Imagining Toronto in the Year 2050


#Picture2050 Photography Contest Winners

C. Pang, High Rise Garden, in the Adult Category  (Age 18 and over)

Julia Band Orange, Moving in Colour, in the Youth Category  (Age 12 to 17)

Shafi Chowdhury, Trees for 2050!, in the Kid’s Category  (Age 11 and under)

Check out all of the finalists’ photos in our photo gallery below. Click on any photo to view the gallery.

The photos were exhibited at Toronto City Hall January 22nd to 25th, along with the fifteen finalists.


Celebrate with us!

Join us at the Picture2050 Awards Celebration on Tuesday, February 6th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Members’ Lounge at City Hall. Register here.

The work of 15 finalists will be displayed at the event.
Prizes will be awarded, and there will be light refreshments.

(Note: if you are accompanying one of the finalists, please register with them at the link they received.)

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Judges

Our thanks to the thirteen volunteer judges who generously donated their time to #Picture2050.

The panel represented a variety of organizations, community groups, educational institutions and the City of Toronto.

Mandana Attarzadeh
Bathurst-Finch Action for Neighbourhood Change

Marjorie Brans
School for Social Entrepreneurs Ontario

Chris Chaplin
Earth Rangers

Tim Ehlich
The Atmospheric Fund

Iffat Hasan
Toronto Youth Environment Council

Faizaan Khan
Advisor, Toronto Youth Environment Council

Ketheesakumaran Navaratnam
42 Voices

Katharine Nie
Toronto Youth Environment Council

Greg Philip

David Powell
School of the Environment, University of Toronto

Rosemarie Powell
Toronto Community Benefits Network

Dusha Sritharan
Toronto Environmental Alliance

Linda Swanston
Environment & Energy Division, City of Toronto