Been lazy. Been semi-down (not depressed dammit!). Been reading (more later...maybe).
The following reminds me of that A Day In the Life: Brooklyn photo project that I lost interest in a few weeks ago:
Take the flowers out of your hair, pick up a camera and...
Afrosolo Arts Festival seeks Black Photographers to exhibit in its upcoming One Black Day: My Race My Grace Exhibit, the visual arts exhibit our of tenth annual festival. We seek photographers to take photos of the diverse experiences of African Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area. The photos are to be taken between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. Thursday, May 1, 2003. We will utilize these photos to create a mosaic of our world. The exhibit is open to professionals and amateurs.
Day of Shooting, Thursday, May 1, 2003
Deadline for Submissions, Friday, May 16, 2003
Selected Entries will be Annouced, Friday, May 30, 2003
One Black Day Exhibit, August 1-31, 2003
Where, The Sargent Johnson Gallery (African American Art and Culture Complex, SF)
Entries may be submitted online as jpeg's by mail as slides, contact sheets or photos. They may be shot with film or digitally. Minor digital adjustments will be accepted. Photos may be in color or black and white.
Include with the entries:
*Title of photo
* Your name
* The city where the photo was taken
* Short Description of the photo
*Your contact information: (name, address, phone, email).
Entry Fee: A non refudable fee must accompany your entry. Make out checks or money orders payable to AfroSolo.
***Submit as many images as you like.
***The selected photos must be delivered ready to be hung
Photos will be juried by: Thomas R. Simpson, Founder/Artistic Director, AfroSolo; Carol Marie Daniels, San Francisco Art Commission; Errol Hall, Photographer, African American Art and Culture Complex.
Sales will be encouraged: There will be a 30/70 commission split on sales with 70% going to the photographer
Send entries to:
One Black Day
Afrosolo Arts Festival 10
762 Fulton Street, Suite 307
San Francisco, CA 94102
*Enclose a SASE to have work returned. For more information contact: Thomas R. Simpson (415) 771-2367 or by e-mail: email@example.com
Posted by ronn at April 16, 2003 12:20 PM
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