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Help Creatively Shape one of the City’s Most Anticipated Events
Pawtucket – Pawtucket calls for suggestions on next year’s photo contest theme. Each year a theme is selected and hundreds of residents, students, and visitors submit entries hoping that their photo is selected to be part of the City’s calendar. The person who submits the winning theme will also be recognized in the calendar.
“Each year I look forward to students and residents capturing the beauty and happenings of our great city,” said Mayor Donald R. Grebien.
“We encourage the community to get involved in this annual event,” said Patricia Zacks, contest coordinator.
Professional photographers will review the submitted entries looking for creativity and a topic that has not been used in previous years. Past themes include:
· Pawtucket's Color Palette(2016)
· Pawtucket: A Different Perspective (2015)
· A Piece of Pawtucket (2014)
· All in a Day’s Work (2013)
· The Four Seasons of Pawtucket (2012)
· Reflections of Pawtucket (2011)
· Faces of Pawtucket (2010)
· Doorways & Gateways in Pawtucket (2009, 2008)
· Paws (or Pause) in Pawtucket (2007)
· Historic Places in Pawtucket (2006)
· Pawtucket People, Places or Things (2005)
· Discovering Pawtucket (2004)
· Taking Pride in Our Neighborhoods (2003)
· Pawtucket Mills: Our Past and Our Future (2000, 2001, 2002)
· Pawtucket: A City in Focus
Following the selection of a theme, the City will announce the details for the annual photo contest. Photos submitted to this celebrated photo contest are exhibited throughout the Pawtucket Arts Festival. All winning photos will be used in next year’s City calendar.
Please submit themes to Patricia Susan Zacks, The Camera Werks, at email@example.com or send to 766 Hope Street, Providence, RI 02906.
The deadline for theme submissions is .
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Patricia Zacks, 401 273-5367
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- Mayor Donald R. Grebien