The main goals of The Georgia Southern Circuits is to provide the best examples of today’s cutting edge progressive photography, and exceptional representations of images which are currently considered to be traditional style photography.
All of the Georgia Circuits operate under the Images of Man/Atlanta management while maintaining judging panels specific to their own circuit's group and area within the state of Georgia. This central consolidation of work and effort make for uniform systems which improve each year.
Contact us at:
THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN CIRCUITS
C/O Robert W. Ginn – Circuit Chair
Post Office Box 888
Tate, Georgia 30177 USA
The 2015 GASO Circuit
The 2015 NORGA Print Circuit which is held in the northern part of Georgia, is made up of 5 fully independent print shows. It is only for small prints and is held each mid year. The 2015 DIGA Circuit is held in the Atlanta metro area, and is celebrating it's 24 year anniversary in 2015. It consists of 5 different independent exhibitions and is held in late winter each year.
2015 - Celebrating 25 Years
International Exhibition of Photography
WELCOME to the GEORGIA CIRCUITS
The Georgia Circuits was started in 1990 by a group of metro Atlanta photographers who wanted to increase their exposure to and knowledge of exceptional works of photography by including the state of Georgia, the United States and beyond. Today, the Georgia Exhibition Circuit is comprised of over 140 active shooters who host 3 P.S.A. fully approved International circuits each year involving 17 independent judging’s and over 40 different exhibitions.
All the Georgia Circuits are PSA approved
and listed in the PSA Journal.
Wade Clutton, HonPSA, was our friend.
The man that gave to all of us in one way or
another whether we knew it or not.
He touched PSA, making many friends
around the world. He gave selflessly to our
photographic community through his technology,
friendship, and dedication to our success.
Wade Clutton will be missed...
Wade Clutton, HonPSA, 1937 - 2015
DIGA is Closing
December 5, 2015