September 26, 2004 > Fremont Cultural Arts Council Hosts Annual Juried Photographic Exhibit
Fremont Cultural Arts Council Hosts Annual Juried Photographic Exhibit
by imon Chen
Each year, the FCAC sponsors an opportunity for local talented photographers to show their best work to the Tri-City community. This year, the "juried" exhibit will display over one hundred of the almost two hundred photographs submitted for judging. Many have helped behind the scenes to make this a successful show including the City of Fremont and the Fremont Library Staff, especially Angela Yang.
Judging is based on Artistic Expression, Originality, Degree of Difficulty and Technical aspects. The judges for this year are:
Alison Brooks, A professional photographer and owner of a professional darkroom called "The Negative Space". She has been teaching and judging photography for many years. Alison is also a board member and past president for Northern California Council of Camera Clubs.
Kenna Mawk, an amateur photographer for over 12 years and believes the photograph represents an art form and is the personal expression of the individual. She has been judging photographic competitions for many years.
Tara Gill, is an award-winning freelance photographer with 11 years experience. She owns and operates Fisheye Photography, a business that offers portraiture, wedding and fine art photography.
Best of Show (First Place)
2nd Place T
Black Necked Stilt
10 Merit Awards (in alphabetical sequence of title)
Bodie Car #2
A reception, open to the public, will be held on Friday, October 29th from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in the Fukaya Room, Fremont Main Library, 2400 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont. Photographs will be on display at the library from October 30 - November 24th. For more information, call FCAC (510) 794-7166 or the Fremont Main Library (510) 745-1400