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Augustana Sights & Sounds: Through February 26 at Bucktown PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 February 2009 22:08

corynnhanson-thumb.jpgAugustana Sights & Sounds, an exhibit of photographs from Augustana College and high-school students, will be on display at the Bucktown Center for the Arts (open Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 225 East Second Street in Davenport) through February 26.

 
Winners of the River Cities’ Reader Fall 2008 Photo Contest PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 03 December 2008 02:46

Reader issue #713 For our fall photo contest, we made your job easier, and ours harder.

We asked for photographs of babies and pets for this year's contest, and we received 166 entries.

 
Augustana College Comes to Davenport: “Augustana Sights & Sounds,” January 25 at Bucktown PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 January 2008 02:27

Kaitlin Sirois - Colors of the Slough The Bucktown Center for the Arts (225 East Second Street in downtown Davenport) will host a Final Friday event on January 25, showcasing photography, music, and comedy from Augustana College students.

 
Fall 2007 Photo Contest Winners PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 28 November 2007 02:55

Reader issue #661 For our fall 2007 photo contest, we asked our readers to submit photographs playing off the words "beginning," "middle," and "end." Here we present our favorites from among the nearly 100 submissions we received.

 
Fall 2006 Photo-Contest Winners PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 November 2006 03:24

Reader issue #609 The cliché goes that a picture's worth a thousand words, but what happens when a picture is supposed to represent a single word?

"Allure." "Awkward." "Pattern." Those were the prompts for the Reader's fall photo contest, and they're admittedly challenging. Many things are attractive, or graceless, or feature the repetition of motifs, after all. But how do you capture those qualities in a photograph?

 
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