Registration for USGS Clicks Suspended
USGS personnel are working from home and the building is closed to visitors. It is uncertain when the situation will change. Given that information we will suspend registrations for the April exhibit with the hope of reopening registration and conducting the exhibit soon. For folks that have already registered we will hold those registrations. In the event of cancellation, we will arrange refunds. I will provide updates as I have more information. Stay healthy.
John Thomas, Coordinator, Reston Photo Society
March 25, 2020. Deadline for entry form via website*
Drop Off: 10 AM, WED April 1, 2020
Pick Up: 9 AM, THU April 30, 2020.
*The Exhibit Chair needs time to print labels and prepare for hanging. If you are unable to submit your information prior to the deadline. THINK about your info when entering online; it is recommended you print off the entry page for your records. NO alterations will be made to titles or prices after the deadline. If you are unable to meet these requirements, contact the exhibit chair immediately to make special arrangements.
Reception is 4 PM, FRI April 14, 2020
Prizes totaling $750 will be awarded for this exhibit. The judge is Mark Van Bergh (www.markvanbergh.com)
Entry fee of $20 for members and$40 for non-members. Up to 3 pieces per artist can be entered. Only photography will be accepted. Photographs that have won an award in a previous League of Reston Artists’ Exhibit are not eligible for entry.
See below for payment instructions.
Please note: The maximum size for this location is 36”” on the long side.
Entry will be closed after the maximum number of pieces is reached. The Exhibit Chair needs time to print labels and prepare for hanging. It is recommended you print off the entry page for your records. NO alterations will be made to titles or prices after the deadline. If you are unable to meet these requirements, contact John at email@example.com make special arrangements.
Exhibit Registration is Now Closed
None but photography that reflects the USGS mission, USGS serves the Nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy,and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life, would be most appropriate.