New York Festivals judging ends with exclusive private tour of MoMA and dinner at The Modern

NYF_P1080206.jpgFollowing five long days of deliberation The New York Festivals' judging ended yesterday. Held at the New York Palace Hotel, the 30 members of the Festival's Executive Jury celebrated the conclusion with a demonstration of the newly created NYF trophy's, followed by a private tour of the Museum of Modern Art and dinner at The Modern.

The New York Festivals received entries from 67 countries with an increase in numbers of 11% over 2013. 460 (Online) Grand Jury Members selectedel the Finalists and the 30 Executive Jury Members judged these together in all media, all disciplines and all categories.

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