Human Nature, International Photography Exhibition
Month long International Photography Exhibition. Free to submit
- Deadline: 21 July 2023
- Entry fee: Free to submit, if selected there is a £48 participation fee
- Website: https://www.glasgowgalleryofphotography.com/human-nature
The Glasgow Gallery of Photography is running a month long exhibition in November called Human Nature. Whether it be positive or not, we want to see images that you feel really captures Human Nature in whatever way you interperate that phrase to mean. The love and joy felt with family and friends, or the grief when parted from them, or it could be the impact humans have on the planet around them, the theme is open for you to interperate how you like.
Human Nature is an open call for photographers to submit up to 8 images that meet the theme Human Nature.
Photographers who are selected will have their work displayed in a month long exhibition in our gallery, with their work also appearing online in an online gallery on our website.
Those selected will have their work exhibited at The Glasgow Gallery of Photography for one month. They will also have their work displayed in an online gallery on The Glasgow Gallery of Photography's website. All those selected for the exhibition will also recieve a digital certificate of participation and be in with a chance of being named Photographer of the month.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
The copyright of the Works during and after the exhibition remains with the Artist.
GGOP does not have the right to make use of or bestow the high definition files or the prints of the Works that will be used for the realization of the exhibition.
The royalties of the Works are not bestowed to The GGOP at any time. The copyright of the Works remains in the creators and in them alone.
Artists grant GGOP the right to use their images to promote the exhibition, for display GGOP webpage and for inclusion On Instagram, twitter and facebook.
The GGOP reserves the right to print your image in a size and on paper type to a style in keeping of the exhibition it is entered into.