Catskill Art Society seeks color photos
December 30, 2013 —
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Photographers are encouraged to submit up to four color images for the Jeff Bank 2015 Calendar Photo Contest. Submissions will be accepted February 21 to April 18, 2014. Organized by the Catskill Art Society (CAS), the contest has the theme, “ Four Seasons of Nature and Landscapes in Sullivan County.”
Interested artists may submit up to four color photographs, preferably depicting each of the four seasons. Recognizable locations are preferred, but not mandatory.
All entries must include a completed application form (available at all Jeff Bank branches, online at www.jeffbank.com or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org), a CD with a maximum of four images in digital, horizontal JPEG format in the largest file size available (preferably 16M or larger – this is an opened JPEG), and a signed photo release.
There is a contest entry fee of $5 payable to CAS. All entries must be hand delivered to the CAS Arts Center at 48 Main Street, Livingston Manor, NY or sent by post to CAS, PO Box 991, Livingston Manor, NY 12758 by Friday, April 18, 2014. Please note that this is not a postmark deadline.
This initiative is an ongoing partnership between CAS and Jeff Bank, started in 2009 to support the local arts community and to give talented photographers a venue to share their work with the public.
For more information contact Bradley Diuguid at 845/436-4227 or email@example.com.
The Catskill Art Society is a non-profit, cultivating public interest, participation, and enjoyment of the arts. Through its multi-arts center, CAS explores contemporary art practices and facilitates creative and professional development for established and emerging artists. Located in Livingston Manor, the renovated 4,500-plus-square-foot facility includes a designated fine arts gallery, a large multi-purpose space, a pottery studio, a painting studio and a digital arts lab. For more information, please visit www.catskillartsociety.org.
Funding for CAS is provided in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.