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Picturing Wilderness

Call for Photography

In celebration of the Gila Wilderness 100 anniversary, this call asks photographers to submit images about wilderness (does not have to be images from the Gila). All types of photography are welcome including Black and white, color, alternative processes, 3 dimensional, etc.

 Open to all photographers living in Grant County, New Mexico

 Each Photographer can display up to 2 images  16” x 20” (framed size) or smaller, or 1 larger piece. 

Exhibition Dates: March 1 – April 1
Reception Friday March 1, 5 – 7 pm
Work due to gallery (ready to hang) February 26th, noon – 3pm
$10 participation fee

Deadline to confirm participation: February 7th
Karen is available to view your images in advance to help wiht selection.

To participate contact Karen  karenhymer@gmail.com , (520) 240-7075

Disclaimer:
The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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We respectfully acknowledge that the entirety of southwestern New Mexico is the traditional territory, since time immemorial, of the Chis-Nde, also known as the people of the Chiricahua Apache Nation. The Chiricahua Apache Nation is recognized as a sovereign Native Nation by the United States in the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Friendship of 1 July 1852 (10 Stat. 979) (Treaty of Santa Fe ratified 23 March 1853 and proclaimed by President Franklin Pierce 25 March 1853).

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