The Scottish Civic Trust's My Place Photography Competition is
a heritage photographic competition for young people of school
age in Scotland.
winners of the 2017 competition were announced on Thursday 23 March
at a special ceremony in The Lighthouse,
is the My Place Photography Competition?
It is aimed at encouraging young people to explore their built
environments in a creative way using photography as means of
investigation and creative expression.
The My Place Photography Competition forms part of Scotland's
contribution to the International Heritage Photographic Experience
supported by the Council of Europe as part of Our Common Heritage
The project is supported by Historic Environment
In 2017 the project is sponsored by Jessops; they
actively support the competition through
promotion and supplying
Who can enter?
- All young people of school age in Scotland are eligible to
- Entrants should be of either primary school age or secondary
- Entries should be made by a group leader or
teacher on behalf of their students.
All entries will be placed in an online gallery and displayed in
a public exhibition.
Two winners will be selected by a panel of judges.
I'm a teacher, how can my class or group take part?
Participation is free, simple and straight forward.
To take part in the Scottish Civic Trust's My Place Photography
Competition teachers should register as a member via this website
and submit entries on behalf of pupils. Use the member registation
option on the left to get started.
Once approved, you can upload images directly to the
How to enter: register and submit
You will find the following guidelines in our Competition
Teachers should also sign up to the My Place Photography
e-bulletin. Sign up on the right.
The competition will be open for entries from September
2017 to January 2018.