Jurors:
Lesley Martin, Publisher of the Aperture Book Program
Andy Adams, Creator of FlakPhoto.com
 
Selected works will be exhibited at PPAC from June 13th – August 24th, 2013and will be posted on PPAC’s website for the duration of the exhibition.
 
The competition is open to all subject matter, photographic techniques and processes. The entry fee is $40 for a maximum of 5 images. Entry fees are non refundable. First, second and third place winners will receive $750, $200 and $100 in cash prizes. All entries must be received by Tuesday, April 30th, 2012.
 
Submissions only accepted online at www.philaphotoarts.slideroom.com 
Email and mail submissions will not be accepted.
 
Selected works will be announced May 13th, 2013 via email.
 
About the Jurors:
Lesley Martin, Publisher of the Aperture Book Program
Lesley A. Martin is publisher of the Aperture Foundation’s book-publishing program. Her writing on photography has been published in Aperture, American Photo, and DoubleTake, among other publications and she has edited over sixty books of photography.
 
 
  Andy Adams, Creator of FlakPhoto.com
Andy Adams is digital producer and photo editor in online publishing,  social media, and community collaborations in contemporary photography. He is the creator and editor of FlakPhoto.com, an online art space that celebrates the culture of image making by promoting the discovery of artists from around the world.
 
 
 Please click here for more information.  
 

  

We are also currently accepting applications for our Residency for Regional Emerging Artists. 

Each summer two artists are selected for one-month residencies at PPAC.  Theresidencies support talented, self-directed emerging artists, living in the Philadelphia region, in realizing their goals and visions.

This residency offers artists the time to focus on their work, cultivate new ideas and understand their process, while also providing financial and collegial resources to create work. Participants in the residency program are expected to use their month to pursue their own projects: photographing in the area, printing, scanning or editing for a specific project or book, etc.  

 
Each month-long residency includes a $4,000 stipend, staff support to assist with projects, and extended access to PPAC’s digital lab.   
 
Please click here for more information, applicant eligibility and application instructions.  Application Deadline for 2013 is April 19th.   

 

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