Tuesday, September 30, 2014

guelPhonography - the top 20 of 2014


Friday night was fabulous! 

We announced the winning submissions in the Guelphlandia, Visit Guelph and Downtown Guelph categories, and awarded the grand prize for “best in show” at Guelph Civic Museum. According to Museum staff, over 200 people attended the event... wow!

Our friends Photo Media Decor printed the top 20 contest entries on aluminum, wood or plexi-glass and they look amazing! We had musical performances by Tannis Slimmon, cupcakes from Sweet Temptations and refreshments from Live Kombucha.

Congratulations to the following phoneographers:


Ewen Lewis - Best in Show
Dan Gillis - Downtown Guelph category winner
Vicky Abrams-Ogg - Guelphlandia category winner
Cynthia Kinnunen - Visit Guelph category winner

The complete list of winners is on our website at guelphonography.ca.


What's next?


The guelPhonography exhibit will be at Atmosphere Cafe + etc from September 30 to November 30. 

Winning phoneographers are welcome to pickup their prints at Guelph Tourism Services in City Hall starting December 1.

Stay tuned for monthly guelPhonography challenges and news about guelPhonography 2015 on twitter, facebook and guelphonography.ca.

Thank you!


Thanks to everyone who entered the contest and the wonderful people and businesses who contributed prizes and refreshments.

Thanks also to our lead sponsor, Photo Media Decor, the staff at Guelph Civic Musuem, and my awesome team members / volunteers - Marshall Bell, Jen Rafter and Stacey Hare for helping to make this year's contest and event a huge success. 

Kim

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