Brentwood Photography Group Exhibits

Throughout the year, we periodically have opportunities to exhibit our members’ works at galleries around Nashville and surrounding areas.  Contact our Exhibits Organizer with any questions.

All BPG members in good standing with the Brentwood Photography Group are encouraged to enter.  Members will receive one President’s Cup point for your submission.

2020 Exhibitions

Brentwood Library
Beginning May 1st

Gordon Jewish Community Center
Beginning Aug 17th

Details will be announced soon…


Please adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Once an image has been selected and exhibited in a BPG Exhibition it cannot be re-used for future BPG Exhibitions.
  • Images need to be family appropriate for a public space
  • Naming images for submission:
    • First name Last name – Title of Exhibit-number.
      E.g. Mary Smith – Its All About The Light-1
  • Images must be submitted as JPG files with 2000 pixels on the long side as this allows judging to be done with enough resolution. 
  • Use the form below to submit image(s).

Please note the framing guidelines (see below) must be strictly followed. Any images not meeting the guidelines specification will be returned.

Questions?  Email Exhibits Organizer

Image Submission Form

Only images with .jpg extension allowed. Please make sure any images to be uploaded are less than 1MB size.
If you inadvertently select the wrong image just click the Choose File button again and select the intended one.

Framing Guide


All participating images need to be in a 16″ x 20″ frame with a 1-2” wooden black frame. Double matting is allowed. Note that frames are measured by the size of the opening in the back not by the outside of the frame. Mats should be a minimum of 2”.

Metal or plastic frames will not be accepted.

Hanging hardware must be fixed to the back (D-rings and wire). Wire should be 2½” from top of frame and attached to the frame itself.

There are many ways to sign your image. If the mat is going to come up to the edge of the image the artist should sign the back or front of the image. The mat may also be signed. If your image is going to be offset from mat (see above) it should be signed on the front of the image, not the mat. Whichever you choose, remember that the mat can at some point become separated from the image so it is important to have the image signed.

Theses examples should help bring clarity how to frame for both landscape and portrait orientation photos.