Hi Photographers, submissions are now being accepted for the second photography pop-up show until July 22!
FMoPA Pop Up Show are short, three-day, exhibition of photos taken by members. This page is dedicate FMoPA
Hi Photographers, submissions are now being accepted for the second photography pop-up show until July 22!
Calling all photographers! The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is now accepting submissions for our first Members POP UP Photography Show.
Museum members may submit up to 5 photos by March 23, 2022 at 5 p.m. The show will run from Friday, April 22 until Sunday April 24, 2022. This is an open call with no defined categories. A member selection committee will choose 12 images, from all images submitted, to be placed on easels on the third floor meeting space. Members whose images are selected will be notified on March 29, 2022 to allow time for printing and framing (NO GLASS will be accepted due to safety concerns.) Photos will also be accepted with a simple mat in lieu of a frame.
To participate in the show, each artist must already be a member of the museum or sign up for a membership at the time of the exhibition. To submit, please prepare a pdf document as outlined below and email it to [email protected]
Name the pdf document PopUp422_firstname_lastname example: POPUP422_John_Doe.pdf
• the contents of the pdf document should include
- First Name, Last Name
- email address
- Telephone number (optional)
- 1- 5 images with title visible on the page . A few sentences about your image may also be included if desired. A separate page for each image is preferred but not required
The pdf should not exceed 10mb
If one or more of your images are selected you will be instructed to drop off the prepared image/s at the museum Thursday April, 21, 2022 12-5p.m. or Friday, April 22, 2022 12-2p.m. Framed or mated photos should not exceed 55 inches total
(length + height)
You will be requested to pick up your image/s on Sunday, April 24, 2022 4-5 p.m. or Monday, April 25, 2022 12-5 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE: we realize these are short time frames for drop off and pick up. Please be considerate of other members and do not submit images if you are unable to deliver and pick up during these days and times. THANK YOU
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Congratulation to the winners of the 16th FMoPA Annual Members' Show!
CATEGORY: STILL LIFE
1st place- Joyce P. Lopez, Still Life with Carrots
2nd Place- Jayne Eikman, Adieu
3rd Place- Ron Giovannelli, Sharing Nature
CATEGORY: PEOPLE / PORTRAITURE
1st place- Terri Gross, Princess
2nd place- Michael Trefry, A Perfect Body
3rd place- Michael Sheenan, The Milkmaid
CATEGORY: LANDSCAPE / CITYSCAPE / DRONE:
1st place- Jim Miller, Tree of Life
2nd place- Veronica Stewart, Trinidad, Cuba: Una Ciudad de Color
3rd place- Christopher Wharton, Stop
1st place- Koufas-Eisbacher, Into the Heat
2nd place- Mark Davis, Voodoo Door
3rd place- Jose Ney Mila Espinosa, Untitled
1st place- Agatha Whitechapel, Photo-Collage
2nd place- Koufas-Eisbacher, A Summer’s Evening… with Friends
3rd place- Susan Grzybowski, River Delta
CATEGORY: BEST IN SHOW
Jim Miller, Tree of Life
CATEGORY: MEMBER’S CHOICE
Leah Callahan, In a World of His Own
Submission / Drop off period: May 1st – July 24th
Installation: July 25th – 28th
Award Ceremony: August 5th @ 5:00 pm
Show closes September 30th
Last Call for Entries: FMoPA Members' Show 2016!
Call for Entries: FMoPA Members Show 2016
The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA) is pleased to announce the forthcoming submission period for the annual FMoPA Members Show. From May 1st through July 24, 2016, members of the museum are invited to submit up to one physical and one electronic photograph for inclusion in the show. Entries must be original works produced by the submitting member using photographic methods. Entries will be judged by both members and a select panel for the Members’ Choice and Best in Show awards, respectively. This year’s Members Show will be on view in the FMoPA Community Gallery from August 5th to September 30, 2016.
Congratulations, Melissa Lyttle! She was one of our judges for the 2015 Members' Show!
Melissa Lyttle Elected NPPA President https://nppa.org/node/73041
Congratulations to the winners of the 15th Annual Members' Show!
Images coming soon!
