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Call for SNAP Submissions – Winter 2017|Theme “Perspective”

PERSPECTIVE-iiiAs a SNAP member, you are invited and encouraged to submit photos for our next Provence SNAP Photography Show.

Theme: PERSPECTIVE. For this show, perspective means “viewpoint” – a way of looking at or thinking about something.  Strong photos will capture something a casual passerby may not see. Perhaps the vantage point is different, or the story told provokes a new way of considering something. Finding a unique way to point to a selected scene delivers a message to the viewers which the photographer directs.

Juror:  The juror for this exhibit is V e s n a  P a v l o v i ć, a Vanderbilt Associate Professor of Art who is astonishingly prolific and creative. She has exhibited widely in both solo and group exhibitions, and has work included in major private and public art collections, including the Phillips, the Hirschhorn and others around the world. Zeitgeist gallery here in Nashville represents her work. See http://vesnapavlovic.com/index.php?/photographs/

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SNAP Meeting Notes for July…

Summer… and lots of things going on this month. The submissions for our annual S.N.A.P. at JCC Exhibit are in; 138 photographs are vying for one of the 40 available positions in the show. The images have been sent to our juror, and participants should be getting the results soon, with enough time to print and frame their work in time to deliver them from hanging on August 1st.

Our speaker for the July S.N.A.P. meeting is our juror, Jerry Park, who will discuss his selections for the S.N.A.P. at JCC show. The meeting is as always, the 4th Tuesday of the month, 6:30 pm at Dury’s. 

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I began seriously pursuing photography in 2007 after a career in corporate America.  Landscapes were my first love and continue to be a frequent subject.  In addition, I’ve enjoyed building a portfolio of the interiors of all sorts of workspaces, from a shoe shine shop to Nashville’s water filtration plant, from a car seat recoverer to a pristine Purity Dairy, from an artist’s studio to the shop of a third-generation luthier.  I’m a member of several photography organizations, including SouthLight, a 6-member salon dedicated to growing and demonstrating that art is alive and well below the Mason-Dixon line.

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Call for SNAP Submissions|Theme “WORK”

Here are the details for our next Provence SNAP Photography Show:

Theme: WORK. Again, let your imagination roll!

Juror:  The juror for this exhibit is Michael Ray Nott (http://www.michaelraynott.com/ ), noted for outstanding graphic black & white Street Photography.  Nott has studied under Gerry Winogrand, and has a design and cultural sensibility that should make this upcoming exhibit very rich.  

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SNAP Notes…

Hi, SNAPpers! I hope everyone is taking advantage of the spring-like weather to get out and shoot. At our last meeting Byron Jorjorian spoke on his approach to photographing nature in all its forms. Thanks, Byron for a great presentation.

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Our March meeting should be a real treat…a field trip to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts to see the Irving Penn exhibit. Unfortunately our member docent, Susan Striepe, is in the process of completing her thesis and is not working with the Frist center this semester. That means I will be scheduling the tour and handling the finances (Oh, boy!).

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Call for SNAP Submissions – Spring 2017|Theme “Night”

Here are the long-awaited details for our next Provence SNAP Photography Show:

Theme: NIGHT. Again, let your imagination roll!

Juror:  The juror for this exhibit is Heather Lose, a creative director and fine art photographer who helped co-found the Nashville Community Darkroom and, more recently, WXNA 101.5 FM. She loves the nightlife; she’s got to boogie. See www.HeatherLose.com.

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Reception for SNAP Exhibit at Provence…

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Please join us at Provence Bakery in Hillsboro Village this Thursday, December 8th from 5:30 to 7:00 PM for the artist reception of  “Photography Inspired By Art” its gonna be a great show with many of your fellow Snap members in this exhibit.

Our juror for this show was Wesley Paine, director of the Parthenon, she picked 24 images out of almost 100 submitted, can’t wait to see her picks!!

Bring your family and friends, there will be snacks and wine  —  see you there!!

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S.N.A.P. Notes – November 2016

November’s Meeting:

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Our November meeting will welcome S.N.A.P. member Richard Barrow. His topic, “Photography Along Our Greenways” is a ‘quick start’ guide for nature photographers, encouraging them to explore other greenways beyond their local parks. Richard prepares a calendar for a non-profit branch of the Nashville Parks Dept. called “Greenways for Nashville”. In the process, he photographs year round in the greenways and his presentation covers his favorite spots (and favorite parks) as starting points for photographers.

