04 Aug Photography Competition
The National Print Museum and Canon are delighted to announce a photography competition.
The new exhibition at the Museum is entitled A photographic celebration of the Chapel and features work of photographers Kate Swift, Mark Henderson and Ruth Carden. The Chapel is a collective term for members of a print union. At the National Print Museum, the term refers to the group of active retired printers and compositors that are dedicated to preserving the
craft of letterpress printing.
Inspired by this exhibition, the theme of the photography competition is – dedication. This can be in interpreted in any way you choose! All we ask is that you post the photo on social
media (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram), tag the Museum and use the hashtag #dedication
The winning photograph will go on display at the National Print Museum and the winner will be presented with a Canon SELPHY QX10 Printer – perfect for when you want to print memories from a smartphone and present them in a unique and creative way!
Closing date 31 August 2020
Terms and conditions
Competition: The National Print Museum Photography Competition, in association with Canon.
Invitees: Entries are invited from all (all ages, all levels of photography).
Deadline: 31 August at noon.
Format: To enter you must tag the Museum on social media and use the hashtag #dedication. This is a social media competition and entries will not be accepted by email.
Prize: The winning photograph will go on display at the National Print Museum and the winner will be presented with a Canon SELPHY QX10 Printer
Copyright: The copyright of the photograph remains with the author. The National Print Museum and Canon will have the right to publish the photographs for one year from the closing date.
Fee: There is no fee for entry.
Feedback: No feedback will be provided.
Original work only.
Entry to the competition implies acceptance of these terms of conditions.