Hannele Rantala, from the series "Natasha (A Day in the Life of an 11-Year-Old Soviet Schoolchild)", 1986 / Collection of the Finnish Museum of Photography
Helsinki Darkroom Festival Open Call
Deadline Aug 15, 2021
The Finnish Museum of Photography
International

International Open Call for photographers and visual artists to exhibit at The Finnish Museum of Photography as part of the Helsinki Darkroom Festival in 2022.

We are delighted to announce an international Open Call for submissions from artists who use analog processes in the creation of contemporary photographic works. Out of these submissions, a jury will select 10 artists to exhibit at the Finnish Museum of Photography during the Helsinki Darkroom Festival 2022. The purpose of this inclusive, forward-looking festival is to bring together various institutions, researchers and artists working with analog photography.

The festival consists of an exhibition that is both invitational and juried at the newly renovated Finnish Museum of Photography with screenings and events at their centrally located K1 gallery; a symposium about artistic research on analog photography organized together with Aalto University; workshops, professional get-togethers and events open for the public organized in collaboration with Helsinki-based artistic organisations and galleries.

Selected artists will receive
–Inclusion in an exhibition at the Finnish Museum of Photography during the Helsinki Darkroom Festival from January to April, 2022.
–An artist’s fee of 500 euros paid by the Finnish Museum of Photography and an expense allowance of up to 1,000 euros paid by The Finnish Darkroom Association.
–An invitation to join the festival’s Grand Opening as a special guest.

Deadline August 15, 2021

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