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MOD host photo contest in support of Black History Month

January 15, 2021   ·   0 Comments

The Museum of Dufferin has partnered with the Dufferin County Canadian Black Association to host a Black History Month Digital Exhibition.

Canadian photographers and artists are encouraged to submit their work to reflect the theme of “Solidarity in my Community.”

Entries can be in the form of art or photographs. Students, professionals, and non-professionals are encouraged to submit their work.

The exhibition is seeking entries from people who participated in a Black Lives Matter march, hung signs in their windows, or witnessed the community coming together in some kind of powerful way.

There is no entry fee for this show and the entry deadline is Monday, February 1, 2021.

You can submit up to two images per photographer and up to two images of artwork.

The photographs and artwork will be used for exhibition and promotion of the exhibition.

Photographs must be submitted in high resolution without any watermarks or logos.

This is a juried art show and art and photography will be juried in separate categories. It is also an on-line show and no physical artwork or photography will be accepted.

You can view show guidelines and how to submit at


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