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Call for Entries: Underwater South Australia photography exhibition

August 1, 2018 | Posted in: Uncategorized

Nature photographer and Marine Life Society of SA member Dan Monceaux and his equally creative wife Emma (Force of Nature) are seeking submissions of existing photographic works to showcase underwater South Australia. Submissions will be considered for a forthcoming group exhibition intended to celebrate the state’s spectacular marine and aquatic biodiversity.

While venue and timing details are yet to be confirmed, the proposed exhibition is expected to feature roughly 20 works from a dozen or more contributors, and will be displayed no sooner than Q4 2018.

Interested photographers of all experience levels are invited to provide a selection of up to 6 photographic works for the curators’ consideration. While membership of the Marine Life Society of South Australia is encouraged, it is not a requirement for participation.

Submissions will be considered on their own merits and collectively against the exhibition’s objectives. They should reflect diversity of subjects (both common and rare), locations and artistic and technical merit. All images must have been captured or recorded in South Australian waters (marine or fresh).

It is hoped that the exhibition will serve as a celebration for those already exploring and photographing South Australia underwater, while introducing the wider public to the many destinations and subjects that make snorkeling and diving here such a pleasure.

There are no entry fees payable, but the cost for printing selected images is to be borne by the photographer.

Submissions close midnight 17 August 2018.

To enter, visit the Force of Nature website.

 

Established in 1976, the Marine Life Society of South Australia Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to understanding, promoting and conserving South Australia's marine biodiversity. Many of the articles found on this blog were originally published in the Society's monthly newsletters or annual journals.

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