Call for Art
CALL FOR ART: Reflect & Engage Digital Photography Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: June 2 – August 25, 2017
Juried by: Linda Connor, Henrik Kam, Jeff Breidenbach & The Image Flow
Reflect & Engage: Digital Photography Exhibition
The Image Flow invites photographers of the Bay Area to submit digital photography work for a group exhibition that examines themes of identity and engagement. Reflect & Engage explores the connection between ourselves, our immediate communities, and our larger global society. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to viewing your work for this call for art.
This call for art is open to all photographers living or working in the extended San Francisco Bay Area (from Sonoma County to Monterey County). All entries must be original works of art and entirely the work of the entrant. Accepted entries will be exhibited at The Image Flow in Mill Valley, CA.
Eligibility for this call for art is all photographers living or working in the following counties: Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Marin, San Francisco, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and Monterey.
Registration & Fees
$25 registration fee. Artists may submit up to 5 images for review once registered.
Please name all image files as “Last Name_First Name_Title_Dimensions_Year”
2500 px on the longest edge, 72 ppi, saved at 100% quality JPG in sRGB.
Call for Art Calendar
Submissions Open | March 1, 2017
Submissions Close | April 7, 2017
Selections Announced | April 21, 2017
Drop Off or Arrival at The Image Flow | May 15, 2017
Exhibition Opens | June 2, 2017
Exhibition Closes | August 25, 2017
Return of Works | Week of August 28, 2017
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Linda Connor has photographed and traveled to Africa, Southeast Asia, Nepal, India, Turkey, Mexico, Tibet, the American Southwest, and Europe exploring sites that evoke mystery and spirit. She is known for her luminous and iconic photographs and fascination with culturally sacred sites and landscapes.
Connor is the recipient of three National Endowment for the Arts grants and a Guggenheim fellowship. Her work can be found in the collections of Art Institute of Chicago; Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson; the J. Paul Getty Museum, Museum of Modern Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
She is a professor in the Photography Department at the San Francisco Art Institute where she has taught since 1969. She is also the president and a founding director of the San Francisco Bay Area non-profit group, PhotoAlliance.
Henrik Kam is a San Francisco based photographer specializing in images of the built environment. His clients include architects, builders and organizations such as SFMoMA, SFJAZZ, The Museum of Craft and Design, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The Anderson Collection and The 500 Capp Street Foundation.
His work has appeared in Metropolis, Architectural Record, MARK, Bau Meister and The New York Times and on countless websites.
He’s on IG @henrikkamfoto and the web at www.henrikkam.com
Jeff Breidenbach is the co-founder and Creative Director of Argus. With over 20 years of experience in the areas of brand strategy, marketing and design, his approach to problem-solving is equal parts business strategist and design thinker. Jeff is experienced at communicating with executive teams to define vision, positioning and messaging to develop brand strategies that align with business goals.
Prior to founding Argus in 1996, Jeff’s worked for agencies on the East and West Coasts and developed the skills that would later make Argus an internationally recognized agency. Since inception, clients have included Amazon, Bank of America, BRIDGE Housing and Johnson & Johnson. His work has been honored by many of the top industry competitions including Communication Arts, Graphis, Print, AR100 and AIGA, SEGD, Type Directors Club, IDSA, and the Mercomm Arc Awards. Jeff has also been a design instructor at California College of Art and Academy of Art University, both located in San Francisco.