“Feature Shoot” call for entries extended
Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards- DEADLINE EXTENDED!
New (Final) Deadline: February 16, 2017
photo: ©Joseph RomeoWhen we announced the prizes for the Third Annual Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards would include exhibitions, gallery representation, cash, and more, we knew we could expect some incredible submissions from up-and-coming artists. We were right. The submissions thus far have been outstanding, which is why we’re extending the deadline for the competition until February 16, 2017.
If you have not yet submitted, the time is now.
This year, we have a total of eight judges each picking their own set of winners, there will be more opportunities than ever before. As many as 29 photographers could win.
Feature Shoot Founder Alison Zavos will select five photographers for the cash prize, and each one will receive $750. Curators Sam Barzilay of United Photo Industries and Moshe Rosenzveig of the Head On Photo Festival will each pick three to five artists to exhibit at their respective galleries in Brooklyn, New York, and Sydney, Australia. Ken Allen Studios using their state-of-the-art ChromaLuxe metal printing facilities to print work for United Photo Industries. Stephen Pierson, Executive Director of ArtBridge, will hand-pick two to four photographs to showcase in an outdoor exhibition in NYC. His picks will receive a stipend of $400-$1000.
All submitting photographers will be considered for gallery representation at both Susan Spiritus Gallery in Los Angeles and the gallery nineteensixtyeight. There are three additional spots available for a consultation with Agency Access, which will include career advice as well as access to a list of 8,000 email addresses belonging to photo editors, publishers, and industry professionals. Three photographers will be chosen by Emily Nathan to receive the brand new SOLAS camera bag by Tiny Atlas Quarterly.
Exhibition at United Photo Industries (Brooklyn)
Exhibition at ArtBridge (NYC) with a $400-$1000 stipend
Exhibition at the HeadOn Festival (Sydney)
Representation by Susan Spiritus Gallery (LA)
Representation by Nineteensixtyeight (London)
Five photographers will receive $750 cash
Access to 8,000 photo editors and book publishers via Agency Access
Camera bags from Tiny Atlas Quarterly
ALISON ZAVOS, Founder and Editor of Feature Shoot
SAM BARZILAY, Creative Director of United Photo Industries
SUSAN SPIRITUS, Founder of Susan Spiritus Gallery
JENNIFER KILBERG, Creative Consultant, Agency Access
STEPHEN PIERSON, Executive Director of ArtBridge
MOSHE ROSENZVEIG, Founder and Creative Director of Head On Photo Festival
ELIZABETH BREINER, Editor of nineteensixtyeight
EMILY NATHAN, Founder and Publisher of Tiny Atlas Quarterly