Interested in exhibiting your work during the festival? Here are a few recommendations:
View the Calls for Entry listings below for exhibition opportunities. More calls will be added as we get closer to the festival.
If you are represented by a gallery, encourage your gallery to show your work in a solo or group show. Your gallery can list your event in the Month of Photography Festival printed guide and online calendar by submitting details online.
If you are not represented by a gallery, you can start by taking a look at libraries, coffee shops, restaurants, condominium sales centers, retail stores, etc. Try approaching one of those venues to exhibit your work. Not sure where to start? We recommend viewing the website from the 2019 MOP festival. Here you can see all venues that participated and what type of work they exhibited.
This call asks the photographer: what is truth, what is fiction, what is illusion, what is reality, and wherein lies the kernel of truth?...
The Big Picture is a biennial project whose mission is to connect the public to fine art photography in open-air settings with large murals wheat-pasted on walls. Through invitation and call for entry, the Big Picture selects winning prints for exhibition in Denver, Boulder, and sister cities around...
MOP Portfolio Reviews will take place March 20 - 21 at The Curtis Hotel.
Answers to every question you may have about the Portfolio Reviews at MoP Denver