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by June 9, 2022
Photographers' Journey 2022
Exhibition dates August 9 to September 4, 2022
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Image City Photography
Gallery in partnership with our sponsors,
Archival Methods are excited to introduce a new
major event at Image City Photography Gallery. It is called
Photographers' Journey 2021.
We invite photographers'
participation and submissions to this juried competition that will be
judged by two distiguished, independent judges.
entry will be four photographs. Image City will assign each of your
photos to one of the eight categories below.
You can enter as many times
as you wish.
A few details:
Each entry submitted has four images on a CD, DVD, Jump Drive or
is uploaded online
Final Date for submission of entry forms is June 9.
The charge will be $40 for each entry of four photographs, with
unlimited number of entries.
Image City will select the top
8 photographs in each category, all of which will be
displayed and offered for sale at the August 9 - September 4 show.
From the top photographs selected in each category, our independent
judges will select the best single photograph in each category.
From these top photographs an overall Grand Prize and two runners-up will be selected
Prizes totaling a value of $3,000
will be given to the winners, generously offered by our sponsors and
We will publish a catalog
displaying all of the winners
in each category. The category winners will receive a copy. The catalog
will be on sale at the gallery.
- For selected photographs, Lumiere Photo is
offering a 20% discount on printing orders and 30% discount for
framing orders up to July 24.
You may enter more than
once with additional submissions.
The distinguished judges for the exhibition
are Nick Brandreth,
Historic Process Specialist, George Eastman Museum
in Rochester, New York and Dan Larkin, Associate
Professor in Fine Art Photography at the School of Photographic Arts and
Sciences at RIT. See the biographies below to learn more
about our Photographers' Journey 2022 judges. They will
select the Grand Prize Winner and two runners up, upon viewing the
framed prints on the Gallery walls.
The eight winners of each
category will each
their selected photograph(s) at Image City
limited-edition copy of the exhibition catalog
An 11x14-in frame kit (mat,
glass, backing, frame, and hardware)
from Lumiere Photo.
The Grand Prize Winner,
announced at the August 11 Opening Reception will receive:
An gift card for $100
from Lumiere Photo good for custom framing only.
An award certificate for
$300 from Archival Methods
1 year certificate Adobe Creative
Cloud Photography Plan
$300 cash from Image
City Photography Gallery
The 2 Runner Up Winners,
announced at the August 12 Opening Reception will receive:
A 16x20-in frame kit (mat,
glass, backing, frame, and hardware)
from Lumiere Photo
$100 cash from Image City Photography Gallery
from local businesses in the Neighborhood of the Arts Business
Association will also be awarded.
If you have
questions please email
Nick Brandreth is a Photographer / Artist and the Historic Process
Specialist at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York. His
primary work at the Museum is teaching public workshops in a variety of
19th century photographic techniques. His extensive research in the
evolution of silver gelatin emulsions is internationally recognized and
has placed him in a unique position to teach the techniques of making,
photographic papers, dry plate glass negatives and early 20th century
era motion picture film. Brandreth applies his knowledge and expertise
to his personal vision. Most recently with two solo shows in 2019 at the
Makers Gallery in Rochester, NY and Mana Contemporary Art Center in
Jersey City, NJ. Brandreth was also the artist in residence at the
Metabolic Studio in Los Angeles, California in January 2019.
Dan Larkin was born in
Rochester, New York in 1955. He received a BFA from the Rochester
Institute of Technology in 1993 and a MFA from Bard College in 1994.
He is presently an Associate Professor in Fine
Art Photography at the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at RIT.
He considers himself an artist with a distinctive sensitivity for
dealing with nuances of light and color. His concern with photography
lies in coaxing insight from the seemingly ordinary. Dan has
ongoing bodies of work that separately, or when grouped together with
specificity, might suggest an implied narrative.