 

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We will meet at our usual 6:30 time next Tuesday, November 22 at Belmont United Methodist Church: 2007 Acklen Ave, Nashville, TN 37212, (615) 383-0832

 

Provence Exhibit:

The submissions are in for our next Provence exhibit : “Inspired by Art”. Our Juror is Wesley Paine, Director of the Parthenon. She will join us for the January or February SNAP meeting for a conversation about her selections.

Key Dates:

Deadline for submission: Saturday, November 12th.

Notification of selections: Sunday, November 20th.

The show will be hung Monday, December 5th (from 3:00-6:00)

The accepted images should not be larger than 16 x 20 framed out, or smaller than 8 x 10 framed out.  Black frames with white matting.  Remember, Provence only supplies nails at this point, so have wire across the back. You will receive a link to supply information about your print (name of photograph, etc.) for the title cards.

 

Jane Vickers Exhbit:

SNAP member Jane Vickers is exhibiting her photography montages, November 9 through January 4 (Note corrected dates). The reception is December 1st, 5:00 – 8:00 at Pryor Art Gallery.

 

Holiday Portrait Fundraiser for NCD: 

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It’s that time of year again! Time for way-too-early Christmas decorations, fights about coffee cups and manger scenes, and the dreaded/highly anticipated onslaught of holiday music on radio stations across the land!

To ring in the season, the Nashville Community Darkroom is offering a great deal on holiday portraits — $65 gets you a 30-minute session and 5 digital images for you to do whatever you want with! Make them into holiday cards! Post them on facebook! Send them out in your family’s annual newsletter! Wait, do people still do that?

When: Sun, November 20, 2016, 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM CST

Where: NCD – 1143 GALLATIN AVENUE, NASHVILLE TN 37206

As a huge bonus, every single dollar goes to support your 501(c)(3) nonprofit Nashville Community Darkroom. This is our big annual fundraiser, so come on out, get some portraits and help us ring in 2016!

 

Calls for Submissions:

Have a little extra time and/or looking for another exhibition opportunity? Check  these out:

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https://www.puppylovephotoshow.com/

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PUPPY LOVE JURIED EXHIBITION 2017

ALL proceeds go to dog rescue!

WHY: Puppy Love’s good intent is for both dogs and photographers – to help support rescue organizations who do the heavy lifting with our cold hard cash and publicity, and to provide a great venue for photographers to showcase their work. Join us in helping this happen!

WHO: JUROR AMY MILLER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ATLANTA CELEBRATES PHOTOGRAPHY

 

WHERE: HATHAWAY Contemporary Gallery, 887 Howell Mill Road NW Suite 4 Atlanta, GA 30318

WHEN: Entry Deadline is midnight on November 30th.

Exhibition will be held February 1-28, 2017 at Hathaway Contemporary Gallery, Atlanta.

Opening Reception, Awards Presentation, and Juror’s Talk will be held Saturday, February 4th at Hathaway Contemporary, Atlanta.

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Portfolio Contest 2017

Deadline for postmark: December 31, 2016

Enter a collection of your best images into our latest portfolio contest.
We are happy to help. If you have any questions, please email us at bnwmagpicks@aol.com or call us at 805-270-3312

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November SNAP Notes…

What a lovely, if dry, Fall this has been! Perfect weather for photography…hope everyone has been able to take advantage and shot some more great art! Speaking of ‘Art’, Emily, Wesley and David have been busy organizing our next Provence exhibit (yes, it’s that time already). Click here for the essential information you need, but hurry, time is short.

Long Exposures:

If you missed last month’s SNAP meeting, you missed an excellent presentation about “slow shutter”, aka “long exposure” photography. Denny Adcock and and Stanton Tubb discussed techniques and showed some of their outstanding work. Thanks guys for a great discussion. For those encouraged to try (or continue) with this form of photography, I am also posting two articles and a guide as separate PDF files.

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Jane Vickers – Exhibit:

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SNAP member Jane Vickers is exhibiting her photography montages, November 9 through January 4  at Pryor Art Gallery. The exhibit is titled: “Echo of Dreams”.

