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  • 'Picture My Weekend' scavenger hunt was a success

    July 31,2013 -- Nearly 40 people took part in the 6th annual Picture My Weekend Photography Show and Workshop July 26-27 in Alva, some from as far away as Buffalo and Eldorado, Okla.

  • New attraction added to annual photography show, workshop July 26-27

    July 22, 2013 -- A PhotoBooth will be a new attraction on Friday during the Photography Show portion of the 6th annual Picture My Weekend event in the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Student Center in Alva. The show and workshops are free and open to the public. Photography workshop session leader Kayla Waldrop, who owns Enid’s PhotoOp, is bringing her PhotoBooth, along with several props, to make for a fun atmosphere during the annual Photography Show from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Student Center.

  • More than 50 photographers attend 'Picture My Weekend'

    August 3, 2012 -- Judges had difficult decisions to make while reviewing photos on display during Northwestern Creativity Project’s “Picture My Weekend.” More than 50 photographers came to the Runnymede Hotel in Alva for a day of photography workshops and brought photos for public viewing during the Photography Show last Friday and Saturday.

  • Digital photographers can register for free workshop in Alva

    July 11, 2012 -- The fifth annual Picture My Weekend digital photography workshop and show will be Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28, in the historic Runnymede Hotel on Alva’s downtown square. Part of the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Creativity Project, Picture My Weekend will feature a public showing of participants’ photos on Friday evening, a variety of workshops on Saturday, along with a shooting session around Alva. At the end of the day, photographs from the “assignment” will be featured in a slide show at the Graceful Arts Center.

  • Nearly 60 photographers attend 'Picture My Weekend'

    Judges had difficult decisions to make while they reviewed more than 160 photos on display during Northwestern Creativity Project’s “Picture My Weekend.” Nearly 60 photographers came to the Runnymede Hotel in Alva for a day of photography workshops and brought photos for public viewing during the Photography Show last Friday and Saturday.