National Juried Photography Exhibition
The National Juried Photography Exhibition is held biennially in November at the Delaplaine as part of FOCUS, our month-long celebration of photography. Artists residing within the U.S. are invited to enter up to three (3) photographs for consideration. The entry fee is $35 per artist ($25 if the artist is a current member of the Delaplaine). All photographs, black & white, color, non-silver, computer-manipulated, digital, or pinhole are eligible.
What Makes this event different?
This exhibition is held once every two years, in conjunction with various other programs and events offered online and on-site during the month of November.
Image Usage Rights
Submission of an entry constitutes permission to use accepted artworks for publicity purposes.
The Delaplaine Arts Center, which is located in historic Downtown Frederick, Maryland, is inviting all artists residing in the U.S. to enter up to three (3) photographs for consideration for The National Juried Photography Exhibition. The entry fee is $35 per artist ($25 if the artist is a current member of the Delaplaine). All photographs color, non-silver, black & white, computer-manipulated, digital, or pinhole are eligible. Size limitation: 60” in any one direction.
Exhibition Dates: November 7-29, 2020*
The Deadline for Delivery of Accepted Works is:Thursday, October 29th, 2020.*
About this year’s juror: Regina DeLuise is a Guggenheim Fellow and full-time faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. Her work is represented in private and public collections, including Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Houston Museum of Fine Art, and the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. She has worked at the Daniel Wolf Gallery in NYC and co-founded Elm Street Arts, a cooperative gallery in Manchester, Vermont. DeLuise is from Brooklyn, New York, and received her BFA from SUNY in Purchase, New York, and her MA from Rosary College in Florence, Italy.