"Defining Home" Photography Contest Accepting Submissions
The Woody Gaddis Gallery, on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, seeks entries for the juried photographic exhibition entitled “Defining Home”. Home has many emotional, biological, cultural and societal associations beyond the physical space in which we live. Any interpretation of this concept captured or created through the visual medium of photography is open for submission.
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