2015 - 38th Greater Lynn International Exhibition Show
The Greater Lynn Photographic Association would like to invite all photographers to the 2015International Exhibition showcase of accepted & award winning images. Greater Lynn Headquarters
564 Boston St. Lynn, MA 01905
Sunday afternoon, April 12, 2015 at 2 PM or
Monday night, April 13, 2015 at 7:30 PM.
This year’s exhibition, which will also be our last exhibition, had 1103 entrants with over 4400 images, from 28 states and 57 different countries. For 2015 we had 28 clubs from all over the world enter and vie for “Best Club” status, sixteen United States clubs (fifteen from New England), and twelve foreign clubs. We received entries from clubs in Iran, Japan, India, Hong Kong, England, Australia, Slovenia, China, Wales, Iran, and Denmark. The Best Club went to Merrimack Valley Camera Club of Andover, Massachusetts. Please join us to see this spectacular array of images from all four corners of the earth. This year’s exhibition has some very unique and dramatic images in it. The world’s best photography in one showcase presentation. After the show we will present the Medals to those winners who are in attendance. We had a large number of New England Award winners this year.
The multi-media showcase is being assembled by a Greater Lynn talented audio-visual producer, Barbara Rozavsky, HonNEC. A master of music selection, her theme segments are a joy to hear and watch. She always matches the images to the music perfectly. The show will run approximately 90 minutes with a short intermission. It will contain about 1400 of the higher scoring images that were "accepted into the exhibition" by the 3 person judging panel.
The admission cost will be $8. Tickets are available at the door or in advance from Susan Mosser email@example.com
Please visit the clubs website www.greaterlynnphoto.org for more information and a map to the club under directions. The winning medal images are also available in a gallery for viewing. To view the images, go to the GLPA website and on the home page, click on the link on the top of the left column.
Thirty-eight years is a long time for a continued project. Over the years we have gone from slides to digital and photography has evolved in many ways. This is the end of an era at Greater Lynn and I hope you will be there to see the last of the era.Susan Mosser, FPSA, HonNEC Exhibition Chairman