The Golden Triangle BID Contest: No Spectators: Beyond the Renwick

By Editorial Team on September 19, 2018

Deadline: Sun, 30 September 2018

Courtesy of The Golden Triangle BID.
Deadline: Sunday, September 30

The Golden Triangle BID is host to six public artworks in their parks and streets through a partnership with the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery for the outdoor exhibition No Spectators: Beyond the Renwick. This month they invite you to snap a picture of the outdoor art and enter* it for a chance to win exciting prizes. Post the photo on Instagram, tag/follow them @GoldenTriangleDC and use #NoSpectatorsPhoto and they will choose a winner after the deadline on September 30.

The categories, judges and prizes are as follows:

  • Best Overall Photo judged by Artist and Photographer Lisa Ferguson
    Prize: HYBYCOZO Tabletop Light Sculpture Replica
  • Best Pet Photo judged by Professional Cat Photographer Andrew Marttila
    Prize: Cats on Catnip by Andrew Marttila and a personalized pet portrait by Becca Kallem
  • Best Work Team Photo judged by Golden Triangle BID Executive Director Leona Agouridis
    Prizes: Coffee, Cookies and Crafts at Shop Made in DC for you and up to ten coworkers

So grab your camera, or smart phone, and your pet, or coworkers, and use this opportunity to “radically self-express” alongside the Beyond the Renwick pieces.

*By entering this contest, you warrant that the photo is your original artwork, that no one else has any claim of ownership, that all individuals who appear in the photo have granted permission for use of their images and that we have permission to use your photo to promote the contest and the Golden Triangle BID.  By entering, you are granting Golden Triangle BID a perpetual license for your photo to be published on its website and on all social media accounts controlled by Golden Triangle BID, along with the rights to use, republish, edit and/or modify your photo for use in perpetuity, with no further compensation, notice, review, or consent. You will retain the copyright, if any.

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