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This juried exhibition is open to all artists in Hawaii using photographic processes: analog or digital, color or BXW, alternative processes and mixed media explorations. Contemporary Photography in Hawaii 2019 offers artists a venue for exhibiting work and provides a snapshot of the “state of the art” of photography in Hawaii.
Hawaii residents, amateurs and professionals, are welcome to submit images.
Images are due by 9 pm on Friday, June 21.
Please follow directions below for naming files and sizing submissions.
If you are unclear on naming and re-sizing files according to the specs below, please attend the free seminar:
June 5, 7-8:30 pm:
For help with entries: Preparation of Images for Contemporary Photography in Hawai‘i 2019, FREE, with David Ulrich, Chaminade University, Eiben Hall, Room 127
Selected images are exhibited at The ARTS at Marks Garage.
August 1-31, 2019
Artists Reception – Friday, August 2 at 6-8pm: Awards ceremony 6:30 pm
- Image must have been created within the past two years and not previously exhibited.
- Open to photographers living in the state of Hawaii.
- Work must be original.
- Selected work must be printed and framed for exhibition.
- Frames and mattes: you will need to provide your own framing for the exhibition. Maximum Frame size is 24X30 inches, no exceptions.
How to Submit Files*Register/Pay for submission on this page or call (808) 955-4212
- Entry fee $20 for first entry, $5 per additional image. Maximum 5 images
- Submit in JPEG format
- Longest dimension should 1200 pixels wide.
- Maximum File Size: 2 MB.
- File names: First initial + Last Name + entry number (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).jpg
- Image Dimensions (when printed – Height/Width):
- Print Medium (for example, photographic paper, inkjet paper, or alternative surfaces):
- Questions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 955-4212.
* Pacific New Media reserves the right to reject works for any reason.
Entries are submitted at artist’s/owners own risk. PNM is not responsible for the loss of or damage to works. Accepted works must remain on display for the total period of the exhibition.