Author: FMoPA

2024 International Photography Competition

The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is delighted to announce the winners of the 2024 International Photography Competition. This year’s IPC is the Museum’s most successful to date, with FMoPA receiving an impressive 2,557 photographs submitted by 593 photographers from 59 different countries. Thank you to everyone who submitted this year and all of our judges, and congratulations to all the winners!

This year’s competition is generously sponsored by the Tampa International Airport and Visit Tampa Bay.

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Photo Ybor: Then and Now

Explore the rich history and cultural evolution of Ybor City through the lens of photography. Witness the transformation from its immigrant roots to a vibrant hub of multiculturalism. Experience historic and contemporary images side by side, taken by artist Chip Weiner and other talented photographers, capturing the essence of change, preservation, and integration. On view: July 18-November 17, 2024, Gallery 1

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Development & Community Relations Specialist (Part-Time)

The Development & Community Relations Specialist plays a vital role in advancing our museum’s mission by spearheading development initiatives and fostering meaningful connections within our community. As a part-time member of our team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to various aspects of museum development and community engagement.

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TutuTango

Inspired by Silent movies, New Wave cinema, and photographer Duane Michals’ storytelling style, this exhibition invites viewers to witness a choreographed encounter between two souls, meticulously captured individually in different parts of the world, yet brought together through similar settings and emotional resonance. The project stands as a testament to the power of art to connect, move, and provoke thought, even in the face of separation. Dorothee and Michael, through their artistic synergy and innovative use of technology, have crafted a narrative that speaks to the heart of human connection. On view: August 6 – September 15, Gallery 2

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