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Waterways: 2021 Photographic Competition at Brigham City Museum of Art and History

Brigham City
Sep. 25 – Nov. 13

 

“Water is life. It forms our world and our lives. It allows us to travel and blocks our paths. It determines where we live and work and what we eat and drink. It is an essential natural resource that people struggle to access and control.Water shapes human culture — our ways of life.”
-Gregory Smoak

An open call photographic competition centered around the them of how water shapes our lives and world, featuring photographs created in the last year and measuring no more than 40 inches long.

Winners
First: Anita Earlie Schley’s “Dementia”
Second: Loni Odenthal Newby’s “Progression”
Third: Cindy McConkie’s “Metamorphosis”

Merit awards: Randy Rapp’s “Lauren 2020,” Michael Goats’ “Creatively Studying,” and Brent Lindsay’s “Restless Landscape.”

Derek Mellus, Utah Film Commission Project Manager, served as jurist.

Brigham City Museum of Art and History
24 North 300 West
Brigham City, UT 84302

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