Education Outreach photo by Dale Aspy, GNPA
Joint GNPA, CNC, and RFAA Contest/Exhibit at the Chattahoochee Nature Center
“2021 Double Vision”
Georgia Nature Photographers Association (GNPA) will partner with the Chattahoochee Nature Center (CNC) and the Roswell Fine Arts Association (RFAA) for the 6th Annual Photo Competition and Exhibit that is to be included as part of the fall Atlanta Celebrates Photography event. The theme is titled Double Vision. Twenty-four (24) images will be selected in the contest to be exhibited in the CNC River Resource Gallery in Roswell, Georgia. These same images will be interpreted by artists from the RFAA. When brought to the CNC for hanging, the photographic image and the artist’s interpretation will be hung side-by-side…thus the theme name Double Vision.
This Contest/Exhibit is open to all members of GNPA. If you are not a GNPA member, join today (http://www.gnpa.org). The entry fee for this Contest/Exhibit is $5/image. Entry for the contest will be through the GNPA website. Sign-in to the Member Home page and look for the announcement and link below your member badge.
Images must have been taken in Georgia or contiguous states. There is no restriction on when the photo was taken. Entries can be any nature subject. There are 3 categories for entry: macro, landscape, and wildlife. Full details of the contest are described on the website. Framing specifications are available here. Twelve images will be selected to hang on the Wall using 22” x 28” frames. The twelve images selected for the Grids will use 16” x 20” frames. For questions, contact Kathy Aspy ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Eric Bowles ( email@example.com )
· Submissions: June 5 – June 27, 2021 (11:59 p.m.)
· June 30, 2021: Photographers with selected photos will be notified.
· September 1, 2021: Framed and matted prints must be delivered.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center is a private, non-profit environmental education facility in Roswell, Georgia. The Chattahoochee Nature Center has as its mission to connect people with nature. It does this by focusing on educational outreach through the use of live flora and fauna. The Chattahoochee Nature Center also conducts educational programs and activities to inform its visitors about the natural environment.
Georgia Nature Photographers support CNC’s mission by donating photographs of activities at a few specific events at the Chattahoochee Nature Center when requested by them. This provides volunteer photographers a controlled environment with a specific shot list for each occasion to photograph guests
For more information about CNC, including the types of events we provide, how to submit photos or videos, and photo submission guidelines contact GNPA’s partner rep Dale Aspy at firstname.lastname@example.org.