“Stories” Photography Exhibition

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Grayscale Photography ExhibitionStories connect us, they help us understand ourselves and others. Storytelling is a powerful means of expression and communication. We are excited to explore the tales in your photography. Submit your best conceptual photography today to be considered for this group exhibition!

At least 26 images will be selected by the juror for exhibition at Decode Gallery. The gallery handles all printing for accepted photographers for free

EXHIBITION DATES: March 11 – Apr 1 2023

Online submission of digital images via the website.

Photographers will be notified by email of acceptance on Jan 23.

High Resolution JPGS will be due two days after acceptance email. Gallery opening will be on November 12th.


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