Entries are open for the Adelaide Law School's annual photographic competition.
Events & Competitions
Here we share details of events, exhibitions, art prizes, competitions and more, from the photographic community in Adelaide and beyond.
Please exercise due diligence when entering competitions in particular. Always read the Terms & Conditions and ensure you understand them. CCP does not always have time to vet every competition and posting the details should not necessarily be considered an endorsement.
If you’re thinking about participating in SALA 2018 as an artist or venue you can add your details to our expression of interest listings so people can find you, or you can browse the lists to find a match.
The Print Center's ANNUAL International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest competitions in the United States. The Print Center is particularly interested in highlighting local, national and international artists who utilize photography and printmaking in new and intriguing ways, both in content and process.
The 4th annual LensCulture Street Photography Awards invite you to share your perspective on the world’s streets! We want to discover the finest photographers and their visions of life on the street from around the globe. Engage with the international photography community, show your work to our prestigious jury, and have your work seen by industry insiders as well as our audience of over 3 million
This year InCadaqués launches an Open Call that invites photographers from around the world to submit photographic projects that will be exhibited during the next edition of the International Photo Festival InCadaqués 2018. 15 projects will be selected and exhibited at the Sala de l'Amistat during the Festival.
The prize-winning photographers will be chosen for an exhibition at the photography gallery of The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. And Forrest Old, director of the Red Filter Gallery, will select a photographer for a one-person show at the online gallery.
Carve your future behind the lens.
Be part of Sydney's first immersive weekend of photography at the International Convention Centre Sydney on 28-29th April 2018.
The Viewpoint exhibition will see nine emerging South Australian artists showcase a range of talents including sculpture, painting, drawing and photography.
Artlab Australia’s conservators care for cultural heritage, working across five specialised laboratories. Learn how to pack your work for travel and storage in this practical demonstration presented by Artlab’s Senior Objects Conservator, Justin Gare. You’ll also be given an insight into the innovative techniques used in the preservation of the State’s collections as well as family treasures.
The SALA office is searching for a Program Coordinator to join the team. If you have experience working in visual arts, on a festival or major event and would like to be part of a small energetic team that delivers a high profile and much loved event, this is your opportunity to shine.
The ACC is touring Australia with its national seminar series: Understanding Copyright. With the team heading to Adelaide in just 4 weeks. South Australians, you won’t want to miss our comprehensive and in-depth lessons on copyright, including how this years amendments will affect you, your school or business.
Athens Photo Festival is accepting submissions for its 2018 exhibition program. The selected works will be exhibited from 6 June to 29 July 2018, at the Benaki Museum (Pireos St. Annexe), one of the most prestigious museums in Greece. The exhibition program will be comprised of a wide variety of works, selected through this international open call for submissions. The call is open to all genres of photography: from fine art to documentary and photojournalism, photo-based installations and videos. The Festival also welcomes submissions for its Photobook Show. To be eligible for inclusion in Festival programming, proposals must be submitted before 4 April, 2018.
The Focus on Story, International Photo Festival is looking for images that tell compelling stories in two categories:
- We want to see single images that explore the human condition, which allows for a broad interpretation of the emotions, struggles, conflicts and needs that shape human existence.
- We also want to see a series of up to 8 related images that tell the story of an individual or group struggle against challenges, whether they are natural, political or economic; shine a light on marginalized or disenfranchised segments of society; or bring attention to people, places, events or things that are making a positive difference in their communities, region or the world, in general.
Submission Deadline 4 April 2018
Each year, Aperture invites photographers from all backgrounds to submit work for consideration in our summer exhibition at Aperture Gallery. This year's call for entries is curated by some of New York's top photo editors: Siobhán Bohnacker, senior photo editor, The New Yorker; Marvin Orellana, photo editor, New York Magazine; Antwaun Sargent, independent writer and critic; and Brendan Wattenberg, managing editor, Aperture magazine.
Looking for support to pursue professional development and career enhancing opportunities, or create new work? The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund has a grant program that supports individuals working in the writing, publishing and visual arts sectors. They also offer career-sustaining Fellowships for established authors, visual artists, publishers and teachers.
Bridge time, gaps, cultures and differences, connecting between two adjacent elements and between the seemingly incompatible. The bridge of the nose, of a ship, of glasses, of a guitar, the bridge too far or too burnt, we will be bringing you our take on the word BRIDGE.
The Flagstaff Hill Art Show is one of the most prestigious and respected arts shows in SA and a cornerstone community event in the Onkaparinga Council area. The show has been running for 27 years and continues to attract artists from our local area, across the state as well as interstate.
Heartfelt is a volunteer organisation of professional photographers from all over Australia and New Zealand dedicated to giving the gift of photographic memories to families that have experienced stillbirths, premature births or have children with serious and terminal illnesses.
Gregory ackland, Marian DRew, Scott hicks, Mark kimber, CJ Taylor, LISA TOMASETTI & CANG XIN
Hill Smith Gallery presents a selection of contemporary Australian photography from the stockroom. A number of works are on display and others can be viewed on request. Contact the gallery for more information.
Our esteemed jurors are seeking compelling portraits from all over the world. Benefits include projection of your work at international festivals, written feedback, worldwide media coverage, and exposure to our audience of 2.8 million. Participate in our global photography community—enter today!