The Wayne County Historical Society Museum of Wayne County History would like to involve Wayne County High School students in a new Student Photo Exhibit, “Timeless.”

The Wayne County Historical Society Museum of Wayne County History would like to involve Wayne County High School students in a new Student Photo Exhibit, “Timeless.” The exhibit will be set up throughout the museum and in the changing exhibit room with the preview party planned for Nov. 4 at 7 p.m.

The exhibit was conceptualized to go hand in hand with the summer/fall exhibit, “The Attic Trunk.” Special thanks to Camille Santangelo and Alicia Lindsy from the Lyons School District for suggesting this theme for this years student photo exhibit.

Entry rules are: Photographs must me of any Wayne County person, place or thing that has a timeless quality; all interested students who are in ninth through 12th grade during the 2010-2011 school year may enter up to three photographs, in color or black and white for the exhibit; eigible entries must be hard copy photos on photographic paper, matte or glossy; dimensions of the actual photograph must be either 4x6 or 8x10; τhe photograph must be either matted or framed; each entry must have the name, address, age of student, and title of the photo clearly printed on a label on the back; the exhibit will not be juried, entries will be selected by the museum collections committee; photos do not have to be printed or developed by the students; digitally or artistically enhanced photos are allowed.

All entries must be received by the museum by Thursday, Oct. 28. Photos will be returned to the students when the exhibit closes at the end of December.