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    TRANSFORMATIONS 2021 – An exhibition of the imagination

    The Juried Photography Exhibition, a tradition at New Hope Arts since 2014, returns this August with a new format and a new partner, The Pennsylvania Center for Photography

    Presented by The Pennsylvania Center For Photography in collaboration with The New Hope Arts Center, TRANSFORMATIONS will be on exhibit at 2 Stockton Avenue from Friday, August 13th through Monday, September 6th.

    This unique collaboration between the PCP and the New Hope Arts Center is one of the East Coast’s most unique photographic shows and will once again be live!

    TRANSFORMATIONS returns with the PCP’s hallmark dual print and digital exhibitions format during the height of New Hope’s tourist season!

    Not only that, but they will be able to hang more and larger prints than they have been able to in the past.

    There are some changes but the premise of the show remains the same.

    TRANSFORMATIONS is a juried exhibition that pays tribute to the vision and skills of photographers who freely express their creativity by whatever means they choose.

    Photographers working in all genres submit work for inclusion in the exhibition.

    The only requirement is that the image must have started life in their camera.

    They can modify or create the physical environment, apply in-camera techniques, shoot infrared, use composites, and/or use post processing to realize their own artistic reality.

    The TRANSFORMATIONS Exhibition is comprised of a traditional print exhibition AND a large screen high-resolution digital exhibition. The intent of the digital exhibition is to allow photographers who are too far away to deliver physical prints, or who are otherwise unable to make prints, the opportunity to have their exceptional work recognized and exhibited.

    For more info visit newhopearts.org.

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