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2301 Bull Street
Savannah, GA, 31401
United States

9122317105

Sulfur Studios provides affordable studio, exhibition and event space to Savannah's creative community.  

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Alternative To What? 

Broadening the Definition of Photography

In the 1970’s, the term “alt process” emerged, which referred to a resurgence in the practice of numerous photographic processes other than the traditional darkroom-based print.  Since digital methods have become mainstream, what does “alt process” mean now?  Sulfur Studios is seeking submissions that explore creative capture or output of photographic imagery.  Examples may include non-silver processes, pinhole camera imagery, darkroom-based manipulation, photographic mixed media, and new approaches to digital-based output.

All work must be shipped or hand delivered to the gallery by March 19th, 2018.  Delivery to and from Sulfur Studios is the responsibility of the Artist. Work must arrive ready to display, and cannot be larger than 7 feet in height, 75 pounds in weight, and must fit through a standard doorway.

Work does not have to be for sale, however all sales will be handled by Sulfur Studios and a 30% commission will be retained by the gallery.  Work will be handled with care, but all art is exhibited at the artist’s risk. 

There is a $15.00 submission fee to enter up to 3 pieces. Additional work can be submitted if an additional entry fee is paid.

Entries will be juried by a committee of Sulfur Studios members with special guest Juror Bridget Conn.

Important Dates:

Entries Due: February 23rd, 2018 at 11:59pm

Artist Notification: February 27, 2018

Work Delivered at the Gallery: March 5th - March 19th, 2018

Exhibition Runs: March 22nd - April 1st, 2018

Closing Reception: Opening Reception Friday, March 23rd, 2018 6-9pm

Juror's Talk: Saturday, March 24th

Unsold work returned: Week of April 2nd, 2018

To Apply:

1. Use the link to below to pay your entry fee.  The $15.00 fee is for up to 3 entries.  Do not change the quantity unless you are submitting more than 3 works.

2. Send an email to exhibitions@sulfurstudios.org with your images as attachments.  You may submit one full and one detail shot for each entry, for a total of 6 images per entry fee.  In the body of the email, or as a separate attachment, please supply an image list with title, media, year, size and price or NFS. Also, please include any information regarding capture/working process (if applicable). Please also note any special installation requirements.

You will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours.  If you do not hear from us please email to check the status of your entries.

Email exhibitions@sulfurstudios.org or call 912.231.7105 with any questions. 

Click the link below to pay your entry fee:

Juror Bio:

Bridget Conn earned a BFA in Studio Art from Tulane University in 2000, and an MFA from the University of Georgia in 2003. Throughout much of the 2000s, she was active in the Stillmoreroots Group, an artist collective based in East Georgia, focused on bringing art opportunities to underserved communities through exhibition, education, and outreach. Bridget has exhibited nationally in such venues as the Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah, the Art Museum of the University of Memphis, Northlight Gallery at Arizona State University, as well as in Italy, Hungary, South Korea, and Thailand. In 2009, she relocated to Asheville, NC where she taught at several colleges, while working as an arts writer, designer, and independent artist.  Her association with the Phil Mechanic Studios Public Darkroom blossomed into The Asheville Darkroom, a non-profit art educational facility which she founded in 2012 and served as Executive Director and primary instructor through May 2016. Bridget joined the faculty of Armstrong State University in Savannah, GA as Assistant Professor of Art in August 2016, where she teaches a variety of photographic processes. Her current artwork explores the potential of photography as a chemical and physical medium through the creation of chemigrams.