Wednesday, 24 November 2010
Flash Forward 2011
The Magenta Foundation have announced Year Seven of its Emerging Photographers exchange.
This is an open call for submissions.
All photographers in Canada, the UK and the US 34 years of age and under may submit. All submission requirements and instructions are located on their website but we´ve also listed them below.
Jurors for 2011:
Julien Beaupré Ste-Marie, Photo Editor, enRoute Magazine
Erin Elder, Manager, Business Development, Digital Media, The Globe and Mail
Robyn McCallum, Bau-Xi Photo Gallery, Toronto
Diane Smyth, British Journal of Photography, London
Harry Hardie, Director, HOST Gallery
Bruno Ceschel, Founder, Self Publish, Be Happy
Aaron Schuman, Director and Editor, Seesaw Magazine
Andy Adams, Editor and Publisher, Flak Photo
Shane Lavalette, Photographer and Publisher/Editor, Lay Flat
The Bright Spark Award winner will receive $5,000.
As in the past, all competition Winners and Honourable Mentions will be published in a high quality catalogue. Along with being published, select 2011 Flash Forward Winners will be featured in a touring exhibition.
In January 2011, a significant additional component will be announced to complement the program’s alternate festival years. Stay tuned and sign up for their newsletter.
Submissions open on Wednesday 20 October, 2010 and close on Friday 31 December, 2010.
Guidelines for Submissions:
Submissions are easy, but please read all guidelines before submitting. Here's what you will need to submit:
1. Up to 10 digital images of your work (if you would prefer to submit fewer, that's fine too):
Resolution: low (72 dpi)
Format: .jpg, .gif or .png only. Please be aware that your files will be viewed by the jurors on the web, and if you submit files in .tif, .psd or other non-web-viewable formats, they will not be visible and you will be disqualified.
Size: 700 pixels on the longest side, and a file size NO larger than 500 kb.
The caption/title, medium and dimensions for each image you intend to submit, including English translations if the captions are not in English. These do not need to be directly attached to the image file in any way - the image upload form provides fields for filling this information in.
Please choose the images that you submit from a concise body of work which you feel best represents the style you work within.
2. An artist's statement regarding your work.
3. A brief one-paragraph bio suitable for use in a book or exhibition catalogue.
4. A complete CV (curriculum vitae) focussing on your artistic career.
Your complete contact information, including address, phone number, e-mail, web address if any, etc.
Go to their website to fully familiarise yourself with their guidelines and why not begin your submission today?