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Landmarks through the Viewfinder 50 Years of Preservation in Southern Indiana Request for submissions & explanation of juried photograph exhibit & conditions To celebrate Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana’s 50th anniversary, the organization’s Southern Re- gional Office invites submissions of photographs for a traveling exhibit Landmarks through the Viewfinder: 50 Years of Preservation in Southern Indiana. The nonprofit preservation group invites professionals, students, and amateurs of all ages to submit photo- graphs for the traveling exhibit. (We hope educators will consider incorporating the submission of entries in their courses.) EXHIBIT OBJECTIVES • To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana and the contribution of its Southern Regional Office in influencing the preservation of the historic structures. • To showcase the photographers’ talent and skill in capturing the spirit of historic places. • To communicate to the exhibits’ visitors the values and benefits of preserving the structures for future generations. THE TRAVELING EXHIBIT The 30 images selected for Landmarks through the Viewfinder: 50 Years of Preservation in Southern Indiana will be exhibited at selected southern Indiana sites beginning in May 2010, in conjunction with National Preservation Month, and ending in December 2010. Historic Landmarks will sponsor opening receptions at three of the exhibit sites. At each location, exhibit duration will be 1 to 4 weeks. Historic Landmarks is responsible for transporting the photographs to the exhibit sites and collaborating with each site’s curator to present the exhibit in the most suitable arrangements. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS I. Complete the entry form. Submit the photograph(s) on a CD with the entry form and entry fee to: Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, Southern Regional Office, 115 W. Chestnut St., Jeffersonville, IN 47130. 2. Enter up to 5 photographs that meet the following criteria: A. Capture the spirit of the historic place. Image may show: • the building or structure only • the building or structure as part of a landscape, with or without people • the character-defining architectural feature(s) of the building or structure • outstanding restoration, severe dilapidation, or any condition in between B. Select historic southern Indiana place(s) as subject. Choose a place that’s at least 50 years old from one of the following counties (if you need help in selecting a site, the attached list might help spark ideas): Bartholomew Gibson Orange Switzerland Brown Harrison Perry Vanderburgh Clark Jackson Pike Warrick Crawford Jefferson Posey Washington Dearborn Jennings Ripley Dubois Lawrence Scott Floyd Ohio Spencer 3. The photographs must have been taken by the person submitting the entry. 4. The photo must be submitted on a CD as a digital image or scan of a print in JPEF or TIFF format with minimum resolution of 300 dpi at 8”x10” or 11”x14” (Xerox or other duplicated images and mass-produced images such as postcards and posters are not permitted). 5. Include entry fee of $25 for up to five photographs. Entry fee is not refundable. The fee may be mailed with a CD containing the images or you may place the fee on a credit card by including the following infor- mation: name of cardholder, card number, expiration date, signature of cardholder. 6. Include with each photograph a copy of the Entry Application 7. Submit entry by 5 p.m. on March 1, 2010 via mail or hand-delivery to: Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana Southern Regional Office 115 W. Chestnut St., Jeffersonville, IN 47130 812-284-4534 email@example.com SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION Photographs will be selected for originality, photographic and artistic quality, and the degree to which they fulfill the exhibit criteria. A panel of the members of Historic Landmarks’ staff and Southern Regional Council, museum curators, and photography experts will select a total of 30 photographs for the traveling exhibit. Historic Landmarks will print, mat and frame the winning images (unless the photographer would prefer to make and supply the photographic print to exhibit specifications). Historic Landmarks Foundation will notify winning photographers by March 31, 2010. Winners will also be announced in a media release. Winning photographers will receive information concerning the exhibit locations and schedule, reception dates, exhibition catalog, and press releases. Photographers may offer prints of their exhibited photographs for sale during the exhibits. Historic Land- marks Foundation will connect the photographer with an interested party so that the sale may be transacted directly between buyer and seller. The exhibited photographs become the property of Historic Landmarks Foundation at the conclusion of the exhibit period (December 