Enter the Capture Kingston Competition
Capture Kingston Competition
Lockdown photography competition – enter now
Every year, Kingston History Centre and the Friends of Kingston Museum and Heritage Service run a photography competition called Capture Kingston. and this year’s theme is Lockdown & Out, inspired by lockdown, self-isolation and the changes we are still living through. We have been facing restrictions and challenges as well as limitations in our contact with friends and family. However, during this period, expression and creativity have flourished.
Photos are invited that that document your life during the pandemic. They might be the early days of lockdown, a photo that celebrates a local hero or maybe captured learning or working at home.
The Capture Kingston competition was set up in memory of Les Kirkin to ensure Kingston’s photographic collection continues to record the ever-changing history of the Borough. This year’s project, which has been devised and delivered in partnership with the Rose Theatre and Kingston Museum & Heritage Service, is open to all ages and there are great prizes to be won as well as the opportunity to have your work displayed online and at the Rose Theatre and Kingston History Centre.
Full details of Capture Kingston here: www.kingston.gov.uk/