Children's Hospitals Photo Exhibit
The biennial Children’s Hospitals Photo Exhibit serves as a powerful reminder to viewers that all children need children’s hospitals. The images that make up exhibit portray the important work children's hospitals perform every day. These photos put a face on children’s hospitals and showcase the patients, families and health care providers who care for kids. Photos are judged for their high quality and ability to capture the mission of children’s hospitals.
Submit your photos
We are now accepting submissions for the 2015-16 exhibit in the fall of 2014. All photos and applications will be submitted online. Photos selected for the exhibit are:
- Displayed annually in the Rotunda of the Senate Building on Capitol Hill and other appropriate external venues for public relations and educational purposes.
- Leased as an exhibit by children’s hospitals across the nation, where the photos are used in public relations, fundraising, education and outreach efforts and events.
- Spotlighted in Association publications and website, displayed at national conferences and featured in external and internal collateral materials, such as advertising and advocacy campaigns.
Selected photos will premiere on Capitol Hill in conjunction with the Association’s Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day, June 17-18, 2015, and will receive public relations and visibility support from the Association. View news coverage of the exhibit.
New this year
- Electronic submission. No need to send hard copies via mail.
- Stories behind the photo. Share your photo’s backstory in the submission. Select stories will be incorporated into the exhibit. View a sample.
- Educational components will be incorporated into the exhibit and will reinforce the idea that children’s hospitals provide advanced care and are one of a kind.
- Images. Winning photos will be reproduced as larger prints on 1/4-inch flat boards—no mattes or frames needed.
- Suggested photo categories. Send us photos depicting:
- Clinical care
- Teaching and training
- Child health advocacy
Robert Brandon's StoryRobert Brandon is the subject of one of the award winning photos in the 2013 exhibit. Brandon was born without the lower part of his left arm as a result of amniotic band syndrome (ABS), a congenital disorder in which fibrous amniotic bands entangle parts of a developing fetus. Read Brandon's story.
Juliana's StoryJuliana Cordero is the subject of one the award winning photos in the 2013 exhibit. Born at 25 weeks gestation due to preeclampsia, she weighed only 14 ounces. Today, she is crawling, talking and on track with the development of a 14-month-old. Read Juliana's story, shared by her mom, Julie Cordero.
Read more stories from the Photo Exhibit:
Member hospitals may lease the photo exhibit for up to four weeks. Download the leasing form (Word).
Contact Vikki Sara at (202) 753-5357 with questions.