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Call for Submissions: SNAP December Show at Provence

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Theme: Photographs “inspired by art.”

Juror: The juror for this exhibit will be Wesley Paine, the director of the Parthenon, who has a wide knowledge of and interest in art throughout the ages, including contemporary (not just ancient Greek)

Key Dates:

· Deadline for submission: Saturday, November 12th.

· Notification of selections: Sunday, November 20th.

· The show will be hung Monday, December 5th (from 3:00-6:00)

· Artists Reception yet to be determined.

· Juror Wesley Payne will join us for January or February SNAP meeting for a conversation about her selections.

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October Notes…

Next Meeting:

Due to Emily Passino’s efforts, SNAP now has a meeting place while Dury’s moves to their new home. For our upcoming October 25 meeting (and November 22, if we need it), we will meet here:
Belmont United Methodist Church
2007 Acklen Avenue / PO Box 120098
Nashville, Tennessee 37212

Emily says: They are giving us Room #25. Best entrance is across from the community center on the side. Could be parking available in the back lot next to the side entrance… look for the signage for directions to Room #25 (Thanks to Jo for the design and printing).

The Topic for the meeting will be: “Slow Shutter”

An important tool for creative photography is the use of the “slow shutter”. Extending exposure time results in a variety of visual effects and the ability to shoot in otherwise difficult situations. To help us explore this corner of our craft, we will be hearing from S.N.A.P. veterans, (and recognized Fine Art Photographers) Denny Adcock and Stanton Tubb. They will discuss technical concerns and techniques and show how they are resolved in their own work.
If you have any “slow shutter” work you would like to show / discuss, this is a good meeting to bring it along. Or, if you have any questions or ideas in this area, Denny and Stanton will be glad to respond during their presentation.

 

Dury’s New Location:

Dury’s will open October 24 at their new location, 1027 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37217.

 

Provence Exhibit:

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Update from Emily about the next Provence exhibit…

Details are still being worked out to accommodate both the juror and Provence. But with time ticking by we wanted you all to know that it’s likely to be a very short time-frame mainly so we can take advantage of Christmas in the village. So! Start deciding now which 4 gorgeous shots you’d like to submit that respond to the theme, “photos inspired by art.”

Don’t over think this one! It could be a painterly shot or a shot reminiscent of a particular artistic style or period, or a shot composed in along the lines of classic principles, or…. maybe artists at work, or museum goers, or your version of abstract or geometric works. As we’ve been reminded, visual art shares so many perspectives, regardless of the medium. This exercise should make for good conversation too as we explore what each other is thinking as we make our selections and then see how a museum director views it all. Plus , during holidays, what we produce may find not just an appreciative audience but some people who might actually purchase things!
Hopefully we’ll get this all squared away soon. Look for official call by next week. But start thinking now, because we won’t have a lot of time to pull it off.

 

Local Exhibits:

Not much to announce by way of photography exhibits or events this month. The “Tranquility” exhibit continues at Chromatics until January 12. If you have not seen the show, check it out as it includes a number of S.N.A.P. member’s work.

The Tinney Contemporary continues it’s exhibition of David Yarrow’s Wild Encounters through October 29.

“His unusual angles are the result of hours of research and elaborate planning, as well as countless trials and errors in the field. For Yarrow, photography is about active nature rather than passive observation, often creating a feeling of being sometimes unsettlingly close to the animal. African elephants tower, lions stare into the camera, tigers look up from the water, and rhinoceroses charge straight at the camera.”

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Call for Entries:

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Southern Landscapes
Juror: Elizabeth Avedon
Deadline for Entries: November 1, 2016
Notification of Acceptance Date: December 15, 2016

Exhibition:
Brickworks Gallery
Atlanta, Georgia
March 1 – 31, 2017
Artist’s Reception: March 11, 2017
Theme: Landscapes can refer to design, ecology, and culture. Southern landscapes depict the physical elements of the American South (hills, water, architecture, light …) as well as the cultural aspects.

More info: SouthxSoutheast Photo Exhibitions

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Looking Back Looking Forward 2017

Vintage/Smartphone/Alternative Printing & Processes/Pinhole/Plastic Camera

Deadline for postmark: October 31, 2016 Enter your best images into our latest contest.

