“Close Encounters” Photography Exhibit
“Settled” by Rebecca Skinner
The Morini Gallery at MMAS is committed to supporting our local artists.
Artists are invited to explore the concept of macro and/or close up photography. There is something magical about seeing a subject up close and personal. This opens up a whole new world of options for you as a photographer. Think of an old watch, a flower or even some food items that could be shot on your kitchen table. The shapes, textures and colors come to life in the world of close up photography. This is not strictly a macro exhibit. Close up photography can be loosely defined as larger than life size.
The show is open to photography only, Artists may enter up to five (5) images.
Please submit through our online form by clicking “submit” below.
Show dates: January 18th – March 24th 2019
Submission Deadline: November 30th 2018
Notification of work(s) accepted: December 10th 2018, Accepted artists will be listed on the gallery website.
Drop off dates: January 14th – 15th 2019, 10:30am – 4:00pm
Opening Reception: Sat., January 19th 2019, 5:00 – 7:00pm
Pick up dates: March 25th – 26th 2019, 10:30am – 4:00pm
About the juror:
Marie Craig is co-founder and director of Fountain Street, a contemporary art gallery in Boston’s SoWa arts district. Her passion is to make original fine art accessible, approachable and affordable for everyone, while engaging artists in the process of marketing their work to the public. In her role as gallerist, Marie has curated numerous exhibitions, and has juried several international calls for art.
An artist herself, Marie photographs places and things that have a hidden, forgotten beauty within them. Her work has received a number of awards and has been shown in galleries and museums throughout New England.
Marie Craig, Cabin 4, cyanotype on paper, 14 x 17 in.
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The Morini Gallery | 377 N. Main Street | Mansfield, MA 02048
Hours: 10:00 – 4:00 Tuesday thru Friday or by appointment.
Theater patrons are able to enjoy the gallery before show performances and during intermission.