Submissions Open for Selby Gardens’ Virtual 42nd Annual Juried Photo Exhibition

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Pictured: BEEutiful, by Gary McNulty, was selected “Best in Show” in Selby Gardens’ 2021 Juried Photographic Exhibition. Photo courtesy of Selby Gardens.

Submissions are now being accepted for Marie Selby Botanical Gardens’ 42nd Annual Juried Photographic Exhibition. Amateur photographers are invited to submit digital photos taken at either of Selby Gardens’ two campuses in five different categories. Submissions will be accepted online through Monday, August 15. The list of categories, registration and submission requirements, and a link to the online submission portal can be found at selby.org. After the call for submissions has closed, accepted entries will be reviewed by an expert panel of jurors. Winners will be announced on Thursday, August 25. An online gallery featuring all accepted photos and showcasing the winning entries will be on view from August 25 through September 25.

“Selby Gardens’ Annual Juried Photo Exhibition is a beloved celebration of our two bayfront sanctuaries through the eyes and camera lenses of our visitors,” said Jennifer O. Rominiecki, president and CEO of Selby Gardens. “Since making this show virtual a couple of years ago, we have been able to accept and display even more high-quality amateur photography of our two campuses and engage more people in viewing these beautiful works of art.” To learn more about the photo contest and how to enter, go to selby.org. Selby Gardens’ Virtual 42nd Annual Photographic Exhibition is presented in partnership with the Observer Media Group. 

Pictured: BEEutiful, by Gary McNulty, was selected “Best in Show” in Selby Gardens’ 2021 Juried Photographic Exhibition. Photo courtesy of Selby Gardens.

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