We are looking for photography for the North West Photo Fest Exhibition
Register and share your photo for our
Each year the Annual North West Photo Fest officially opens with a photo exhibition. The North West Photo Fest celebrates, promotes and explores the challenges of photography, and supports tourism in Kitimat and the northwest region.
The theme for this year’s North West Photo Fest is ‘The Wilderness around Us’, and whether you are a beginner or professional photographer, we invite you to share your photo in a community show.
The North West Photo Fest exhibition runs from Thursday, August 9 to Saturday, September 8, 2018. Sign up by filling out the Call for Entry registration form. The Deadline to register is Friday, July 27, 2018. There is no entry fee to participate in the photo exhibition; however, other Photo Fest events may require a fee; visit www.northwestphotofest for more details.
As everyone today carries a camera from a mobile phone to a professional model, photography is more accessible than ever and can bring people from the Northwest together. Whether you are a beginner or professional photographer, we invite you to share your photo in this community show at City Centre Mall, Thursday, August 9 to Saturday, September 8, 2018.
Sign up by filling out the Call for Entry registration form. The deadline to register is Friday, July 27, 2018. Once you have registered for this free event, you may want to participate in some of the other Photo Fest events – workshops, photo walks, and photo adventures. The fees are very reasonable at two $25 ($10 for students) for the weekend events and July outings for $12-15 each. There will also be a free toy photography session. Watch www.northwestphotofest for more details.
Two sizes of frames are available but limited, so if you require, please email Angela Eastman at the time of registration for details.
To register, email, mail or hand-deliver your North West Photo Fest entry form to:
Kitimat Museum & Archives
293 City Centre
Kitimat BC V8C 1T6
For more information contact the Museum at 250-632-8950.