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Every year, the Morris Graves Museum of Art is honored to host juried exhibitions of artwork from the Humboldt community and from around the world. Browse our open calls for entries below to find out how to submit your artwork to an upcoming juried exhibition!
27th Annual Images of Water Photography Competition & Exhibition
Call for Entries Now Available
Exhibition Dates: April 28th- June 3, 2018
Entry Deadline: Wednesday, April 25th, Noon-5p.m.
The Humboldt Arts Council is pleased to announce that it is reviving the well-loved Images of Water Photography Competition & Exhibition. The 27th Annual Images of Water Photography Competition & Exhibition is open to all photographers. Submissions will be accepted by mail and in person on Wednesday, April 25, Noon-5p.m. at the Morris Graves Museum of Art. The juror for the 27th Annual Images of Water is Aldaron Laird.
Aldaron Laird, has been a photographer most of his life. While at HSU from 1975 to 1978, Aldaron studied under Tom Knight and has always enjoyed landscape photography. Professionally, Aldaron has been an environmental planner for 28 years working on projects which enhance riverine and estuarine ecosystems, conducting historical research to document how our rivers and bays have changed over the last 160 years, and most recently as a sea level rise adaptation planner.
Aldaron has extensively explored Humboldt Bay, its history, land use, ecology, and recently its future as we and the Bay adapt to sea level rise. In 2013, Aldaron completed a comprehensive inventory and mapping of Humboldt Bay’s shoreline. In order to ground truth his mapping, Aldaron walked or kayaked the entire shoreline of Humboldt Bay. Aldaron’s shoreline exploration provided him a unique opportunity to document all 102 miles of shoreline, amassing over 15,000 photographic images.
Water has been a central theme in Aldaron’s life, in his professional work, as president of the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, as our representative on the Board of the Association of California Water Agencies, and as a photographer and kayaker.
Water is a magical element, providing us with endless image making opportunities.
Please visit this link to print out the entry paperwork.
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