Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is now accepting entries of photographic based images or projects that play on the concept of Reverie, defined as a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts; a daydream. Each of us has our own history and culture that has been the substance fueling personal myths and meditations. Where does your mind go when it’s not preoccupied? What are your personal musings or conceits on recent history or possible futures? For some a romantic and nostalgic perspective, while others are shadowed and tormented by stormier chronicles, all providing a point to be lost in one’s thoughts.
$2000 High Museum Purchase Award
Juror Tim Wride will be selecting 2-6 pieces each from 10-20 artists to feature in this exhibition. All the artists selected for the exhibition will be eligible for the APG / High Museum Purchase Award of up to $2000. The High Museum Curator of Photography reviews the exhibition and may select works from one artist for the Museum’s permanent collection. APG purchases the work and donates the pieces to The High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
Juror: Tim Wride
Tim B. Wride is the William and Sarah Ross Soter Curator of Photography at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to joining the Norton Museum, Tim was a Curator in the Department of Photographs at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for 14 years, Wride curated over 50 exhibitions, authored and contributed to a dozen books, and has lectured, participated in panels, juried exhibitions, and provided portfolio reviews internationally. In 2004, Wride became the founding Executive Director of the No Strings Foundation, a Los Angeles-based non-profit that provides individual artist grants to U.S. photographers. Wride is a voracious consumer of photographic images; He likes nothing better than to look at photographs and talk to photographers about their work.
APG offers need-based Scholarships for all of our exhibitions that will reduce the submission entry fee. Don’t let a lack of funds prevent you from sharing your vision with the world. Be a part of the photography community and show your work today: Complete this simple form.
Frame Loan Program
Please take advantage of our Frame Loan Program. Drop by the Gallery to look through our selection of quality black wood frames to see if one will work for your piece. These frames are available to check out for a small fee - 100% of which will be used to replace frames as they age.
This exhibition is limited to residents of the Southern US or work made in the Southern US: Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma.
You must be an APG Member to enter – you can join here
Ineligible: works that have previously shown in the APG Gallery (exceptions: PUSH-PiN, Photo Buckhead and Airport exhibitions), and works that were made prior to 2010.
All photographs must be delivered by the deadline framed and matted, or mounted and ready to hang, with either hanging wire or cleat attached. $10 fee if APG has to add cleats or wire.
Framed dimensions may not exceed 44” on any length.
Your entry will be invalid if all of the submission materials are not received by the deadline.
Call For Entry: March 14 – April 21, 2019
Notifications to Selected Artists: May 3, 2019
Delivery to Gallery: May 10 – 25, 2019
Show Dates: June 1 – July 7
Juror Talk: Saturday, June 1, 2 - 3pm
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 1, 3 - 6pm
Closing: Sunday, July 7, 2019
First: Purchase Entry Fee
Early Entry (March 14 - March 31)
$48 / 10 images or $73 / 20 images
Regular Entry (April 1 – April 14)
$55 / 10 images or $80 / 20 images
Late Entry (April 15 – April 21)
$60 / 10 images or $85 / 20 images
Second: Prepare Text File and Images
Export images as .jpg. Resize to maximum 2100 px on the longest side.
Rename file to the title of the work exactly as you wish it to appear (example: My Great Photo.jpg) Your name will be automatically added to the file upon upload.
Create a text file with your: Personal Info (name, email, phone, website/social media), Artist Statement (500 words max), Bio (250 words max), and Image list (in this order: Title, Year piece was created , Print/Image Size (H x W), estimated Framed Size (H x W) Medium (archival pigment print, inkjet print, silver gelatin, cyanotype, etc), and save this file as a Word doc or PDF ONLY. We highly recommend you download one of the example files below to use as a starting point.
Once you have paid the Entry Fee and uploaded your Text File and Images, you will receive a confirmation email.