Evolve your imagery: the Peninsula Photography Contest is back!
Show off your photography in our annual local competition and get noticed around the region for your photo skills. Deadline is March 25th.
SF Peninsula photographers of all ages and skill levels who live, work or attend school within the 650 area code are invited to submit entries for six different visual categories:
- The Natural World
Winning photos and those selected for exhibition will be displayed at the Palo Alto Art Center from May 21 to June 23, 2019. A reception for the winners will be held at the Palo Alto Art Center on May 23, 2019.
Winning photos will also be displayed at the Palo Alto Art Center, in the Palo Alto Weekly and on The Six Fifty. Top winners will also receive cash prizes for their work.
Deadline is March 25th
More information on rules and entry guidelines: www.peninsulacontest2019.artcall.org
About The Six Fifty
We’re an online magazine founded by local Peninsula journalists to explore the life, culture and ideas within our curious corner of California: the 6–5–0 area code (yeah, now you got it). We’re also a bit photo obsessed! Check out some of our photo spreads & related visual coverage below.
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