“A Snapshot of My World” Photo Contest
Submissions accepted January 1 - March 15, 2018
Photographs help portray the world we live in. The Hunter’s permanent collection features artists using photography to document their daily lives, their neighborhoods, and people who are important to them. And this winter, the Hunter presents two exhibitions featuring photographs that capture daily life and use technology to alter reality.
K-12 Students: Now it’s your turn to make an image that will turn our heads! Capture a slice of your world in a photo and submit it below.
Enter a photo in one or both categories: traditional or digitally manipulated photos. To keep it challenging, no selfies!
Winners and honorable mentions will be announced at our April 15 Family Fun Day and will have their work exhibited in the Hunter Museum Education Studio and at the Chattanooga Public Library.
Learn more about our spring exhibitions!
Under the Mexican Sky: A Revolution in Modern Photography
New Media, New Millenium: Digital Art from the Thoma Foundation
The Fine Print: Photographs must be taken by the contestant [no parents, teachers, older siblings]. Children and grandchildren of Hunter Museum employees are not eligible to win. Contestants may only submit one photograph per category. Hunter Museum staff will judge entries based on artistic design and strength of relation to contest theme. One winner and one honorable mention will be chosen for each category in each grade bracket (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12). Photographs should be at least 2MG. Photos that are too low res to print may be disqualified. By submitting entry, guardian agrees to allow the contestant’s photograph, along with the contestant’s first name and grade, to be printed in Hunter Museum publications, on labels accompanying any photographs displayed in public, and on the Hunter Museum website.