West Rich Promenade Gallery

400 West Rich Street

Columbus, OH 43215


Friday, 13th NOVEMBER 2020

6PM to 9PM EST

during Franklinton Friday

Due to the continued Covid-19 pandemic, masks are required to enter the gallery space and must be worn correctly while experiencing the artwork.

Please practice the CDC guidelines of  social distancing, sanitizing surfaces, and the washing of hands.

WE, The Women's Caucus exhibition stands to celebrate women's caucus members and our diversity during this incredibly insane, historical year. The photographic works are responsive pieces that illuminate, question, and challenge societal notions through our individual expression, discussing the relationship of power and gender, and the societal intersections.

WE, The Women's Caucus exhibition is the result of an international call-to-artists of Women, Trans, and GNC People investigating and considering the intersection of cultural, social, political, economic, spiritual, sexual, non/gender-based, and environmental forces. 2020 is the hundred year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, yet social injustice and in-equality continue to plague the United States, a pandemic has wreaked havoc on the world, and it is an incredibly big election year. WE, the Women's Caucus exhibition couldn't have come to light at a better time.

WE, The Women's Caucus is a juried exhibition of photographers that are members of the Women's Caucus within the Society for Photographic Education created by women's caucus member Jordanne Renner through two awesome grants she received through FotoFocus and the Greater Columbus Arts Council. This exhibition was originally a participating venue in the FotoFocus 2020 Light & Biennial, but since the shift everything has made because of Covid-19 this simple call-to-artists and members of SPE's Women's Caucus has become so much more.

If you are a business or organization with Women, Trans, and/or GNC People as your leadership, or you are lifting up these communities WE would like to hear from you-- send an email to WEtheWomensCaucusExhibition@gmail.com



Must be a SPE Women's Caucus member.

Must be a member of SPE by the time of exhibition/acceptance of.

Make photographic, light-based art.

Explore themes of society, family, culture, gender, identity, women's rights, social justice, etc...

Identify as a Woman, GNC, or Trans.


Each artist is limited to 5 pieces of photographic art, professionally presented, and ready to 
be displayed. **must be a member of SPE's women's caucus**


Eligible Work: 
Must be a current SPE Women's Caucus member. 
From traditional to digital to alternative processes to video, all photographic techniques and approaches are welcome. Fine Art photography, documentary, commercial, mixed media incorporating photography, photo books & sculptures, and digital imaging and collages – are all eligible for consideration by the jury, but must fit the dialogue of the exhibition theme. 
Installation type work should be tested prior to submission, and easy to install.

Submission Instructions: 
1. visit www.spenational.org/shop to pay the entry fee

2. screenshot receipt of entry payment, label as: First InitialLast Name_receipt-- STUDENTS-- in lieu of receipt of payment, please include your student email, and screenshot of your previous or upcoming semester schedule.

3. submit required materials: up to 5 images in the correct format, image list (including: title, medium, size, price), artist statement (500 words max), and receipt of payment.

Files must be labeled as First InitialLast Name_image #.jpg (example: JRenner_01.jpg), First InitialLast Name_image list.pdf, First InitialLast Name_statement.pdf, etc.

Images must not exceed 3MB, 3,000 pixels on the longest dimension. 
Save as Adobe RGB. 
Please note: Improperly titled jpegs and/or missing information will result in your submission not being reviewed by the jury.

4. send all appropriately sized and labeled files to aJnRstudio@gmail.com via www.wetransfer.com
You will receive an email confirmation once the submission is successfully downloaded.


Jordanne Renner

exhibition organizer & curator

W: https://www.fotofocus.org/biennial/2020/
E: aJnRstudio@gmail.com