*David Williams - Best of Show
*Agatha Whitechapel - Digital
*Americo Gonzalvo - Travel
*Leanna Sutton - Portraiture
*Don Burke - Nature/Landscape
*Latrenia Bryant - Documentary
*Jim Swallow - Creative Mediums
*James Graves - Conceptual -
*Dale Leifeste - Architecture & Members’ Choice
Tonight's the night! Find out who won at 6:30 p.m.!
We just picked up some gift certificates from Four Corners Framing for the Best of Show and Members' Choice winners! We'll be announcing the category winners at 6:30p and then the Members' Choice will be tallied and announced after the 7p artist talk.
We judged today! The top secret results will be announced at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, August 7th!
Meet the judges: Alex McKnight
Alex McKnight specializes in editorial, corporate and advertising photography.
Based in the Tampa Bay area, his love of people and their stories led him to focus on editorial and corporate work. His innate ability to coax his subjects creates powerful images from a single location in a limited time. From busy CEOs to the everyday worker, he utilizes whatever environment he is in to its best advantage creating striking imagery.
Alex has been a teacher, advocate and mentor within his field and received recognition from the Addys, Clio and Print awards, as well as grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and Getty images.
Currently, he is the President of American Society of Media Photographers - Greater Florida Chapter (ASMP.org) and a member of The Chair’s Circle of pARTners of the Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture & the Arts (TBBCA.org)
Meet the judges: Melissa Lyttle
Melissa Lyttle loves chasing light and moments, both big and small. But more than that, she is committed to documenting the lives of people in her community and telling their stories in new and interesting ways.
Lyttle's work has been recognized by UNICEF, the Casey Medals for Meritorious Journalism, POYi, the NPPA's Best of Photojournalism, the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, the Southern Short Course and the Alexia Foundation.
She was a student at the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2001 and has been honored to return for the last 12 years as a member staff. There, she has mowed the grass, documented everything in sight as workshop photographer and coached a team of 10 students, helping them find and develop story ideas. She did all of that just to give back and further the photo community.
In 2001, she started APhotoADay, an online listerv, so photographers could share pictures and have conversations with colleagues around the globe. Today, the site has over 2,500 members and is the foundation for an annual meeting that draws renowned speakers and attendees. Her work with APhotoADay has brought together a like-minded, supportive community within a larger community that's spread out and divided by interests, egos and geography.
Lyttle is a Floridian, through-and-through. Born in Tampa and raised in Jacksonville, she went to the University of Florida in Gainesville and got her first job in Fort Lauderdale at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. In 2005, she was hired by the St. Petersburg Times (now the Tampa Bay Times), where she was lucky enough to work on everything from long-term documentary projects to breaking news to the “Dispatches from Next Door” series, all with an emphasis on the community she serves. She left the paper in late 2014, and is now freelancing and working on personal projects from her home base in St. Petersburg.
Meet the judges: Megan Voeller
Megan Voeller is an art critic, curator and museum educator based in Tampa, Florida. She has written more than 250 exhibition reviews and feature stories for Creative Loafing as the weekly newspaper's visual art critic. As Associate Curator and Art In Health Program Director at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Voeller curates exhibitions (A Family Affair, 2015; Making Sense: Rochelle Feinstein, Deborah Grant, Iva Gueorguieva, Dona Nelson, 2014, co-curated with director Margaret Miller) and educational programs including a series of observation training workshops for students in healthcare professions. She also co-hosts WEDU Arts Plus, a public television program produced by PBS affiliate WEDU. Voeller holds a BA in studio art from Williams College, an MA in media studies from the New School and an MA in art history from the University of South Florida.
The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is pleased to announce the forthcoming submission period for the annual FMoPA Members’ Show. From July 1, 2015 through July 31, 2015, members of the museum are invited to submit up to one physical and one digital photograph for inclusion in the show. Entries must be original works produced by the submitting member using either traditional or digital photographic methods.
This year’s Members’ Show will be on view in the FMoPA Community Gallery on August 7, 2015 through August 28, 2015.
Please see the detailed submission guidelines on our website: fmopa.org or membersshow.fmopa.org
Image: 2012 - Best in Digital: Mr. Quantum Singularity by Bob Dein
Information on dropoff dates and times for the 2015 Members' Show can be found on the show's website: http://membersshow.fmopa.org/?page_id=4
Monday: 11 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Tuesdays: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Wednesdays: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursdays: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Fridays: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Saturdays: Noon – 5:00 p.m. Sundays: Noon – 5:00 p.m.
