2011 05 17 The Centre for Fine Art Photography; Food

The Competition




Founded in 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit organization supported by donations, grants, and memberships. With offices, classrooms, and two galleries in Fort Collins, Colorado, United States of America, the Center currently has more than 1,300 members representing 33 countries worldwide.

The Center provides:

  • Ongoing juried exhibitions of fine art photography by artists from around the world.
  • Educational programming and workshops taught by leading photographic artists and experienced industry professionals.
  • A facility where photographic artists can meet, learn and share ideas.
  • Support services and benefits for all members (click HERE for more information)


Food, in its most basic purpose provides the fundamentals of existence. The act of eating, and what one eats, is based upon many societal implications including location, resources, and access. For centuries, food has helped distinguish cultures and, on occasion, been the source of rituals. Photography has the ability to transform our vision of food graphically, politically, and culturally.


With selection for this exhibition, featured artist's work will be seen by an international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants, and other advocates of fine art photography. Each participant will be included in the Center's Main Gallery exhibition and Online Gallery exhibition. Exhibiting artists are encouraged to attend the Center's opening reception to participate in portfolio reviews with David Bram.

Entries are due by May 17 2011 and for further information please visit The Center for Fine Art Photography website.

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the Bill of Rights For Artists


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