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Calling all Bay Area Photographers! Take Me Away

Calling all Bay Area Photographers! Take Me Away

Calling all Bay Area Photographers! Take Me Away

Call for Photography Submissions
Take Me Away A juried exhibition presented by

David Gardner, Dry Camping

The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries and PhotoAlliance are inviting submissions
of photography that depict images of escape and escapism. When you step away from
your day-to-day, where do you go? Where do you escape or where do you dream of escaping?
It could be somewhere just around the corner, or beyond the city limits. Or maybe
your escape is a fantastical place that manifests in your mind or in virtual space?
We’re interested in knowing where you go, or would like to go, and are calling for
images that will also inspire viewers to consider their own relationship with escapism.

The exhibition will highlight the works of three “featured” artists: David Gardner,
Rebecca Horne, and Alice Shaw alongside 40 – 60 works that will be selected as a
result of this call for submissions.

Exhibition Dates: January 30 – May 10, 2013

Location: SFAC Galleries, San Francisco City Hall

Submissions Due: Saturday, December 14, 6pm

Submissions Due: Must be received by Saturday, December 14 by 6pm. No late entries
will be accepted under any circumstance.Submission materials will not be returned.

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December 18: Jury panel meets to make decisions

January 17-19: Artists deliver artwork

January 30: Opening reception at City Hall, 5:30 – 7:30pm

May 10: Exhibition closes

May 16-18: Artists pick-up artwork

Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center, the San Francisco Arts Commission
Galleries make contemporary art accessible to broad audiences through curated exhibitions
that both reflect our regional diversity and position Bay Area visual art production
within an international contemporary art landscape. By commissioning new works,
collaborating with arts and community organizations and supporting artist’s projects,
the SFAC Galleries’ programs provide new and challenging opportunities for contemporary
art to engage with a civic dialogue. The SFAC Galleries were founded in 1970 and
are the exhibitions program of the San Francisco Arts Commission, the arts agency
of the City and County of San Francisco.

The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries:

The Main Gallery at 401 Van Ness, open Wednesday through Saturday, 12-5pm

The Window Site at 155 Grove St, viewable 24/7

Art at City Hall, open Monday through Friday, 8am-8pm

Join the Galleries on

Call for Photography SubmissionsTake Me Away A juried exhibition presented by SFAC Galleries and PhotoAlliance

The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries and PhotoAlliance are inviting submissions of photography that depict images of escape and escapism. When you step away from your day-to-day, where do you go? Where do you escape or where do you dream of escaping?  It could be somewhere just around the corner, or beyond the city limits. Or maybe your escape is a fantastical place that manifests in your mind or in virtual space? We’re interested in knowing where you go, or would like to go, and are calling for images that will also inspire viewers to consider their own relationship with escapism.

The exhibition will highlight the works of three “featured” artists: David Gardner, Rebecca Horne, and Alice Shaw alongside 40 – 60 works that will be selected as a result of this call for submissions.

Exhibition: Take Me Away

Submissions Due: Must be received by Saturday, December 14 by 6pm. No late entries will be accepted under any circumstance.Submission materials will not be returned.

December 18:    Jury panel meets to make decisions
January 17-19:  Artists deliver artwork
January 30:       Opening reception at City Hall, 5:30 – 7:30pm
May 10:             Exhibition closes
May 16-18:        Artists pick-up artwork
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center, the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries make contemporary art accessible to broad audiences through curated exhibitions that both reflect our regional diversity and position Bay Area visual art production within an international contemporary art landscape. By commissioning new works, collaborating with arts and community organizations and supporting artist’s projects, the SFAC Galleries’ programs provide new and challenging opportunities for contemporary art to engage with a civic dialogue. The SFAC Galleries were founded in 1970 and are the exhibitions program of the San Francisco Arts Commission, the arts agency of the City and County of San Francisco. The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries: The Main Gallery at 401 Van Ness, open Wednesday through Saturday, 12-5pm The Window Site at 155 Grove St, viewable 24/7 Art at City Hall, open Monday through Friday, 8am-8pm  San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries:sfartscommission.org/gallery  Join the Galleries onFacebook 

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