The third annual Wake Forest Photography Contest is open for submissions from faculty, staff and students at Wake Forest and at UNC School of the Arts. The contest began as a celebration of the beauty of Wake’s campus in the fall and has evolved into a general photography contest that allows any subject.
The contest, which had more than 300 submissions last year, is run by The Media, a student-led organization.
In early November, a panel of judges will select the top photos that demonstrate exceptional skill, creativity and artistic ability.
The first-place winner will receive a prize worth $200 with a signed thank-you card from Provost Rogan Kersh. The winning entry will be printed on a vinyl banner which will hang on Reynolda Hall overlooking Hearn Plaza. The second-place winner will receive a prize worth $150, the third-place winner will receive a prize worth $75, and all other finalists will receive prizes worth $15.