Share your photos and win a trip to Paris!
Deadline: December 10
| Organized by La Fondation Alliance in Paris, “On joue sur la terre — Playing on the earth” photo contest invites you to show games in their varied social and cultural functions (board, money, video, outdoor, children’s game, sports competition, etc…).
Submit two pictures as JPEG files only via email to AFC.email@example.com BEFORE December, 10th. Participants must be at least 18 years old and may not be a professional photographer and/or living exclusively through photography.
Email must include the registration form, see below to download it
|Download the registration form here, in pdf or in Word format.
Find the Reglement (en français) Here
|A local jury will select one candidate by January 5, 2014 from all local participants, whose submission will be transferred for final selection. The candidate’s two photos will be sent to the Fondation Alliance Française in Paris, who will convene a final jury composed of professional photographers to select the grand prize winner.
The winner and the 19 finalists will be announced by email to the participating Alliances Francaises worldwide as well as on www.fondation-alliancefr.org on January 25, 2014.
The final winner will win round-trip transportation and a week-long stay in Paris!
|Our local jury is composed of Genevieve Antonow, photographer and of Larissa Rolley, Federation des Alliances françaises USA & photographer.
Larissa has an MFA in photography from Columbia College. The experiences of living in different countries is what encouraged her interest in the intersection of art and language/culture. Larissa’s artistic work is featured in several private collections. Sometimes she can be seen around town taking pictures in the French community.
|Genevieve Antonow founded International Art Network in 1994 following a series of notable involvements with Chicago Arts community. A native from France, Ms. Antonow is the former Director of the Chicago International Antique Show and the Chicago International Works on Paper Fair. Genevieve operated Aleliers de France, her own art gallery, for many years, and later served as the Director of Gallery Vienna in Chicago.