SNAP Meeting

SNAP Meeting Night Change!

Hey SNAP friends, it’s a good thing flexibility IS our middle name.  Tamara Reynolds called to figure out how she could still do our juror critique while also making it to a lecture series she’s also doing with 7 other photographers at Watkins that very night.  We quickly realized that this would be impossible :).

 Looking at her calendar as well as the availability of the community room at TECA, we settled on this solution:  we will just meet a week early, on Tuesday September 18th.  

By the way, the evening lecture that Tamara is doing on the 25th is associated with that great show at Watkins,, so some of us may be able to do this also.  Bonus!

New revised REVISED calendar is below:

Sept 18, a week earlier than usual 6:30 – 8:00 Regular SNAP Meeting,

Tamara Reynolds with juror critique of JCC show

We will once again be at our new home, the community room at the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association. Address:  2964 Sidco Drive, Nashville, TN 37204.  Park out front in visitor’s lot, or around to the side/back where the TECA has private parking which is okay after 5:30.  Entrance to the building is at the front, at the visitor’s lot. Avoid any parking spots with the neighbor design company’s signs.

Oct 23 6:30 – 8:00 Regular SNAP Meeting.

Roundtable discussion on portraits, led by Stefan Engstrom and featuring David Morel, Monte Arnold, Aisha Kaikai, Bill Lund and Sai Mallula

Nov 27 No SNAP Meeting
Dec 10 6:30 – 8:00 Holiday Gathering, TECA – more details later, but will include our traditional Dirty Santa photo swap, as well as potluck food and beverages.
Call for Submissions SNAP Exhibit

Call for SNAP Submissions – 2018|Annual JCC Show

Call for SNAP Submissions – 2018|Annual JCC Show

SNAP would like to invite each of you to submit entries for our annual JCC show, to be held at the Gordon Jewish Community Center ( on Percy Warner Blvd during the month of September. See more about eligibility below.  This has traditionally been the major exhibition for SNAP each year, so we want to encourage everyone to participate.


Theme: There is no “theme” for this show, but the JCC can reject photos with images of full frontal nudity, violent subject matter, and religious symbolism. They are looking for “family friendly” images. Past shows have highlighted a broad variety of subjects and styles. For this show, the juror will be looking for photography that might be called “straight photography,” shot more from the heart than from the head.