New Erlanger Medical Centers Seeking Photos For Permanent Display

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Area photographers have an opportunity to see their artwork on permanent display at two new Erlanger medical facilities in 2018. The Arts at Erlanger Committee and Photographic Society of America are hosting a “Healing through the Arts” photography contest which will add unique imagery to two of Erlanger’s new facilities, both currently under construction. 

Selected photos will be displayed in the new patient rooms, lobbies, and hallways of Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center (CHOC) and Erlanger Behavioral Health Hospital. 

Entries will be accepted through Jan. 31, via the Photographic Society of Chattanooga’s webpage, erlanger.chattanoogaphoto.org. Only digital images entered online by those living within a 75 mile radius of Chattanooga will be considered for selection and exhibition.

Photographers may enter up to ten images per category. Suggested themes for the CHOC category are animals, colorful images, playful and fun scenes, Rock City images, Discovery Museum images, and International Towing Museum or truck images. Suggested themes for the Erlanger Behavioral Health Hospital category include landscapes, sunsets, nature, and flowers.   

There is no entry fee for this competition. Once notified, selected images will require a high resolution TIFF file. This is a contest and print requirement. Selected images will be disqualified if a high resolution TIFF file is not available for print.

To submit a photograph for consideration, visit erlanger.chattanoogaphoto.org.

For more information about submission specifications, visit www.erlanger.org/artsaterlanger.



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