Take part in our annual photo contest!

Picture yourself in our annual photo contest

Strut your stuff in the annual Monday Magazine Photo Contest, co-hosted this year with the Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria

  • Aug. 27, 2015 4:00 p.m.

Fancy yourself the next Annie Leibovitz or Ansel Adams?

Strut your stuff in the annual Monday Magazine Photo Contest, co-hosted this year with the Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria.

Victoria’s longest-running photo competition, photos can be entered into one of six categories, with the last four designed to be open to interpretation, and both colour and black and white images, so get creative. Just be sure to note the specific category on the entry form.

• Colour – General

• Black & White – General

• The Bizarre and Surreal

• Reflection and Realization

• Technology and Innovation

(computer manipulation allowed)

• Consumption and Sustainability

Submissions:

In Take: in person Oct. 12, 13, 14

only Bay Centre (unit 228C, ground level

Fort St. entrance, across from Starbucks)

Deadline: Wed. Oct 14, 6pm (no exceptions)

By Mail: CACGV office, 3220 Cedar Hill Rd.

Cedar Hill Rec. Centre, Victoria V8P 3Y3.

A juried event, winners will be revealed at a free public reception at the Bay Centre Oct. 28. All the entries will remain on display at the Community Arts Council’s Bay Centre space through Nov. 18.

Winners will be selected by an independent panel with the winners showcased at the CAC Gallery, at the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre, and featured in the November issue of Monday magazine.

The competition is limited to amateur photographers. Find entry guidelines online at

mondaymag.com/contests or cacgv.ca

 

 

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