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YELLOW EXHIBITION 2024

INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION OPEN CALL

Curated by the Glasgow Gallery of Photography Directors and Curators

Submission Deadline: 1st March 2024
Acceptance Notification by: 6th March 2024
(Please Check Spam Folder. You will only be notified if selected)
Payment Deadline: 20th March 2024
Free Submission
Participation Fee £48.00
(discount available if selected for both exhibitions in the same month)
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Exhibition Date:
4th July - 31st July 2024

The Glasgow Gallery of Photography's mission is to advance the arts, heritage and cultural sector through exhibitions of photographic works as a means for artistic, community and personal expression.


The Glasgow Gallery of Photography is running a month long exhibition in July called Yellow. This is final part of our on going primary colour series, in which we ask photographers to submit images that focus on one of the primary colour. For this exhibition the foucs will be on the colour Yellow. We want to see images that really showcase the colour yellow in your photography, whether that is in nature or an urban setting, in a portrait or still life, any style/genre of photography is welcome as long as it fit the theme of Yellow.

Yellow is an open call for photographers to submit up to 8 images for an exhibition with the theme of the colour Yellow.


Photographers who are selected will have their work displayed in a month long exhibition in our gallery, with their work also appearing online in an online gallery on our website.

All participants that are selected to take part in the exhibition will receive a digital certificate of participation and will also be put forward for a chance to be named Photographer of the Month.


We want to see work from both emerging and established photographers. You do not need to be a professional photographer to participate as we believe that photography is for everyone.

 

Both Scottish and International photographers are welcome.

How to participate:
 

Submission are FREE.  If your work is selected there will be a participation fee of £48.00
This fee covers the cost of everything. We will print, install and un-install the work our gallery space.

*Please note that the frames used belong to the gallery*

Unless otherwise stated images will either be printed 18"x12, 16"x12", or 12"x12" in size depending on the image.

Photographers are can collect their work after the exhibition, photographers must let us know in advance that that they wish to collect. Prints put aside for collection will held of one month.


The submission deadline for this exhibition:   1st March 2024

  1. Choose up to 8 images that are 300ppi and 3000 Pixels minimum on the shortest side.
    Work will be displayed various sizes depending on the image selected. (You will be asked to resubmit if you do not follow these guidelines)

  2. Name your image files with your name e,g Firstname-Surname1, Firstname-Surname2, etc
    If you do not name your files correctly, it could result in your files getting lost or misplaced.
    Please only use your name, do not include image titles or any other information, this can be added elsewhere in you submission.

  3. Make sure your images are JPEG files. We can only accept jpegs as this is what the printing company that we use requires.

  4. Send your 1 - 8 files using either Wetransfer or Dropbox (which are free to use) to our submission email address submissions@glasgowgalleryofphotography.com. Please do not send image via email as this tends to compress your files. Also please send all your images at the same time, and not one image at a time.

  5. Please remember to tell us your name, nationality and/or where you reside (these will be displayed along with your selected images) which exhibition you are submitting to e.g Yellow.

If you are selected to participate or on the reserve list, you will be notified by email. Those not selected will not be notified. If you have been selected and you wish to participate, this is when you can supply us with addition information such as titles of works, or the series it comes from, website links and social media handles. This information will be added to the online gallery for this exhibition.

Good Luck!
 

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