Connecticut's Oldest Juried Photography Exhibition & Competition

We are so excited to announce our second Virtual Program for IMAGES 2021! All selected participants will see their photographs and accompanying information posted to an online gallery on our website, and certain participating photographers will have their work featured on our Instagram throughout the year. We've streamlined the submission process, and we're confident that this year will be an even bigger success.

If you plan on applying, please check out the 2020 program above if you haven't already so you can get a sense of how your work will be exhibited.

Cash prizes will be granted, as they were in our last show season, and award winners will similarly be promoted on our main social media pages. The gallery events will be hosted via Zoom, and we anticipate some additional online programming as well.


Virtual exhibitions enable us to connect with even more photographers throughout the state, and while this past year has been a time of uncertainty for all, we at Shoreline Arts Alliance have truly learned the value of a silver lining! We're so grateful we've been able to continue our tradition of hosting Connecticut's oldest juried photography exhibition. Please email us with any questions, comments or concerns as you complete the application process. We look forward to hearing from you and can't wait to see what you will submit.

Photo by Thomas Wells. This image has been slightly cropped.



Exhibition: Virtual Exhibition hosted on this website, beginning February 26th, 2021​. Award ceremony March 9th - 6 to 7 PM.


Gallery Talk with Jessica Roscio: March 14th, 2021 - 3 to 4 PM


Discussion with Jurors: March 16th, 2021 - 7 to 8 PM

*All dates subject to change


Submission Information

Deadline: February 21st, 2021 at midnight

Jurors: Johnnie Chatman, Kristi Odom, and Sybylla Smith

Full submission instructions can be found here.


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