, we have been faced with addressing cultural, social, political, and economic inequalities like never before. This tipping point represents our touchstone for the worth of human life, dignity, and freedom for all. The good, the bad, the beautiful, the ugly- show us HUMANITY through your perspective.



The Art of Street Photography

The Chateau Gallery

Louisville, KY

Street photography is the most contentious genre of photography. The captured image presents us with a glimpse of the ordinary and achievements of everyday life. The narrative nevertheless seems to repeat itself, year after year. We challenge you to examine and redefine conventional street photography. Potential subjects include but are not limited to architecture, candid, documentary, fashion, photojournalism, portraiture, still life, and urbanism. How far are you willing to go to get your best shot?



Chelsea International Photography Competition

New York Art Competitions

New York, NY

Excellent opportunity for photographers to exhibit in New York and be part of an art fair with international artists! Digital, analog, and mobile photographs are accepted.



Female Sight

Praxis Gallery

Minneapolis, MN

As women “camera operators” (a 19th century term for photographers), aren’t we all struck by light?

Since the beginnings of photography in the mid-nineteenth century, women have had prominent roles as artists. The popularization of the medium in the first decades of the twentieth century met with a confluence of social forces, including art and activism, that expanded opportunities for women in both art and public life. Working in a range of styles, pioneering artists like Anna Atkins, Imogen Cunningham, Berenice Abbott, and Carrie Mae Weems forged independent perspectives that changed how we picture the world. [CMOA]

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic art created by or about women image-makers, including trans-women and femme/feminine-identifying, genderqueer, and non-binary lens-based photographic artists. All genres, capture types, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



Istanbul Photo Awards 2022

Applications for the Istanbul Photo Awards 2022, Anadolu Agency’s international news photography contest, are now open.

Now in its eighth year, the Istanbul Photo Awards aim to honor and support press photographers for their professional dedication.

The competition is recognized as one of the world’s top photography contests.

Along with many staff photographers, a sizeable number of freelance journalists also enter the contest.

Only professional photographers can enter the contest, using photos of events that made headlines worldwide in 2021.



Small Works | Big Show

South x Southeast Photo Gallery

Molena, Georgia

I love small works. Whenever I visit museums, galleries, and friend’s homes I’m drawn to the small, framed image. Most times it’s a gem, a little jewel hanging off to the side, dwarfed by larger, louder framed images in the room, sometimes on the same wall. But, upon closer inspection, I find they’re usually only diminutive in size. Like looking through a keyhole, I’m often amazed at the sheer amount of beauty and objects held in such a small space. Or I”m mesmerized by the simplicity of just one object perfectly framed; small, but secure enough in itself to hold the room.

So, I’m always thrilled to announce a call for entry for Small Works. And this year we’re making it a Big Show. I’ll choose 50 images, none larger than a framed 5″ x 8″ to show on the walls of the gallery, and in the online gallery. And I’m upping the number of images to 5 per $30 fee.

I want to see a range of work – still lifes, portraits, animals, landscapes, urban and street, architecture, abstract, you name it – open up your archives and show me the best small works you have!



8th International Open Call

Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts

Providence, RI

Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is looking for work from established or emerging photographers for its 8th Open Call exhibition. This Call will be juried by Jessica Roscio, Director and Curator of the Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University. Previously, Jessica held positions at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

The Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is looking for contemporary work. No theme or a prompt to follow, just an opportunity to present your best work. Open to all photo-based work with no limit on subject matter or technique. Entries will be judged individually.



Put a Bird on It

LibertyTown Arts Workshop

Fredericksburg, VA

Ok. We give up. We love birds too. We love them on a boat, we love them near a moat, we love them near and far, but we do not like their poop on our car.

This show is all about the flying, waddling ancestors of dinosaurs and all their glory. Send us your finest work, just make sure it is about, or contains a bird. Any kind will do. Just make sure your art, has a bird on it.

All mediums welcome!

Eligibility: Work accepted into the show must be for sale. Applications must be submitted electronically; no physical pieces will be accepted at the gallery for jurying. Work that will be displayed must be ready to show, with no unfired media, no wet paint or other unfinished surfaces. LibertyTown will provide pedestals and shelving as needed. LibertyTown reserves the right to reject works accepted by the juror due to content, space constraints, or inability to properly install the work.




A Smith Gallery

Johnson City,, TX

for – got- ten: abandoned, buried, erased, gone, lost, obliterated, repressed, bygone, past, oblivion, suppressed, omitted, deserted, forsaken, neglected, vacated, left, dissipated, discarded, rejected, shunned, ended, retired, disappeared, vanished….

