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A new photo competition in the One Day in Venezia contest

VENICE ITALY, 1st March 2017 – The Carnival of Venice is over, and so is the February photocontest.. but the photos of Venice are timeless! And today the One Day in Venezia photocontest starts again. Everyday this very special international photocontest can be entered by aspiring photographers, by submitting their phots shot in Venice in any year or season. The contest awards monthly winners and a final Grand Winner: two days in Venice and solo show in a renowned art gallery. ALL entered photos receive exposure. 

The new edition of the contest is open to all visitors of Venice and people fond of photography from all over the world, aged 18 and non professional photographers. The contest theme is “one day in Venice”, with optional subthemes suggested every month: the contes has in fact a monthly frequency. And every month (except February 2017 because of the Carnival)  the monthly contest closes on day 24 and starts again on day 25, to be closed again on day 24 of the following month.So the next deadlines are: 24 March, 24 April and so on until  24 September 2017.  Black and whtote and color photos are accepted, shot with any camera, tablet or phone.  Info and submissions at www.onedayinvenezia.com .  Registration fee and one photo (jpg format) submission: 10 euros. It is possible to enter more editions and more months, also with a larger number of phots (entering additional photos costs  5 euros each).

The contest partners are prestigious, like the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice which hosted the Grand Winner of the 2016 edition, Annik Susemihl (Germany): the awarded vacation gave her the chance to savor the best of the Veentian hospitality; in addition to the two days staying for two people, Mrs Susemihl won her own solo show  (the first ever in her life) to be set up soon at Giudecca 795 Art Gallery.

Besides Hilton Molino Stucky Venice and Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, the other partners of OneDayInVenezia are: Hotel Metropole (that is going to host the Grand Winner of the 2017 edition);  Cipriani Harry’s Bar and Harry’s Dolci; Gran Caffè Quadri; Ristorante Da Ivo; Cooperativa Venice Water Taxi.

While the 2nd edition(2017) is running, after a preview at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, the group show of the 12 finalists for 2016 plus special prizes is on at the Giudecca 795 art galery, tha t is also showcasig all the submitted photos, month by month: every participating photographer gets exposure, and right in Venezia! Authors own the photos copyright.
In this second and current edition, the 12 finalists to be chosen will win a fine art print of their photo, the participation to a group show, and publication on a calendar. And there is an extra prize this year: a critic review of the 12 works, by a professional photographer. Details and regulations on our website.

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(With photos by: Rosemary Wilmot, Maria Roccaforte, Pamela Wheeler, R.Wilmot (again), Mauro Chiesa, Klaus Bayer, Sue Henderson, Mario Del Do, Luca Rossini. Grazie.


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VENICE, ITALY. Beginning Saturday 14 January 2017: the first edition finalists’ group show at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice hotel.

While the current edition of the photocontest is underway, the group show of last year’s finalists is on exhibition! From 14 to 31 January, OneDayInVenezia.com presents the fifteen fine art prints from the international competition for aspiring photographers at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice hotel, which is a partner in the competition.

As part of the collaboration, the hotel will provide the very best in Venetian hospitality to the Grand winner of 2016, Annik Susemihl of Germany. She also won a solo exhibition (the first in her life!) at the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery. At the end of the preview, the art gallery will exhibit the works of the finalists plus all the other photos entered in the competition. In addition to the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice and Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, the other partners of OneDayInVenezia are: Hotel Metropole (which will host the winner of the 2017 edition); Harry’s Bar and Harry’s Dolci; Gran Caffe Quadri; Ristorante Da Ivo; and Cooperativa Venice Water Taxi. The preview at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice can be viewed in the Campiello Lounge from 9 AM to 11 PM and admission is free. The presentation features work by Alfredo Aleandri, Marco Cendret, Tiziano Chiesa, Marco Dilavanzo, Luca Lamanna, Alessandro Secondin, and Paola Volpe (Italy); Annik Susemihl (Germany); Rosemary Wilmot (UK); Michael J. Damone, Sue Henderson, and Joseph B. Zarzano (USA). A special prize has been awarded to Ettore Chernetich. Particular thanks are owed to Mario Del Do, the creator of the 2016 cover image. The photographers all retain the copyright to their work, and the fine art prints of the finalists’ work are donated to them. The 2017 second edition has added to the finalists’ prize a critical review of their work by a professional photographer. The second edition of the competition, which is already in progress, can be entered by photography enthusiasts from around the world who are at least 18 years of age and not photographers by profession. The theme of the contest is “one day in Venice”, with optional sub themes suggested month by month because the competition runs on a monthly basis, and monthly winners become finalists in the annual competition. Each month’s competition closes on the 24th and immediately resumes on the 25th. Amateur photographers can enter photos — taken with a camera or a phone — in color or black and white. Information and registration can be found at www.onedayinvenezia.com. The registration fee for the first photo (jpg format) is 10 euros, and photographers can participate in any month and submit multiple images every month (each additional photo is 5 euros).

