Peninsula Photo Contest Exhibition
June 12-August 14, 2021
From a record 995 photo submissions, the 2021 Peninsula Photo Contest is proud to present 12 winners and 14 honorable mentions submitted by locals from the 6-5-0 area code. Their exceptional work will be in the Six Fifty and Palo Alto Weekly on June 11 and on display at the Palo Alto Art Center from June 12 to Aug 14.
Hundreds of locals submitted nearly 1,000 photos for this year's Peninsula Photo Contest. You can see the captivating, thought-provoking winners in the Palo Alto Weekly, on TheSixFifty.com and at the Palo Alto Art Center starting June 12!
This year, 995 photos spanning six categories set a record for the largest turnout in Peninsula Photo Contest history. Congratulations to the winners and honorable mentions!
Sarah Simon, Jellyfish Mushrooms, Old La Honda Road, CA, 2020
The Art of Disability Culture
Artists with disabilities dispelling myths, dissolving barriers and disrupting prejudice
Thirty years after the passing of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) disability arts organizations, individual artists, and informal groups or artist collectives are challenging expectations and claiming their seats at the table, their slots in the gallery, or their time at the microphone. Every artist or designer featured in this exhibition has one or more visible or invisible disabilities. Far from presenting a single monolithic point of view, they use a wide range of techniques and approaches in personal ways to investigate the complex, nuanced and wide range of experiences and identities that contribute to disability culture.
To learn more about our upcoming exhibitions, view our Advance Exhibition Schedule(PDF, 192KB).