A Juried Exhibition Celebrating Photography of the Rural South
See you next year for SlowExposures 2021
September 16 - 19, 2021
Until then, please stay safe.
See John Bennette's words of wisdom below. Wear a mask now, so we can all be together next year.
Paula Tognarelli and Alan Rothschild have made their selections for our SlowExposures "2020 in 2021" Show. Congratulations to the photographers who are listed here.
Thank you to Paula and Alan for working together under very unique circumstances!
An announcement from SlowExposures
Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic and our sincere wish to preserve the health of all of our photographers, volunteers, and friends, SlowExposures is regretfully announcing the postponement of our 2020 show until next year.
For those photographers who entered the 2020 show, our Jurors, Paula Tognarelli and Alan Rothschild are reviewing the entries and as soon as we have the results of their deliberations, we will let you know. The show that is selected by Paula and Alan will be presented in September 2021. We wanted the show to have the coverage and presentation that the work deserves.
We hope you all stay safe and look forward to welcoming you to Pike County September 16 - 19, 2021. We are planning the best SlowExposures ever and hope to see you then.
Save the dates: September 16 - 19, 2021
The deadline for the 2020 SlowExposures Young Photographers' call has passed. Because of the Covid-19 Pandemic, we were unable to convene for SlowExposures 2020. Please stay tuned for further information concerning the Young Photographers' Contest.
Soon we will have information about the 2021 SlowExposures Young Photographers Call.
SlowExposures 2019 - "It's a Wrap"
Thank you to all Photographers, Visitors, and Volunteers!
A special Thank You to our Jurors, Alyssa Coppelman and Gordon Stettinius, and PopUp Juror, John Bennette, and Young Photographer Jurors, Dan Dunnahoo and Fawne DeRosia!
What a wonderful time we had!
"The slow pacing of the four days facilitates a saturated adsorption. The genuineness of this community provides healing time from the rapid pace of another life that everyone brought with them but left checked at the county line."
Houck and K.B. Medford from Houck Medford's Journal