RANDOLPH, NJ – Madison High School students with an eye for photography can capture a chance to win prizes and recognition at the sixth annual statewide County College of Morris photo contest.
Student photographers can submit photos that represent their personal definition of “turbulent times,” the theme of this year’s contest.
Turbulence is often characterized as a state of conflict disorder or confusion. Photos can demonstrate disorder in the formal sense by organizing the compositional elements of the piece in an untraditional way or can be representations of violent weather, political conflict and personal confusion.
The works of contest winners, honorable mentions and finalists will be featured in a May art exhibition at the college’s art and design gallery that will also include pieces shot by CCM students.
Photographers can submit their works now through April 14, 2018 at midnight. There is no limit to the number of entries accepted.
Contestants should join the “CCM Photo Club Competition” Facebook page to receive news and announcements and vote for the Popularity Award photo. The piece that receives the most likes wins the award. Voting begins at midnight on April 22.
All winners will be announced at the start of the exhibition, scheduled for some time in May, though no formal date has yet been announced. Finalists for first, second and third place will be notified on April 22.
To enter the photo contest online, click here.
To enter by mail, send prints or digital files to County College of Morris Photography Department, EH 110, 214 Center Grove Rd., Randolph, NJ 07869-2086.
Be sure to include contact information with each submission. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.