Announcing: Adventures in Preservation Historic Building Photo Contest!

Do you have a historic building that is more than just walls and a roof to you? Maybe you’ve spent your life with it and know it floor to ceiling, or maybe you’ve only seen it in passing but are intrigued by its architecture and age. 

With Adventures in Preservation’s Historic Building Photo Contest you can share your favorite historic structure with other history lovers.

AiP is dedicated to the preservation of historic structures in the U.S. and around the world. This contest will help save our amazing and diverse architectural heritage, which we are losing with each passing year.  This is your chance to contribute to the cause and share your special building’s story.

The contest is simple.  To enter just snap a picture of the historic building you love.  Send it to info@adventuresinpreservation.org with an explanation of 200 words or less, explaining the building’s history and why it means so much to you.  Your photograph should have a minimum size of 200KB and minimum 72 DPI. Entries will be judged by a panel of professional photographers.  First, second, and third place photographers will be awarded prizes – 30%, 20%, and 10% respectively off their next AiP trip! – and their photographs will be displayed on our website. 

Share your vision of the world!

Begin submitting 8/1. Deadline for entries is 8/31.  Winners will be announced 9/20.

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About caitlinchart

A recent graduate from Tufts University interested in centuries-old houses, cultural preservation, screen printing, modern dance, and reading as much fiction as she can.
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