Artists will be notified of accepted work via email about two weeks after the submission deadline. All selected photographs are posted on our website immediately upon receiving decisions from the juror. We send an email to each accepted photographer simultaneous to posting accepted images.
If your work is accepted for the Online Gallery Annex, you need do nothing more. The file you originally submitted is suitable for both the exhibition catalog and the Online Gallery. Your photograph will appear in the Online Gallery on our website, and it will remain there indefinitely, as will photographs accepted for Gallery exhibition.
Our goal is to make the process of exhibiting your work an easy and inexpensive as possible.
If your work is accepted for our Middlebury Gallery exhibition, you have choices:
Printing, Matting, and Framing
For $39.50 to $42 (depending on paper choice) plus tax we’ll make a professional print from your high-resolution image, using your choice of paper options. We’ll mat it and frame it for free for the duration of the exhibition. For an extra $19 you can have the print returned (U.S. and Canada only), we can donate it to a non-profit on your behalf, or you may ask that it be destroyed. Learn about our professional print service and printing options.
Artists exhibiting at the Gallery may offer their work for sale at a price of their choosing. Upon sale, PhotoPlace Gallery will retain 30% of the sale price.
Of course, we both hope your work will sell. If it does not, and if you’d like your work returned, include a prepaid UPS or FedEx return label or accurate prepaid U.S. postage. You’ll find more information about packing, shipping and return shipping here. If return shipping is not provided or the work is not picked up within two weeks of the close of the exhibition, the photograph will be donated or destroyed.
While we take great care of all work in our possession and in shipping it, we cannot be responsible for loss or damage.
Each of the photographs in the Middlebury Gallery exhibition is individually photographed shortly after hanging, along with its gallery label, and posted on the exhibition's web page. Each has a unique URL, making them easy to share. Click on "Installation" to see them.