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Call to Photographers – International Show Cash Prizes Redding CA March Deadline

  ***CALL TO PHOTOGRAPHERS***

“Photography:  The Full Spectrum”
NVAL 2016 International Juried
Photography Show
 Exhibit May 3 – June 4, 2016
Carter House Gallery, Redding, CA 96003

Photography:  The Full Spectrum
The show is open to all photographers and all forms of photographic expression are encouraged.   Images previously accepted into a NVAL International Juried Photography Show are not eligible.
TOTAL AWARDS:  $3250 –  First Place $1500, Second Place, 2 at $500, Third Place, 3 at $250  – CARTER HOUSE GALLERY EXHIBIT  –  140 images to be selected
ENTRY:  Open Now
Entry deadline:   Wednesday, March 9, 2016, 11:59 pm PDT
All entries will be online.
You may enter as many images as you wish.
Entry Fees — $33 to enter three images, $8 each additional

NVAL offers several PRINTING/FRAMING OPTIONS allowing for Substantial Savings on exhibiting costs.

The link for details is in the Prospectus under Printing/Framing Requirements.
JUROR:  Jack Fulton, Professor Emeritus, San Francisco Art Institute

Jack Fulton has been involved with photography as a fine art since 1965. He has taught in the Photography Department of the San Francisco Art Institute from 1969 to 2013 and was Chair of the Department for approximately half that period. He designed the complete darkroom facilities and curriculum, also introducing color, historic processes and the digital environment.

He has also taught at UC Santa Cruz, Colorado College, Emily Carr in Vancouver, Ansel Adams Yosemite workshops, the Museum of Photographic Arts San Diego, Anderson Ranch and in Lisbon Portugal.

His practice is interdisciplinary and presently primarily digital. His body of work has earned him numerous awards among which are two NEA Fellowships (1970 and 1990) and an NEA Publishing award, which brought forth a book on walking in the Sierra Nevada: 2 Saunters: Summer & Winter.

His work has been exhibited and collected in Paris, London, NYC, Portugal, and a number of national venues, including SFMOMA; Oakland Museum; Los Angeles County Museum; University of AZ; Chicago Art Institute; Biblioteque Nationale, Paris; Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris; Seagram’s; UNOCAL; DiRosa Foundation (Napa, CA); San Jose Museum of Art, and multiple private collections.

He has been selected to judge photography and fine arts work in Alaska, Wyoming, Nevada and California. Jack enjoys and appreciates a wide variety of style, technique and subject matter, but to see some of his more recent work go to his website – JackFulton.net. To learn more about Jack view — http://www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/81636-jack-fulton
He is not Jack Fulton, travel photographer or Jack Fulton, commercial photographer.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS and to ENTER:  Go to www.nval.org select Shows, Photography, International, then NVAL 2016 International Show to view the Prospectus.  The entry link is at the bottom of the Prospectus.  CLICK HERE for the direct link to the Prospectus

QUESTIONS:  Contact show co-chairs, Bernie & Charlotte Bryson
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The North Valley Art League is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the visual arts in the northern California region.  Your entry fees cover prize money and show expenses.  Any remaining monies will help fund the operating expenses of the NVAL Carter House Gallery.

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