'Sense of Place' Photo Exhibition

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A ‘Sense of Place ‘ is a connection to the world around you.

Everyone’s sense of place is unique. Is it a mood or a feeling we experience when in a place that particularly relates to being in Cunderdin ?

Is it somewhere special to you and your family? What is the social or physical landscape where you live? How do you define your place within the Cunderdin Shire?

How do you capture your connection to Cunderdin, showcasing life, work, recreation or landscape through a camera lens?

The Cunderdin Photo club is running an exhibition ‘Sense of Place - Cunderdin’ to coincide with the Back to Cunderdin weekend in March 2023, with the photographs to be displayed in the Cunderdin Museum.

Entry to the exhibition is subject to the following conditions:

  • The exhibition is open to photographers who are, or have been, resident in the Shire of Cunderdin.
  • The photograph needs to have been captured by the author within the 5 years before the closing date for entries and meet the topic criteria, which will be at the discretion of the selectors.
  • Images may be colour or monochrome. Images cannot be watermarked or have a logo imbedded.
  • Copyright remains with the entrant, but the entrant agrees that the image may be used for Shire of Cunderdin tourism purposes.
  • Entry fee of $20 per photograph, will cover the cost of printing and mounting the photograph which includes a matt board and backing and makes your photo ready for framing.
  • A limit of 5 entries per photographer.
  • Photograph entries to be send to cunderdinphotoclub@gmail.com by the closing date of 4pm, January 31st .  Name and contact phone number to be included with the digital image.
  • Contact Alan Carter on 0429 351 329  or Jan Whisson on 0418 904 079  for more details. 


Exhibition details:

The Cunderdin Photo Club invites the public to join them at the Cunderdin Museum for the 'Sense of Place' photograph exhibition (free entry & no booking required).  


The Exhibition Opening is scheduled for:

FRIDAY, 10 March 2023 at the Cunderdin Museum (Forrest street, Cunderdin)

Doors open at 6.30 pm (to 8.30 pm)


Come and have a look at the wonderful photographs taken by the talented Cunderdin Community.  

If you are unable to attend on Friday night, the exhibition will still be available to view for the next month.  


For more information please don't hesitate to contact Alan Carter (ph. 0429 351 329) or Jan Whisson (ph. 0418 904 079).