Undergraduate Photography Now is celebrating its sixth call for artists! Since its inception, the goal has been to promote and showcase some of the best college juniors and seniors enrolled in a photography program in New England.
This call for artists is two-fold: an exhibition at the Griffin Museum of photography in December of 2017, and the opportunity to participate in a private portfolio walk with some of New England's best photography professionals at gallery kayafas. our exhibition event will also be the final exhibition as part of this year's Flashpoint Festival.
We are accepting portfolio ready work from students in all 6 New England States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and vermont. All students submissions will be considered for both the portfolio walk and the exhibition and accepted artists will be instructed as to what they have qualified for.
This call is open t0 All New England based Junior and senior photography students.
This event is also open to all second year associates degree students.
THIS CALL IS NOW CLOSED.
This Year's jurors:
is a lapsed photographer, who now works on the other side of the camera at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where he is a curatorial research associate for the photography collection. He received his undergrad in photography from the School of Visual Arts and master’s in museum studies from Harvard Extension. Today he can be found at the Museum hosting study room visits and giving gallery talks, or at home making pie and salsa.
is the founder of Undergraduate Photography Now, as well as an artist, photography professor and independent curator based in Boston, Massachusetts. She received an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Studio Art from Clark University, and an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has acted as the Curator for the Desotorow Gallery in Savannah, GA and was the Regional Coordinator for the Flash Forward Festival on behalf of the Magenta Foundation. Muldowney currently teaches at Boston College, Boston University and Lesley University College of Art and Design.
Her work has been exhibited and published Nationally and Internationally. She is also the recipient of the 2013 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship and a PDN 30 Photographer to watch for 2014.