Photomedia competition gets flashy

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Cory Zanoni

CCP Salon is now open for emerging and established photo-based artists.

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The Centre for Contemporary Photography's (CCP) Salon is Australia’s largest open-entry, photo-media exhibition and competition. All entries are hung in the gallery, making it a great opportunity to gain professional and public exposure. On top of that, $20,000 worth of prizes across 23 categories (e.g. ‘Most Adventurous’, ‘Best work on an Environmental Theme’, ‘Best Animal’) are on offer, including $5,000 for Excellence in Photomedia.

About the author

Cory Zanoni writes essays and poetry but invariably draws little comics over his work. He complains about this behaviour on Twitter: @cjzanoni