Call for Entry: Mobile Photography



We invite all photographers to submit their best work for consideration in our upcoming exhibition, “Window to the World, through the lens of a Mobile phone”.

While we all have a phone with a camera, show us what makes your images stand out from the rest. This exhibition seeks to showcase the incredible beauty that can be captured just by using your mobile device. We invite you to explore your unique creativity and perspective on how you see the world through the lens of your phone camera.  Open to photographers of all levels. All images must have been taken using a mobile phone or tablet. This is an open theme-so show us your best work!


Juried by: Craig Shimala

Craig is a Chicago based creator who bends space and time. His work encapsulates the city of Chicago from his perspective (plus a bunch of other perspectives) with a creative approach that includes 360 videos, time-lapse, electrifying photos (literally photos of lightning sometimes), and an abundance of color, trippy angles, and moving visual art. You can also catch him above Chicago when he fills in as Helicopter Photojournalist for local media.




Submission Deadline: May 1st

Show Opening:  Thursday, June 6th, 2024

  • Entry Fee: $25 for up to 3 images, $35 for 5 images (this fee will also cover the cost of printing and mounting for the selected images).
  • Email of acceptance in the show will be sent out by May 15th.  The artists will have until May 22nd to submit the high resolution files of the images.
  • Once you pay the submission fee on the website, you will receive an email confirmation of your purchase that looks like this (please check your spam folder!!)



The instructions on how to submit your images are embedded in that email. Please check your spam folder as well, as sometimes emails might end up there.


Special Juror: Craig Shimala
Deadline for submissions: May 1st, 2024
Show Opening: Thursday, June 6th @ 6:00 PM


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