INNSBRUCK. Under the motto “My Innsbruck district”, the city of Innsbruck, Foto Lamprecht and 6020 Magazin were looking for the most original snapshots from various corners of the state capital.
To participate, all you have to do is upload a picture on Instagram with the hashtag #INNstablick. A jury selected the most beautiful pictures from which were shown in the city archive / city museum. Yesterday, October 7th, the ten best photos were awarded a prize.
“I congratulate this year’s winners. With the first third edition of the Nun, it became clear again how diverse our city is. Innsbruck’s districts are home to so many treasures that the participants creatively staged with their contributions “
, has shown City Councilor for Culture Uschi Schwarzl real.
“My thanks especially go to the many participants. With their contributions, they have dealt with the topic of ‘Innsbruck districts’, documented it and thus recorded the city’s history. This year, too, we succeeded in another great competition, for which I would like to thank our partners most sincerely ”
, is glad Project manager Renate Ursprunger from the City Archives / City Museum Innsbruck.
Best pictures awarded
Due to the pandemic, the award ceremony could not take place publicly this year, but only on a smaller scale. The first prize – a system camera, provided by Foto Lamprecht – could Alfred Kovacs decide for yourself. The second prize, a fine art print voucher, was handed over Sabine Nairz and Bernd Eckl from Photo Lamprecht Christina Brückl. The other prizes, such as an annual pass for the Alpenzoo, market hall vouchers, shopping vouchers from Innsbruck Marketing and day ski passes from the Patscherkofelbahn were awarded to third to tenth place. Ernst Pisch was awarded the special prize of the 6020 city magazine. During the course of the exhibition, visitors were able to mark their personal favorites with a heart sticker on site. David Stifter’s photo got the most “likes”. He was awarded the Audience Prize by City Councilor Schwarzl – a bulging backpack from the Nordkettenbahnen.
“Thanks also go to the jury members from Foto Lamprecht, Innsbruck Stadtmarketing, 6020 Stadtmagazin, the photographer Stefan Rasberger and the professional photographers’ guild, represented by Klaus Maislinger. The decision is not easy for us this year either “
, stresses Renate Ursprunger. All participants, works exhibited in the City Archives / City Museum Innsbruck, were allowed to take their photos with them.
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