Entries for PHOTO 2013, the 33rd Annual Photography Exhibition in the Betty Barker Gallery at the Carriage Barn Arts Center in Waveny Park will be accepted online through Monday, December 17th at the Carriage Barn website, www.carriagebarn.org. Entries are sought from photographers including students in all formats and all subject matter. Joshua Chuang, Associate Curator of Photography and Digital Media at the Yale University Art Gallery, will jury the exhibition this year. Mr. Chuang will select work for the exhibition and award cash prizes including Best in Show, Color, Black &White and Student images. The show is sponsored by the Barbara Benton Davis Fund at the Fairfield County Community Foundation and the New Canaan Society for the Arts.
Online entry fees: NCSA members and students: $20 for up to two or $30 for up to five photos; non-members: $35 for up to two or $45 for up to five photos. Black or neutral colored frames, either metal or wood, are requested and mats, if used, should be white, or ivory. For more information call 203.972.1895 or visit www.carriagebarn.org for the prospectus and entry details.
The Exhibition will run from January 23 through February 20, 2013. The Opening Reception will be held on Wednesday, January 23rd from 5:30 to 7:30pm with the presentation to prizewinners at 6:30 pm. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
The Carriage Barn Arts Center is a non-profit, member-supported community cultural organization. Exhibitions, lectures, classes, concerts and other events are held in a restored 19th century stone barn on the grounds of a former estate, now Waveny Park.
Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 11am – 4pm. The Carriage Barn Arts Center is located in Waveny Park, off South Ave. (Rte. 124), 1/4 mile north of Merritt Parkway Exit 37.
For further information go to www.carriagebarn.org or call 203.972.1895.
About the Juror:
Joshua Chuang is the Associate Curator of Photography and Digital Media at the Yale University Art Gallery. Most recently he organized the touring retrospective Robert Adams: The Place We Live, as well as a related series of publications devoted to the photographer’s work. He also led Yale’s acquisition of Lee Friedlander’s archive and master sets of work since 1990. For the Gallery, he also curated the exhibition First Doubt: Optical Confusion in Modern Photography (2008), co-curated Art for Yale: Collecting for a New Century (2007), and was the guest editor of its 2006 Bulletin: Photography at Yale. He has written widely on modern and contemporary photography and has overseen the production of photobooks by Judith Joy Ross and Mark Ruwedel.