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My Atlanta Exhibition - 2014
This event is free and open to the public
Saturday September 27th from 10:00am – 1pm
All photographers of all ages are invited to hang their best photo in the Piedmont Park Community Center!

Saturday October 4th - open to the public (for viewing) from 10am – 1pm
Saturday October 11th – CLOSED
Saturday October 18th - open to the public (for viewing) from 10am – 1pm
Saturday October 25th – photographs are removed this day 10am – 1pm

This is an opportunity for photographers of all ages and with all levels of experience to exhibit their work and to compete for prizes. You are invited explore the theme of Embracing Diversity and to hang your best photo! The general public, Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools and Senior Centers are all encouraged to participate.

Prizes will be awarded in nine categories
Critic’s Choice, Viewer’s Choice, Best Use of Color, Best Use of Black and White, Best High School
Youth under 12 (1st, 2nd and 3rd place)
Teen 13 -18 (1st, 2nd and 3rd place)
Adult (1st, 2nd and 3rd place)
Senior (1st, 2nd and 3rd place)
Photographs must be hung on Saturday September 27th between 10am and 1pm, and must be picked up on Saturday October 25th between 10am and 1pm. Please bring photographs 11 x 14 or smaller. Framed photographs are not allowed.

Sponsored by the Piedmont Park Conservancy, The showcase School, the City of Atlanta Department of Parks and Recreation, Creative Loafing and One Region. This event happened alongside Piedmont Park’s green market, allowing for a dynamic audience experience.

Piedmont Park Community Center
1071 Piedmont Avenue (Park Entrance at 12th street)
Atlanta, GA 30309

THEME for 2014 is Embracing Diversity:
Photographs submitted for the Embracing Diversity theme should communicate the significance of embracing cultural or religious differences. Photographs should celebrate religious, cultural or ethnic diversity within your community or school and highlight the importance of reaching across cultural, religious or ethnic boundaries. Photographs may communicate the beauty found in the diversity of the Greater Atlanta area. Photographs might portray the people, places and spaces that represent diversity to inspire an audience to embrace diversity and envision a more unified community.

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