It’s that time of the year: the Exposure annual national high school photography competition call for entries is now open! High-school photographers are welcome to submit up to five photographs. Submitted work will be considered for prizes and inclusion in the 2018 exhibition, which runs from May 12 – June 14, 2018.
Our updated Call For Entries Guidelines explains everything you need to know about how to submit to Exposure. Submissions must be received by April 13, 2018 for consideration.
Presented by the Art Institute, The Art Effect’s signature pre-college portfolio program, and sponsored in part by Maryland Institute College of Art, the 15th annual Exposure exhibition is open to all high-school students. This year’s prizes include a full tuition scholarship to the Summer Art Intensive program at The Art Effect, one $1500 scholarship to Maryland Institute College of Art’s Summer 2018 Pre-college program, and a number of cash awards and other prizes.
We are excited to see the incredible work by young photographers from all over the country! Nearly 400 submissions were received in 2017, and we expect even more in 2018. All entrants will be notified via email of acceptance or rejection by April 16, 2018. If selected, instructions for display of artwork will be forwarded to the entrant.
To enter, register and upload artwork digitally through our online submission system. All work must be completely the work of the applicant — no borrowed work, even in part, will be accepted. A $15.00 entry fee includes up to three entries. Two additional entries will be accepted for $3.00 each, for a maximum of 5 photographs submitted per applicant. Entries must be uploaded by April 13, 2018 at 5pm.