This contest has ended and photos from the contest are now on exhibit at our retail store (CameraMall, 2275 W Stadium Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI 48103).

We invite you to enter our Summer photo contest! Express yourself, and win up to $100 in CameraMall bucks! We are partnering with The Argus Museum and The Washtenaw County Historical Society, to bring you “How Far Have We Come?” A photo contest and juried photography exhibition. 

The theme of this contest was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, allowing women the right to vote and in conjunction with the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters 2020 women’s suffrage movement commemoration, which is especially poignant this election year. We ask artists to examine the progress, or lack of it, not just of women but all humans who continue to be discriminated against.

The topic has become increasing more relevant these past couple months, and we want to encourage all photographers to speak up, enter their photos and show us what life currently looks like. While we are commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, it’s clear that the suffrage movement is not over. We are looking forward to seeing all of your powerful images and encourage you to write an artist statement as well as donate to the Ann Arbor Argus Museum, a non-profit in the original building in which Argus cameras were manufactured.

Some entries will be selected for the photo exhibition Sept 5th and winners will be announced at the end of September. The Photos will stay up in the gallery from September through December.

All participating photographers are asked to make a donation to the Argus Museum, a non-profit organization. Follow the link to donate.

http://washtenawhistory.org/index.php?section=home&content=donate

We will select three category winners and a grand prize (Professional, Enthusiast, Student.) - prizes include CameraMall Gift Cards as well as free weekend lens rentals. More Information about prizes, categories & rules are on the entry form, above the ENTER button.