El Paso Through the Pinhole
The Art Avenue Magazine invites all photographers to celebrate this photographic technique by submitting artwork for our upcoming 2nd anniversary issue. This issue will run in conjunction with the exhibition: El Paso through the Pinhole as a celebration for pinhole photography day (April 26).
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We are accepting entries from January 23 to February 13
Entry Deadline: Friday, February 13, 2015
Exhibition date will be announced on February 21st.
Artist’s work will be judged by a panel for the opportunity to be featured in the 2nd anniversary issue of The Art Avenue Magazine. Winner artist will have a feature section in the March/April issue of The Art Avenue Magazine. Along with a feature section in the exhibition: El Paso through the Pinhole (tentative title).
Images – Minimum 3.
$30, non-refundable entry fee per submission.
Artists are encouraged to create a pinhole camera and capture El Paso. Artists must submit 3 pictures, 2 pinhole images portraying El Paso and a picture documenting the camera used. Only images and cameras created within the last year and this year will be considered. Both images and camera will be considered as a whole project. No Digital pinhole photographs. Images should be printed and delivered in a sealed envelope with:
Name of photographer
Name of the images
Description of the pinhole camera with an photograph
A short artist statement (200 words)
To the following address:
The Art Avenue Gallery
518 W. San Antonio St. Suite F
El Paso TX, 79901
Fee must be paid in full and in person in order for applications to be accepted. We accept cash, credit card and checks. For any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “Pinhole”
Photo credit: “Matchbook Pinhole Fountain” by Chris Keeney.