Call for Entry

The Photographer's Eye

May 9, 2019 – June 29, 2019
Newport Public Library

300 Spring Street Lobby

An exhibit showcasing the art of photography. Open to members and non-members of the Guild.

April 10, 2019 registration digital deadline- fee, form, digital images (see below for the details)
April 17, 2019 or before- notification of accepted work for the exhibit
May 1, 2019 (Wednesday) 12:00PM – 2:00PM or 5:00PM – 7:00PM. Print Delivery.
     -Framed, canvas or metal images may not exceed 30 inches on the long side
     -must hang from a wire on the back
     -framed images preferred format is in black with white or off-white matting
     -label the back of your image with your name.

May 8, 2019 6pm Opening Reception and Awards Presentation at the library. 
Following the opening the Guild will present “The Magic of Mike Guertin”

June 29, 2019- Image pick-up noon to 2 PM.


Juror: Eileen McCarney Muldoon is a fine arts photographer living and working in Jamestown Rhode island.  Her work has been widely exhibited and recognized for excellence.  In addition, Eileen is an active teacher and author on various photography related topics.

  Awards:         1st Place-$125.00           2nd Place-$75.00        3rd Place- $50.00

Registration is closed

Step #1 -Entry Fee

 Guild members- one image- $15, two images- $25
  Nonmembers- one image $25, two images- $35   

entry fee

 

To pay for registration, use the button above for credit card, or send a check to
Newport Photographers' Guild
PO Box 4205, Middletown, RI 02842


Step #2- Entry form:

Select and copy the information below the line.  Paste it into an e-mail message. Fill in the information requested.  Send it to nptphotoguild@gmail.com

Step #3- Submit your image(s) digitally to nptphotoguild@gmail.com.  
Please rename your picture file- last name_ first initial_ title of image.


copy, paste, fill in and email-

your name-

phone number-

title of first submission-

title of second submission-


The Guild will exercise care in the handling of your artwork but assume no liability should it be damaged while displayed in public.