Call for Entries – See Me, a virtual exhibition for the Spirit & Place Festival
About the Virtual Exhibition
See Me is a virtual exhibition of selfies focusing on the many faces of our own mental health. Entries are sought for this exhibition that will be displayed from Nov. 5th – Dec. 15th 2021.
Mental health impacts all of us in a variety of ways. Sometimes the world overwhelms us. We find ourselves barely coping and our eyes, faces, bodies all show this pain and worry. Other times we are filled with joy and happiness. Possibly we find contentment and calmness by working in a garden, or walking in nature, swimming or jogging… There are so many facets to how we perceive our personal mental health.
This exhibition is open to anyone. All work will be accepted as long as it does not violate the Ivy Tech Community College Student Code of Conduct.
Call released: Sept. 22, 2021
Deadline: Oct. 20, 2021
Virtual Exhibition: Nov. 5th – Dec. 15th, 2021
How to Apply
Email your selfie (jpg or png format) with your name to Melanie Lachowicz at firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 20, 2021. By entering your selfie for this virtual exhibition you are giving permission for it to be shared on social media for the purpose of inclusion in the exhibition and for promotional purposes. You retain full rights to your photograph.
Submission Form link: https://forms.gle/aGFKtt5kBEChD6986
Please contact email@example.com for questions. Please allow 48 hours for a response.
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