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CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY!

CLASSIFICATIONS

Adult

Junior (Under 18 years old)

Note: Photographers who derive at least one-tenth of their income from the sale and/or teaching of photography are not eligible for this contest.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Adult Entry Fee – $20 per photograph – no limit on the number of photographs entered

Junior Entry Fee – $10 per photograph – no limit on the number of photographs entered

  • Must be the first time photographs have been entered in this contest and they must have been taken after September 1, 2021.
  • Entry form AND photo(s) must be received by August 26, 2022.
  • Photos will be accepted for delivery ONLY (10 am– 5pm) Tuesday – Friday, (10am– 2pm) Saturday.
  • Mail or deliver your entry form and payment (check payable to): Monroe Arts Center, P.O. Box 472; Monroe, WI 53566.
  • Monroe Arts Center receives 35% commission on any photograph sold while on exhibit.

NOTE: Exhibition space is limited.  Monroe Arts Center reserves the right to limit number of entrants and/or photographs.

AWARDS

Adult Classification

  • $125 – Best of Show
  • $75 – 2nd Place
  • $50 – 3rd Place
  • $25 – 4th Place

Ribbon Awards 5th & 6th Place and Honorable Mention Ribbons

Junior   Classification

  • $50 – Best of Show
  • $30 – 2nd Place
  • $25 – 3rd Place
  • $20 – 4th Place

Ribbon Awards 5th & 6th Place and Honorable Mention Ribbons

2022 Photography Contest Judge – Brian Wolfe

The judge for this year’s Photography Contest is Brian Wolfe, noted Hudson Valley photographer, Wolfe has spent over 30 years working at one of New York’s finest sculpture, custom prop and thermoforming shops. His work can be seen in the films Confessions of a Shopaholic, Bride Wars, Taking Chance, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Year One. His work on Broadway work includes The Addams Family, In the Heights, Ragtime, Shrek, Tale of Two Cities, Young Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, Sunset Boulevard, Cats, Spamalot, Into the Woods, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Finding Nemo, White Christmas, South Pacific, Wonderland, The Producers, Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular and many more.

Wolfe, who was born and raised in Newburgh, CT, is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Connecticut. He grew up taking photos with his own darkroom to process film. Switching to pursue his theater career instead after college, Wolfe ultimately returned to photography later in life. Whether it’s Hudson Valley landscapes, dance, fantasy, street photography or portraits, Wolfe has an eye for how to capture the region and its people in his unique way.

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