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Photos from the opening reception for the North West Photo Fest exhibition. The Wilderness Around us by northwest local photographers combined with award-winning photos from 2017 from the News Photographers Association of Canada. The Exhibit is at the Kitimat Museum & Archives until September 8, 2018.
Thanks to Bandstra Transportation Systems, the News Photographers Association of Canada and Ali Ledgerwood for making Kitimat part of the NPAC national tour.
North West Photo Fest 2018 presents a selection of the best of Canadian photojournalism in the year 2017.
The exhibit of these prize winning photographs can be seen, along with the local exhibit, The Wilderness Around Us, at the Kitimat Museum & Archives from August 9 to September 8, 2018.
Join us for the opening reception at the museum, Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 7:30 pm.
The News Photographers Association of Canada winners of its annual National Pictures of the Year 2017 recognize the excellence represented in submissions by Canada’s outstanding photojournalists whose compelling images collectively represented a spectacular body of work.
Photographers use their cameras as tools of exploration, documentation and ultimately, as instruments of change. Over 2,000 images were submitted for consideration by Canada’s premier photojournalist competition, the National Pictures of the Year (NPOY) awards. They are a testament to the ideal that photography matters—now more than ever.
Audiences in Vancouver, Toronto, Saguenay and most recently Duncan, BC. have loved this exhibit. There are plans for the exhibit to travel to Calgary, Winnipeg and Ottawa as part of their photo festivals.
This exhibit made possible by NPAC, Bandstra Transportation Systems Ltd. and the Kitimat Museum & Archives.
The News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC) celebrates and champions quality and ethical photography in journalism. Through a variety of efforts, the association challenges its members to better themselves and to continually raise the bar of industry standards.
From workshops and monthly clip contests, to discussion forums and portfolio critiques, the non-profit and volunteer-run association strives to provide support for its members, both the experienced professional and the student who will become tomorrow’s professional.
Northwestern British Columbia's celebration of photography, Kitimat, BC