My East End: Photography Competition

Lindsey
By Lindsey Last edited 96 months ago
My East End: Photography Competition

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Here's something for all you street photographers, photo walkers, Flickr fiends and happy snappers: My East End is a new photography initiative inviting Londoners to document and celebrate the East End: its people, cultures, heritage, and open spaces. Lots of you do this all the time but at the heart of this scheme is a high profile competition with judges we've actually heard of. Most impressively, alongside the inevitable exhibitions, all entries will go into the archives of the Bishopsgate Institute. Your images could be a part of an amazing collection of local photography, building on a great tradition as the first photo studios opened in Stepney in the early 1850s.

If you shoot something special, please share it with us in the Londonist Flickrpool.

My East End launched on 1st February. You can enter up to 3 images any time between now and 30th April 2010. The competition is open to all in the categories: Professional; Amateur; Young people aged 12 - 17; and Children aged 4 - 11. The winners' exhibition will be at the Geffrye Museum and Four Corners film and photography centre in July 2010. There's also a raft of talks, courses and workshops about local history and photography, more of which can be found on www.myeastend.org.uk.

Last Updated 10 February 2010