Click for more info.

 

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Reception for Cinema Exhibit at Provence…

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Provence Show Info…

Thanks to all who submitted such a terrific group of photos for our next show at Provence. Notifications to the artists whose work was selected were sent out earlier this week.  Our esteemed juror, Zack Hall has selected a nicely intriguing lineup – and will be available to critique the photos in person at Provence later next month.

Here are the dates everyone needs to know, plus request for help.

Title Block Info due, Sunday, July 31st (please enter your information, one piece per line) for title blocks at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JEh52fqoWun-tjwXXFG5w6aFZ1FGLwaPWE8S4QPY5TU/edit?usp=sharing

Swap of photos, Monday August 1st 1-6.- Wesley will be on hand
Artist Reception,  Tuesday, August 9th 5-7
Juror critique at Provence,  Tuesday August 23rd, 5:30-7:00

Help needed:(email emily.passino@gmail.com or sign up at our next meeting at Dury’s)
People to help with the swap.
People to bring wine (2 boxes were plenty last time) and plastic cups and name tags
Flyer to promote show through social media and hard copies for Belcourt lobby

Thanks!

Emily Passino & Wesley Duffee-Braun

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SNAP Notes…

First things first, guys…

DEADLINE: July 9 (Saturday) If you work better under pressure, now is the time to get your 4 Cinema-related photographs submitted for our next exhibition at Provence.

Naming of files: Please name each file using the following method:

first initial + lastname _ cinema+ entrynumber.jpg
Example: Emily Passino’s first entry would be named: epassino_cinema1.jpg

Please submit all works as JPG files, with a minimum of 1024 pixels on the long side.

Email all entries to snapnashvillesubmissions@gmail.com. Soon after submitting, you will receive an email confirmation.

 

We are making efforts to coordinate this show with the re-opening of the Belcourt Theater. Our juror is Zack Hall, Programming and Education Associate for the Belcourt, who will also critique the show for our August meeting.  http://zackhalledits.tumblr.com/.

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SALES: And speaking of Provence, congratulations to Monte Arnold, who has sold a photograph from the current Patterns exhibition. Also on the celebration list are Mike Gannon and Renee Lowery with sales from our recent show at Gordon JCC. Renee sold not one but both of the photographs she had hanging in the show. Way to go guys!

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NEXT MEETING: For our July meeting, we will return to Dury’s on Tuesday, the 26th at 6:30. The program will be presented by founding SNAP member Wendy Whittmore. As owner of Aerial Innovations, an aerial photography company, Wendy has expertise in an area of great interest but little knowledge for most of us. She will discuss “Drone Photography”, a rapidly developing field for commercial and creative work.

 

Durys: Which brings me to this … many have heard the rumors:

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EXHIBIT OPPORTUNITIES: It’s summertime and that means County/State Fairs. Here is a run-down so pay attention: application deadlines are close at hand.

 

Williamson County:

Chair: Ronnie Leftwich, photography@williamsoncountyfair.org
Judge: Jerry Atnip
Entry: July 1 – July 22

Competition is open to all residents of Williamson County and adjoining counties. Each photo must be submitted with a completed ENTRY FORM found in the Williamson County Fair Catalogue or on-line at www.williamsoncountyfair.org

http://www.williamsoncountyfair.org/p/competitive-events/255

 

Wilson County:

Chair: Jana Pastors – 615-818-4646
Email:  janacpastors@gmail.com

Judges:  Durwood Edwards – Black & White Specialist
Brent Wright – Landscape
Dana Barrett – Portraits/People

** Competition open only to Wilson County residents. **

Register online or all entries must be entered between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, in the East-West Building (Bldg. D.)  All entries must be presented in person on Saturday, August 13.

https://www.wilsoncountyfair.net/competitions/creative-arts/photography-contest

 

Tennessee State Fair:

Chairman: Linda Odenbaugh
Cell: 615-429-4720   Email: tsfphotography@gmail.com
Co-Chair: Richard Malone
Cell: 615-973-8973

http://tnstatefair.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/2016-Catalog-CA.photo_.DO_.05.19.2016.pdf

 

