Sports and Outdoors

Monday, February 9, 2009

Fifth annual historic preservation photo contest starts

Indiana Department of Natural Resources Release:

Photographers with an eye for the many historic preservation highlights of Indiana have until April 15 to submit entries for the 5th annual Historic Preservation Month photo contest.
The contest is an annual highlight of Historic Preservation Month, which is held every May.
Each photographer can submit up to three photos. Each image should be identified with the name, location and description of the subject. Entries also must include the photographer’s name and contact information. For contest requirements and entry form, see
Students have an added incentive to enter. The school class with the most participants will get a free tour of the Indiana Statehouse and Monument Circle in Indianapolis.
Winning images will be printed in Preserving Indiana (the Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology's newsletter) and placed on the division’s Web site. Photos will be displayed in the Indiana Statehouse, the Indianapolis Artsgarden, and the Indiana University-Southeast Library in New Albany in May 2009.
For more information, call Amy Walker (317) 232-1647 or

No comments: