Epic Summer Photo Contest: 3 Photo Contests —1 Summer
Get your cameras ready and brush up on your photography skills for an epic summer of photo contests! Over the summer we will be launching 3 photo contests.
Photo Contest #3: Show Us Your Home
Submissions Accepted: July 15—August 14, 2018 at midnight
Our 5,000 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows join SFU from more than 100 countries across the globe to study and conduct research in this beautiful part of British Columbia - but what is it that you miss most from home? Or if you are just starting your SFU experience this fall, what do you think you will miss most from home?
A maté in the park with your friends, the Northern lights, a glass of wine in the Okanagan Valley vineyards, a particular view, a traditional ceremony, family outings, or something very different?
Share your photo with us and win great prizes! As in previous contests, we’ll post the photo submissions on our website so that we can share your photos and stories with others.
All images are subject to consent. Selected images will be shared on the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.
Photo Contest #2: Decolonizing the Academy
Submissions Accepted: June 15—August 14, 2018 at midnight
Looking forward — in October 2017 SFU released a report by the Aboriginal Reconciliation Council (ARC) in response to the Truth and Reconciliation (TRC) findings and recommendations. As SFU continues a dialogue and participates in on-going acts of reconciliation under ARC’s recommendations we are theming the second photo contest as, Decolonizing the Academy.
We invite participation from all current and future self-identified Indigenous graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and allies to submit photos. Indigenous or Aboriginal as defined by the constitution of Canada includes First Nations (status or non-status), Métis or Inuit.
This month’s theme provides an opportunity for Indigenous visual storytellers across all three campuses to be recognized for their talent. This can be inspired by research interests, art, activism, relationship to the land, ceremony, community, everyday life, music and cultural practices.
All images are subject to consent. Selected images will be shared on the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website as well as SFU’s Reconciliation website.
Photo Contest #1: Show Us Your Research
Submissions Accepted: May 15—June 14, 2018 at midnight
We love seeing and learning about your fascinating research! Whether it’s a photo of what or where you study; a photo of the country/region for the basis of your research; a snapshot of the inspiration that led you to your studies; a photo of you and/or your lab mates in the lab; or any other way your research “engages the world”, we want to see it.
See winners and entries from a previous contest.
- take a photo [if you are taking a photo of an individual(s) you will need to have the individual(s) sign a release form.]
- write a little bit about your photo and how it's related to your research (50–100 words)
- send your photo and words into our contest by completing the online submission form (one submission/photo please).
We’ll post the eligible entries on our website and the top 3 as well as up to 2 honourable mentions will be selected based on creativity, curiosity-generation, fun and/or “engagement” from a panel of judges. Additionally, all entries will be eligible to be selected for the People's Choice via online voting.
The top 3 entries, honourable mentions, and people's choice will be blown up, framed and showcased at an Exhibition in the fall.
Contest is open to current and newly admitted SFU graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
You may submit a maximum of three photos for this contest but will not be able to win multiple times within this stage.
If you submitted a photo for the previous contest , you are allowed to resubmit the same photo (if it relates to the contest topic). Please note if your submission wins in the previous contest, the resubmitted photo will no longer be considered.
Photos must be the highest resolution possible so that it can be used for print and web reproduction. Please save your photo in .jpeg or .jpg format. One submission via the online form is required per photo.
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