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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Deadline to submit photos for preservation month photo contest, April 8

Indiana DNR Release:

The 7th annual historic preservation month photo contest deadline is April 8. The division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology is working with history/preservation organizations and local governments in Bloomington, Lafayette, Muncie, Rising Sun, Washington, and Winamac to showcase the photos.

Exhibits will be displayed until May, but may be longer depending on the location. Visitors will see the collection of great photos accumulated over several years for the photo contest.

Here are the guidelines:
- Photographers must fill out entry form for each photo and attach to photo
- Subject of image must be in Indiana and be at least 50 years old
- Images can be black and white or color and should be taken within the last 2 years
- Images must be 8x10 prints, mounted or matted on or with a white 11x14 matte board
- Each photographer can enter up to three images

For more information and the entry form, go to

Submit entries to:

Historic Preservation Month Photo Contest
Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology
402 W. Washington St., Rm. W274
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739

Photographs will be judged by a panel consisting of representatives from the DNR, other preservationists, and photographers.

Images will not be returned. They may be used for office displays and promotions for the photo contest, Historic Preservation Month and historic preservation. Photos will not be used in for-profit publications.

1 comment:

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