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Benjamin Walls…exhibit at the TN State Museum

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT: An exhibition of fine art nature photography by Tennessee native Benjamin Walls opened at the Tennessee State Museum on July 1. Entitled Through Appalachian Eyes: The Fine Art  Photography of Benjamin Walls, the exhibit will feature more than 50 nature images taken by Walls from Appalachia to Africa.

http://www.tnmuseum.org/custpage.cfm/frm/0/sec_id/200197

http://nashvillearts.com/2016/06/appalachian-eyes-fine-art-photography-benjamin-walls/

http://benjaminwalls.com/about/

 

FINALY: For our July meeting, if you have any aerial, and especially drone photographs, please bring them for display and discussion. Also, If you have a recent photographic “accomplishment” like an award, publication or event, please let me know so I can announce your success at our meeting and David can immortalize you in electronic digits on our web site.

 

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SNAP Notes…

June is becoming a great month for SNAP! It began with hanging our 5th Annual Juried Exhibition at Gordon Jewish Community Center along with the revival of our “Push-Pin” show in the small gallery. Many thanks to Paul Polycarpou for judging the submissions, to Carrie Mills for curating and to Kay Ramming and Denny Adcock for organizing the Push-Pin show. Many thanks also go to David Morel for his yoeman efforts with graphics and promotion, and to Emily Passino  and Wesley Duffee-Brown for their organizational work and co-ordination of the submission process.

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Provence Call for Entries…

We’re on a roll!  On top of two outstanding exhibits at the JCC being seen this month, and a fantastic current exhibit at Provence on “Patterns” (where Monte Arnold has actually sold his excellent photograph), we’re ready to call for SNAP submissions for the next Provence SNAP Photography Show.  See details below

Theme: Photographs “inspired by the cinema.” Let your imagination roll with this one.  Images might be “about” movie goers, movie houses, actors, sets, scenes and the like. You might set out with the intention of shooting something inspired by a movie. Or, you might scroll through your portfolio and find images that you’ve already captured which are related to movies, movie themes, moods, scenes, messages, etc, etc.

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SNAP Notes…

IMPORTANT: NEW EVENT

Sunday, April 24 is World Wide Pin Hole Photography Day! Our guest speakers for our Aprilpinhole
26 SNAP meeting, Denny Adcock and Gerald Figal have organized a pin hole shoot as part of this event. Interested persons meet on Sunday at the Carillon at the Bicentennial Mall around 1pm. There should be adequate parking in that area. Denny has a pin hole Nikon body cap he can loan and Gerald has a couple of cameras. Gerald is also willing to process and scan B/W film.

For details you can contact him: gerald.figal@gmail.com This should be an informative and fun shoot, so if you are just beginning your pin hole journey or are an old China hand, be sure to turn out. “At the meeting we’ll talk about what we shot, with emphasis on the variety of things one can do with a pinhole camera, things not easily done with lens cameras.” http://pinholeday.org/

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Reception for SNAP Exhibit at Provence…

This Thursday evening, April 21st, Provence will host a reception for SNAP’s latest exhibit, “Patterns”. Come see the entire collection of images selected by our juror,  Noah Saterstrom. The reception will run from 5pm – 7pm at the Hillsboro Village venue.

Provence Breads and Café
1705 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN  37212

Parking is available behind the Cornerstone Credit Union located next door after 5:00pm.

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Next SNAP Show at Provence…

We’re excited to open the call for entries to next SNAP Photography Show to be held at Provence Bakery in Hillsboro Village in April. This show will have the theme:  “patterns“. Interpret this however your creative mind sees it – no restrictions on color, subject, processing or viewpoint.  The patterns may be natural or man-made, evoking rhythm and maybe a sense of harmony (or disharmony, if the pattern is broken).

This is open to SNAP members only —  easy to become a Snap Member just attend a meeting — and we encourage everyone to participate!

The show will be hung in early April, with an Artists Reception soon thereafter. Our juror is Noah Saterstrom, You can read more on his work at http://www.noahsaterstrom.com.

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SNAP Street Photography Exhibit at Provence

Our current and ongoing exhibit space at Provence Bakery is filled with street photography images. The images for the show were selected by our juror, street photographer Robert McCurley.