The Accessible Heritage journey17th April 2019
Amateur and professional photographers alike are invited to help us take a snapshot of race week 2018. This year’s competition entries will be exhibited in Ballymoney Museum 21st June – 31st August and then stored in the Museum Service archives as a captured moment in time.
A panel of judges with award prizes for an under 18s category and an overall best photo. Visitors to the museum will be able to vote for their favourite photo which will be awarded the People’s Choice prize.
Above you can see a selection of the 2018 entries. You can check out the 2017 entries online HERE, or see the 2017 and 2018 entries together in Coleraine Town Hall until 29th May (open Tues-Sat, 11am-4pm).
Terms and Conditions:
The theme of the North West 200 is open to interpretation of the photographers. However, entries should relate in some way to race and its impact on the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough area. Only images taken during race week (Saturday 11th May – Sunday 19th May) 2019 will be accepted.
Entries are limited to two photographs per entrant. All images are to be sent digitally to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on the 3rd June, 2019.
Emails need to provide the following information:
Name of photographer
Contact address of photographer
Category of entry (Under 8, Under 18, Open)
Date of photo
Place photograph taken
Images will ideally have a resolution of 600 dpi. Images with a resolution below 300 dpi will not be accepted.
By submitting images to the competition, entrants are conferring image use rights to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Museum Services. Museum Services will print images for the purpose of the exhibiting entries in Ballymoney Museum and retains the right to use the images for future use within Causeway Coast and Glens Museums, for educational use, for publications, for the preparation of, and use in, exhibitions and displays, and to be uploaded onto the Northern Ireland Archive website. The Museum Service reserves the right not to exhibit images that are deemed inappropriate.
For further information, contact the Museum Service on:
028 2766 0230