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Call for Entries “Ten Years After Nine Eleven”

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As the world approaches the tenth anniversary of that cataclysmic event, SDN invites photographers from around the world to submit photographic essays offering us glimpses of the visual landscape of the 21st century.

Theme: "Visual Landscape"

Try to show how the world has changed after 10 September 2001 due to political, technological, economic, cultural reasons. What does this new century look like and feel like? What new visual metaphors will help us to understand this landscape? Does still photography continue to offer meaningful insights into our world, and, if so, how?

Prizes:

  • One First Place:
    • A $1,000 cash prize.
    • Exhibition of their work in a group show with other winners at powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, NY, from August 20, 2011 through September 16, 2011.
    • A featured exhibit on the SDN home page for two weeks and featured in email spotlights.
    • Five copies of exhibition catalog. 
  • Three Honorable Mentions:
    • Exhibition of their work in a group show with other winners at powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, NY, from August 20, 2011 through September 16, 2011.
    • Featured exhibits on the website of SocialDocumentary.net for two weeks and in email spotlights.
    • Two copies of exhibition catalog. 
    • One of the following: 1) Adobe Photoshop CS5, 2) Adobe Lightroom, 3) $200 gift certificate
  • The People’s Choice Awards, based on total number of viewers to a competition entry.
    • Winning work featured on the website of SocialDocumentary.net for two weeks and in email spotlights.
    • Two copies of exhibition catalog.

All entries must have between 6 and 36 photographs related to the theme of the Call for Entries, have an abstract to provide context (150 words maximum) and captions to accompany the photographs. Winners will be announced: June 27, 2011.

Official website: www.socialdocumentary.net/promotions.php

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