Photographic Nights of Selma Festival – October 24 – 25, 2020

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Photographic Nights of Selma Festival 

The Photographic Nights of Selma festival highlights photography as an art form and joins people from across the globe to share time together in a place with a rich history. Through the power of art, this festival is building bonds of friendship as it crosses a multitude of boundaries, and allows people to come together and better understand each other. The world is invited to enjoy this new, beautiful bridge, in Selma, Alabama.

Jerry Siegel Portrait

Jerry Siegel – Guest of honor – 2020 Edition

 

Born is Selma, AL, Jerry Siegel is a photographer living in Atlanta, GA, and working throughout the Southeast. Siegel focuses his work in traditions of portrait and documentary photography.

His most recent body of work, Reveal, is an intimate look behind the scenes into the illusion created by Drag artists.

J.Kevin Swain – President of the Jury – 2020 Edition

 

We are proud to introduce you our President of the jury for the 1st edition of Photographic Night Of Selma : J. KEVIN SWAIN

J. Kevin Swain is an Emmy® and Grammy® nominated American television and film executive with over 30 years of creative and production leadership and experience. Swain is a leading multi-camera director/producer of major live events.

Jerry Siegel Portrait

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The winners of the 2020 édition

The winners of the 2020 édition

Grand Prize from the Jury:   Isabelle Serro Tanganyika: The Right to Safe WaterHonorable Mention from the Jury and People’s Choice Award: Sydney Foster Walks in the South As winners, Isabelle will be given a trip to the second edition of the Selma festival and...

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Tribute to P.H.Polk

Tribute to P.H.Polk

Tribute P.H.Polk The Photographic Nights of selma team is pleased to announce a tribute to photographer P.H. Polk. Photographer P.H. Polk spent nearly forty years as the official photographer for the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, after becoming the school's first...

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