Got teenagers with a good eye for photography? Or younger teens who love a quest? Here’s how to keep them busy and happy over the holidays.
The Nekrasov Central Science Library and the Moscow Photo Walks group have announced a photography contest called “Searching for the Christmas Spirit.”
Individually or in a group, your future prize-winning photographers need to make a list — and presumably check it twice — of 15 symbols of Christmas, find them on the city streets, and photograph them. The might be images of anything from a Christmas tree to a mandarin orange, or perhaps something more abstract, like capturing the essence of love or joy. And then you send them in to a jury who will judge them on creativity, artistic merit and photography.
Winners get prizes from the Multi-Media Art Museum and the Mann, Ivanov and Ferber Publishing House.
The contest is open to teenagers 16 and older or younger teens aged 12-15 if they have adult supervision. Register and find more information at nekrasov.timepad.ru.