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May 19 - June 8, 2019

Trees: Life in the Slow Lane

Entry Deadline: Mar 18, 2019
Prints Deadline: Apr 25, 2019

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Deadline: Monday, March 18, 2019
Juror: Kat Kiernan
Gallery exhibition: May 19 - June 8, 2019

Call for Entries

They provide essential needs for humans, survive in a vast range of environments, and often live for hundreds of years. Their long, slow and fascinating lives give us the opportunity to photograph them in all their shapes and sizes, all of their changes of season, all of the environments on which they grow. This is a celebration of the lives and diversity of trees. All capture methods and processes are welcome.

We are very pleased that Kat Kiernan will be jurying and curating this exhibition. She will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 35 for our Online Gallery Annex. The recipients of the Juror’s Award and the Director’s Award will each be entitled to a personal portfolio review by Ms. Kiernan.

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Trees Bonney Julie 5Taking Flight
© Julie Bonney
Trees BUN50679 23022 website
© Nancy Bundy
Trees BarnettBaron Starlight Tree 1 16128
© Baron Barnett
Trees ARC04982 04937
© Roger Archibald

Submissions: $39 for up to 5 images, $6 each additional image.

Find complete information about submitting images here.
Information about our printing service and free matting and framing here.

About the Juror

Kat Kiernan is the Editor-in-Chief of the photography magazine Don’t Take Pictures, as well as the Director of Panopticon Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts. Her writings have appeared in numerous publications, most recently in the book The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life (Intellect Books, 2017). Kat received the Griffin Museum of Photography’s Rising Star Award in 2015 for her contributions to the photographic community. Her photographs have been exhibited across the United States, and Photoboite Agency named her one of 2012’s 30 women photographers under the age of 30 to watch. Kat divides her time between Brooklyn, New York and Boston. She holds a BFA in photography from Lesley University College of Art and Design. Learn more about her work here.