Telluride Arts: Cellscape Photo Contest

Telluride Arts Pesents Gallery 81435 exhibit opening: Cellscape Photo Contest, curated by Megan Valanidas

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A cell scape is a landscape photo made using a cell/smart phone. A cell camera snapshot often provides the most immediate access to recording moments in Telluride’s breathtaking landscape you want to freeze in time. And at those times, immediacy, inspiration and convenience triumph over lens quality.

A selection of images will be compiled into a contemporary exhibit representing a large body of outdoor images taken in a wide variety of locations on various cellphone models. Contest winners will be announced during the Cellscape Exhibit and Reception at Gallery 81435 on Wednesday, December 3, from 5pm-8pm. Prizes will be awarded to contest winners during the reception.

Join Telluride Arts for refreshments and good cheer on Noel Night.

About curator Megan Valanidas:

Currently Megan is a Telluride resident. Before Telluride, Megan was a photography instructor for VOICES Inc., a non-profit organization based in Tucson, AZ that focused on teaching documentary arts to local teens. Megan studied traditional photography at Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Arizona. When she is not organizing creative contests, she can be found at the Butcher & the Baker or hiking in the San Juan Mountains.

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