Winter 2022 Juried Exhibition: Still Life

February 26, 2022-April 17, 2022
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 5, 6-8 PM

New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery
7800 Oak Street, New Orleans LA

Still Life is the theme for NOPA’s winter 2022 juried exhibitionThe Submission form for this call will close January 28, 2022. More information forthcoming after the holiday season.

This exhibition will feature photographic work that captures a still life, or an arrangement of objects that are typically commonplace. Still Life, juried by Jane Fulton Alt, is scheduled to open on February 26, 2022.

The call for entry will be open January 10 to January 28, 11:59 PM CST
Selected work must be delivered to NOPA by February 21
Entry fee: $25 per three works submitted, or $15 for NOPA members

Entrants must have an EntryThingy artist account to submit to this call. EntryThingy is free to join. If you do not have an EntryThingy account, you will be prompted to create one when clicking the link below.

Selected entrants are responsible for delivering framed work, including shipping costs. Work selected must be available for sale at the NOPA Gallery for the duration of the exhibition. For questions regarding this call, email

Click here to enter Still Life

About the Juror:

Jane Fulton Alt began exploring the visual arts while pursuing a career as a clinical social worker. Her photography explores universal issues of the human condition and the non-material world. She has authored two books; Look and Leave: Photographs and Stories of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward, and The Burn. Her Crude Awakening portfolio was printed worldwide after the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  Alt is a three time winner of Photolucida’s Critical Mass for her Katrina and Burn portfolios. She is the recipient of many awards and artist residencies. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and can be found in many permanent collections. 

She is represented by Les Etoiles Gallery in New York City; and Walker Fine Art in Denver. She currently splits her time living and working in New Orleans and Chicago.