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EWC requesting digital photography for ATEC

December 7, 2020

Eastern Wyoming College - Call for Submissions - Digital Photography for the Agricultural Technology Education CenterEastern Wyoming College is now requesting submissions for digital photography for the Agricultural Technology Education Center (ATEC). ATEC is a 25,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility and selected photographs will be purchased for $500 each.

Submissions to this call are due January 8, 2021, and must be submitted via the following CaFÉ link: This call will automatically close at 11:59 pm MST on January 8, 2021. Submissions emailed or sent to the college or committee will not be reviewed.  If you need assistance from the College please contact Sally Watson at 307.532.8303.

The committee for this project is seeking existing photographs that highlight the service area of Eastern Wyoming College (EWC). EWC is based in Torrington, Wyoming and serves Crook, Weston, Niobrara, Converse, Platte, and Goshen counties. The committee is interested in work that will showcase the role of agriculture throughout the areas. Images that connect directly to EWC or the programs housed in ATEC, as well as any of the seasons, landscape, nature, wildlife, livestock, farming, ranching and lifestyle images will be considered. Photographs that show agriculture related subjects or one of the ag-related areas of study offered at EWC will be strongly considered.

This is a national call; Wyoming artists are encouraged to apply. Artists are required to specify the location depicted in their photograph(s) in the description field when uploading artwork samples. Photographs submitted via CaFE must be available in the following high-res format: 300-600 dpi minimum, min. of 3000 pixels on the long side, vector or .eps file type, and horizontal format. Selected photographs will be digitally printed at 9’-8 ½” wide x 5’- 4″ high. Individuals may submit up to 10 images. If selected, artists are only required to provide the digital file. EWC is responsible for the printing of the images.

The committee will select individual photographs and reserves the right to select some, none, or all photographs submitted by any individual photographer. There are 12 spaces where photographs will be featured in the new building.

The committee will review the submissions to this call in mid-January. Following review and selection, artists will have one week to send the high-resolution files to the college. Printing and installation of the digital wallpaper is planned for mid-February 2021. This timeline is subject to adjustment.

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