Are you a member of Creative Manitoba? Do you want your photography displayed as part of Flash Fest Photographic Festival?
Apply to be part of our members’ showcase! Selected photographers will show their work on the third floor of 245 McDermot Avenue for the months of April-May, 2020.
A reception will be held on April 3, 2020 for First Fridays in the Exchange.
Creative Manitoba is also an official venue of Flash Fest, which invites guests to view your work throughout the month of April during regular business hours.
Creative Manitoba strengthens, represents and connects Manitoba’s arts and creative industries. Our creative co-working space supports business growth for independent creative entrepreneurs and creates a focal point for the arts and creative industries in Manitoba.
And…a focal point to show off the work of our stellar members and co-workers!
How to submit:
- Be an existing Creative Manitoba member. Or sign up here.
- Complete the submission form below. You will be asked to provide 3 examples of your photographic work (Note: Please include your name in each file name). Work selected is required to be framed. (size min: 8.5×11 max: 10×16)
Deadline for applications is March 13, 2020
WHAT is Flash? We are a photographic festival that features local Winnipeg and Manitoba photographers of all skill levels. It is a venue for all types of photography where photos are hung on walls for all 30 days of April. It is FREE to all to see!
WHO is Flash? ALL are welcome. Whatever your skill level, if you can find a venue/business to partner with, Flash welcomes you to participate! We continue to grow and in 2016 we had 116 photographers displaying work in 53 venues.
WHERE is Flash? In your local coffee shop, at the restaurant down the road, in art galleries, on recycle bins, Flash is EVERYWHERE! Even out in Elm Creek, Selkirk and Gimli! See the MAP for all locations.
WHEN is Flash? All of April 2020, so people can shoot during the summer and edit over the winter.
WHY is Flash? Our mission is promoting the art of photography by bringing together photographers and businesses in Winnipeg and around Manitoba. Getting people out and about seeing art and visiting places they have never been is good for culture and good for Winnipeg.