Friday May 19: Complete entry form via website by 12 midnight*
Monday May 24: Drop Off 10:00 am, followed by installation of the exhibit
Monday June 21: Pick Up 9:00 am. Please be sure to pick up on time or make arrangements.
*Entry will be closed after the maximum number of pieces is reached. The Exhibit Chair needs time to print labels and prepare for installation. If you are unable to submit your information prior to the deadline, you must email email@example.com to make special arrangements. 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 your exhibit chair immediately to make special arrangements.
Sunday June 6, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Reception is tentative, more information as we get closer to the event.
Please send a digital copy of you photo to firstname.lastname@example.org when you enter. The digitals must be JPEG only sized to 1400×1050 pixels and named with the photographer’s last name and title: i.e. Rosenberg.Bridge.JPEG. This will allow the judge an early look at the photos and allow for a virtual reception if necessary. Photos that have not be submitted digitally will not be judged.
$20 Members; $45 Non-Members over 18 years of age. Up to 3 pieces per artist may 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. Please note: The maximum size for this location is 36”” on the long side. If you have a larger photograph, contact the Exhibit Chair.
See below for payment instructions.
Hanging Instructions are in the general requirements. Please pay special attention to the hanging instruction. Photos must have a hanging wire as specified.
Awards: Prizes totaling $750 will be awarded for this exhibit. The judge is Mark Van Bergh (www.markvanbergh.com)
None but photography that reflects your activity during the COVID-19 Pandemic would be appropriate. Could be photos that were taken during the “Stay at Home” or photos that you worked on during the period. Photos prepared for our cancelled exhibits would also be welcome.