Published July 22, 2017
ADA, OKLAHOMA – The Chickasaw Nation will host the second annual 72-hour photography competition Friday, Aug. 18 through Monday, Aug. 21.
The Chickasaw Nation Arts and Humanities Division gives student, amateur and professional photographers from around the world the opportunity to participate in the three-category competition.
Photographers will be given a theme and will have 72 hours to submit their interpretation of the given theme. Judges must receive submissions by 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21.
Each photograph will judged on exposure, contrast and color, focus and depth of field, framing and composition, artistry, originality and execution of the theme. Last year’s theme was unity, and 8-year-old Chickasaw citizen, Xylan Wallace, was selected Best of Show.
Photographers may enter two photos. Digital editing technology, such as Photoshop or Light Box, is not permitted.
The competition is open to the public. More than $1,900 in prize money will be awarded.
An application and full list of rules and guidelines are located at www.chickasaw.net. The application and a $30 entry fee are due by Aug. 11.
The Chickasaw Nation Arts and Humanities Division will host an awards reception Friday, Sept. 8 at the arts and humanities building. Photographs will be on display Sept. 8-Oct. 20 at the Chokma’si Gallery in Ada, Oklahoma.
For more information, contact James Wallace at [email protected] or (580) 272-5520.
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