The Indiana Bicentennial Commission is asking Hoosiers to submit digital photographs for possible inclusion in a coffee table book commemorating Indiana’s 200 years of statehood.

The 240-page book will be published later this year.

“Anybody can submit—professional photographer, amateur photographer—and have a chance to be in that publication,” Commission executive director Perry Hammock said.

Hammock says the photos must be taken in Indiana and can include the natural environment, buildings, farms, the Hoosier people and other subjects.
Indiana’s bicentennial celebration officially begins in 2016.

The deadline to submit photos is May 15. Photos can be submitted here.


Rick Howlett is WFPL's Broadcast Editor and also produces feature and general assignment radio stories.