The 15th Annual Members' Show is coming soon! Time to prepare your images! The opening reception will be Friday, August 7, 2015!
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The entries are up on the walls and the judges have judged! We'll see you tomorrow evening to announce the winners!
We have prizes this year from North Tampa Photo, KelbyOne, and Gutcher's Printing!
Call for Artists! It's time to enter the FMoPA Members' Show! Find everything you need to know here: http://membersshow.fmopa.org/
You can drop off your entries every day during museum hours from now through Friday, June 6th. The opening party is Sunday, June 8th. Hope to see you there!
We have an updated address for the Members' Show: http://membersshow.fmopa.org
Meet Selina Roman, photographer and one of our three judges for the 14th Annual Members' Show!
Selina Roman was born in Florida in 1978. Trained as a print journalist, Roman ferreted out stories of injustice in marginalized communities such as migrant farm workers and the poor. After working in journalism, Roman spent five years in Miami, where she immersed herself in the city’s fashion industry where she shot fashion campaigns for a local designer and honed her personal photographic style that mixed elements of fashion and reportage. Roman received her Masters of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Florida in 2013. Her work, which questions ideas of perception, power, protection and femininity, is in numerous private collections and has been shown nationally and internationally.
Meet Sabrina Hughes, Curatorial Assistant at the Museum of Fine Arts and one of our judges for the 14th Annual Members' Show!
Ms. Hughes has curated several popular photography exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL, including Pleasure Grounds and Restoring Spaces—Photographs of our National Parks and Picturing a New Society: Photographs from the Soviet Union 1920s-1980s. She was the co-curator of Forever in a Moment: Nineteenth-Century Photographs of Egypt and Sitter and Subject in Nineteenth-Century Photography.
She has taught courses in the history of photography, as well as many other subjects, at the Art Institute of Tampa and the University of South Florida, Tampa, where she received her BA in humanities and her MA in art history. She received the USF Outstanding Thesis Award in 2009-2010. As an intern at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., she conducted research for Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris, now on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York until May 4. Her scholarly article, “Imag(in)ing Paris for Posterity,” will appear in a forthcoming issue of Future Anterior, Columbia University’s architecture journal.
Meet Adam Justice, Curator of Art at the Polk Museum of Art and one of our judges for the 14th Annual Members' Show!
Adam Justice is a Virginia native who has nearly ten years of curatorial experience. In 2010, Justice moved to Lakeland, FL to become the Curator of Art at Polk Museum of Art and an adjunct instructor in Art History at Florida Southern College. Previously, he served as Chief Curator at the William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, VA. He received a B.A. in Art History/Museum Studies from Radford University (Radford, VA) and an M.A. in Art History at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond after defense of his thesis titled Pop Art: A Case for Hyperreality and Revised Semiotics. As curator, Justice has conceived and contributed written essay for several exhibitions of work by contemporary photographers including Maggie Taylor (Gainesville, FL), Louviere+Vanessa (New Orleans, LA), Joshua Mann Pailet (New Orleans), and Jessica Lange (Santa Monica, CA). Additionally, he has been instrumental is acquiring major photographs for the Polk Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection by such modern and contemporary photographers as Dianora Niccolini, Jerry Uelsmann, William John Kennedy, Ansel Adams, André Kertész, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Birney Imes, Jessica Lange, Yousuf Karsh, and Louviere+Vanessa. In 2012, Justice was invited and served as an official portfolio reviewer during PhotoNOLA in New Orleans.
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Congratulations to Mark Moberg for winning Best of Show in our 13th Annual Members' Show! His entry was entitled "Melancholy Rain."
The Members' Show is currently on display in FMoPA's Community Gallery until Sunday, July 28th!
Phew! The show is up! We'll see you at the opening reception on Sunday!
Today's the last day to enter the show! Bring your entries!
We're adding prizes every day! Gutcher's Printing, Reedy Photoprocess, Camera Cure and North Tampa Photo are all donating prizes to the winners!
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