Submission deadlines are May 14 and June 6 for September show

The Riverside Galleries at Garrison Art Center announces a call for entries to its juried exhibition, PhotoCENTRIC, to take place Sept. 13–28.

Amateur and professional photographers alike are invited to submit original images in all photographic mediums: digital, film, alternative processes, pinhole, photograms, black and white or color, and in the People, Nature and Open categories.

Juror Marvin Heiferman, an independent curator and writer, organizes projects about photography and visual culture for institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Institution, International Center of Photography, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the New Museum. A contributing editor to Art in America, Heiferman has written for numerous publications, catalogs, monographs and magazines, including The New York Times, Artforum, Aperture and BOMB. His most recent book is Photography Changes Everything (Aperture, 2012).

The Best in Show award is a $1,000 prize, and first, second and third prizes will be given in each category; all prizes include images and bios in a book as well as on the Garrison Art Center website.

The entry fee for five images is $35 by the early entry deadline of May 14; the regular entry fee of $45 will be charged by the final entry deadline, June 6. For more information on submission guidelines, visit

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