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 24, 2020

Entry Fee

  • $5 per portfolio

Awards

  • $1000 for first place
  • $500 for second place
  • $250 for third place
  • $100 for honorable mention

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 24, 2020.
  • 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
2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005
Photojournalism Category
2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005
Pre-2005 Winners
2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Winners Galleries

2019 Hal Fulgham Winners 2018 Hal Fulgham Winners 2017 Hal Fulgham Winners 2016 Hal Fulgham Winners 2015 Hal Fulgham Winners 2010 Hal Fulgham Winners

Contest Statistics

2019:

Number of entries received:
Fine Art – 34
Photojournalism – 15

First Place Fine Art – Ash Thye
Trinity High School – Euless, TX
Michael Peña, instructor

First Place Photojournalism – Kaitlyn Gordon
Texas High School – Texarkana, TX
Clint Smith, instructor

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