Bingham Healthcare is thrilled to announce that they are launching a photo and artwork contest, sponsored by Dr. Dan E. Robinson, DPM, MHA, podiatrist and foot and ankle specialist at Bingham Healthcare Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. All Idahoans are asked to submit a unique photo or piece of artwork (all types) that focuses on the foot and ankle.
“Currently, my exam rooms do not have any artwork on the walls,” says Dr. Robinson. “From all of the entries, we are going to select a total of six pieces of photography or artwork, which will then be hung in my exam rooms, along with the artists’ names. I thought this would be an exciting opportunity to engage with the community and invoke a spirit of creativity surrounding the foot and ankle, celebrating a body part that we often take for granted.”
To learn more about Dr. Robinson, please visit: https://www.binghammemorial.org/dan-e-robinson-dpm
Ages 5-8 (1 Winner - $50 Prize)
Ages 9-12 (1 Winner - $150 Prize)
Ages 13-17 (1 Winner - $200 Prize)
Ages 18+ (2 Winners - $500 Prize)
High School Senior and/or College Student (1 Winner - $500 Scholarship)
Participants may only enter 1 (one) category for this contest.
Each artist may submit a photograph or piece of artwork (all types) related to the foot and ankle no later than Friday, August 14, 2020.
Participants can design or create a piece of artwork anyway they like, keeping in mind that it will have to be hung on a wall.
The photography or artwork can be creative, abstract, or anatomically correct.
Please be sure to fill out the form on this landing page completely so Bingham knows how to contact the winners.
Please note that we will not be accepting physical entries at this time. The first step is to create a piece of artwork and submit a digital photo of the artwork, which should be uploaded to this landing page: The six winners will be selected from the digital photo and then the winners will be asked to drop off their physical pieces of photography or artwork in person.
Designs will be judged by an internal panel and a winner will be chosen in August 2020, and then an announcement, or potentially a ceremony, will be held on Friday, August 21, 2020 in Blackfoot.
“I greatly appreciate the communities support in this contest and look forward to seeing all of the creative foot- and ankle-related entries,” says Dr. Robinson! “I hope everyone will be as excited about this as I am.”