Competitions Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition 2020
U.S. National Deadline: February 28, 2020 – Now entering its 27th year, the prestigious Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition is proud to announce that Emmet Gowin will be our juror this spring. This internationally renowned photographer has taught for 25 years at Princeton University and his art has been the subject of numerous books and museum exhibits.
The Phillips Mill Show is unique in seeking submissions representing the most personally satisfying and aesthetically successful aspects of each photographer’s body of work. Over a dozen cash awards will be granted in this highly anticipated three-week show, to be held in a historic stone gristmill that has been renovated for presentation purposes and that, ninety years ago, was the birthplace of the vibrant arts movement in the Delaware River Valley.
On display April 5-23, 2020.
THEME & ELIGIBILITY
Perennial Theme / “Photography as Art”, “Photographer as Artist”. Seeking imagery through a body of work each artist considers personal, gratifying and artistically complete. The prestigious non-profit show, in its 27th year, has re-branded itself and created a sophisticated digital overlay. Our refocused goal is to generate extended exposure for serious photographic artists. All this emanating from a re-purposed historic stone gristmill designed for presentation. Phillips Mill is the birthplace of the Arts Movement in the Delaware River Valley ninety years ago.
Twelve cash awards will be assigned with one “People’s Choice” award to be granted at the end of the show. All standard awards apply including Best of Show, and Best Body of Work.
- $45 for up to 4 images/$12 each for up to 2 extra images
- $45 per image to print, mat and frame accepted digital work
- $20 for Portfolio Review (body of work)
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All images must be for sale. Please place realistic prices on all images. Phillips Mill retains 30% of the selling price of an image as well as any additional images sold through Phillips Mill. These monies are used for the maintenance of the historic Mill and promotion of its activities in the community.
Promote fine art photography. The Phillips Mill Community Association in New Hope PA was the birthplace of the Arts movement in the Delaware River Valley ninety years ago. Our mission statement: Celebrate the arts with respected annual programs. As a 501c3 non-profit organization, after maintaining our historic stone grist mill gallery, proceeds are injected back into the arts in creative and supportive ways.
Phillips Mill Photo
2619 River Road
New Hope, PA 18938