eHarmony has teamed up with Art Fund for its latest Love Captured competition.
Running until 30th November, Love Captured is the first in a set of plans eHarmony and Art Fund have to combine “people’s love for art and romance” over the next year.
The Love Captured competition aims to find the best photographs depicting love, with entrants in with the chance to win the grand prize of £2,500.
And for every entry to the contest, eHarmony will donate 50p to Art Fund.
Each week, eHarmony will announce its weekly winner on Twitter, displaying their entry for everyone to see.
Each of the weekly winners will receive a National Art Pass Plus One, which gets two people free entry to over 240 galleries, historic houses and museums, and 50% off the entry price to major exhibitions.
eHarmony’s Rachael Lloyd said: “It’s an honour to team with Art Fund this year, helping them to secure fantastic artwork for galleries and museum nationwide, which we also know are top spots for dates.
“Artistic passion actually sits within eHarmony’s 29 Dimensions® of Compatibility and is a keen interest shared by many of our 4.5m members. We hope this new partnership will bring many mutually-beneficial opportunities.”
Art Fund is an organisation that helps museums and galleries buy and display acclaimed works of art.
Carolyn Young from Art Fund said: “For years we have noted the synergy between art and the dating world.
“Now, as we launch National Art Pass plus one, teaming up with e-Harmony feels like the perfect way to celebrate these two worlds colliding, and we look forward to hearing where competition winners will go and who they take with their pass, whether for a romantic trip or visiting with a friend or family member.”
The finalists’ photos will be judged by a panel of experts including Robert Dingle, Contemporary Projects Manager at Art Fund, relationship expert Dr. Linda Papadopoulos and Cameron Compton, who heads up Creative Services at eHarmony.
Entrants can enter here, or via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, simply by uploading their image or mentioning @eHarmonyUK and the hashtag #LoveCaptured2016 on Twitter.
To find out more about Love Captured please click here.