College of General Studies

Human Beings/Being Human CGS Photography and Video Exhibition

Call for Entries

Deadline: Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 5pm (Received) 

Exhibit Date(s): March 23, 2016

Exhibit Place: College of General Studies McCarl Center Lobby

Eligibility: Open to all current CGS students, OLLI members and veteran students

Description: You are invited to participate in a photo and video exhibition. This exhibition is a part of a series of events, entitled “Humanities in Continuing Education,” and hosted by the College of General Studies in conjunction with the Provost’s Year of the Humanities. The theme of the exhibit is “Human Beings/Being Human.” We invite works that examine the human experience in its many facets. From pictures you have taken abroad or at home to video projects completed for a course, ultimately, we are looking for visual art that captures the diversity of faces, emotions, places, voices, actions, and reactions, and what it means to be human. The top artworks will receive awards. This event is open to the public; bring your friends and family to celebrate with you.

Submission Details:

  • Entrants must complete the Photo and Video Exhibit Submission Form and provide current contact information.
  • Your submission (video, photographs) must be your original work and should not contain any copyrighted music, images, or videos.
  • Material deemed offensive or inappropriate will not be considered.
  • By submitting your work, it is understood that your entry becomes the property of the College of General Studies. That is, you grant the College the full rights to circulate and distribute your work, with attribution to the author.

Photographs

  • Up to three photographs in digital format and in high resolution                

Videos

  • One video submission per individual
  • Length of video – no longer than 10 minutes
  • Please upload your video to YouTube and send us the link to it. You will need to create a free YouTube account in order to be able to use YouTube services. Your video must also comply with YouTube’s Privacy Policy. You reserve the right to limit access to who can view your video. For detailed video upload instructions, click here.

Awards: Jury Awards, Public Vote Awards

Judging and Voting Criteria: strength of the conveyed message, creativity and originality, production quality, and popularity

Entry Submission Form (we are no longer accepting submissions)

Humanities in Continuing Education Program website