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CMA Photo Hunt Gallery

Columbus Museum of Art is proud to be a leader and champion of the growing mobile photography community in Columbus, and around the globe through the CMA Photo Hunt project, an ongoing initiative to connect mobile photographers with art and each other. In 2012 CMA was the first museum in the world to present an exhibition of curated, crowd-sourced photographs shared through Instagram. To date Columbus Museum of Art has presented five mobile photography exhibitions from more than 7,000 images submitted from mobile photographers from around the world. Be sure to watch for our next big mobile photography news on the CMA blog and Instagram.

Read more about the inception of the Photo Hunt project in stories in The Columbus Dispatch, Art Daily, and Clic France, and Columbus Alive.

Take a look at the many creative entries since CMA Photo Hunts began.

#CMAPhotoHunt via Instagram

#CMAPhotoHunt via Twitter

#CMAPhotoHunt via Flickr

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About Jennifer Poleon

CMA's Digital Communications Manager, writer, artist, traveler, film fanatic and local foods lover, former magazine editor turned arts professional, and creator of the CMA Photo Hunt Project
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4 Responses to CMA Photo Hunt Gallery

  1. My family, friends and I can’t wait to see the photohunt installment! So very excited to see my photos featured as well as have our usual fantastic, fun visit throughout the museum:)

  2. judith Maule says:

    This is such a visually exciting and socially inclusive project. i can’t wait to see it on my first visit to the Columbus Museum.
    Judith

  3. [...] du musée et  Catherine Evans, spécialiste de l’art photographique ont du examiner plus de 900 photo soumises par 100 photographes pour sélectionner les 30 photos illustrant le mieux les objectifs fixés par [...]

  4. […] which is primarily a digital invitation and exercise involving photographs, not dissimilar to CMA’s Photo Hunt series, I think watching the video of my TEDx talk will help people to understand the project. It would […]

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