Deadline: 21 June 2020. Home is both a place and a state of mind. It can be comforting or challenging, personal or communal, but always evocative. For many of us the idea and reality of home is changing. Our schedules, our relationships and the way we interact with our family and neighbors are all being reinvented. DCP invites you to enter this juried competition with photographs that illustrate how your home experience is evolving as we adapt and change during this unique time in history. The call is open to everyone. Students under 18 years old are encouraged to enter the Youth Category.
Selections will be featured in a virtual exhibition on the DCP website. We are also planning to have an exhibition catalog in book form that will be available for purchase. DCP will host a virtual opening reception (date to be announced) that is free and open to the public. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third winners in both the youth and adult categories.
Our judge will be looking for images that resonate with our current experience, but the photographs could be from any point in time.
Each applicant may submit up to 10 images for consideration.
There are no restrictions on the type of camera or process used.
All images must be original works of the photographer.
Our juror for this competition is Nancy Borowick. All entrants will receive an email on July 6 to inform them of the selections for the show.
Nancy Borowick is an internationally renowned photographer, author, teacher and speaker, delivering over 50 speaking engagements each year around the world, bringing her personal story to universities, hospitals, oncology units and community groups globally.
Nancy is a graduate of the International Center of Photography and has exhibited her work in over 100 cities world-wide. Working regularly with the New York Times since 2013, Nancy has told the intimate stories of people and places from every corner of the globe winning her major accolades and awards, such as World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International and most recently the 2018 Humanitarian Award from the organization Women That Soar for her photography and recent monograph, The Family Imprint.
Over the last decade, Nancy has narrowed the focus of her work, telling stories of health, struggle and personal relationships, using compassion, humility and trust as tools to connect with and explore the lives of her subjects. Her work has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines, including National Geographic, Time Magazine, CNN, PDN, O the Oprah Magazine, Glamour Magazine and the Wall Street Journal. In 2019, she was invited to become a Sony Artisan of Imagery, as well as a Kickstarter Thought Leader and was recently elected to the trustee board of the International Center of Photography.
– First place: $175
– Second place: $100
– Third place: $50
– First place: $250
– Second place: $125
– Third place: $75
Photo Contest Website: https://dallascenterforphotography.org/exhibitions/calls-for-entry/