The 25th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is now accepting submissions. Harness the power of photography and share your stunning travel experiences from around the globe with us. Enter today for a chance to win a National Geographic Expedition to the Galápagos and have your photo published in National Geographic Traveler magazine.
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No, you’re not hallucinating. It’s time for a seventh round of DCist Exposed! The images of last year’s marvelous show have barely escaped our memories. Long View Gallery played the gracious and ideal host to two glorious opening nights, enjoyed by patrons partaking in delectable libations as they admired the artwork. Prepare yourselves, people, for similarly delightful times once again.
If you haven’t been down this path with us before, allow us to show you the way. If you’ve been snapping away around the D.C. metro area – whether with your cameraphone, your point & shoot, or your Nikon D800 – you’ve got a month or so to pick your top three shots. Show us our city the way people who live and work here every day see it, and we’ll pick the cream of the crop for our exhibition. Read the rules below for all the details.
Announcing our inaugural photo contest showcasing the fine art of Black & White photography. Submit your best black & white images for your chance to win and get published!
Photographer Gordon Parks, who captured images of racism and poverty for Life magazine, the Farm Security Administration, and in documentary films, would have been 100 years old Friday. Take a look back at his work.
Presented by Honfleur Gallery with funding from the Gautier Family
The first Annual East of the River Distinguished Artist Award recognizes a current East of the Anacostia River artist for artistic excellence as well as significant impact on the DC cultural life.
One EOR artist is honored with this $5,000 award each year.
Nominations for 2012’s East of the River Distinguished Artist Award are due by June 15, 2012.
Who is eligible?
Artists who currently live East of the Anacostia River neighborhoods in all disciplines—including dance, film, literature, music, theater, photography and visual arts—whose careers have made a substantial impact on the arts in the District of Columbia may apply. Artists must have lived East of Anacostia River for at least one year and worked in District of Columbia for more than five years. No one may receive the award more than once. No posthumous awards will be made. Application must include at least two pieces of work that have been completed or are in progress from the current year of application.
Read more about the contest via East of the River Distinguished Artist Award : East City Art.
The Standard Deadline is February 29, 2012 11:59pm EST
To the Artists, the Visionaries, the Creators,
Welcome to the next step in launching your creative career. You’re invited to join the 3rd Ward Winter 2012 Open Call,
an international search for exciting, innovative, and compelling work.
Four Selected Artists will receive the Grand Prize Awards in Art, Photography, Furniture Design and Graphic Design. Each Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a $500 cash grant, a 3-month NYC work residency, and a Gallery Exhibition in NYC. One People’s Choice Award Winner, as determined by the public, will win a $5,000 cash grant, a 1-year 3rd Ward work residency, and inclusion in a Group Show at the 3rd Ward Gallery!
For the past six years, 3rd Ward has been a leading resource for artists and creative professionals in New York City and around the world. You create inspired work. Now share it with the world. Join us for a chance to launch your career.