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Hal Fulgham Memorial Scholarship

Named for the founder of the group that became ATPI, this scholarship for a graduating senior of a Texas member is based on a portfolio of up to ten images.


Deadline

  • Received by April 20, 2018


Entry Fee

  • $5 per portfolio


Awards

  • $1000 for first place
  • $500 for second place
  • $250 for third place


Portfolio

  • 8 – 10 images
  • Black and white and/or color
  • Entries will be uploaded to the ATPI contest site here by 6 pm on April 20, 2018.
  • The portfolio should show consistency and reflect the student’s personal vision or style


Rules and Submission Guidelines

  • Portfolios will compete in either the Fine Art or the Photojournalism category. Upload the portfolios using the ATPI contest site into the appropriate category.
  • Students may enter up to three portfolios in each division.
  • Students may only receive one scholarship award.
  • The student does not have to major in photography in college in order to receive the Hal Fulgham scholarship.
  • Entry forms available in the PDF file. Mail one copy of the entry form with payment to the PO box.

Winners Lists

Fine Art Category
20182017201620152014201320122011201020092008200720062005
Photojournalism Category
20182017201620152014201320122011201020092008200720062005
Pre-2005 Winners
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Winners Galleries

2017 Hal Fulgham Winners 2016 Hal Fulgham Winners 2015 Hal Fulgham Winners 2010 Hal Fulgham Winners

Contest Statistics

2018:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 29
Photojournalism – 18

First Place Fine Art – Trejon D’Angelo
Advanced Technology Complex – Denton, TX
Will Milne, instructor

First Place Photojournalism – Mariana Luna
Green B Trimble Technical High School – Fort Worth, TX
Shannon Oden, instructor

2017:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 34
Photojournalism – 13

First Place Fine Art – Kailee Harris
Vista Ridge High School – Cedar Park, TX
Katy Dougharty, instructor

First Place Photojournalism – Annabel Thorpe
Argyle High School – Argyle, TX
Stacy Short, instructor

2016:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 22
Photojournalism – 21

First Place Fine Art – Madison Scott
Cypress Woods High School – Cypress, TX
Juan Guevara, instructor

First Place Photojournalism – Danielle Thompson
Creekview High School – Carrollton, TX
Leah Waters, instructor

2015:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 17
Photojournalism – 11

First Place Fine Art – Lauren Franco
Trinity High School – Euless, TX
Jeff Grimm, instructor

First Place Photojournalism – Matt Garnett
Argyle High School – Argyle, TX
Stacey Short, instructor

2014:

Number of entries received: not available

First Place Fine Art – Madeline Hyde
Nolan Catholic High School – Fort Worth, TX
Christine Coleman, instructor

First Place Photojournalism – Ben Regalado
Trinity High School – Euless, TX
Jeff Grimm, instructor

2013:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 18
Photojournalism – 6

2012:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 14
Photojournalism -11

2011:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 12
Photojournalism -11

2010:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 15
Photojournalism -11

2009:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 15
Photojournalism – 9

2008:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 28
Photojournalism – 18

2006:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 22
Photojournalism – 32

2005:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 13
Photojournalism – 13

2004:

Number of entries received: 48

2003:

Number of entries received: 34

2002:

Number of entries received: 43

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