SoCo Clicks

July 9 - September 10, 2022

The second annual exhibition SoCo Clicks showcases the work of students throughout Sonoma County. The exhibit is presented by Santa Rosa Junior College, Sonoma Valley High School, Petaluma High School, Windsor High School, ArtQuest Photography at Santa Rosa High School, and the Museum of Sonoma County.

The competition was open to current or previously enrolled Sonoma County students and welcomed photography produced within the last two years using color as well as black and white film, digital and alternative processes.

Categories for submission in this second year were The Still World, The Natural World, Alternative, Photojournalism, and Portraiture. Prizes were awarded for First, Second, and Third Place in each category, and to an overall Best of Show. Best of Show was awarded this year to Peyton Rosa, a Junior at Sonoma Valley High School.

SoCo Clicks was made possible through the generosity and dedication of numerous individuals, groups, and businesses.

2022 SoCo Clicks Jurors

Christopher Chung, Press-Democrat Staff Photojournalist
Rachid Dahnoun, Commercial photographer and director
Manuel Bayo Gisbert, Photographer and director
Michael Kemp 2021, Best of Show winner and SRJC alumnus
Jude Mooney, Portrait Photographer


Competition Sponsors 

The Sevilla Family
Jeremiah’s Photo Corner
Spectra Flow
Think Tank
SRJC Career Education
SRJC Photo/Art Club
SRJC Computer Studies Web Design Team Spring 2022
Led by SRJC Faculty Ethan Wilde
Museum of Sonoma County

Peyton Rosa, Double Exposure Cyanotype, Best of Show

John Branham, “Form Function & Figure”, 1st Place, The Still World

Sarah Skandera

Aryk Copley

Yanell Velazquez, “Floral Footwear”, 1st Place Alternative Process

Cole Burbank

Brian Davis, “Midnight Blue”, 1st Place – The Natural World

Gabriela Loyola

Argus Brent

Miguel Vizcarra

Museum of Sonoma County
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Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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The mission of the Museum of Sonoma County is to engage and inspire our diverse community with art and history exhibitions, collections, and public programs that are inclusive, educational, and relevant.