The winners of PhotoSpvia 2008 have been announced.
Rod Slemmons, director of Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia
College in Chicago, juried the national photography competition held by
Spiva Center for the Arts, 222 W. Third St.
The winners were:
First place (body of work): Robert Sulkin, Roanoke, Va.
Second place: Peter Prusinowski, Philadelphia, Penn.
Third place: T.G. Tarnowski, Overland Park, Kan.
Honorable mention: Andrea Land, San Francisco, Calif.
Honorable mention: Beth Lilly, Atlanta, Ga.
Honorable mention: Don Wolfe, Overland Park, Kan.
Merit award: John Banasiak, Vermillion, S.D.
Merit award: Corey Hine, Kansas City.
Merit award: Tom Kiefer, Ajo, Ariz.
The works from the photography competition will remain on display through
Sunday, June 1.
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- SLIDESHOW: Missouri football playoffs begin Globe photographers covered games in Carl Junction, Webb City and Jasper as the district playoffs begin.
- SLIDESHOW: Friday Night Lights Globe photographers covered McAuley Catholic, Webb City and Carl Junction games this week.
- SLIDESHOW: Elk River fish study The Missouri Department of Conservation conducted a study on the Elk River in McDonald County to monitor fish populations and habitat.
- SLIDESHOW: Friday Night Lights Globe photographers covered games in Joplin and Carthage this Friday night.
- SLIDESHOW: Mother Road Marathon 2013 A slide show of the Mother Road Marathon 2013.
- SLIDESHOW: Friday Night Lights Globe photographers focused on Missouri and Kansas contests this week.
- SLIDESHOW: Community Clinic Joplin's Community Clinic marks its 20th year serving the uninsured.
- SLIDESHOW: Friday night lights Football games in Joplin, Webb City, Galena and Riverton are highlighted this Friday.
- SLIDESHOW: Baxter Springs Civil War reenactment Organizers planned for the past year and arranged for living history reenactors who set up encampments near the Baxter Springs Heritage Museum and the nearby site of Fort Blair. Students visited on Friday to learn about Civil War history.