2019 Ivy Tech John Waldron Exhibit
The 28th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Bloomington Photography Club will again be held at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center during July 2019. A change this year is that members are invited to submit up to four images in digital format for jurying.
Drop-off night for images will be Wednesday, May 15th. At the drop-off night image files will be copied and checked and accepted. Specifications are on the “Guidelines for Submissions” document. Each image must be accompanied by a Registration Form. Help will be available on drop-off night to reformat or rename image files, if needed. This means you will not have to make prints, mount and mat until you are notified your submission has been accepted for the show. You must be a member to submit up to four images, which must not have appeared in any previous BPC exhibit (juried or not). Entry fee is $2 per image. Photo Shares at meetings do not count as exhibits. Images submitted to a previous BPC juried exhibit but not accepted may be resubmitted.
Jurying is scheduled for Thursday, May 23rd. Images accepted by the jurors can then be prepared according to the size limits and restrictions for exhibition in time for the event in July. For more information contact Tom Zoss email@example.com.
About the Exhibit Jurors…
Around junior high school, he became fascinated with cameras and photography in general. Soon after, working with the high school newspaper and yearbook led to the realization that he could make money with his hobby. Portraits, weddings, and college dances all pushed him down the inevitable path of opening a studio. After World War II until the year 2000 he concentrated on portraiture. Now retired, he considers himself privileged to have experienced what he considers to be the golden age of film photography.
Jeremy Hogan was born and raised in California and began freelancing for newspapers while still in high school. He is a 1997 graduate of the photojournalism program at San Jose State University, and has a bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism. After a series of internships he began a 20-year career at The Herald-Times in Bloomington. He has always pursued personal projects on his own. He is represented by Polaris Images for still photography and is a contributing filmmaker to Getty Images.
Chaz is a busy professional photographer. She is Photographer/Social Media Director for Pictura Gallery and the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts in Bloomington. In addition, she is a photographer for Indiana University Communications. Her work can be seen on billboards, ads, and in publications like Limestone Post.
Photographer: Tom Zoss