Loyola to host 24-hour photography contest
Posted by matthewtgillis on October 10, 2012
By Matt Gillis
The Loyola University Chicago community is invited to participate in the school’s first photography contest from midnight through 11:59 p.m. on Friday in honor of the upcoming Ignatian Heritage Month this November.
The contest, titled Loyola 24, invites Loyola faculty, staff, and students to take photos during the specified 24-hour time frame under the focus and subject matter of St. Ignatius and his living legacy.
The contestant that best displays the Ignatian hallmarks will be awarded a $150 American Express gift card.
Here are the contest’s details from luc.edu/mission:
Lights, camera….PHOTO! Loyola University Chicago is pleased to launch the first Loyola 24 Photography Contest on October 12, 2012! Open to the entire Loyola University Chicago community (faculty, staff, and students), Loyola 24 invites contestants to take a photo within the selected subject matter during a 24-hour time frame. In honor of Loyola’s upcoming Ignatian Heritage Month this November, the focus/subject matter for this edition of Loyola 24 will be St. Ignatius and his living legacy. Winning photos will be chosen in each of the following theme categories:
- Finding God in All Things
- Men and Women For and With Others
- Contemplation in Action
A grand prize winner will be chosen and announced to kick off Ignatian Heritage Month on November 1. All photo entries will be displayed on our Loyola University Chicago Flickr gallery. The photo that best displays these Ignatian hallmarks will be awarded a $150 American Express gift card and be prominently featured on the Inside Loyola and Ignatian Heritage Month websites.