All levels of photographers are invited to submit work reflecting the theme “ home ” to th e Historic Downtown Tracy City Window Gallery’s Second Exhibition by Oct. 20.
Photographers of all ages and experience from Grundy, Franklin, and Marion Counties are eligible to submit. The theme for this exhibition, “ home ,” is open to a variety of interpretations. Photographers’ exploration of the theme might include, but is not limited to, locale, symbols, memory, buildings, objects, nostalgia and people. The photographs entered may answer the question, what is your notion of “ home” and what best represents it. A holiday event will be held in conjunction with this exhibition in December.
Entries will be accepted until Oct. 20 and the selected works will be on view in the windows of Historic Downtown Tracy City from Nov. 17 through Feb. 28.
The exhibition is made possible by Tennessee Arts Commission and hosted by local businesses in the windows of Depot Emporium, Annex Cafe, Grundy County Historical Society Museum, Citizens Tri-County Bank and Dutch Maid Bakery.
Please send entries in jpeg format to
The 1st exhibit of the Downtown Tracy City Window Gallery opened on Aug. 12 and will remain available for viewing until mid November.
The first exhibit featured the creative artwork from our local students participating in summer camps across the plateau.