100 Views of Canberra - entries have now closed

2012-07-04 12:00
2012-11-30 16:00
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With more than a reverential nod to Katsushika Hokusai and his 100 Views of Mt Fuji, PhotoAccess is pleased to announce its major Centenary of Canberra project, 100 Views of Canberra.

Supported by the ACT Government’s Community Centenary Initiatives Fund, 100 Views of Canberra is a project inviting Canberra region photographers to submit images showing Canberra in all of its guises—the public face, the homely, the grungy, the youthful and everything that makes our vibrant contemporary city tick.

100 images by 100 photographers will be selected for an August 2013 exhibition in the HUW DAVIES GALLERY at the Manuka Arts Centre accompanied by a high quality book.

Entries will be received from 9 July to 30 November 2012.

Terms and conditions and instructions for submitting entries, including image requirements, are in the 100 Views of Canberra information sheet you can download here.

Entry is free but entrants must be or become PhotoAccess members and agree to comply with the PhotoAccess Constitution and Code of Conduct. If you are not a current member you will need to apply for membership and pay the $20 membership fee at Enrol Now.

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If you are a current member or have applied for membership and paid the membership fee you can submit one image and your brief biography and artist statement by email to 100Views@photoaccess.org.au (copy this address to your email account)

Please put 100 Views of Canberra in the subject line.

We look forward to seeing your take on the Canberra only Canberrans really know.