SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) – Two winners have been introduced within the Golden Lens, a pictures competitors being held by Bossier Parish Neighborhood School and Prize Basis.
On Feb. 23, Prize Basis and Bossier Parish Neighborhood School introduced the winners of the Golden Lens Images Competitors.
- $750 grand prize winner is Megan Murphy’s “Lodge Alley”
- $250 Folks’s Alternative winner is Kevey Johnson’s “Tremendous Mario Downtown”
The awards have been introduced earlier this month at Central ARTSTATION in downtown Shreveport. The occasion went from concept to actuality final fall, BPCC Images Teacher
Jennifer Robinson was the visionary of the Golden Lens.
“I’ve labored as an official Prizefest photographer for a number of years and requested many instances if there would ever be a photograph prize, they have been simply ready for the appropriate time,” Robison defined.
The competitors was open for anybody that wished to enter so long as the pictures have been made in the course of the two weeks of Prizefest and created in Caddo or Bossier Parish. All submissions went on to a panel, which checked eligibility. 23 items have been chosen to be included within the exhibition.
“Golden Lens is a chance for every type of photographers to fulfill one another and push inventive boundaries,” Robison mentioned. “Successful isn’t receiving the trophy or a verify, however the feeling of belonging to a gaggle of supportive creatives.”
Robinson says the competitors was profitable and that they’ve already began planning subsequent yr’s occasion.
Exhibiting artists have been Jacob Mitchell, Ikron Alexander, Hannah Fulton, Joshua Mokry, Kendall Clay, Kevey Johnson, Megan Murphy, Megan Scogin, Paul Belcher, Naomi Hannis, Sydney Michel, Deborah Lillie, P. Michael LeBlanc, Carol Document, Kermit C Burns, Daphne Blount, Mason Cullen, and Emmanuel Tice.
Gregory Kallenberg, Govt Director and Founding father of the Prize Basis, matched Robison’s enthusiasm for the inaugural occasion.
“The spirit and the power of this occasion and the individuals who attended confirmed me that the Golden Lens is an ideal match for all we try to construct on the Prize Basis. Our objective is to create a world-class group of inventive entrepreneurs who can create collectively in our neighborhood,” says Gregory Kallenberg, government director and founding father of the Prize Basis. “We’re proud to have photographers be part of the Prize Household of filmmakers, musicians, vogue designers, and our different shiny spirits. Viva Golden Lens.”
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