Humble’s next open call, our final online exhibition of 2019, is as simple as the title suggests. It’s about love, actually.
Around the world, political and social division threatens irreparable damage. Let’s finish out the year with some warmth. Show us love in all forms. Show us empathy. Show us why, right now, despite what pulls us apart, we can come together and have faith in a positive future.
(Bonus if you can find some way to huggingly reference Hugh Grant. Just kidding. Sort of.)
Deadline: September 25th, 2019
GUIDELINES: (please read carefully. No, really. Please read carefully. We love you too.)
1. Please submit your 50-75 word bio, statement, and other information via THIS FORM.
2. Email up to five (5) JPGs (sRGB color profile works best.) at 1,500 pixels on the longest side to firstname.lastname@example.org with "HAF LOVE Submission" in the subject line and each image titled with your name and the title of the image (i.e. Andy_Warhol_Banana_01)
IMPORTANT: Please do NOT submit zipped folders of images.
ALSO IMPORTANT: Please do NOT watermark your images. We promise you, if we use them, we will give you proper attribution, but we cannot take your submissions seriously if you don't trust us.
Want quicker visibility on your submissions? AFTER submitting via email, Hashtag #HAFLOVE @humbleartsfoundation on Instagram.
FEE: None. (also, please don't call it a "contest" or "competition." It's an OPPORTUNITY, folks :) We <3 you. )
Humble’s co-founder Jon Feinstein will select images to feature in HAFNY's online Group Show #63: Love, Actually, which will go live on Humble's website in late 2019 and potentially be shared on Humble’s Instagram. We will announce selected photographers via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram feed and through our mailing list.
Image credit: Jess T. Dugan. From the series + photobook “To Survive on This Shore.” Get familiar with it if you aren’t already.