““TO FORGET ONE MUST REMEMBER” was written in “Royal Liqueur” exterior house paint, in well executed bold letters, below the drive-thru teller windows of the Tomahawk, Texas National Bank. President Jack “Dimples” Bond feigned great aggravation and disbelief that “Some idiot would do this crap.” Returning to his office and slamming the door he called his older brother, James, “Jimmy where in the hell is Gary, where is he living now?”



2022 Members’ Juried Exhibition

Center for Photographic Art

Carmel, CA

The Center for Photographic Art (CPA) is excited to announce the 2022 Members’ Juried Exhibition! This year we are offering $2250 in awards and prizes. New or current CPA members working in all still photographic media are welcome to enter. There is no theme; any subject matter is eligible.



The Abstract Photograph

SE Center For Photography

Greenville, SC

The SE Center for Photography is looking for non-representational imagery, though it can be from found objects in nature, manmade or figurative works. We’re seeking images that do not attempt to represent external reality, but seek to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and texture. Black-and-white or color, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.

Our juror for the Abstract Image is Adam Finkleston. Adam Finkelston is an artist, publisher, and educator based in Prairie Village, KS. Mr. Finkelston is also the owner, publisher and co-editor of the quarterly photography and printmaking magazine, The Hand Magazine: A Magazine for Reproduction-based Art.

35-40 Selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date. In addition, selected images are featured in the SE Center social media accounts (FB, IG, Twitter) and an archived, online slideshow. A video walkthrough of each exhibition is also featured and archived.



“Cold” International Call – ArtAscent

The cold can leave us chilled, frozen or refreshed. It can feel harsh, unemotional or lonely. Left in the cold, given the cold shoulder, go cold, cold sweat, cold feet, cold trail, best served cold, in cold blood. What COLD person, place, thought or thing grips you? It can be abstract, symbolic, literal or anything in between. Share it in our next collection.

Eligible Submissions:
Entries may include 2- and 3-dimensional media, such as paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, fabric, sculpture, photos of performance art, fiction, poetry, short stories and other written explorations (up to 1,800 words). Submissions must be the original work of the applicant(s). Apply using the online form.



2022 Grant Application

What a pleasure to be writing with the news that The Aftermath Project will be offering a second grant for 2022 – a traditional post-conflict grant, open to working photographers world-wide.

This decision was made by the board of The Aftermath Project, who generously provided the funding for this $25,000 grant. They felt it was paramount for us to continue supporting “traditional” post-conflict storytelling, even as we focus for five years on 1492/1619 American Aftermaths. I am forever grateful to my board for their generous, dedicated support.

As always, we will name one winner of our $25,000 grant, and four finalists.



Call for Work for SHOTS Magazine

SHOTS Magazine

Saint Pau, MN

SPRING 2022 Issue No. 155

For this theme we want to see what you are working on in collaborative form. Think of a very broad interpretation of collaboration – whether you collaborate with another photography, a model, a poet, a penpal or anyone you would consider co-author of your photographs.

Your submissions will be considered as a portfolio rather than as single images.



Call for Entries – Dodho Magazine

Dodho Magazine


We are looking for 6 fantastic photographers who want to give an incredible impulse to their career.

We are going to put your photographs in front of the eyes of the directors of the best galleries, festivals and agencies around the world. are you coming with us?

Our mission is to discover the best talent, promote it and spread it, because we live and breathe photography, because we know the effort, the work and the passion behind each image, the need to find and capture beauty, to find a unique moment, to interpret the reality that surrounds us. Of the will that is needed to explain a story through a reportage, and to decipher the truth that is hidden in it.

For us, photography is light, life, emotion, communication, a challenge, but it is also a purely introspective act that forces us to question the way we see the world, our way of looking at reality, imbuing each photograph with a little bit of ourselves.



The Human Body

New York Center for Photographic Arts

New York, NY

The New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, etc.). Winners will receive $4,000 in cash awards, be featured on the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the winners’ catalog. The Grand Prize-winning image will be posted on the NYC4PA home page.



Prix Viviane Esders

A prize that rewards the career of a professional European photographer over 60 years old, who is independent and still active. As a major player in the world of photography, Viviane Esders is continuing her commitment by creating the eponymous prize.

On January 15th, 2022, she launches the first edition of the Viviane Esders Prize. The prize rewards a career that has already been recognised, but whose importance now deserves to be brought to light and to be more clearly inscribed in the history of photography.

Each year, a prestigious jury will select five nominees, including one winner.