2010).Your entry in Landmarks through the Viewfinder constitutes agreement to allow Historic Landmarks the right to exhibit the work in its offices, use the image in print and electronic promotions that promote the Foundation’s preservation mission, and/or auction or donate it for fundraising purposes to another nonprofit preservation organization. The work will not be reprinted or reproduced for sale. All entries must be free of claims and rights of third parties. Landmarks through the Viewfinder Entry Application Each photograph entered in Landmarks through the Viewfinder must be accompa- nied by its own copy of this entry application. Name: __________________________________________ Requirements for entry See the accompanying "Request for E-mail Address: ____________________________________ submissions" document for detailed entry guidelines. Postal Address: ____________________________________ City: ____________________________________________ 1. Submit your photograph as a digital image on CD with the State: _________________ Zip: _____________________ entry application (one for each Daytime Phone: ____________________________________ photograph submitted) and entry fee to: Nighttime Phone: __________________________________ Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana Photo Title: _________________________________________ Southern Regional Office 115 West Chestnut Street Name and street address of primary historic place depicted: Jeffersonville, IN 47130 ________________________________________________ 2. Describe your photo on a Southern Indiana city and county where photo was taken: separate typed sheet in 75 words or less. Please include what ap- ________________________________________________ peals to you about this subject and why you believe it is an Approximate date photo was taken: _____________________ important historic place.You may Identification of person(s) and other structures in photo also include within the 75-word (if applicable) ______________________________________ limit your motivation for taking the photograph, what was hap- ________________________________________________ pening when you took the photo, your feelings when you took the Price of a print of this work ___________________________ (If you wish prints to be listed in the catalog as available for sale; see “Request photo, what you learned from for submissions & explanation of juried photographic exhibit & conditions.”) the experience. In submitting entry form, I agree to the guidelines, terms, and con- 3. All entries must be submitted ditions outlined in Historic Landmarks Foundation’s “Request for by 5 p.m., March 1, 2010. submissions & explanation of juried photographic exhibit & condi- tions” concerning its Landmarks through the Viewfinder traveling ex- If you have questions or need hibit. I further agree that all photos I enter become the property more information please of Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana. contact Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana’s Signature: ______________________ Date: _____________ Southern Regional Office 812-284-4534 firstname.lastname@example.org. Landmarks through the Viewfinder Suggested sites The following list is for inspiration only – photographers are not limited to these sites. For more information about any of these locations, contact Historic Landmarks’ Southern Regional Office, 812-284-4534 or email@example.com. Bartholomew County Zaharako’s, 1316 Franklin Street, Columbus Sand Creek Township National Register District, Columbus Columbus Armory, 646 Franklin Street, Columbus Simmons School, North State Road 9, Hope Brown County Stone Head Monument, on SR 135 where it runs into Bellsville Pike Crawford County Proctor House, Marengo, about one mile east of Marengo Clark County Bethlehem Elementary School, 2nd Street, Bethlehem Beeler House, 360 Main Cross Street, Charlestown Elks Building, 240 Spring Street, Jeffersonville Lewman Building, 256 Spring Street, Jeffersonville Cowman Building, 527-531 Spring Street, Jeffersonville 820 Meigs Avenue, Jeffersonville Elliott House, 834 Walnut Street, Jeffersonville Maschmayer House, 209 West Market, Jeffersonville Gregory House, 313 Pearl Street, Jeffersonville Preservation Station, 100 Preservation Place, Jeffersonville Holzberg Staton House, 218 Logan Street, Jeffersonville Grisamore House, 111-113 West Chestnut Street, Jeffersonville Willey-Allhands House, 115 West Chestnut Street, Jeffersonville Varble House, 125 West Chestnut Street, Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot, Spring Street, Jeffersonville Colgate-Palmolive, Clarksville John Work House, 3709 Tunnel Mille Road, Charlestown Carnegie Library, Warder Park, Court Avenue, Jeffersonville First Presbyterian Church, 222 Walnut Street, Jeffersonville Richard Lewman Farm, 6020 Salem-Noble Road, Charlestown Dearborn County Carnegie Hall, 14687 Main Street, Moores Hill Aurora Town Hall, Third