While some traditional forms of photography utilize a literal layer of silver suspended in gelatin, other artistic practices pursue this lightness through more metaphoric channels, and still other approaches have art-making centered as the silver lining itself. 2020 was a struggle for many, and as the pandemic continues, we invite you to share the photographs you’ve made as a silver lining. The last months having been characterized largely by great uncertainty, more and more becomes clear as it comes to light. We know too that for some there is no “silver lining”, and invite you to share that perspective as well. All accepted artwork will be displayed as reproductions along the fence line of the Rawson Woods Bird Preserve in the Clifton neighborhood, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Artists will not be required to provide physical versions of their accepted artwork. All submitted photographs are required to be high-res.
All two-dimensional photographic processes are welcome. The exhibition will be juried by CCAC staff & board. Images will be printed and hung by CCAC at CCAC’s expense.
To submit works for consideration, e-mail the photos and information to firstname.lastname@example.org
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