Photographic and Textual Exhibit

The Pinelands: Our Nation’s First National Reserve and the Future Ahead

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Call for Artists: Now Open

Photographic and Textual Exhibit: The Pinelands: Our Nation’s First National Reserve and the Future Ahead

The Princeton Photography Club and the Pinelands Preservation Alliance are developing this joint exhibit to educate the public and politicians about the benefits gained from the Pinelands National Reserve and the threats facing its natural resources. The exhibit will hang at the Lakefront Gallery at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton located in Hamilton, NJ. The opening reception will be held January 16, 2020.

The project will support and enhance the work of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance by alerting public agencies and the citizenry; protecting the aquifers; and improving habitat protection for distinctive, rare, threatened, and endangered plant and animal species of the Pinelands. The project will create a compelling call to action to preserve the New Jersey Pinelands.

Artists have until July 2019 to enter images for consideration.

Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: July 2019
Drop-off: Jan 9, 2020
Hanging: Jan. 10, 2020
Opening Reception: Jan. 16, 2020 at Lakefront Gallery from 5:30pm-7:30pm
Pick up: March 29, 2020

How to Enter:

Submission to this exhibition is free and open to the public. To upload your photos, go to and enter this information (you will need to log out if you are already logged into another Dropbox account):

  1. User Name:
  2. Password: Prince99
  3. Folder name: Pinelands Project
  4. Create a folder with your name and place your images into that folder.
  5. Upload your images using the following labeling conventions:
    1. File name: Last Name_First Name_Title_location of photo

PLEASE NOTE: It is important that no one download the app and sign in as the PPC. You should just access the Dropbox on a browser.

Questions? Contact Peter Hewitt of the Princeton Photography Club. or by phone mobile: (908) 405-8512.

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