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    2017 Annual Photography Show Prospectus

    Arts of the Pamlico's 2017 Annual Photography Show

    252-946-2504 www.artsofthepamlico.org, click on Artist then Artist Opportunities

    SPECIFICATIONS - Work that has not previously shown in Arts of the Pamlico juried show is eligible. Work should be original, executed within the last two years. Work accepted for the exhibit must be properly framed and wired for hanging (no saw tooth or single hole punch hangers).

    CATEGORIES

  • Digital
  • Documentary/people
  • Landscapes/places
  • Nature/wildlife
  • Mixed media/alternative process
  • Youth division (under age 18)

    JURY PROCESS - Images will be juried in the Gallery. Submissions, ready to hang, will be accepted from July 12 - July 18 at the Turnage Theater during operating hours. All forms of photography accepted from local, regional and NC artists. Juror, Craig Ramsey has spent the last 30 years involved in professional and creative photography. He earned his BFA from The Savannah College of Art and Design in 1985, operated his own commercial photography business in Charlotte, NC for nearly 20 years, and then moved to Washington, NC in 2009. He has a keen eye for composition, technique, and most importantly, overall impact of the photographic image.

    FEES - Fees are $20 for up to two entries for members, $25 for up to two entries for non-members. Two entries maximum per artist.

    SALES - All works must be offered for sale. Commission is set at 30% per sale.

    RECEPTION & AWARD PRESENTATION - Opening reception August 2, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 PM for artists, AOP members and invited guests.

    AWARDS

  • $250 BEST IN SHOW
    • Sponsored by Arts of the Pamlico

  • $250 value BEST IN SHOW
    • Gift from Stewart's Jewelry Store

  • $100 WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS AWARD
    • For work best depicting photo journalism
    • Sponsored by the Washington Daily News

  • $100 SPRINGSHIRE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY AWARD
    • Photo that best depicts community.
    • Sponsored by SpringShire Retirement Community, Greenville, NC

  • $50 ERNEST E. AND ETHEL HARDING CUTLER MEMORIAL AWARD
    • For an outstanding work in the Youth Category
    • Sponsored by Kevin Scott Cutler

  • $50 JESSE LEE AND CORINNE MAYO SMITH MEMORIAL AWARD
    • For an outstanding work in the Youth Category
    • Sponsored by Kevin Scott Cutler

  • $50 SECOND PLACE (each category)
    • Sponsored by Arts of the Pamlico

  • $50 BEST COLOR (DIGITALLY ENHANCED)
    • GIFT CARD
    • Sponsored by ASAP Photo & Camera, Inc.

  • $50 BEST COLOR (NON-ENHANCED)
    • GIFT CARD
    • Sponsored by ASAP Photo & Camera, Inc.


  • Contact: Arts of the Pamlico
  •     252-946-2504

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