‘Untitled 2021: A Photographic Exhibition’

Visual art, Photography

American Photographic Artists (APA) is a national organization for professional photographers and the San Diego chapter is hosting their annual competition show on Friday. There are 21 finalists (which you can preview here), and a jury will select three winners. This is a one-night-only exhibition, so don’t miss it.

Some standouts from the finalists’ works are by Marina Griffin, David Fouts, Liana Grigoryan, Beto Soto, Sean Horton, Jim Esposito (above) and Jennifer Rubin but every single piece is fantastic and unique.

A portion of the entry proceeds will benefit local youth photography nonprofit Outside the Lens.

Details: Friday, Nov. 12, 2021 from 6-9 p.m. Bread and Salt, 1955 Julian Ave., Logan Heights. Free

2021 Cannon Invitational

Visual art

The City of Carlsbad’s William D. Cannon Gallery will open the ninth edition of their invitational, with artists selected from their

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In July, the city of Birmingham launched the Birmingham View Photo Challenge— a competition calling for photographs that captured the people, landmarks and events of Birmingham as a tribute to the city’s upcoming 150th anniversary.

Now, the winning photographs from that competition are on view in a new exhibit at the Birmingham Museum of Art.

On view until January 9, 2022, the works are currently on display in the paneled gallery off the first floor of the museum’s Bohorfoush hallway.

The challenge asked participants to submit photos in four distinct categories: events in Birmingham, cityscapes and landscapes, Birmingham landmarks, and people. The photos had to be taken in Birmingham between 2019 and 2021 with either a cell phone or professional camera.

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A panel of visual artists and city business leaders judged the competition, including fine arts photographer Carolyn

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