Competition challenges photographers to capture unique images of architecture in Norwich

Kyran Demetri's winning photograph in the under 16 category of the FANN15 (Festival of Architecture

Kyran Demetri's winning photograph in the under 16 category of the FANN15 (Festival of Architecture in Norwich and Norfolk 2015 ) photography competition. Photo: Kyran Demetri - Credit: Kyran Demetri

Keen amateur photographers are being challenged to capture unique images of Norwich's architecture with the theme of memory.

Nathan Holmes' winning photograph in the open category of the FANN15 (Festival of Architecture in No

Nathan Holmes' winning photograph in the open category of the FANN15 (Festival of Architecture in Norwich and Norfolk 2015 ) photography competition. Photo: Nathan Holmes - Credit: Nathan Holmes

Norfolk Association of Architects (NAA) is holding the competition, in partnership with Archant's iWitness24, in the lead up to October's Festival of Architecture in Norwich and Norfolk (FANN17). Jerene Irwin, NAA president, said: 'We're very excited to see how this theme is interpreted by Norfolk's photographers and what memory means to them.'

There are two categories, one open to all and one for under 16s. Finalists' photos will be displayed in an exhibition at The Forum in October, with visitors voting for the winners. Amateur photographers can submit up to four images, each up to 1MB in size, via #FANN17 on Twitter, by emailing photo@fann17.org.uk, or via http://norfolk.iwitness24.co.uk (be sure to include FANN17 in your submission). The deadline is September 25. Visit www.fann17.org.uk.


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