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Call for Entries
What’s Old Is New Again: Alternative Photographic Processes
Deadline: Sunday, April 26, 2015
Juror: Jill Enfield
We are seeking images made by any alternative/historical photographic process, including, but not limited to, cyanotypes, kallitypes, platinum prints, salted paper prints, gum bichromate prints, collodion processes, and bromoil prints.
Forty to fifty photographs will be chosen by the juror to be exhibited at Gallery 136½.
Coming Up at Gallery 136½
Meditations On Being a Phoenix
A self-portrait series that uses visual metaphors to relay the emotions and experiences from the artist’s life within a culture that participates in narrowly constructed ideals of what it means to be female, and which considers how these constructs influence self-identity. The artwork combines photography, pigments, and encaustic wax which creates surface marks that parallel the marks and impressions cultural expectations can make on an individual.
Funded in part by the Lesley University College of Art and Design Faculty Life and Development Committee.
May 2—May 30, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 2, 5–7PM