 

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VENEZIA ITALY – 21 November 2016.

Photo contest in Venice Italy awarding free vacation and solo show in art gallery
Second edition of the One Day In Venezia just launched, for aspiring photographers and visitors to Venice

One Day in Venezia announced the launch of the second edition of their international photo contest, a great chance for amateur and aspiring photographers. This second edition will run monthly until September 2017, awarding monthly winners. A Grand winner will be a guest for two days in Venice Italy along with a partner, staying at the Hotel Metropole, a 5-star hotel in a scenic area near St Marks’s, and savoring the best of the Venetian hospitality: and the winner’s trip to Venice will be free, from anywhere in the world. The grand winner will also have his/her solo show hosted for free in a major art gallery in Venice, and more. Entries can be submitted at www.onedayinvenezia.com.

Every submitted photo will receive exposure: the One Day in Venezia contest is an opportunity for visitors to express their passion and talent for photography. Obviously, the contest provides an opportunity and avenue to showing one’s works right in Venice and competing for the prizes, sharing memories and images of the city to a broad audience. The theme is, in fact, one’s memory of Venice; every month an optional subtheme will be suggested. This second edition is accepting entries monthly, and awarding monthly winners, until September 2017. Photographers can submit photos taken in Venice by himself/herself in any year and season.

The monthly winners will be awarded a fine art print of their picture, take part in a group show, see their winning photo published in a calendar, and have the chance to win the final Grand Prize. All submitted photos (including the non-awarded) will be screened digitally, each month, at the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery of Venice, which will also host the solo show of the Grand winner and the group show.

I always enjoy watching details and exploring places outside the mainstream. This is how I took the submitted photos. I am very excited” said Annik Susemihl, amateur photographer from Germany, and Grand winner of the past edition.

Besides having his/her solo show hosted at Giudecca 795, the Grand winner of this new edition of OneDayInVenezia will be awarded a two days staying at the Hotel Metropole. The winner will also be tasting the most famous Italian food and aperitifs at Cipriani Harry’s Bar and Harry’s Dolci, Grand Caffè Quadri, Da Ivo. A gondola ride and a comfortable taxi service offered by Consorzio Venice Water Taxi completes this magnificent two days in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

About One Day in Venezia
One Day in Venezia is a photography contest for amateur and aspiring photographers who have visited the city of Venice,
in any year and season. The competition is designed to encourage visitors to share their experience of the city, with the hope to discover new talents in photography. For more information and the contest regulations, please visit www.onedayinvenezia.com.

 

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Top Thing To Do in Venice Italy? Enter the ONE DAY  IN VENEZIA Photo Contest.  German Aspiring Photographer Wins a Week-end in Venice and Her Own Photo Exhibition in an Art Gallery

