Radnor Reflections Information and Entry Form

Radnor Reflections: Exhibition & Sale of Local Photography

The Wayne Art Center & Radnor Conservancy Present:

Radnor Reflections: Capturing a Way of Life Through the Lens of a Camera in all Seasons
Exhibition & Sale of Local Photography
May 9 – June 27, 2015 / Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith

Opening Reception & Awards:
Sunday, May 17th, 3-5PM

Call For Entries

Photographs of Radnor Township locations only may be submitted. Each photographer may enter up to 4 photos. Residency in the township IS NOT required.

Photographs of Radnor Township locations ONLY will be accepted. Photographs should chronicle the sites and people of Radnor Township through 2014-2015. Photos may be color or black & white, and cannot exceed 16×20 inches of image surface (not including matte & frame)

All photographs must be mounted with white matte board in standard thin black framing for consistency within the exhibition. Please be sure framed photographs are wired for hanging and have proper labeling affixed to the back.

Delivery of Work:
Please hand deliver up to four photographs to the Wayne Art Center on May 4 & 5, 2015 from 9AM-5PM with your entry form. Both Wayne Art Center and Radnor Conservancy reserve the right to use any photos submitted for print and web promotional purposes as well as reserve the right to determine whether any photo does not comply with the mission of the exhibition.

$500 in prizes will be awarded by professional photographer, Rob Cardillo, former Director of Photography at Organic Gardening Magazine and photographer for major publications, landscape designers and horticultural suppliers.

Sales & Insurance:
Wayne Art Center will retain a 40% commission on all sales of work. Work will be insured for 60% of its value for the duration of the exhibition but not after the official pick-up date.

Pick up of Unsold Work:
Please retrieve your unsold photographs from June 29-July 3, 2015, 9AM-5PM.


For more information see the Wayne Art Center’s webpage!


For the entry form and information, click the link below:


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Radnor Reflections Recap

Enjoy another look at this year’s Radnor Reflections photography exhibit! Local artists presented images of Radnor Township which were on display at the Wayne Art Center through late June.  If you missed it, be sure to check out the video below!

Radnor Reflections was made possible through collaboration with the Radnor Memorial Library and the Wayne Art Center.  A special thanks to Ruth Parker for the wonderful video!


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Radnor Trails in the Philadelphia News

Radnor Trails in Philadelphia Inquirer


On Sunday July 13th, The Philadelphia Inquirer ran this interesting article on the various ramifications of drastically expanding Radnor Township’s trail system.  The article brings up the initial arguments against the construction of the Radnor Multi-Use trail and points out what a successful community space it has become.  We are optimistic about the future of Radnor Township’s greenways and open space projects and look forward to your support!

Radnor Looks at Expanding Trails


Image from www.lowermerion.org
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Race for Open Space 2014

Thanks to everyone who came out to support Open Space in Radnor Township.  This year’s 5k Race for Open Space saw about 100 participants on the beautiful trails of the Willows and Skunk Hollow Park!  We look forward to seeing you all again next year.  A special thanks also to our sponsors for making this and other events possible!

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Tree Give Away 2014

Radnor Free Tree Give Away 2014

On Saturday April 26th, 2014, the Radnor Conservancy in cooperation with Radnor Township and Chanticleer Gardens gave away 120 new trees to Radnor residents. The program was a huge success and we plan to do it again in the Fall of 2014!

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Preparing for the Great Backyard Birdcount


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Radnor Becomes a Bird Town!

Bird Town1Bird Town is a working partnership between Audubon and municipalities in Pennsylvania to promote conservation and community-based actions to create a healthy, more sustainable environment for birds and people.

Audubon provides the tools for the municipality to engage their residents, schools and businesses in making more ecologically-friendly decisions, conserving energy and in the process, saving money. A Bird Town makes efforts to restore valuable ecosystem services to create a culture of conservation where everyone is a potential steward of nature in their backyard and beyond.

At the Board of Commissioners meeting on January 7, 2013, the Commissioners voted to adopt initiatives to be recognized as an Audubon Bird Town.  Now, the Radnor Conservancy and the Environmental Action Committee are working with Audubon PA to promote the Bird Town program in Radnor Township.

The premise of the program is to recognize that our native birds are indicators of our community’s environmental quality. Loss of habitat and degradation of habitat quality has resulted in Audubon focusing on backyards and other human-influenced landscapes as sanctuaries for birds.

Bird Town’s mission is to work in partnership to inspire and promote community-based actions that create a culture of conservation and healthy living through awareness programs, education, environmental projects, birding activities, citizen science (making a difference for science and bird conservation) and innovate grassroots involvement. It’s aim is to introduce Radnor residents to the incredible natural wonders that can be found in one’s own backyard or schoolyard.
Our goals include:
• To increase awareness of birds as indicators of environmental health.
• To increase awareness of water, air, nutrient, pesticide and habitat improvements
• To encourage residents, schools, businesses and government to join us in this effort and initiate their own projects such as residential backyard design and stewardship, educational programs in the schools, park management and invasive plant management.
• To connect more people to nature through birding activities such as bird watching in public locations, backyard bird counts, bird reporting and bird feeding.
• To demonstrate the connection between increased bird populations and diversity through habitat improvement projects.

The first activity we are promoting is the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC)
The GBBC is an annual four-day event that engages bird watchers of all ages in counting birds to create a real-time snapshot of winter bird populations. Participants are asked to count birds for as little as 15 minutes (or as long as they wish) on one or more days of the event and report their sightings online at www.birdcount.org. Anyone can take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count, from beginning bird watchers, to experts, and you can now participate from anywhere in the world!
The 16th annual GBBC will be held Friday, February 15, through Monday, February 18, 2013. Please visit the official website at www.birdcount.org for more information and be sure to check out the latest educational and promotional resources.

It’s free, fun, and easy. Each checklist submitted during the GBBC helps researchers at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society learn more about how birds are doing, and how to protect them and the environment we share. Last year, participants turned in more than 104,000 online checklists, creating the continent’s largest instantaneous snapshot of bird populations ever recorded.


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Get Ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count!

Bird Town Bird Count Poster

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Big Tree Event at Clem Macrone Great Success

Thanks for helping to make our tree planting day such a great success! The streambank revitalization project at Clem Macrone park this past weekend was a huge success!  With almost 50 volunteers over the course of two days, we planted … Continue reading

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