The short & sweet version:
1. Join the World Cyanotype Day Facebook Group.
2. Prepare files as instructed below.
3. Email entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Be sure to put the NAME OF THE SHOW in the SUBJECT LINE.
5. Please include your image as an attachment to the email. Please do NOT embed your image in the body of your email. Please do not send your image via a third party app. *Images sent via a third party app will NOT be accepted.*
Our online exhibit of cyanotypes is open to all members of the World Cyanotype Day Facebook group. To join the group, click here.
ELIGIBILITY: WCD online exhibitions are open to all members of "World Cyanotype Day" Facebook group. Membership in the World Cyanotype Day Facebook group is required. Images must involve the cyanotype process in at least part of the process or product. Creativity is encouraged. Only one entry per member, per show, please.
THEME: This is our "MEMBERS SHOWCASE" show. There is no theme, but we do ask that submissions meet the same requirements as posted in our Facebook group.
IMAGE SIZE: 72 dpi, 1200 px on the long side is suggested, sRGB, File size must be under 2MB
IMAGE FORMAT: Save as .jpg Please do not submit .PNG or .TIFF files. They will not be published.
FILE NAMING: lastname_firstname_title.jpg Please do not use symbols or spaces in the file name.
SUBMIT: Email your entry to email@example.com Type the name of theshow in the subject line.
**For the first quarter show please type “Q1 Members Showcase 2024” in the subject line. **
Teachers may submit one image personally, and one per student. (Teachers - please send each entry in a separate email.)
In the body of the email, please include the following information in the order is it listed below. Please adhere to this format exactly:
Your Facebook profile name under which you joined the WCD Facebook group. (For verification only.)
Your name as you’d like it to appear in the online gallery.
Your location. You don't have to be specific.
The title of your piece in quotation marks.
A website link to your website. If you don't have a website, just leave this line blank.
Your profile name on your other social media accounts. No links. Please list accounts on separate lines.
A brief description of your process or inspiration.
Please include your image as an attachment to the email. Please do not embed the image in the body of the email. Please do not send a link to a third party file sharing service. Images submitted via a third party sharing service will not be published.
>>>>>Example: Please follow this example. Be sure to include the words 'Artist...Location...Website if you have one...appropriate social media abbreviations if desired...Title...& Description". If you would like to include social media links, please follow the abbreviated format listed in the example below.
FB Profile: db Dennis Waltrip
Artist: db Dennis Waltrip
Location: Gulf Coast, USA
FB: @kodachrome girl
Title: “Bluebird On My Shoulder”
Description: This piece is a collage of cyanotype photograms on cotton fabric, hand stitched to a re-purposed vintage tablecloth.
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 21,2024. Submissions received after the deadline will not be published.
ENTRY FEE: FREE!
SALES: WCD does not handle sales or communication of any kind between audience andartists, therefore it is important that you include your website or contact information forpotential customers.
COPYRIGHT: By submitting to Calls for Entry you guarantee that you are the creator of the work submitted and that you own the copyright. You also guarantee that permission to publish has been granted by any identifiable people in your image. The artist retains all copyrights and grants permission for any work published on WCD or our Facebook page to be used for educational & promotional purposes.
DISCLAIMER: While we recognize that nudes can be works of art, we respectfully request that participants NOT submitnudes to WCD exhibitions. Because of the educational nature of WCD website and our Facebook group, we expect that children may be a part of our online audience. WCD has the right to deny any entry deemed inappropriate.