APG is seeking photographic work that addresses the constant changes in both the social and physical landscape of today’s world, including environmental and climate change issues, and political and social movements such as gentrification and immigration. In short, the way the contemporary world looks. These landscapes can include or exclude people. They can be altered or pristine, utopias or dystopias, and everything in between. Where are we?
Juror: Alan Rothschild
Alan Rothschild is the founder and president of the The Do Good Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization that focuses on building a museum-quality collection of photographs taken in the American South by well-known and emerging photographers working in the region. The Do Good Fund makes its growing collection of over 400 images broadly accessible through regional museums, non-profit galleries and non-traditional venues, and encourages complimentary, community-based programming to accompany each exhibition.
- 10 images submitted online: $50 for Members, $25 for Students
- All capture types and processes are eligible.
- Ineligible: works that have been exhibited in the APG Gallery, and captures that were made prior to 2010.
Entry Deadline: Sunday, Mar 26, Midnight
Notification: Friday, April 7
Delivery Deadline: Saturday, May 6
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 11, 6 - 9pm
Juror Talk: TBD
Closing: Saturday, June 17
for 10 images
for 10 images