Happenings

  • LA Artcore accepting submissions thru January 28th

    By The Halide Project on January 27, 2020
    LA Artcore is accepting submissions for its 4th Annual Photographic Competition and Exhibit through tomorrow, January 28th. Please click here for full details.
  • Intro to Wet Plate & Carbon workshops coming up at Penumbra!

    By The Halide Project on January 25, 2020
    Penumbra Foundation, located in New York City, has the following workshops coming up… On February 1st and 2nd, the Intro to Wet Plate workshop will cover the basics of the wet plate collodion process, specifically tintypes.  Please click here for more information. Also on February 1st and 2nd, the Carbon Printing workshop will introduce students to this versatile process that […]
  • Platinum/Palladium workshop at Art Intersection on February 1st

    By The Halide Project on January 24, 2020
    Art Intersection, located in Gilbert, Arizona, is offering a one-day workshop on the platinum/palladium printing process on February 1st.  Participants will provide files to be made into digital negatives and learn how to hand-coat and expose their prints. Please click here for full details.
  • Call-for-entry opportunity for Michigan photographers

    By The Halide Project on January 23, 2020
    Crooked Tree Art Center, located in Traverse City, is accepting submissions for its annual juried photography exhibition, Photo2020, through January 27th.  The exhibition will be on view in March, and cash prizes will be awarded. Please click here for more information.
  • “InFocus” accepting submissions thru January 27th

    By The Halide Project on January 22, 2020
    The 33rd Annual InFocus Photography Competition & Sale is accepting submissions thru January 27th.  In conjunction with the Tuolumne County Arts Alliance (California), the exhibition will be on view during the month of March, and cash prizes will also be awarded.  Categories include landscape, nature, “In Motion,” macro/close-up, “The Art of Humankind,” and man-made. Please click here for more information.
  • Portfolio ShowCase Volume 13 accepting submissions thru January 26th

    By The Halide Project on January 21, 2020
    The Center for Fine Art Photography, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is accepting submissions for its Portfolio ShowCase Volume 13 through January 26th.  Each submission will be evaluated as a cohesive body of work.  One artist will be be awarded a solo exhibition and a $1000 stipend, and additional artists will be included in a group show. Please click here […]
  • “Itteki” by Yamamoto Masao on view at Yancey Richardson thru February 8th

    By The Halide Project on January 20, 2020
    Yancey Richardson Gallery, located in New York City, has Itteki by Yamamoto Masao on view through February 8th.  The series of toned silver gelatin prints inverts the relationships between space and time, micro and macro, and life and death through studio imagery of recontextualized bonsai trees. Please click here for more information about the exhibition, the artist, and his work. […]
  • Tokyo Photo Competition accepting submissions thru January 27th

    By The Halide Project on January 19, 2020
    The Tokyo Photo Competition is accepting submissions through January 27th.  Open to international artists, the theme of the competition is “Turbulence,” and the resulting exhibition will travel from Tokyo to New York to Taipei to Dublin. Please click here for all pertinent information.
  • Last day to submit to VCP’s Open Juried Exhibition!

    By The Halide Project on January 18, 2020
    The Vermont Center for Photography, located in Brattleboro, is accepting submissions for its 2020 Open Juried Exhibition through today at 5pm!   The exhibition will be on view in March and April. Click here to view the prospectus.
  • CPW AIR accepting applications thru January 27th

    By The Halide Project on January 17, 2020
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock is accepting applications for its artist-in-residency program through January 27th.  Seeking to expand dialogue around diversity, race, identity, and social justice and is open to U.S.-based artists and critics/scholars/curators of color working in photography or related media. Please click here for more information.