and Main streets, Aurora Crescent Brewery Caverns, 327 Second Street, Aurora Laughery Creek Bridge, spanning Laughery Creek on old Highway 56 south of Aurora Riverview Cemetery, 3635 East Laughery Creek Road at Highway 56, Aurora Vereastau Historic Site, 4696 Vereastau Lane, Aurora Hill Forest, 213 Fifth Street, Aurora Manchester I O O F Lodge, Manchester Jesse Hunt Hotel, 92 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg High Street, Lawrenceburg Dubois County Bretz Building, 302 Fourth Street, Huntingburg Finch House, Ferdinand, moved from English Gramelspracher-Gutzweiler House, 1103 Main Street, Jasper Kilian House, 415 Main Street, Huntingburg Woollenman House, Ferdinand Cabby O’Neill Gymnasium, 340 W 6th St, Jasper Floyd County Stoy-Moody-Shrader House, 141 West Main Street, New Albany Pepin House 1003 East Main, New Albany Isaac Smith House, 513 East Main, New Albany Beard-Kerr-Kintner House,, 566 Georgetown-Lanesville Road, Georgetown 1746 Ekin Avenue, New Albany 921 East 11th Street, New Albany Cardinal Ritter House, 1218 East Oak Street, New Albany Brown-McCulloch House, 1605 East Spring Street, New Albany Division Street School, 1803 Conservative Street, New Albany Baptist Tabernacle, 316 East Fourth Street, New Albany Scribner House, State and Main streets, New Albany State Bank Building, 9110 State Road 64, Georgetown Mount Saint Francis, U. S. Highway 150 at Paoli Pike, Floyds Knobs Harrison County Westfall House, 210 West High Street, Corydon Leora Brown School, 400 Summit Street, Corydon Leonard Carter House, Corydon Breeden’s Bridge, O’Bannon Woods State Park over Blue River east of IN 62 about three miles south of Leavenworth 1850s Haypress Barn, O’Bannon Woods State Park, 7234 Old Forest Road, Corydon Jackson County House, 621 North Chestnut Street, Seymour Farmers’ Club, 105 South Chestnut Street, Seymour Travis Carter House, 410 Indianapolis Avenue, Seymour Joe Jackson Hotel, corner of West Water Street and South Main Street,Vallonia Medora Brick Plant, Brick Plant Road off of South County Road – 950 West, Medora Post Office, 50 Emily Street, Seymour Jefferson County John Finley Crowe House, 172 Crowe Street, Hanover Railroad Station, 615 West 1st Street, Madison Eleutheherian College,6927 W. State Road 250, Lancaster St. Stephens A M E Church, 210 W Main Street, Hanover David Wilson House, 315 East 2nd Street, Madison Elks Lodge, 313 E 1st Street, Madison Masonic Lodge 583, Canaan Ebenezer A M E Church, 409 Poplar Street, Madison Broadway Second Baptist Church, 615 Broadway Street, Madison Christ Episcopal Church, 506 Mulberry Street, Madison Old Madison High School and Brown Gym, 2421 Wilson Avenue, Madison Schroeder Saddletree Factory, 106 Milton Street, Madison Jennings County Eldo Hicks House, 142 East Brown Street,Vernon Carnegie Library, 143 East Walnut Street, North Vernon Park Theater, 25 N Madison Avenue, North Vernon Jennings County Court House, 24 N Pike Street,Vernon Walnut Grove School, Muscatatuck Park,Vernon Downtown North Vernon National Register Historic District Lawrence County Moses Fell Building, 1015 16th Street, Bedford Gus Grissom Home, 415 Grissom Avenue, Mitchell William Wiley House, 15th Street, Bedford 1903 I Street, Bedford 1831 I Street, Bedford Indiana Limestone headquarters, 405 I Street, Bedford Lawrence County Museum 929 15th Street, Bedford Ohio County Ohio County Historical Society Museum, 212 S Walnut Street, Rising Sun Orange County West Baden Springs Hotel, West Baden Springs Homestead Hotel, West Baden Springs Oxford Hotel, Broadway Street, West Baden Springs Dixie Garage, Sinclair and Broadway Street, West Baden Springs Bungalow, Broadway Street, West Baden Springs Artie Smith Log Cabin, near West Sinclair Street at French Lick Creek, West Baden Springs Lingle House, 214 West Main, Paoli Former Paoli High School, U. S. Highway 150 (East Main Street), Paoli Perry County Rickenbaugh House, Celina Lake, Hoosier National Forest, near St. Croix Heim-Haury House, 109 Seventh Street, Cannelton Obrecht House, 344 Seventh Street, Tell City Schweizer Hall, 310 9th Street, Tell City Mason House, 109 S 3rd Street, Cannelton Perry County Courthouse, Tobin Township, Rome Perry County Courthouse and Museum, Seventh and Taylor streets, Cannelton Indiana Cotton Mill, 310 Washington Street, Cannelton Ripley County Tyson Auditorium, 100 South High Street,Versailles Tyson Temple United Methodist Church, 325 West Tyson Street,Versailles Scott County Scottsburg Railroad Depot, 90 N. Main, Scottsburg Garriott Grocery, 87 East Wardell Street, Scottsburg Scott County Court House, 1 E. McClain Avenue, Scottsburg Switzerland County Hoosier Theater, 209 Ferry St,Vevay Old Brick Privy, Courthouse Square,Vevay Washington County Beck’s Mill, Mill Creek on South Mill Creek Road, Beck’s Mill Christian Tash Farm, 5902 East Blue River Road, Pekin John Bowman Farm, Eastern School Road, Salem
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