Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday | 11 am – 5 pm, Saturday | 12 pm - 4 pm, October 20, November 17, December 15, 2020. Online programming includes, . Named after a Jorge Luis Borges story by the same title, the exhibition El Jardín de Senderos Que Se Bifurcan explores the process of tracing my origins amidst contradictory familial narratives. Additionally, hybrid online and in-person exhibitions will be hosted at Filter Space gallery in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood. The 2020 Festival is September 9 – 13 and will be primarily an online Festival this year due to COVID-19. Join us for a public reception concurrent with our other exhibition, S eeing the familiar for the first time , on September 20th, 6 – 9 pm during the 2019 Filter Photo Festival and Expo Chicago’s Art After Hours. More information about preparing for reviews and engaging with Zoom can be found on our, An important part of the Chicago arts community since 2009, Filter Photo Festival has hosted an impressive roster of established artists and photographers as Festival Keynote Speaker including Joel-Peter Witkin, Penelope Umbrico, Carrie Mae Weems, Mona Kuhn, John Chiara, and Rodrigo Valenzuela, among others. Filter Photo is pleased to present El Jardín de Senderos Que Se Bifurcan, an exhibition by Tarrah Krajnak. Emerging and established photographers are welcome to sign up for these twenty-minute, one-on-one sessions. Filter Photo is pleased to present The Universal, juried by Gregory Harris. The 2020 Festival is September 9 – 13 and will be primarily an online Festival this year due to COVID-19. Festival information may not be up to date due to COVID-19, but you can view our list of cancellations here.

We organize the annual Filter Photo Festival, a multi-day celebration of photography that includes workshops, lectures, exhibitions, and portfolio reviews. The 2020 Festival is September 9 – 13 and will be primarily an online Festival this year due to COVID-19. Filter Photo is committed to showcasing artists’ work on the walls of our gallery. Filter Photo is partly supported by grants from The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The Illinois Arts Council Agency, a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, The Fogelson Family Foundation, and The Hegner Family Foundation. Video footage from the 2018 Festival can be found by clicking below. During a portfolio review, an artist is able to share work directly with local, national, and international photography professionals, including gallery directors, curators, editors, and publishers. Sign up for our mailing list to get programming updates delivered directly to your inbox or email us at info@filterphoto.org. By accessing our site, you agree to the terms of Everfest's privacy policy. This website uses cookies to provide our visitors with a great user experience. Filter Photo is pleased to announce Context 2020, our annual spring open call for photography-based work. This year the exhibition is juried by Eve Schillo, Assistant Curator Wallis Annenberg Photography Dept., Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago163 E Walton Pl Chicago, IL, © 2020 Copyright Everfest, Inc. All rights reserved. Everfest stands in solidarity with the Black community and supports the fight for justice and equality. Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago|163 E Walton Pl, Chicago, IL | Map. Filter Photo is partly supported by grants from The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The Illinois Arts Council Agency, The Fogelson Family Foundation, The Hegner Family Foundation, and Art Works of the National Endowment for the Arts. today for access to early registration and a host of other opportunities throughout the year. Additionally, hybrid online and in-person. Join us for monthly virtual drop-in sessions for Filter Photo Members—share work, connect with fellow Members, and discuss resources for grants, exhibition calls, and other opportunities. Filter Photo is a nonprofit festival, exhibition, and educational space in Chicago's West Town neighborhood.

Filter Photo is pleased to present an open call for all types of photography-based work. Filter Photo is partly supported by grants from The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The Illinois Arts Council Agency, a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, The Fogelson Family Foundation, and The Hegner Family Foundation. This open call for photography-based work is open to current Filter Photo Members only. 207 Filter Photo Festival is a multi-day celebration of photography that takes place every autumn in Chicago.

We organize the annual Filter Photo Festival, a multi-day celebration of photography that includes workshops, lectures, exhibitions, and portfolio reviews. Online programming includes workshops, portfolio reviews, lectures, and artist talks.

All submitting artists will be included in the online exhibition slideshow. Emerging and established photographers are welcome to sign up for these twenty-minute, one-on-one sessions. Filter Photo is delighted to present Liz Deschenes as the Featured Speaker for the 2020 Filter Photo Festival. Online programming includes workshops, portfolio reviews, lectures, and artist talks. These sessions will be virtual and hosted via Zoom.

More information about preparing for reviews and engaging with Zoom can be found on our FAQ page. Free for current Filter Photo Members. Filter Photo is a nonprofit festival, exhibition, and educational space in Chicago's West Town neighborhood. Filter Photo Festival is a multi-day celebration of photography that takes place every autumn in Chicago.

Join Now: Vendors | Artists | Already PRO? for our mailing list to get programming updates delivered directly to your inbox or email us at, Filter Photo is partly supported by grants from The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus, Foundation, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The Illinois Arts Council Agency, a CityArts Grant from the, City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, The Fogelson Family Foundation, and The Hegner. During a portfolio review, an artist is able to share work directly with local, national, and international photography professionals, including gallery directors, curators, editors, and publishers.

We encourage you to join us and consider supporting the Austin Justice Coalition or the organization leading the ongoing movement for accountability and change in your community. Portfolio reviews are a central element of the Festival. Registration for the 2020 Filter Photo Festival opens for Filter Photo Members on July 1 at 9 am CT, and the General Public on July 8, 9 am CT.

Three artists will be chosen as the Juror’s Choice winners and will each have an exclusive webpage dedicated to their project on Filter Photo’s website.

Exhibition Dates: October 9 – December 12, 2020, Public Reception: November 20, 5 – 9 pm We will be donating the first month of each new vendor & artist subscription to the Austin Justice Coalition. An important part of the Chicago arts community since 2009, Filter Photo Festival has hosted an impressive roster of established artists and photographers as Festival Keynote Speaker including Joel-Peter Witkin, Penelope Umbrico, Carrie Mae Weems, Mona Kuhn, John Chiara, and Rodrigo Valenzuela, among others.