FAIRFIELD — Winners in the “IMAGES 2016” juried photography show hosted by the Fairfield Museum and History Center have been announced.

The photo exhibition, the eighth annual, will be on display from May 15 through June 27 at the museum, 370 Beach Road.

The IMAGES show will be displayed with a companion exhibit showcasing photos by Jack Delano, a photographer who recorded life in Connecticut during the 1940s. The Delano show will continue on view through Sept. 18.

Two grand prize winners in the IMAGES 2016 competition will be announced May 14 at the Fairfield Museum’s “Gin & Jazz” spring benefit. The event will also feature cocktails, music and food.

Tickets for the benefit are available online at http://bit.ly/1qGv5dK.

“IMAGES 2016” winners

Abstract: Shelley Burger, Drops; John Clark, Winter Thaw; Lili Dowell, Blue Diamonds (student); Sophie Gervais, Hardware (student); Mary Harold, Railway Rust; Michele Hermsen, The Maze; Kirsti Holtan, Stacked; Kristie Kistner, GO, and Van Ruttley, Forget Me Knot.

Architecture: Lee Berchem, White House; Lili Dowell, Escalating (student); Justin Feldman, Old Glory (student); Sandy Gennrich, Attic Archways; Danielle Goldstein, Sky Net Reflector; Fredda Gordon, Untitled; Ellen Gould, Sunrise; Brian Lohotsky, Brant Point Reflection, and Amy Oppenheimer, Zakim Bridge Geometry.

Landscape: Chad Anderson, Catskill Chill: A Farewell to Minglewood; Carol Battin, Dead Sea Reflection; Lindsay Comer, Empty Beds, Chernobyl, Ukraine; Christina Convertito, The Field (student); Sherry Fogel, Development; Annalisa Harding, Lofoten; Kasey Hilleary, Vintage Truck; Caitlin Pasierb, Aspens (student), and Anastasia Zinkerman, Under the Red Bridge.

Nature: Jean-Marc Bara, Resting in Peace; Sean Flynn, Seed Pods; Frances Gallogly, Punk Rocker; Kieran Greeley, tree2sky (student); Sasha Rose McCay, Two Babies (student); Sarah Pieratti, Baby Chick (student); Sara Roche, Red-Eyed Green Tree Frog; Susan Rotando, Frozen Delight; Patricia Spaght, Catch Me If You Can.

Portrait: Steven Hurst, Lawson’s Epic Drift; Vivian Kelley, Rosy (student); Tom Kretsch, Girls at Play, Provence; Steven Lindner, Chess 1; Kerry Long, Leaf Fall; Joel Nsadha, Mama Maria; Julie O’Connor, Hmong Mother and Children; Matt Reiser, Couple Hugging each other in Washington Square Park, and Caren Winnall, Glowing, Istanbul.

For more information, visit www.fairfieldhistory.org or call 203-259-1598.