HOW DOES CHASE THE LIGHT WORK?
A $20 suggested donation registers you for Chase The Light. Registration covers participation in the event, which includes image submission, your images reviewed by a panel of industry professionals, and one selected image printed on fine art paper and exhibited during the exhibition June 15, 2019. If you’d like a copy of your selected Chase The Light print you can add $15 to your registration.
Join Washington state residents in 48 hours of photography. Shoot with any type of camera, between Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9. Use hashtags #chasethelight2019, #pcnwchasethelight, and #photographiccenternw when posting to social media.
Submit up to five photos taken during the photo shoot to be reviewed by a panel of industry professionals. One image will be selected from each participant. All selections will be featured in our online slideshow and printed at PCNW for the exhibition June 15, 2019. Submission dates: Monday, June 10 by 12pm (noon) for digital and Tuesday, June 11 by 2pm for analog. See FAQ page for more details.
Join us for a celebration of Chase The Light participants and their images. Enjoy music, drinks and amazing artwork. The evening centers around a reverse auction, in which everyone has the opportunity to bid and take home Chase The Light selected images. Donate to PCNW that evening and go home with a unique Chase The Light photograph! All are welcome to attend the pop-up exhibition and fundraiser, whether you participated in Chase The Light or not, on Saturday, June 15 from 5pm-9pm at PCNW.
Beginning in late summer, Chase The Light selected images will be included in an extended outdoor regional showcase in partnership with Friends of Waterfront Seattle and The FENCE.
PARTICIPATE WITH ANY CAMERA— FILM, DIGITAL, CELL PHONES AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN!
A $20 donation covers registration, image submission, and one image printed for exhibition.
This year's jurors!
Zemie Barr, Exhibitions Manager, Blue Sky Gallery, Gail Gibson, Owner, G Gibson Gallery, Kris Graves, Artist, Publisher Kris Graves Projects, Wenmei Hill, Editorial Manager, DPReview, John Jenkins, Owner, Publisher, DECODE Books, Ann Pallesen, Gallery Sales and Marketing Associate Harris Harvey Gallery, Conor Risch, Senior Editor, Photo District News, Roula Seikaly, Senior Editor, Humble Arts Foundation & Curator, S Surface, King Street Station Program Lead, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture