Hospital seeks photography donations for new wing

Hospital seeks photography donations for new wing

  • Saturday, February 11, 2017 1:30am
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Attention photographers: your work could be selected to gussy up the new inpatient wing at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center in Coupeville.

Hospital officials this week put out a call to photographers interested in donating images for the new facility, which is expected to open by spring.

“Many local photographers have asked about displaying their work in our new wing,” said Helen Taylor, executive director of the WhidbeyHealth Foundation. “We are asking interested photographers, both amateur and professional, to submit images to be considered for the new space.”

She added that the desire is for the space to “reflect the beauty of our island and its people.”

“We believe that photographs taken on Whidbey will help create a more healing environment for those who are receiving care.”

Photographers are invited to submit electronic images for consideration for a one-time reproduction and installation in the wing. Pieces must include a watermark of the photographer’s name and/or website. Photos selected will be acknowledged as a charitable donation, with proper tax documentation and acknowledgment.

For additional details, email Taylor at tayloh@whidbeyhealth.org or call her at 360-678-7656, ext. 4020.

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