In its eleventh year, the Double Exposure juried photography competition is open to photographers in the state of Alabama with divisions for both Juniors and Adults. Images to appear in the exhibit are chosen from digital images on disks mailed to The Arts Council then the purchase award, cash prizes and honorable mentions are selected after the exhibit is hung in the gallery prior to the opening reception.
Winners have been chosen for the 11th Annual Double Exposure statewide photography exhibit. The exhibit will take place January 21 through February 14, 2014 at the Bama Theatre's Junior League and Greensboro Room galleries. A public reception honoring the winners and those works chosen to appear in the exhibit will be held on February 2 from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. at the theatre.
$500 Purchase Award for Best of Show: Margaret Gluhman "Hwy. #41"
$250 Cash Award: Kay Alkire Brummal "Discarded Dreams"
$250 Cash Award: William Fenn "Look"
$250 Cash Award: Heather Orlando "Dystopia: The Flora Utopia #10"
$250 Cash Award: Hannah Craft "Gaze"
$250 for Best of Show: Ben Jackson "A Study in Lines and Eyes"
$125 Cash Award: Sullivan Tankersley "Heavy Soul"
$125 Cash Award: Camille Goulet "The Magpie"
$125 Cash Award: Clint Isom "Rocking Horse Winner"
$125 Cash Award: Amy Carson Dennis "City Reflections"
Works accepted for the exhibit must remain through February 14th.
For more information contact Sharron Rudowski at email@example.com
1.Open link to show guidelines/application form PDF, located above this text. Select File-Save As and save the PDF to your computer. In order to view and complete the form properly, you must have the latest version of Adobe Reader on your computer.
2.Read all guidelines before completing the form and submitting work to The Arts Council.
3.The application form (page 3 of the PDF) is designed to complete using your computer. After opening the PDF in Adobe Reader, click the selection in the square on the upper right side of your screen that says “Highlight Existing Fields.”
4.Fill out the form by clicking in the first highlighted field after “Name.” After you complete each field, push Tab on your keyboard to move to the next, or use your mouse to click in each field. When selecting “Yes” or “No,” use your mouse to click in the appropriate square.
5.Be sure to select File - Save periodically to save your work for future editing. If you wish to edit your form, be sure to select the version saved to your hard drive, not the original form on The Arts Council site.
6.Upon final editing and completion, print out page 3 of the form. Either mail or bring your CD to The Arts Council office accompanied by your entry fee, completed application and list of included works and prices (bottom left of form). The completed labels (bottom right of form) are only necessary if your work is chosen to appear in the exhibit, in which case the labels must be taped to the back of the framed work.