Current Works 2018

Current Works 2017: Dan Videtich, Susan Grace, Chuong Doan


November 1 – November 30, 2018
Jones Gallery, 1717 Walnut, Kansas City, MO 64108
The Kansas City Society for Contemporary Photography’s fourth annual juried member photography exhibition presented in partnership with the Jones Gallery in the Crossroads.

July 15                                     Call opens

August 31                                Entry submissions due
September 13                          Notification of artists begins
October 27                              Artwork due at David Jones Gallery 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

November 1                            Pre-view and Juror talk.
November 2                            Opening Reception, 6 – 9 p.m.
November 30                          Exhibition ends
November 30-Dec 1               Pick up works, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Juror Philipp Eirich, Cerbera Gallery, gallery owner, curator,

Philipp was chosen as juror because of his love for photography, his knowledge of art and his high standing in the art community, locally, nationally and internationally. 

Philipp Eirich was born in Wurzburg, Germany. He came to the United States in his early twenties and lived in Chicago for 20 years before moving to Kansas City. He now owns and runs Cerbera Gallery, a contemporary fine art gallery located at the heart of Kansas City’s Crossroads Art District. The gallery features an array of works by both renowned and emerging artists, primarily focusing in the fields of ceramics, limited editions, painting and photography. Cerbera Gallery has its origins in the 2016 NCECA, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, conference in Kansas City. Eirich set up a space intended as a pop-up gallery for the conference. He gathered works from ceramicists throughout the United States, combining them with contemporary visual art works. The venture was a success, with a complete sell-out. Eirich chose to keep the space open and it has grown, due in part to Eirich’s unconventional curatorial style. He is known for exhibiting well-known artists next to emerging artists at price levels attracting both the serious collector and occasional art buyer all displayed in a contemporary salon-type setting. Eirich also takes pride in showcasing many local artists, in addition to nationally and internationally renowned works; both from artists he represents and artists who are part of his private collection.

Mediums represented range from drawings and paintings to prints and photography and as well as sculptural and functional ceramics. Artist on his roster include Peter Voulkos, Jennifer Wolf, Terry Dixon, Greg Miller, Guenther Uecker, Hans Hartung, Ken Price, Richard Serra, Joan Hernandez Pijuan, Otto Piene, Akio Takamori, Christo, Josef Albers, Julio Le Parc, Robert Motherwell, Victor Vasarely, Laura Letinsky, Thomas Florschuetz , Gregory Crewdson, Peter Wegner, Anna Minnick, Kelly Ludwig, Nicolas Dhervillers, Ken Price, Richard Notkin, Ruth Duckworth, Melanie Sherman, Kyungmin Park, Kwok-Pong “Bobby Tso”, Thomas Brinkmann, Hans Habeger, Miro just to name a few.

This call is closed.


Must be a resident of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas or Oklahoma

A submission of up to 5 images is $70.

KCSCP members will receive a discount of 50% off this fee. The discount code MUST BE input at the time of entry and before checkout is completed.

Non-members pay $70 which includes submission for up to 5 images and a one-year membership in KCSCP.

KCSCP uses Entry Thingy for submissions. You must create a free profile and upload media.  All done below.  Have your artist’s statement ready so you can just copy and paste into the requisite boxes and your files sized properly for ease in up loading.


If at any point you hit a glitch take a screen shot of the glitch or describe exactly what happened and email us at:

Prepare the images 1400 mp on the long end at 150 DPI. 

Title files as such: LastnameFirstInitial_Title_Year_sizeHxW.jpg

All works must have been produced between September 2016 to current. We are looking for a broad range of photography styles and processes that represent the diversity of our membership.
Subject matter is open. All images must be created from your original photography as the foundation of your work and within the time frame mentioned above.

Original works will be accepted in all photographic mediums such as digital, film, alternative processes, black and white or color. No pornographic or defamatory images.

Artists whose works are accepted will be notified beginning September 13. Notices will be made via the e-mail you use for your Entry Thingy submission; however, we must also have a telephone number where you can be reached on this date. Any accepted work that differs from the digital image will be disqualified. KCSCP & KCAC reserve the right to reproduce accepted works for publicity, documentation, and promotion of the exhibition.

An opening reception, marketing and promotion for the exhibition will be provided. You are encouraged to promote the exhibit on your personal social media, email, etc.

Maximum final outside dimensions 40″

Must be ready to hang, with name, medium and price written on provided label and place on the back of the work.

Framed pieces should use white museum mats, black frames, and should be wired. Include hanging hardware.

Works that do not require framing are accepted but need to be presented in a professional manner with hanging hardware. Please contact us at if you have any questions or concerns.

Accepted work delivered to the gallery that does not comply with all the specified requirements will not be exhibited.

The work should be for sale. Jones Gallery will retain 25% of the sale price. Provide retail price including frame, if applicable.

SHIPPING ACCEPTED WORKS. Artists pay shipping to and from the Jones Gallery, 1717 Walnut, Kansas City, MO 64108. Accepted works must be shipped with a PREPAID return label or enclose a check for return shipping made payable to KCSCP; include insurance amount (if any) works will be returned via UPS.and delivered to the gallery by September 27-30. Late or damaged shipments will be returned collect. Works must be shipped in substantial, reusable packing cartons with repacking instructions. (NO Styrofoam peanuts.)   Shipped work will be returned November 11-22.

HAND DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORKS. Works may be hand delivered October 27th between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Hand delivered work must be picked up November 30-December 1, 11a.m.-4p.m.

RETURN OF WORKS. If return shipment cannot be completed, or if works are sent without return shipping provided for, or if hand delivered works are not picked up by December 1, KCSCP will dispose of or donate the work(s) in any way it sees fit without liability or further notice to the artist or lender.

Artists are responsible for providing their own insurance on works during shipment.
All accepted works must remain in the Jones Gallery until the close of the exhibition.