Calling all photographers!
Did you know Earth Day is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this April? Submit your photos of our dynamic planet to be part of a public exhibition on display at Bethel Woods this year.
Over 20 photographers will be selected to be part of this public exhibition at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts throughout the year. All selected photographers will be invited to attend the exhibit opening event with potential to receive a travel stipend. Additionally, six photographers will be selected as Juror’s Picks, and will receive an online feature.
The deadline for submission is 11:59 p.m. PST on March 11, 2020. The contest is open to professional and amateur US and international photographers. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age as of the date of entry. UPI staff, judges, and their families are not eligible to enter the Contest. CONTEST IS VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Only original photos will be considered.
Alyssa Adams, Co-Founder & Exec. Director, The Eddie Adams Workshop
Ruth Fremson, Photographer, The New York Times
Kelby Hochreither, student of photography, Bethel Woods program alumnus
Elliott Landy, Rock music photographer & Woodstock alumnus
Jan Nagle, Program Manager, CPW: Center for Photography at Woodstock
20–30 photographers will be selected to be part of a public exhibition at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in summer 2020. All selected photographers will be invited to join us for the opening event. Travel support may be available, on a case by case basis.
Additionally, 6 photographers will be selected as Juror’s Picks, and will receive an online feature.
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a nonprofit cultural organization, located at the National Register Historic Site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, NY. Located just 90 miles from New York City on a lush campus featuring bucolic countryside views, the Center is comprised of the Pavilion Stage amphitheater that accommodates 15,000, an intimate 440-seat indoor Event Gallery, and the award-winning Museum at Bethel Woods. The Center offers a diverse selection of popular artists, culturally-rich performances, and educational, community, and museum programs committed to inspiring expression, creativity and innovation through the arts. Bethel Woods is exemplary in its efforts to engage, inspire and advocate for the accessibility of the arts for all ages and to connect with community partners to broaden programmatic reach and to strengthen support and resources for its activities. The Museum at Bethel Woods is dedicated to the study and exhibition of the social, political and cultural events of the 1960s, including the Woodstock festival, and the legacies of those times, as well as the preservation of the 1969 Woodstock festival site. For more information, please visit: www.BethelWoodsCenter.org