Main Image - Photo & Video Comp, Success!

Photo & Video Comp, Success!

2017 saw the launch of Stomping Ground, the fresh face of the National Campus Art Prize. The new approach to the competition saw a focus on photography and videography through an online platform which positioned it to be more in-line with our digital campuses. The competition saw a partnership with Canon Australia which saw more than $16,000 worth of prizes across multiple categories.

 

Take a look at this competition snapshot:

279 valid entries

22 campuses represented

73 individual entrants

263 uses of #StompingGround17

 

MAJOR PRIZE (PHOTO)

STOMPING GROUND17 photo winner

Jye Currie

University of Newcastle, NSW

PEOPLE'S CHOICE (PHOTO)

STOMPING GROUND17 peoples choice photo

Taylor Marchment

Swinburne University, VIC

 

Take a look at Kartik Jain's video from Swinburne University (VIC) which took out both the Major Prize category and the People's Choice for video. 

 

The winner of the Major Prize for both Photo and Video not only walk away with $1000 cash and $1500 of Canon equipment each, but also receive a VIP Mentoring Experience with the Canon Collective at Sun Studios, Sydney (including flights and accommodation) and have won their campus organisation $2000 of Canon equipment to enhance the student experience. 

 

We look forward to curating the shortlisted photos into a travelling exhibition that can be displayed at TAG campuses throughout 2018 and will be providing information regarding communicating next year's competition to your students as soon as possible.