Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Dallas ISD students honored for retail photography
The top three winners received scholarship money.
DALLAS Five Dallas ISD students were honored recently for being winners of the "Retail as Art" photography invitational. More than 100 Dallas ISD high school students sent in photo submissions of store signage, lighting, merchandise, shoppers, retail employees.
The top three winning entrants receive scholarship money, and each school receives a gift for the art department.
The students' photos will be moved to Design Within Reach and displayed until the end of may. They are available for purchase, and proceeds go toward the UCR “Retail As Art” Fund.
The judges who selected winners were: E. David Goltl, studio proprietor of Design Within Reach; Paul Morgan, noted Dallas photographer and founder of Paul Morgan and People; Shelle Sills, general manager of Neiman Marcus Downtown; Jeff Breazele, co-founder of Matchbox Studios; Holly Jefferson, editorial fashion editor; Nan Coulter, noted Dallas photographer; amd Mickey Ashmore, president and CEO of UCR.
Source: Retail as Art
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