VENICE ITALY, 22 Oct 2016 – Germany (and not only Germany) has talent… in photography. The Grand Winner of the 1st edition of the OneDayInVenezia.com International Photo Contest for aspiring photographers is Annik Susemihl from Germany, aged 43. As per the contest regulations, she won a fabulous week-end in Venice Italy, including obviously a ride in gondola, and her own solo show in an art gallery also in Venice.
Who will be the next winner? The 2nd edition just started: until September 2017 it will select 12 finalists for the Grand Prize. Annik was in fact chosen among the 12 monthly winners (from USA, UK, Italy, and Germany)  of the contest’s last edition: the 12 finalists win a fine art print of their awarded pic and the participation to the group show; in addition, their works are about to be published in the 2017 Molino Stucky Hilton Venice Hotel Calendar. The Venice Hilton is among the partners of the 1st edition, together with Cipriani Harry’s Bar, Gran Caffè Quadri in St.Mark’s Square, Ristorante da Ivo, Consorzio Venice Water Taxi, and the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery – the heart of the competition, where all the submitted photos will be displayed.The 1st edition grand winner Annik Susemihl is a coach for communication and customer service in the area of Technical Customer Care.
Annik is a passionate photographer and has been using a DSLR camera for the last 2 years. “I am so proud and excited that her photography was chosen at an international competition – she says – I love travelling, especially to Italy. My next photo-shoot  in Venice is already planned and booked since a couple of months. I am excited to discover new locations and perspectives during the winter season”. Annik is thrilled about her upcoming solo show: it will be her first solo show ever.

The OneDayInVenezia.com photo contest – among top things to do in Venice Italy – is dedicated to amateur and aspiring photographers and is aimed to encourage new talents. Every day one can enter the photo competition thru the website, and it is possible to enter the contest for more than one month for higher chances. The contest theme is Venezia, and the participants are invited to express their personal view of the city. This new edition will differ in that every month an additional theme will be proposed. Submissions and regulations online, at www.OneDayInVenezia.com – Good luck!

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Annik Susemihl (Germany), grand winner of the 1st One Day In Venezia Photo Contest,
and her awarded photo. See the monthly awarded pictures.

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One week-end in Venice and a solo show in art gallery: it’s the Grand Prize of the OneDayInVenezia.com Photo Contest for aspiring photographers! Annik Susemihl from Germany is the Winner for the 1st edition.

photocontest-piccoloweb-jpgVENEZIA, ITALY – 18 October 2016.
The OneDayInVenezia.com photo competition, giving non professional photographers the chance to win a dream grand prize, awarded a German aspiring photographer: Annik Susemihl wins a weekend in Venice for two, including an unforgettable ride in a gondola; plus a solo show (the first exhibition of her own)  at the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery in Venice, whose main mission is to encourage new talents.

Annik Susemihl won over 11  finalists, the monthly winners of the 1st edition: Rosemary Wilmot (UK);   Sue Henderson,  Joseph  Zarzano, and Michael Damone (USA); Tiziano Chiesa, Alfredo Aleardi, Luca Lamanna, Marco Cendret, Paola Volpe, Marco Dilavanzo, and Alessandro Secondin (I).

The partners of the 1st edition are: the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice Hotel, the Harry’s Bar by Arrigo Cipriani, Ristorante Da Ivo (George Clooney‘s favorite restaurant in Venice), Gran Caffè Quadri in St.Mark’s Square, Consorzio Venice Water Taxi, and the mentioned Giudecca 795 Art Gallery. The official Yearly Grand Prize consists of two days in Venice with the collaboration of the partners, with the best of the Venetian cuisine and hospitality, the winner’s very own solo show, and a programme of events to attend. The organizers (the  association Il Leone di Plastica) decided  to offer the journey to Venice as complimentary to the grand yearly winner and companion.

The monthly awarded win the partecipation to the finalists group show with a fine art print of their work; the show will be  held at the art gallery with a preview at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice Hotel; in addition the finalists will have their winning photos published in the 2017 Hilton Venice Calendar.
ALL submitted photos, awarded or not,  are digitally displayed and had the chance to be reviewed again for a  final special prize by the art gallery, won by  Ettore Umberto Chernetich: the award consists in being featured as  guest artist  for one month.

And while waiting for the solo show and groups show to be scheduled, the contest is back with its 2nd edition: entries will be accepted from 25 October 2016 to September 2017, awarding again monthly winners, with the same regulations, some new partners and some novelties, to be announced. All contest participants visiting the gallery personally will receive one t-shirt for free while supplies last.

