The Fort Gallery is seeking local photographers for their first juried exhibition of photographs and photography-based artwork.

Fort Gallery hosting first juried photography show

Submission deadline for Pertaining to Rain show is Dec. 31

The Fort Gallery is seeking local photographers for their first juried exhibition of photographs and photography-based artwork.

Titled Pertaining to Rain, the exhibition will run Feb. 1 to 19, 2017.

Entries must be submitted to the Fort Gallery by Dec. 31.

The exhibition will contemplate rain, the West Coast’s constant companion from late fall until early spring, and how rain inhabits the landscape, both physically and psychologically. Contemporary modes of artistic expression are encouraged.

Artists may submit a maximum of three artworks electronically for adjudication to the Fort Gallery at by Saturday, Dec. 31.

To apply, complete an online artist submission form and pay the jury fee — a one fee payment of $40 per artist ($20 for Fort Gallery Society Members).

Then send a separate email to with digital images of up to three pieces of original photographs or photo-based artwork.

For more information, visit

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