The Adelaide Law School’s Images of Justice Photographic Competition and Exhibition has come to a close for another year. The exhibition which was run in conjunction with Art and Heritage Collections included 30 finalist artworks and was open from the 18th October to the 1st November. Prize winners were announced at a special exhibition awards night event on Friday 25th October held at the University.
The photographic competition is a community engagement initiative that challenges entrants to capture the essence of justice and truth through the lens of a camera. We had many great entries this year and we thank all those who participated in the competition and those who visited the exhibition.
The featured artist for the 2013 competition was Dr Bob Brown (former Senator for Tasmania), who’s artworks were included in the exhibition. Dr Bob Brown also visited the exhibition on Friday the 18th of October for the exhibition opening and a Cultural Musing session organised by the Art and Heritage Collections.
With the competition now in its second year, it was great to see so much involvement and support. There were over 200 votes for the People’s Choice winner this year.
The prize winners images can be viewed on the Images of Justice webpage.
The prizes in each category were awarded to:
1st Hercules J, by Raegan Kelly
2nd Lost Hope, by Christopher Henies
3rd Truth? By Craig Ellis
1st Justice – In Time, by James Unkles
2nd Don’t Vote for Wars, by Matt Stone
3rd Watching, by Jason Nolan
1st Superheros – ‘Seeking the Truth’, by Chris Herzfeld (in collaboration with Thom Buchanan)
2nd Malcom and Marziya, by Grant Nowell
3rd T for Truth, Gregg Higgs
People’s Choice Vote
Hercules J, by Raegan Kelly
The People’s Choice was determined by 214 votes from visitors to the exhibition during the first week of opening including guests at the awards evening.
We thank our major sponsor Lipman Karas as well as prize sponsors Atkins Technicolour and Wakefield Press and wine sponsor Wine Direct for their continued support.