CMES Annual Photography Exhibit

CMES Annual Photography Exhibit

For the past thirty years, the UA Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) has organized and hosted an annual photography exhibit featuring images from the Middle East and North Africa taken by CMES friends, faculty, students, colleagues, local community members, and citizens of the world. Selected photos are enlarged, mounted, and displayed in the Center and remain on display throughout the year. This year CMES will also celebrate the new exhibit with an opening reception in late Spring 2022. Images may also be published on our website, social media, and selected for CMES advertising and promotional purposes.

“REVIVAL AND RENEWAL” PHOTO SUBMISSION

For the 31st annual exhibit “Revival and Renewal,” CMES seeks images that reflect transitional movements of change in Middle Eastern & North African societies. How, for example, have communities, cultures, and ecosystems evolved or transformed in the face of historic change? The “Revival and Renewal” exhibit is open to a wide variety of photogenic themes and subjects: people, celebrations, nature, animals and wildlife, art and architecture, and all creative expressions that you might consider. Things that give you hope! 
 
Submission Guidelines:
  1. All submissions must be made digitally.
  2. All entries must include this completed submission form.
  3. The submission limit is ten (10) images (digital files*) per person.
  4. We encourage submissions photographed with the consent of their subjects.
 
The deadline to submit photos is Wednesday, March 30th, 2022!

Click HERE for the 2022 photography exhibit submission paperwork - "Revival and Renewal"

Click HERE for the 2021 photography exhibit submission paperwork - "Compassion and Collaboration"

Click HERE for the 2020 photography exhibit submission paperwork - "Ordinary and Extraordinary." 

Click HERE for the 2019 photography exhibit submission paperwork- "Old and New"

Click HERE to see the call for photos for the 2018 photography exhibit - "ACTION!"

Click HERE to see photos of the 2015 photography exhibit reception.

 

 

 

 

 

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