Thursday, March 12, 2009

The Carolinas II: Community Photography Contest & Exhibit

Black Creek Arts Council and the Friends of Hartsville Memorial Library will be hosting their second annual community photography contest and exhibit in July. The Carolinas II will debut at the Hartsville Library and the Black Creek Arts Center with an opening reception and gallery crawl on July 9th from 5 - 8pm.

2008 Winner:
The Charleston Bridge by Mary Margaret Porter

To enter the contest, simply bring your photo(s) to the Arts Center between June 22nd and July 2nd. Three entries per person are allowed and the prices are: $15 for the first entry, $25 for two, and $30 for three. A discount of $5 will be given to Friends of the Hartsville Memorial Library and Members of Black Creek Arts Council.

All photographs will be considered in the Best of Show Category and will be entered in one of the following categories: Images of Darlington County, Photographers 18 & Under, Small Photos (dimensions smaller than 11 x 14), and Large Photos (dimensions 11 x 14 and larger). One winner and two honorable mentions will be given per category. One People's Choice Award will be voted on by visitors at each display location.

The above photo, taken at Kalmia Gardens, is an example of an image of Darlington County.
(image by Mary Margaret Porter)

The Images of Darlington County Category is new for the 2009 Contest. The category is intended to get entries of images that represent important landmarks, buildings, places, etc that make Darlington County special. The contest is open to anyone who lives, works, or creates in Darlington County. All photos must be taken in North or South Carolina.

For more information, contact Bruce Douglas at the Arts Center, 843.332.6234.

Another recognizable Darlington County image: A look across Prestwood Lake at Sonoco.

(image by Johnny Payne)

1 comment:

D said...

I would really like you to exhibit Johnny Payne's photographs once again as a tribute in his memory since his recent death.
If that is possible please advertise on H.Today and the Chamber Connection. Thanks for considering this.