Please read the following guidelines carefully.
There have been major changes to last year's guidelines.
New members: We realize that these specifications may be confusing on a first reading.
For questions, please feel free to contact Tom Zoss at

Bloomington Photography Club
2018 Juried Exhibit at the
Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center


To submit images for this exhibit, you must be a current member of the Bloomington Photography Club. Membership application forms and payment can be completed during drop-off.

Images must be original work by the artist. Images that have appeared in any previous BPC exhibit, whether juried or not, may NOT be submitted. (Photoshares at club meetings do not count as exhibits.) If you are not sure whether an exhibit was sponsored by the club, please check with Tom Zoss, chair of the Exhibitions Committee at

Images that were submitted to a previous club jurying but were not accepted may be resubmitted.

Drop-off of Images and Jurying Procedure
Drop-off of digital images will take place on the evening of Thursday, May 3, in the club’s regular meeting room at the First Presbyterian Church. Entries should be dropped off between 5:30 and 7:00 p.m. Unlike recent years when drop-off, jurying, and pick-up were scheduled for the same evening, jurying for the 2018 exhibit will be held a few days later. Notification of accepted images will be communicated via email within a week or so after drop-off evening.

Number of submissions and cost
You may submit up to three works, with an entry fee of $2.00 each, payable by cash or check. A registration form will need to be completed for each image. Registration forms will be available on drop-off evening.  You may also download, print, and complete the registration form from this website to simplify the drop-off procedure for when an agent brings someone’s images.

Preparation of images
This year all images submitted for jurying must be two-dimensional photographic images in digital form. Images should be resized to: Longest side should be 2000 pixels. If your images are not in this format assistance will be available to resize images at the drop-off site. Print resolution of 300 ppi requested, and Jpeg files are preferred.

Image files will be renamed to hide photographer names, digital signatures removed, and then randomly sorted before jurying. Please take care that no name, signature, or watermark is part of the image submitted to the jury so that the jurying process can be fully fair and anonymous.

Here is the complete schedule for 2018:
May 3 (Thursday), Drop-off of digital images Jurying 5:30 to 7:00 at First Presbyterian Church
June 26 (Tuesday), 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. – Deliver works to the gallery, 122 S. Walnut St.
June 27 (Wednesday) – Gallery staff installs the show
June 29 (Friday) – Show is up and viewable
July 6 (Friday), 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Opening reception, on the night of July’s Gallery Walk
July 21 (Saturday) ) – Last day show is up and viewable
July 23 (Monday) – Pick Up Day - Artists take down their works at the gallery
               (note procedures about security, identification, and nominated agents for pick-up)


Martha Moore
Martha Moore is co-owner of Pictura Gallery at FAR Center for Contemporary Arts, a fine arts photography gallery that opened ten years ago in downtown Bloomington.  A retired school teacher, she has a strong interest in education--helping photographers present high quality images, develop strong portfolios, and market their work.  A second component is educating art patrons about what makes a photograph compelling, and how to purchase and collect photography in the ever-changing market.

Adam Reynolds
Adam Reynolds is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on contemporary political conflict, with a particular emphasis on the Middle East. He pursues research projects that balance photographic creativity with a journalist's thematic fidelity. He holds undergraduate degrees in journalism and political science and a Master’s of Fine Art from Indiana University, and a Master’s in Islamic and Middle East Studies from Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He began his professional career in 2007 covering the Middle East as a freelance photojournalist.

Nick Schneider
Nick Schneider is a journalist and editor retired from the Greene County Daily World who now operates a photography business specializing in wildlife, landscapes, old barns, and historic scenes. He is an experienced judge of photography exhibits with more than four decades of photography and journalism practice. His photography and writing have been honored with awards from the Hoosier Press Association, the Associated Press, the National Newspaper Association, Landmark Community Newspapers, Rust Communication Inc., Purdue University/4-H, and The Indiana Army National Guard.


View a printable PDF of these guidelines.

View a printable PDF of the registration form.

If your image(s) are accepted by the jury, view a printable PDF of the guidelines for exhibition.