LAKE PLACID - The Lake Placid Institute for Arts and Humanities reminds high school students in the Adirondack region the deadline to participate the institute's program, "24 Hours - A Photographic Interpretation of Life in the Adirondacks," is Wednesday, April 15.
The theme consists of taking one photograph in The Adirondack Park representing any hour of a day during any week from April 15, 2008, through April 15, 2009. Each should be accompanied by a short, written explanation, approximately 50-150 words, describing the photographer's mindset or intention.
The maximum entries allowed to be submitted per student is five. Entries must be postmarked or submitted on-line no later than April 15 and include the photographer's name, address, telephone number, grade, age, high school's name and address, name of the supervising teacher and work telephone number, date and location of the photograph, the hour the photograph was taken and the type of camera used.
For more information, contact the institute's administrative director, Julie Bouman at 523-1312 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.