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High School Photography Contest

January 29, 2011

Winning high school photograph of junk yard

More than 1600 photographs were submitted by over 500 high school students in 34 states for our annual High School Photography contest.  The contest was open to any high school student in America utilizing any photographic process (black/white, color, silver prints, digital prints and historical processes).  142 works will be exhibited January 29th – February 26th at the Photography Facility Gallery on the fourth floor of the Paul Peck Problem Solving & Research Academic Building (101 North 33rd Street).  An opening reception will be held Saturday, January 29th at the gallery from 1-3 PM.

This year's submissions were the most we've ever received.  For a decade the photography program has run the contest and, in that time, has received over 10,000 submissions from high schools in every state and territory in America.  It is a landmark contest, as no other college offers a high school contest.

The contest allows our faculty to identify top high school talent from across America and support the efforts of high students and teachers.  Click here for more information on the contest and to see the winners.