The 10th Anniversary of top London club The End takes place in December 2005! As part of the celebrations The End has joined forces with digital imaging specialist, Canon, to launch a fantastic photography competition with an incredible prize. Entry to the competition is easy and the brief offers huge scope. Simply Create an image which illustrates what nightlife means to you.
One lucky winner will win a Canon EOS 350D, an award winning camera from Canon's digital SLR range which offers outstanding image quality and 8.0 Megapixel resolution. A breakthrough camera that has taken the market by storm, the EOS 350D is one of Canons most admired models and a must for anyone who wants to take photography to the next level. This highly desirable camera forms part of a superb prize package. The lucky winners work will be displayed at Exhibitionism, a stunning photographic retrospective in central London attended by key players in Londons creative industries. In addition, the winner gets VIP treatment at all of The Ends 10th Anniversary parties. Tickets for these events will be like gold dust; making this a once in a lifetime opportunity!
Exhibitionism will show in AKA during October and November and will provide a visual narrative of The Ends history and its place in London nightlife, not to mention all the amazing people and moments that make the club what it is. Work will include magical photographic images alongside film footage and rare club memorabilia, plus the winning image that sums up what nightlife is all about!
In the 10 years since The End launched in 1995, it has been an integral part of nightlife in London and beyond and has perpetually proven itself to be at the forefront of dance music innovation. With clubs over the years including Twice As Nice, DTPM, Ram Records, Lazy Dog, Bugged Out, Trash, and Underwater, The End has embodied all that is inventive, cutting-edge and exciting about dance music.
This photography competition offers people the chance to celebrate and innovate alongside a club which has been doing just that for the last 10 years.