Earlier, we blogged about JBG's Jeffrey Teuton and Jen Bekman jurying a fellowship competition at the Houston Center for Photography. For those of you who thought about entering or didn't see the original post, here is your second chance!
The new deadline for submissions is next Friday, November 12th. Again, the competition is open to photographers from around the world. One artist from within 100 miles of the Houston area will recieve the $2,000 Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship, and one artist from outside of the Houston area will recieve the $2,000 HCP Fellowship. Both Fellows will hold a solo exhibition at the HCP in he summer of 2011.
From the HCP website:
RULES FOR ENTRY: Participants must be or become HCP members at the time of submission. Artists must submit a proposal for the Fellowship project, outlining its conceptual objective(s) and intended outcome(s). The proposal must not exceed 500 words in length. Acceptance will be based on the unified body of work by each artist rather than on individual images. Preference will be given to new work or work created within the last two (2) years that has not been widely exhibited in the Houston area. A maximum of 10 digital image files (jpeg, 72-300ppi, no larger than 2100 x 2100 pixels), moving image files (maximum of 5 minutes in length) are acceptable. No slides, please. All files must be titled with a number corresponding to the entry form, your last name, title of work, and year of completion. For emailed submissions, the maximum size for total entry should not exceed 8MB. There is a $5 additional charge per image/data file for submissions that exceed 5 images.
Hand-delivered entries may be brought to HCP during regular gallery hours: Wed, Fri 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Thurs 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat - Sun 12 - 6 p.m. Participants must include a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) with submission if you require the return of CDs or DVDs. E-mailed submissions are welcome; send to email@example.com.