Submit your winter photos by February 27!
More about Frost:
It is safe to say, this has been a winter of surprises, with temperatures plummeting well below what we usually expect for this region and snowfall far above. This cold is actually at the heart of our upcoming exhibition, Frost. We’re thrilled to welcome two Philadelphia artists to take on winter with a show that runs from February 15 – April 18. Amie Potsic and Nancy Agati delve into the meaning of winter through a mixture of photography, sculpture, and drawing. An opening reception on March 1 at 4 pm offers a chance for the public to see the artwork and meet the artists.
In winter, patterns emerge from the harsh relief of cold temperatures and heavy snow which illuminate the relationship between us and the changing environment we live in. Potsic explains, “I find winter to be particularly seductive as it simultaneously highlights the stark beauty of our environment’s dormant cycle while hinting at the potential growth of spring.” Agati’s work, exploring the ephemeral through use of natural materials, emphasizes the cyclical patterns of the natural world. Agati writes eloquently about the details that are highlighted by winter: “Working in the studio while the snow falls – again. Linear patterns are further defined as I notice the stark contrast of branches against a pallid backdrop.”
Now, it’s your turn to be a part of it: Take your camera outdoors and capture this remarkable winter!
Come out to the Opening Reception for Frost, on March 1 at 4 pm, to see photos submitted to the contest. The three photo contest winners will each receive a special handmade Schuylkill Center mug.
The rules are simple:
- The photo must have been taken this winter
- The photo must be taken in the Philadelphia area
- The photo must be outdoors or feature the outdoors
- The photo must be your own creation and its publication may not violate the rights of any third party
- Photos must be submitted by 5pm on February 27.
- No explicit or offensive photos. The Schuylkill Center reserves the right to determine whether a photo is explicit or offensive.
- By submitting a photo, you grant the Schuylkill Center non-exclusive rights to reproduce your image. You maintain copyright and you will be credited.
- Winners will be chosen by a panel of Schuylkill Center staff.
How to Submit a Photo:
- Email your photo to our Public Relations Manager, Anna, at email@example.com with the subject line “How Do You See Nature”
- Tweet your photo to @SchuylkillCtr, #HowDoYouSeeNature
- Post your photo on the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education Facebook page
We look forward to finding out how you see nature – submit a photo now!