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Deadline Extended for Cape Fear New Music Festival’s Photography Contest in Fayetteville, NC – Deadline Mar. 10, 2014

February 24, 2014

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The deadline for submitting original photography to the Cape Fear New Music Festival’s photography contest has been extended to Mar. 10.

The Cape Fear Music Festival in Fayetteville, NC, will be held Apr. 12, 2014, at Methodist University. The festival includes a photography contest which employs photography (visual art) to interpret music (auditory art). The contest is open to photographers of all ages and experience levels. The photos submitted to the contest will be exhibited at the festival.

The event will include a musical concert and an exhibition of photography from Legendary “Life Magazine” photographer, Burk Uzzle, one of America’s most highly regarded photographers. The festival will include at talk from Uzzle and a reception following the concert. Uzzle will also serve as a judge for the contest.

Uzzle is a North Carolina native who has given more than five decades to his unique blend of the American sensibility. In 1962 at age 23, he became the youngest contract photographer ever hired by “Life Magazine”. From 1967 to 1983 he was a member photographer of the Magnum Photo Agency and from 1979 -1980 served as its president. From 1983 he has worked as an independent photographer with numerous magazine and corporate clients, museum and gallery exhibitions, and he has had published several books of his work. Burk Uzzle is represented by the Lawrence Miller gallery in NYC.

Methodist University is an independent four-year institution of higher education with over 2,400 students from 41 states and 53 countries. Methodist University offers over 80 majors and concentrations, 100 clubs and organizations, four master’s degree programs, and 20 NCAA III intercollegiate sports.

For more information on the selected music and contest guidelines, please visit (www.methodist.edu/capefearfestival) or contact Steven Brey, Dean School of Arts and Humanities at 910/630-7090 or e-mail to (sbrey@methodist.edu).

To learn more about Methodist University, please visit (www.methodist.edu).

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