Brentwood Photography Group Exhibits

Throughout the year, we periodically have opportunities to exhibit our members' works at galleries around Nashville and surrounding areas.  Contact Dorma Tabisz with any questions.

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CALL FOR ENTRY
April 2018 Exhibit at Franklin City Hall

Entry Deadline:  March 2, 5 pm

Eligibility: All BPG members in good standing with the Brentwood Photography group are encouraged to enter. You will receive 1 President’s Cup point for your submission.

Theme: “Your Best Shot” - Submit what you consider as your best image(s) taken between March 1, 2016 - March 1, 2018.

Guidelines:

  • You may submit up to 3 images.
  • Images should be family appropriate for a public space.
  • Naming files for submission: First Initial_Last Name_Title of Exhibit+submission number. Example:dtabisz_yourbestshot_1
  • Images must be submitted as JPG files with a minimum of 1000 pixels on the long side.


Email entries to exhibits@brentwoodphotographyclub.org

No more than 1 image per person will be selected for exhibiting.

Framed Images: The selected images must frame out no larger than 16x20. The smallest image must be no smaller than 8x10. Square images must be no smaller than 10x10. These last two image sizes will frame out larger. White matting and black wood frames are required for each image with a wire across the back for hanging. There are no specifications on width for either of these.

Juror: Our juror is Jerry Park and is a long standing member of BPG. A Southerner, born and raised, Jerry is a writer and photographer whose work demonstrates emphatically how deeply his roots have been imprinted upon his soul. Educated at Wofford College and UNC at Chapel Hill, Jerry built careers at Xerox, in the Christian music world, and in book and Bible publishing, finishing each in executive positions. His photography is exhibited in Nashville at The Arts Company. His work is collected by several commercial clients and has been published in books, magazines, and newspapers.

Jerry published his first book, Slow Roads Tennessee, in October, 2015. It became a best seller across the state during that fall. He is also finishing up his new book, A Tennessee Portrait (photos and stories), which will be released in the Fall. Jerry can be contacted through his website, jerryparkphotography.com, or directly at jerryppark@comcast.net.

Notification: You should receive notification of acceptance approximately 3/19 or before if possible.

Questions?  Email Dorma Tabisz