The theme of the photo competition is “Your personal Venezia”;  every month a special theme will be suggested (“one night in Venezia, the rain inVenezia, acqua alta, pets in Venice, workers in Venice” to name some). How to enter the competition? Only online, via www.onedayinvenezia.com 

Each author can submit more than one photo, and in more months.

What more? A digital catalogue is in preparation. All the above has a symbolic entry fee (10 euros) aimed to cover the costs of staff and exhibition, and help underwrite art projects in Venice.

 

For more information:

– website: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/
– partners: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/partners/
– presentation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2qwRwVuP84

Contacts :

Website: www.onedayinvenezia.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OneDayInVenezia/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/OneDayInVenezia

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In Love With Venice? Dreaming to come back? Take a chance: it’s the OneDayInVenezia.com Photo contest

photocontest-piccoloweb-jpgVENEZIA, ITALY – 26 July 2016. Have you visited Venice, Italy (no matter when), took some good photos, and dream to come back? A very special photocontest gives non professional photographer the chance to exhibit their photos in Venice and to win a dream grand prize: the OneDayInVenezia.com international photo competition for aspiring photographers awards monthly winners, and the final grand prize is a fabulous weekend in Venice for two, including an unforgettable ride in a gondola; plus the grand winner’s solo show at the 795 Art Gallery in Venice.
The sooner you enter the competition, the better, as the contest, at its 1st edition, gives monthly awards;
and even if not awarded monthly, every photo will be exhibited digitally at the venue, and will have the chance to be reviewed again at the end of the contest (24 September 2016), and win a new special art prize by the Gallery. Next deadlines for submitting pictures of Venice to the monthly competitions: 24 August, 24 September 2016. Keep calm, and hurry up!

Among the contest’s partners:

the Hilton Molino Stucky, Harry’s Bar by Arrigo Cipriani, Ristorante Da Ivo (George Clooney‘s favorite restaurant in Venice), Gran Caffè Quadri in St.Mark’s Square, Consorzio Venice Water Taxi, and the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery.

The theme of the photo competition is “One day in Venice; what is your main memory?”. The way to enter the competition is by online registration at www.onedayinvenezia.com where you can find all details and regulations. You will then redirected to submit your photo via the website.

Among the photo contest’s features:

ALL entered photos receive exposure at the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, whose main mission is to encourage new talents; every submitted photo will be displayed for one month at the gallery (on the occasion of the Venice Biennale of Architecture), so the more entered photos, the more exposure for the author – and this is especially appreciated by people who would like to become professional photographers. Also, all contest participants visiting the gallery personally will receive one t-shirt for free while supplies last. (Check the website for Summertime opening hours).

The monthly awarded win the free partecipation to the finalist group show with a fine art print of their work, that will enter the show, held at the art gallery with a preview at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice Hotel, and will have their photo published in the 2017 Hilton Venice Calendar. Among them, the final grand winner will be chosen; but ALL photos, awarded or not, will have the chance to be reviewed again at the end of the contest in October 2016, for an additional final special prize by the art gallery. You can submit more than one photo, and in more months.

The official Yearly Grand Prize consists of two days in Venice with the collaboration of the partners, with the best of Venitian cuisine and hospitality, the very own solo show, and a programme of events to attend. The participation to the contest has been encouraging, and the organization (the Venitian association Il Leone di Plastica) will be doing their best to offer the journey to Venice as complimentary to the grand yearly winner and companion (provided that it is obviously impossible to guess where the winner will come from, in an international competition).

What more? A digital catalogue is in preparation. All the above has a symbolic entry fee (10 euros) aimed to cover the costs of staff and exhibition, and help underwrite art projects in Venice.

 

For more information:

– website: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/
– partners: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/partners/
– presentation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2qwRwVuP84

Contacts :

Website: www.onedayinvenezia.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OneDayInVenezia/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/OneDayInVenezia

 

 

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(With photos by: Rosemary Wilmot, Maria Roccaforte, Pamela Wheeler, Mauro Chiesa, Klaus Bayer, Sue Henderson, Mario Del Do, Luca Rossini. Grazie.

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