Ripple Effects Student Photo Workshop: The Boathouse at Waterfront Park

Area kids and families are invited to participate in one of three remaining photography workshops being offered this month in conjunction with the annual Ripple Effects Student Photo Contest. Presented by local professional photographers, workshops include a short visual presentation explaining the Ripple Effects contest and the basics of photography, followed by a trip outside to photograph the surroundings in early evening light before the sun sets.

Monday, May 20, 6:30 PM - The Boathouse at Waterfront Park

The workshops are FREE for kids & families, but space is limited. Register online at LFPL.org/PhotoContest. Participants should bring their own camera or phone.

 

About the Ripple Effects Photo Contest

The Ripple Effects Photo Contest invites K-12 students in our community to capture images of what water means to them. What is most beautiful about water in our community? What water-related problems do we need to address? How do we use, recreate in, and interact with water? The contest is open to all students in Kentuckiana, including counties on both sides of the Ohio River. Submissions are due by August 3 (one photo per student) and cash prizes will be awarded for the best photographs in four age categories (kindergarten through 2nd grade, 3rd through 5th grade, middle school, and high school). Winning images will once again be displayed at the Kentucky State Fair. For complete rules and registration, go to LFPL.org/PhotoContest.

 

The Ripple Effects Photo Contest is presented by the Louisville Free Public LibraryKentucky Association for Environmental EducationKentucky Division of WaterKentucky Center for African American HeritageKentucky Waterways Alliance, University of LouisvilleLouisville Water CompanyWaterfront ParkMSDLouisville Photographic SocietyLouisville Photo Biennial, and River City Paddle Sports.

 

Special thanks to the Kentucky Waterways Alliance, Louisville Photographic Society, Louisville Water Company, Friends of the Waterfront, and individual donors to the Library Foundation for helping fund this year’s contest. 

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