Competition challenges photographers to capture unique images of architecture in Norwich
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Keen amateur photographers are being challenged to capture unique images of our fine city's architecture with the theme of memory.
Norfolk Association of Architects (NAA) is holding the photography competition in the lead up to October's Festival of Architecture in Norwich and Norfolk (FANN17) celebrations, in partnership with Archant's iWitness24.
Jerene Irwin, NAA president, said: 'Norfolk, like all places is made up of many layers of memories and this is translated into our built environment.
'Memories play a significant role in how we engage and interact with our towns and cities and understanding the 'memory' of a place is fundamental to understanding architecture.
'Sometimes it's the smallest detail of a building, sometimes its how a landscape frames a view or how the building is designed. We're very excited to see how this theme is interpreted by Norfolk's photographers and what memory means to them.'
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Finalists' photographs will be displayed at the FANN17 Exhibition at The Forum from October 3, with visitors to the exhibition voting for the winner.
The awards ceremony will be at The Forum at 6pm on October 12.
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There are two competition categories, one that is open to all and one for under 16s.
The competition is strictly for amateur photographers. You can submit up to four images via Twitter by using the hashtag #FANN17, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or via http://norfolk.iwitness24.co.uk (be sure to include FANN17 in your submission).
You should also make it clear which category you are entering. The maximum image size is 1MB and the deadline for entries is September 25.
The open category prize is one night's dinner, bed & breakfast for two at the Maids Head Hotel in Norwich. The under 16 category prize is £100 of iTunes vouchers.
For more information about FANN17, visit www.fann17.org.uk