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17.01.2022

CALL FOR PORTFOLIO’S AND IDEAS 2022: Regional exhibition 2022

For the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Northern Photographic Centre (NPC) in Oulu, Finland, NŌUA from Bodø, Norway, have been invited to curate the anniversary exhibition. Throughout 2022, the program at the Northern Photographic Centre will celebrate the diversity and versatility of photography with a Northern twist. Read more »

27.12.2021

OPEN CALL Pictures of the Month

Pictures of the Month program by Northern Photographic Centre (NPC) and Fotonordic announces open call for the time period May 2022 and December 2022. Open call 27.12.2021–26.1.2022 Read more »

08.07.2021

Open search for northern Finnish artists - Material Light

Finnish Light Art Society FLASH, Northern Photographic Center and the Artists' Association MUU are organizing the second part of the event Material Light at the Northern Photographic Center in Oulu in November 2021. The event focuses on light art in it´s many forms. The exhibition is also part of the LUMO light festival. Read more »

14.04.2021

Apply for Northern Photographic Centre and Street Level Photoworks Artist Residency until 15.5.2021

This open call to Finnish photographers or artists working with photography is for a 35-day residency which will take place in Glasgow and the surrounding areas between September and October of 2021. Read more »

13.01.2021

OPEN CALL Kaunas Photography Gallery residency program

Kaunas Photography Gallery is pleased to announce an open call for its 2021 residency program. Photographers and artists, curators, critics and art historians who work with photography are invited to apply. A number of residencies are available. These usually last from 4 to 9 weeks and are held within the period 1 March–20 December. The deadline for all applications is 31 January 2021. Applicants can be of any nationality but must be based in Nordic–Baltic countries other than Lithuania (Denmark, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Åland, Latvia and Estonia). Read more »