2012 PSA Mpls-St Paul Print Circuit Entries Due

International Competition!

The Minneapolis – St. Paul Print Circuit is a 6 show, 4 division exhibition circuit closing February 1, 2012. – enter up to 16 total images (4 in each category.)

$15 entry fee

Last year around 1,400 images were entered from people all over the world. This is a great opportunity to have your work judged against some of the finest photography in the world, in addition to a impressive display of images during the two days and two evenings of judging. Members are invited to attend judging days as either volunteers or observers.


See http://www.mspprintcircuit.org/ for more information and http://www.mspprintcircuit.org/submissions.html for entry forms. Prints (no matting or mounting required), cds and entry fee, should be submitted to Bob Dachelet by February 1st, 2012.

Judging Dates/Location:

February 4th: 9 am – 5 pm

February 11th: 9 am – 5 pm … Crosstown Camera Club will be judging

Lutheran Church of the Risen Christ
9050 60th Street North
Stillwater, MN

The church is located on the north frontage road of HWY 36 about 1.5 miles east of I-694.  Take highway 36 east from I-694 to Demontreville Road, exit north (left) on to the frontage road and then immediately east (right) up the frontage road about 1/3 mile.  The church is on your left (north side) and has parking in the rear.  Organizers are Vijai Karai & Bob Dachelet.

Each show will award the following medals:

COLOR Class A (max size – 16×20 including mounts)

  • 1 PSA Gold Best of Show medal
  • 6 Judges Choice medals
  • 1 Camera Council medal for Best Ice, Water or Snow

MONOCHROME Class A (max size – 16×20 including mounts)

  • 1 PSA Gold Best of Show medal
  • 6 Judges Choice medals
  • 1 Camera Council “Mark Kempenich” medal for Best Portrait

MONOCHROME Class B and COLOR Class B (max size – 8 1/2 x 12 including mounts)

  • 1 PSA Gold Best of Show medal
  • 3 Judges Choice medals
The sponsors of this International Exhibition of Photography have been awarded Recognition by PSA, the World’s largest patron of International photographic exhibitions. Acceptances received by PSA members in approved sections of this exhibition are eligible for PSA Star Ratings, listing in the worldwide PSA Who’s Who of photography, and credited toward the PSA Distinctions PPSA and EPSA. PSA is a non profit organization promoting the advancement of photography in all its forms to novice, amateur and professional photographers worldwide.

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