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Announcing NYWIFT's "Women Calling the Shots" Photography Exhibit - Call for Submissions
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In honor of our 40th Anniversary, we are excited to curate our very first NYWIFT photography exhibit! To celebrate our fantastic and diverse membership, we are inviting members to submit one high resolution photograph of themselves on the job, in action, doing what they do best! We also welcome photos of our members enjoying NYWIFT events.

We will select some of these submitted photographs to be exhibited at a gallery downtown during a NYWIFT event scheduled for late spring/early summer. Plus, all photographers selected for exhibition will be entered into a raffle to win six months of free NYWIFT membership!

We eagerly look forward to seeing your work!

The deadline for submission is April 1, 2018.


Submit your photo now via Submittable!

Please read the guidelines below before submitting your project.

2016 Muse Honorees Debi Mazar and<br>Mary-Louise Parker take a selfie!
2016 Muse Honorees Debi Mazar and
Mary-Louise Parker take a selfie!

Please include:

1)  Your name
2)  One high resolution photo. Either color or black & white is fine. PNG, TIFF, or JPG files only. 300 dpi or higher.
3)  Title or description of photo
4)  Year photo was taken
5)  Brief description of what you do in the industry
6)  Your contact info - email, phone

Submit your photo now via Submittable!

Please note: You may submit more than one photo for consideration, but please be selective. Note that you must fill out one submission form per photo.

Please do not email photos to the NYWIFT offices. Emailed submissions will be disregarded.

Submissions are open to NYWIFT members only.

Submit your photo now via Submittable!

 


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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts