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Teen Photography Exhibit

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Enjoy the results of the 6th annual teen photo contest on the theme,  “Portraits of Westport.” The winners were selected by local professional photographer Pamela Einarsen. The exhibit will be on display from July 26-September 6 at Suzuki Music School, 246 Post Road East, Westport. (Phone: 203.227.9474)

Left, Winner for 2017 by Seren Becker

 

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Awards Ceremony & Reception: Teen Photography Contest

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Enjoy the results of the 6th annual teen photo contest on the theme,  “Portraits of Westport.” The winners, who were selected by local professional photographer Pamela Einarsen, will be announced. The exhibit will be on display from July 26-September 6 at Suzuki Music School, 246 Post Road East, Westport.

Left, Winner for 2017 by Seren Becker

 

Suzuki Music School
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Teen Photography Contest

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Enter the 6th annual Teen Photography Contest! This year’s theme is “Portraits of Westport.” What represents Westport to you? A picture of the Saugatuck River? An image of a tamale from the Farmer’s Market? Or maybe a photo of your grandmother? Whatever Westport means to you, capture it in a photograph and share it with us!

This contest is open to Fairfield County residents in incoming grades 6-12 (excluding recent graduates). Please fill out our submission form online and email high-resolution* jpgs to westportteenphoto [at] gmail [dot] com. Photos should be titled with "first name last name" format and numbers if submitting more than one photo. Example: "JaneDoe1.jpg.” Maximum of three photographs per student. Winners will be judged by local professional photographer Pamela Einarsen.

Submission deadline is Saturday, July 14. Winners will be notified by Tuesday, July 24 and will be featured in an art show at the Suzuki Music School. The opening reception and awards ceremony will take place at the Suzuki Music School (246 Post Road East, Westport) on Thursday, July 26 from 5-6 pm. The exhibit will be on display from July 26-September 6.

*To submit high-res images from your phone, choose “Actual Size” when emailing. For digital cameras, choose “JPEG-Large” and set the image quality at “FINE.”
 

Left, Winner for 2017 by Seren Becker

 

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Teen Photography Contest Exhibt

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See the winners of the fifth annual Teen Photography Contest which had submissions in the categories of portrait, landscape, abstract, and “transformation.” Photographs were judged by local illustrator/photographer and Artist-in-Residence Miggs Burroughs and are featured in this exhibit in the Great Hall Teen section in July 24-September 5. 

Left, Winner for 2016: Untitled by Michaela Cohen

 

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Award Ceremony & Reception: Teens Photo Contest

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Enjoy the results of the fifth annual Teen Photography Contest.

Display runs July in the Teen section of the Great Hall through September 5. There will be an artist reception and awards ceremony on Monday, July 24 from 5-6 pm in the Great Hall.

Image: Best in Show 2016—Whimsical Endeavors by Gabriella Petrone

 

The Great Hall
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Award Ceremony for Teen Photography Contest

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Meet the winners of the fifth annual Teen Photography Contest which explored the theme of transformation through photography. The entries were judged by local illustrator/photographer and Artist-in-Residence Miggs Burroughs and will be featured in an exhibit in the Riverwalk Hallway through June 29. 

Left, Winner for 2016: Untitled by Michaela Cohen

 

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Teen Photography Contest

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Enter the fifth annual Teen Photography Contest with submissions in the categories of portrait, landscape, abstract, and “transformation.” The contest is open to Fairfield County residents in incoming grades 6-12 (including recent graduates). With a maximum of three photos per student; email high-resolution jpgs to westportteenphoto [at] gmail [dot] com. Photos should be titled with "first name last name" format and numbers if submitting more than one photo (3 max!). Example: "JainaShaw1.jpg"

Entries must be received by Saturday, July 15. Photographs will be judged by local illustrator/photographer and Artist-in-Residence Miggs Burroughs and will be featured in an exhibit in the Great Hall Teen section in July 24-September 5. Winners will be announced at the award ceremony on Monday, July 24 from 5-6 pm. 

Cash prizes will be awarded!

Left, Winner for 2016: Untitled by Michaela Cohen

 

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Artist Reception for the Riverwalk Hallway Exhibit: Teen Photography Contest Entries

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Enter the fourth annual Teen Photography Contest for Fairfield County residents in grades 6-12 (incoming grade). Submissions can be made in the following categories: portrait, landscape, and experimental. Submission deadline is Friday, July 8th. Email high-res images to westportteenphoto [at] gmail [dot] com

Contest will run from June 1-July 8. The entries will be judged by Westport graphic artist and photographer Miggs Burroughs and will appear in an exhibit in the Riverwalk Hallway from July 15 to August 31. There will be an artist reception and awards ceremony on Friday, July 15 from 5-6PM in the Great Hall.

“Untitled” by Emily DeMasoLeft, Winner for 2015: Untitled by Emily DeMaso

 

The Great Hall
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Passage to Cuba: A Visual Journey With Current Travel Guidelines

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Accomplished photojournalist Cynthia Carris Alonso will discuss her experiences and her book, Passage to Cuba: An Up-Close Look at the World's Most Colorful Culture. With access few other have had, Alonso has spent 20 years capturing scenes and stories of Cuba and sharing with those who were barred from Its shores. The program captures, with an “insider’s access and a visitor’s sense of wonder” (Jack Crager, senior contributing editor, American Photo), two starkly different worlds contained within this island nation: the luxurious realm where foreigners flock, and the unseen corners where ordinary citizens dwell away from tourists’ eyes. As an American photographer, accredited journalist, and member of a Cuban family by marriage, Alonso enjoyed rare access. She met and fell in love with her husband while in Cuba, and her embrace of his country shines through. She captures not just luxurious beaches and hotels, but the resilience, passion, struggle, and survival of the Cuban people.

Diane Salvo, operations manager for Tauck, will share details on traveling to Cuba. Community partner: Tauck

Cynthia Carris AlonsoCynthia Carris Alonso has been a photographer and photo editor for more than twenty years, working for publications such as Newsweek, Vanity Fair, Business Week and Time.com, and exhibiting her photographs in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Since the early 1990s, Cynthia has traveled regularly to Cuba, photographing the country’s most famous artists, important news events, and the daily life of the people. In 1992, Cynthia met her future husband in Cuba, and today she lives with him and their daughter in New York City.

McManus Room
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Riverwalk Hallway Exhibit: Teen Photography Contest Entries

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Enter the fourth annual Teen Photography Contest for Fairfield County residents in grades 6-12 (incoming grade). Submissions can be made in the following categories: portrait, landscape, and experimental. Submission deadline is Friday, July 8th. Email high-res images to westportteenphoto [at] gmail [dot] com

Contest will run from June 1-July 8. The entries will be judged by Westport graphic artist and photographer Miggs Burroughs and will appear in an exhibit in the Riverwalk Hallway from July 15 to August 31. There will be an artist reception and awards ceremony on Friday, July 15 from 6-7 pm in the McManus Room.

“Untitled” by Emily DeMasoLeft, Winner for 2015: Untitled by Emily DeMaso

 

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