Street, International Photography Exhibition

Deadline: 21/06/2024

City: Glasgow  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  The Glasgow Gallery of Photography

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Call for entries for an International Photography Exhibition. This month-long exhibition will be a photography exhibition of Street Photography. Free to submit, open to everyone.

The Glasgow Gallery of Photography's mission is to advance the arts, heritage and cultural sector through exhibitions of photographic works as a means for artistic, community and personal expression.

The Glasgow Gallery of Photography is running a month long exhibition in November called Street.

Street photography is a staple in the world of photography, with many photographers becoming synonymous with street photography such as Diane Arbus, Vivian Maier, Martin Parr, Joel Meyerowitz and Henri-Cartier Bresson.

For this exhibition we want to see your take on Street photography, capturing the people and the world around you.

Street is an open call for photographers to submit up to 8 images that meet the theme of Street Photography.

Photographers who are selected will have their work displayed in a month-long exhibition in our gallery, with their work also appearing online in an online gallery on our website.

All participants who are selected to take part in the exhibition will receive a digital certificate of participation and will also be put forward for a chance to be named Photographer of the Month.

We want to see work from both emerging and established photographers.

You do not need to be a professional photographer to participate as we believe that photography is for everyone.

How to participate:

Submissions are FREE.  If your work is selected, there will be a participation fee of £48.
This fee covers the cost of everything. We will print, install and un-install the work in our gallery space.

*Please note that the frames used belong to the gallery*

Unless otherwise stated, images will either be printed 18"x12, 16"x12", or 12"x12" in size, depending on the image.

Photographers are free to collect their work after the exhibition; we will hold prints for one month.

The deadline for this exhibition: 
21st June 2024

  1. Choose up to 8 images, 72 ppi is fine for the initial submission.
    (If selected you will be asked to supply images at 300ppi and  3000 Pixels minimum on the shortest side. Work will be displayed in various sizes).

  2. Name your image files with your name e,g Firstname-Surname1, Firstname-Surname2, etc
    If you do not name your files correctly, it could result in your files getting lost or misplaced.
    Please only use your name, do not include image titles or any other information, this can be added elsewhere in your submission.

  3. Make sure your images are JPEG files. We can only accept jpegs as this is what the printing company that we use requires.

Once the deadline has passed, photographers who have been selected will be contacted and asked to pay the participation fee. The gallery then does the rest.

Contact the curator
Who is eligible for this opportunity?
When is the deadline?
21st June 2024.
How many works can I submit?
Up to 8 images.
When is the Exhibition dates?
2nd - 30th November 2024.
How much does it cost?
Free to submit, and if selected there is a £48 participation fee.
Do I need to be present?
No, we do everything for you.
What happens if I am selected to participate?
You will be contacted via email if you have been selected to take part or on the reserve list. All information on the next steps will be provided in that email.
You will not be emailed if you have not been selected to participate.

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