The National Museum of Transportation calls all amateur photographers to submit five photos of the Museum’s artifact collection to the Pixens and Pistel Photo contest. You have to send the photos taken between January 1, 2019, to July 31, 2021. All the entries are to be sent by e-mail and include your contact information during submissions. The deadline to submit the photos is July 31, 2021. No entries received after the deadline will be valid. Also, touching, altering, or disrupting the museum property is not allowed.
This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your creative and imaginative photography talent. You can get a whole new perspective towards things from behind the lens. The 12 winners will be selected and featured in The National Museum of Transportation’s 2022 Highlights of the Collection Catalog. The catalog has a broad audience which will give an abundant reach to your work. The chance can be a life-changer for amateur photographers.
The National Museum of Transportation was established in 1944. For the past 80 years, the museum and the staff have worked to curate the largest collection of its kind in the world. They aim to be the leader in protecting and interpreting North America’s transportation heritage.
Refer to the table below for further details:
|Organization||The National Museum of Transportation|
|Number of Awards||12|
|Application Deadline||July 31, 2021|
Who is Eligible?
All the amateur photographers are allowed to take part in the contest. To be eligible for the competition, the submitted photos should be captured between January 1, 2019, and July 31, 2021.
How to Apply?
To participate in the contest, follow the stated guidelines:
- Photos should be of the Museum’s artefact collection.
- Photos must be taken between January 1, 2019, to July 31, 2021.
- Up to five photos are allowed for submission at email@example.com
- While submitting, include your contact information.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your unique photography skills and gain a new perspective of imagination. The contest will award 12 winners with a Conductor level membership to TNMOT and the 2022 Highlights of the Collection Catalog. The Museum gains a wide range of audience, which will lead to a broad reach of your work. As an amateur, you should keep trying your luck, and you never know what can be a life-changer for you.
The last date to submit your photograph is July 31, 2021. No photos received after the deadline will be valid.