This exhibition features the 36 final images selected from 3,955 entries submitted by high school photography students from Washington state. It is the largest event of its kind in the United States.
This annual event was formed back in the 1980ís by a group of high school photography instructors hoping to elevate student photography. Today, it remains largely a volunteer effort with many photography instructors and students devoting time throughout the year to ensure its success. Our goal is to provide a prestigious public platform for student photographic art. Museum Quality Framing professionally mats and frames all images in this exhibition as a gift to the students. You can view past years online at Kenmore Camera.
The judges for the 2013 exhibit are Ann Palleson, Gallery Director of the Photographic Center Northwest; Mel Curtis, a commercial and fine art photographer; and Erin Spencer, Gallery and Program Coordinator at the Photographic Center Northwest. They graciously donated their time and expertise to select images. Sponsors include Museum Quality Framing, Kenmore Camera, Canon, the Photographic Center Northwest, Jones Soda, and the Seattle Sounders FC.