Mobile Device Photography
Competition & Exhibit
Exhibit runs Aug 13-Sept 5
Awards Reception: Thu, Aug 14 | 5:30-7:30 pm
Meet the photographers and join us in the gallery for light refreshments.
Stay for a FREE 1-hour Introduction to iPhoneography class at 7:30.
Will be instructed by Rad Drew, internationally recognized iPhone photographer.
email@example.com or 715-9230.
The best camera you have is the one on you when something spectacular happens right before your eyes. That means nearly every person with a smart phone has a great camera as well.
We invite you to enter our first Mobile Device Photography Competition and Exhibit. You may have stunning photographs stored on your smart phone that you would like to share with our community – here is your opportunity! Please consider our invitation to submit them in one of the four categories listed below.
This juried photography competition and exhibit covers 4 categories:
- Youth (12 & under)
There will be awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, as well as a certificate of recognition for all entrants. This competition will be judged by a jury of photographers. Of course, we also invite you to come and appreciate the beauty of our first Phone Photography exhibit.
Download the official rules
Call for entries is closed. We look forward to
announcing the winners of the competition!
For more information, please contact
Lev Rothenberg Director of Arts & Education, at
A QUIET TIME | WORKS BY DOUGLAS DAVID
Exhibit runs Sept 11-Oct 24
Artist Reception: Thu, Sept 11 | 5:30-7:30 pm
Meet the artist and join us in the gallery for light refreshments. Artist will speak at 6 pm
“Using an impressionistic palette with a harmonious combination of colors, I use a fresh, loose style to capture the timeless, simple beauty of the things I love: peonies, lilacs, landscapes, cityscapes and seascapes,” says David. Natural beauty, warmth and depth… these are reflections of an artist who is enjoying his journey.
A graduate of Indiana University’s Herron School of Art, Douglas’ career has evolved from working in the field of advertising as a corporate creative director, to owning his own advertising and design firm, to where he is and wants to be today, painting full time.
His painting too, has evolved over the past 10 years, with his study of the classic approach to impressionistic painting with New York’s Frank Mason/New York Art Students League and his study of the principles of classic painting of the late artist Frank Vincent DuMond.
THE JEWISH/GERMAN DIALOGUE PROJECT
KAREN BALDNER & BJÖRN KRONDORFER
Exhibit runs Oct 29-Jan 2
Artist Reception: Wed, Oct 29 | 5-7 pm
Meet the artists and join us after the reception for a free program and conversation between the artists on how the two created art out of this meaningful dialogue