Location – Leedy Voulkos Art Center
Entry Deadline – September 27th
Notifications – October 16th
Delivery – November 26th – November 28th
Juror’s talk – TBD
Artists Reception – December 3rd
First Friday Reception – December 4th and January 1st
Show Closes January 29th
Art Work Pick up – January 30th Put this on your calendar
Art Works to be shipped – First week of February
This is Kansas City Society for Contemporary Photography’s annual member’s juried exhibit. It is to showcase what photographic artists are doing today. All works must have been made in the past 18 months. All works must have been produced between September 2018 to current. We are looking for a broad range of photography styles and processes that represent the diversity of our membership.
We will be exhibiting in the Leedy – Voulkos Art Center in the arts Crossroads of Kansas City.
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.
Juror – Megan Benitz, Interim Executive Director, Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art
Megan Benitz is the Registrar and Exhibitions Manager at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in St. Joseph, Missouri. She has served as Interim Executive Director since January 2020. Megan received both her B.A. and M.A. in Art History from the University of Kansas. She served as an intern and part-time staff member at the AKMA before spending 3 years as the Director of the L.E. “Gus” Shafer Gallery at Barton Community College before re-joining the staff of the AKMA in 2010.
Megan has curated over a dozen exhibitions. Her most recent exhibitions include co-curating Cows! Reflections on Romantic Visions and Reality in Rural Life over Time (September 13-November 3, 2019, Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art) and curating Albrecht Gallery: The Early Years (April 8-June 5, 2016, Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art) and Story of a Moment: James Pringle Cook (January 14-April 2, 2017, Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art)