Close on October 31, 2017
Eligibility: All photographers from around the globe, using all styles and processes are encouraged to enter.
The Environmental Photography Exhibition and Reception have become a much anticipated part of the annual film festival. Entries are received and judged each year, with the winners displayed at the American Mountaineering Center during the festival and throughout the spring. Each year, the selected images are seen by regional, national and international audiences of collectors, curators, writers, and others from the environmental community.
Opening Reception: February 23, 2018 – The reception for the photography exhibition happens on Friday night with a keynote address and reception without charge. Complimentary drinks and appetizers are served.
Exhibition closes: April 27, 2018
Photographers from all regions and working in all styles and processes are encouraged to enter. The show is seeking a variety of photographic images ranging in style and technique from avant-garde to traditional. This diversity symbolizes the different world communities that need to come together to overcome today's daunting environmental challenges. The common theme of the exhibition is the images' ability to inform, motivate or passionately move its viewer. This year there are two divisions: Adults (19 and older), and Youth (under 19).
A single winner in each division will win Best of Show and receive a $250 cash award.
Two Juror's Awards will be awarded as well (no monetary award).
This year, the exhibition will be juried by Chris Brown, Environmental Photographer from Boulder, Colorado.
How to enter:
A simple low resolution JPG upload gets your image submitted. Framed prints are only required after acceptance.
Submission fee is $10 per entry. No limit on number of entries.
Awards: There will be one (1) Best of Show for the Adult Division and one (1) Best of Show for the Youth Division. Each shall be awarded a $250 cash prize. There will also be two Juror's Awards (no monetary award). All awards are made based upon consideration of the actual exhibited prints on the wall.