Call for Submissions: Photo Moncton International Group Show

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When
October 13-16 2016
 
Where
Moncton, NB 
 
Cost
$225 + Ontario GST (13%)

Photo Moncton International is putting on two group exhibitions to coincide with their 2016 festival.

One will showcase alternative prints of platinum palladium and the other large, high quality inkjets, all printed by Bob Carnie in Toronto.

The festival is a four-day event with workshops, photo excursions and speakers. A round table discussion on the fine art of photography will be also featured. Bob will be joined by instructors Jakob De Boer and Marc Audette. This year’s keynote is Stephen Bulger.

Each photographer will receive:

  1. One matted print executed in the process of their choice
  2. Exposure by participating in a weekend pop up show, attended by a large photo community
  3. A spotlight on you and your work which will be sent out to the photographic community.

 

Platinum Palladium

Platinum Palladium is known for its ability to record rich levels of Black and White tones on watercolor paper. Exhibiting the utmost in archival permanence, this process is directed at those who decide to sell to collectors or want to edition out their work in the finest way possible.

Platinum Palladium is a time-honored process that is practiced by many printmakers of note worldwide.

Size: 11×14 print, 16×20 matt – digital files requested

 

Ink on Paper

Ink on Paper is currently the most used media for photographers to show their work. The colour palette and gamut is unparalleled and far exceeds the range of traditional colour prints.

The paper surfaces, weight and structure gives us many options when presenting work.

Ink on Paper is a contemporary process that is very desirable for collections.

Size: 24×30 print, 30×40 – matt digital files requested

 

Costs include

Print

Matt

Marketing

Shipping

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