Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Photography Should be Seen and Not Heard (Explored)

Photography Should be Seen and Not Heard Explored
Calling all Ithaca College photographers: Display your work for EarthWeek @ IC

Do you have an interesting, moving, poignant, funny, touching, or realistic piece of work which explores the connections between human populations and the Earth? Did you take the most incredible shot of a natural area recently, or have a picture that shows humans and nature interacting? The EarthWeek Planning Committee would like to announce the "Photography Should be Seen and Not Heard Explored" photo contest for entries which demonstrate a unique perspective of the natural world and/or how humans interact with it. Participants are encouraged to submit single photographs, or series of work, new and previously published.

Selected pieces will be displayed during EarthWeek as part of a stationary presentation on the conflicting and sublime nature of the human perceptions of Earth.
Selected participants will be notified by March 22nd, and asked at this time to submit a short paragraph on thoughts, emotions, or reflection respective to their work.

Submission Criteria
Submission must be made by a current student, staff, or faculty member of Ithaca College.
Submissions are due March 7th to the Student Activities Center (SAC) on the 3rd floor of the Campus Center.
Submissions may be submitted by the following formats: polaroid, prints no less than 8 x 10 with or without borders (matte preferable), and electronic copies of high quality via CD or DVD.
Subject matter may be of any place/time with submissions taken in and around Ithaca, NY and/or during study and travel outside of the United States particularly encouraged.
Please place all submissions in an envelope with your name, local address, email address, and phone number clearly printed on it. Each print should be labeled with date taken and title.

Questions may be directed to Sarah Brylinsky, IC Sustainability Intern, at sbrylin1@ithaca.edu.


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