Geelong by Nature

P Morrison

The National Wool Museum is again hosting the Geelong by Nature photography competition and is inviting photographers of all ages and abilities to put the focus on nature and show us life through your lens.

Photographers are welcome to submit an original photograph showcasing our local wildlife, with all entries on show at the NWM from 14 January to 14 May 2017.

Winners and a highly commended will be chosen in two categories: Open and Young Photographer (17 years-old and under).

Judging this year are:

Michael Brand (Educator - Gordon Graphic Design and Visual Arts departments of the Gordon TAFE)  

Diane Luscombe (Senior Waterways and Wetlands Officer at the City of Greater Geelong, She has been a keen amateur photographer 35 + years)

Dr Anne Wilson (Lecturer, Art and Performance, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University)

Dr Sean Loughrey (PhD at Victorian College of the Arts & Music, University of Melbourne and has been involved in exhibitions and collaborative projects for artist-run spaces and publicly funded galleries since 1988)

R Misquitta (Barwon River Duck)

How to enter

Upload your entry to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Your entry must include:

Your full name, email address, postal address and contact number [age if entering Young Photographer].

One high quality digital image, between 1-2MB, as a JPEG or TIFF file.

Entries Close: 1 January 2017

Winner Announced: 14 January 2017 – at the launch of Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition

Exhibition dates: 14 January 2017 – 14 May 2017

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