a little LEMON or LIME
During the winter, I’m grateful for the extra heat of the oven after lunch or dinner. I usually leave the oven door open until it reaches room temp. However, come Summer, or even Spring for that matter, I will start looking for alternative ways to cook without having to combat the heat of the oven for the rest of the day. Ceviche may be the simplest of them all. Ceviche is a method of cooking fish or seafood in citrus juice alone –without heat. It doesn’t produce the flaky fish you get from the oven, but if you’re a fan of sushi, you’ll love ceviche. This next Call is all about Aternative Techniques. I can’t wait to see this exhibit…
Check out this Call from L.A. Photo Curator (online) for the Alternative Techniques exhibit. $20 entry, no shipping, plus art publication for ALL entrants. Entry fee is $20. Take a look…
CALL for ENTRIES:
from L.A. Photo Curator
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists
MEDIA: Photography “that is (1) hand-printed in an ‘alternative’ process (e.g., platinum; cyanotype; gum bichromate; carbon; salt, lumen, silver-gelatin, photogravures, anthotype, gumoil)— the sky is the limit. This includes any printing technique that is alternative to straight digital. In this call, an ‘alternative technique’ also includes (2) interpreting your images via a pinhole/zone-plate, or toy camera (e.g., Holga, Diana, home-made)“. — Diana Bloomfield
DEADLINE: Feb. 17, 2018 (Midnight PST)
ENTRY FEE: $20 for up to 3. 20% of artist fees go to 2 charities –½ to the curator’s choice of charity & ½ goes to the 1st place winner’s choice. Diana Bloomfield has chosen the Chatham Animal Rescue & Education, Inc & RTFotoFolio.org.
CURATOR: An exhibiting photographer for over thirty-five years, Diana Bloomfield has received numerous awards for her images, including a 1985 New Jersey State Visual Arts Fellowship & Regional Artist Grants from the United Arts Council of Raleigh, NC, most recently for 2015-16. Specializing in 19th century printing techniques, Diana’s images have been included in a number of books, the Pinhole Journal; The World Journal of Post-Factory Photography; Chinese Photography; Shadow & Light; SxSE ; Diffusion; & Silvershotz. Diana is also a contributing writer for Don’t Take Pictures. Her work is in a number of public and private collections, including the New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors, located in Santa Fe, NM, and North Carolina State University’s Gregg Museum of Art & Design, in Raleigh, NC.
AWARDS: The curator chooses 1st place, 2nd place & 3 honorable mentions. The 1st place winner will receive a review by one or more curators including a Q&A about the photographer’s work. In addition, their image will be on the home page for a month. 2nd place & honorable mentions will have their image shown along with their bio, artist statement, C.V. and a link back to their website.
SALES: All sales are conducted between the artist & buyer. There is no commission.
For complete details, Read the Full Call!
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