Monday, June 16, 2008

Erie's Photomedia Center's 2008 Open Juried Exhibition entry deadline is June 28

Open to all artists internationally working in any photographic media - including collage, digital, traditional and alternative processes, and new media. There is no restriction on subject matter. Selected works will be exhibited at the Photomedia Center, fall 2008. The Photomedia Center will select one work as its Purchase Award, which will be added to its permanent collection. One artist from the show will be selected for a solo featured exhibit at the Photomedia Center during its 2009 season. Accepted works may be offered for sale by the artists during the show.

Artists may submit up to 10 pieces by CD only (no slides or prints) for consideration. Entry fee is $5 per image. Entry fees are waived entirely for current Photomedia Center members or you may become a member at the time of entry. Payment can be made by check, money order, or by credit card electronically via paypal.

The acceptable file formats should be either JPEG or TIFF only. Please label images clearly with the work's title or provide a separate list clearly referencing image titles by number. Files must be no larger than 800 pixels on the image's longest side at 72 ppi. Label the CD with your name.

Any questions regarding the show or entry process, please contact

All entries should be sent to:
Photomedia Center
P.O. Box 8518,
Erie, PA 16505, USA.

Absolutely no entries will be accepted via email. A completed application form is required and must be included with your submission. For notification, you must include either an email address or a self addressed, stamped envelope. If you wish the return of your CD, you must supply a self addressed, stamped envelope with proper return postage.

Today is Bloomsday. NY's Symphony Space will stream its festivities tonight.

The AP tells blogs to back off.

The Trib-Review takes a look at Erie Bluffs

Speaking of the Trib-Review, I'm pretty sure its a sign of the Apocalypse when a screaming liberal like me agrees with their wing-nut editorial page. It turns out that the thing that unites us is Mary Jo White's wrong-headed vote on the smoking ban.

This Pittsburgh area blogger also takes Senator White to task challenging her claims that there are already plenty of smoke free venues in Western PA.

The East Bay Express profiles the muxtape service.

Is it possible to have a crush on a piece of sporting equipment?

Free and Legal Downloads:
O'Death Live at Mohawk Place on May 18, 2008

Dismemberment Plan Live at Black Cat on April 28, 2007

Mission of Burma Live at Great Scott on January 20, 2008

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