As a SNAP member, you are invited and encouraged to submit photos for our next SNAP Photography Show. See more about eligibility below.
Theme: LANDMARKS. For this show, “landmarks” can mean a prominent object or feature of a landscape or town, especially those that enable someone to establish their location – something perhaps iconic representing that place or neighborhood. Might include buildings, monuments or other structures; might be of cultural or historical significance. Or more broadly, might be something signifying an important stage or turning point or benchmark.
Juror: The juror for this exhibit is Emily Naff, an Associate Professor of Photography at Nashville State Community College, who has lead several Study Abroad Programs (e.g., the Netherlands, Italy, Brazil and Japan). Her work may be seen at https://www.emilynaff.com/index.
Venue: Green Hills Library, 3701 Benham Avenue, Nashville 37215 https://library.nashville.org/locations/green-hills-branch.
- Deadline for submission: Friday, Feb 9
- Notification of selections: ~ Feb 19th or soon thereafter (our best guess)
- Selections brought to Green Hills Library, ready to hang: Thursday, March 1st
- Artists Reception: Thursday March 15, 5:30-7:30
- Unsold pieces to be picked up: Saturday March 31
Guidelines to submit your entries:
- This is open to active SNAP members only.
It’s easy to become a SNAP Member: just attend a meeting and register at
You may submit up to 4 entries. Entries should not have been selected for earlier exhibits. Keep in mind the venue is a public space, with patrons of all ages and sensibilities.
Naming of files: first initial + lastname _ theme+ entrynumber.jpg
Example: Emily Passino’s first entry would be named: epassino_landmarks1.jpg
Please submit all works as JPG files, with a minimum of 1024 pixels on the long side.
Email images to… firstname.lastname@example.org Soon after submitting (as soon as the volunteers have time to check) you will receive an email confirmation.
Framed Images: The accepted images should not be larger than 16 x 20 framed out or smaller than 8 x10 framed out, black frames with white matting with a wire across the back for hanging.
Other useful information:The juror will select up to 25 images for the show. Please refer to the SNAP website for more information www.snapnashville.org We will have the juror come to SNAP to speak on the selections at some point.Stay tuned for a possible companion show during the same time frame, open-theme, non-juried, non-framed – under development now.Thank you all for your submissions and being part of another fantastic SNAP show!
Good Luck and have fun!!
SNAP Exhibit Chairs, Emily Passino & Wesley Duffee-Braun