The Photography Club of the Ozarks is calling for entries for the annual Spring Photography Show. The exhibit of photographs opens Sunday, March 15 and runs through Friday, April 3, at the Blue Sky Gallery inside the Backyard Framer on the east side of the Harrison Square. It is free to the public.

The show is open to all photographers 18 years of age or older. Entries will be accepted from a five county area.

All photographic entries must be brought to the Blue Sky Gallery no later than Saturday, March 14, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Judging will be held Sunday morning, March 15, followed by a free reception at the gallery for the public and the exhibiting photographers, from 2-4 p.m. Winning photographs will be announced at 3 p.m. Photographers do not have to be present to win, but are encouraged to be at the reception. Monetary prizes will be awarded.

Entries are solicited in two categories, Black and White and Color, with a special category for “Abandoned,” either black and white, or color. The fee for entries is $10 each, and those entering do not have to be a member of the photography club to enter. Photos may be no larger than 16” x 20” including mat, and no smaller than 8” x 10.” Photos should be matted, but not framed, and without hooks or wires for hanging. Photos will be hung using clips attached to their mats.

Photographers may enter as many images as they want, however only one image may be entered in the “Special” category.

Charlie Chappell, of Berryville will be this year’s judge for the exhibit.

For more information about entering photographs or the exhibit, call Philly Rains at (870) 743-2040, or e-mail

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