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January 20

                         KEY DATES & INFORMATION

DEADLINE EXTENDED for Submissions:  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2023 (midnight). You may submit up to 3 images.

Notification of Acceptance: Artists whose work is chosen for inclusion in the exhibition will be notified by Wednesday, December 26.

Art Drop-Off: Tuesday, January 2, 2-4 pm & Wednesday, January 3, 2-4 pm

Exhibition Opens: January 6, 2024, 4-9 pm. The exhibition will remain open on Saturdays, January 13 and 20 from 12-5 pm. 

Exhibition Closes:  January 20, 2024 at 5 pm

Unsold Art Pick-Up: January 20, 4-5 pm and Monday, January 22, 2-4 pm

Sales & Commissions:  Any photo sales during the exhibition are subject to a 25% commission, which Steinfeld Gallery will retain to benefit and improve its operations.
For questions:
You may also call the Director of Steinfeld Gallery, Suzanne Sahakian at 313-506-8834.
'A New Year' Juried Photography Exhibition - Steinfeld Gallery
This call is for photographers only. For our first show of the New Year, we are presenting a photography exhibition, which will open January 6 for 1st Saturday ArtWalk.

Our juror is Joseph Labate, Emeritus Professor of Art in the School of Art at the University of Arizona. He was the Chair of Photography there from 1996 until 2014.  See his full bio below.

The title of the exhibition is 'A New Year,' but THERE IS NO SPECIFIC THEME. Submit your best photos.Your photos don't have to be new - they will most likely be new to those who get to view them!

                             Joseph Labate Bio  

Joseph Labate is an Emeritus Professor of Art in the School of Art at the  University of Arizona. He was the Chair of Photography from 1996 until 2014.  Labate has a B.S. in engineering from Clarkson University, a B.F.A. in photography  from Massachusetts College of Art and an M.F.A. in photography from the  University of Arizona. He makes his work in his studio in the Steinfeld Warehouse  in Tucson.  

Labate has practiced and taught most all forms of photography. This  includes working with analog and wet darkroom photography, archaic non-silver  photography, nearly all film and camera formats and was an early adapter of digital  photography. He was instrumental in updating the School of Art’s photography  program’s curriculum to include the digital medium. 

Labate is a recipient of a Visual Arts Fellowship from the Arizona Commission  on the Arts, an Artist’s Grant from the Contemporary Forum of the Phoenix Art  Museum and an Artist’s Grant from Polaroid of Tokyo, Japan. He has exhibited and  taught photography nationally and internationally. His work is in many private and  public collections including the Art Institute of Colorado, the Center for Creative  Photography, the City of Phoenix, The Museum of Texas Tech University, the Snell Wilmer Collection, the Streitch Lang Collection, the Tucson Museum of Art, the  University of Arizona, the Weeks Gallery, the Tusen Takk Foundation and  Roussenski Lom National Park in Bulgaria. Labate has done numerous national and  international artist residencies including collaborative residencies with Laura LaFave  at Playa in Oregon and most recently at Tusen Takk in Michigan.

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