ISO-Lation Time Capsule

ISO-Lation Time Capsule

ISO-Lation Time Capsule

Call for Submissions: ISO-Lation Time Capsule
First Deadline (the last day of every month, until we re-open): May 31, 2020

PAVED Arts and Tourism Saskatoon are proud to launch ISO-Lation Time Capsule, our latest PAVED Arts at Home initiative!

ISO-Lation is a collaborative photography project that invites everyone, young and old, in our community to submit photos of their time in Isolation as we protect our community from Covid-19. The intent of this project is to create a lasting photography exhibit of the unprecedented times in which we are living. In partnership with Tourism Saskatoon, the chosen photos will act as an archived time-capsule, and act as a reminder that even in times of crisis, art has a place. All photo submissions should be high-res, square format (or you’re okay with us cropping the photo) for posting!

Every month, we’ll post our favourites on Instagram and Facebook. After the final monthly call, all submissions will be juried by a community of peers, and all photographers chosen for the final exhibition (Date TBA) will receive an honorarium (amount TBA), via contactless payment. 

Submit up to 3 photos per month, free for everyone, no experience necessary!
This call for submissions is open to all Saskatoon & area residents keen on photography, regardless of their level of experience.

> Submit up to 3 photos per applicant. Images will be posted monthly, and considered by a jury for a presentation online, and once it is safe to do so, in a physical exhibition at PAVED Arts.

> PAVED Arts will also be displaying prints of the selected photos in the PAVED Arts Production Centre. Artists will receive an archival print of their photo, as well as have the opportunity to celebrate the exhibition launch at a reception at PAVED Arts (date TBA).

> Responses to the “ISO-Lation Time Capsule ” may be symbolic, figurative, literal, animal or mineral, just so long as the expression of ISO-Lation is in the suggested format.

> Space is limited and artist fees will be designated for applicants who are selected for printing and exhibition.

> All winning submissions will be featured on @PAVEDArts Instagram at a scaled-down resolution (1080 x 1080 px). We can also include animated gifs (1080 x 1080 px) or video (1920 x x1080 px) exclusive to the Instagram feed (not for exhibition). An Instagram size guide can be found here: later.com/blog/instagram-image-size


For questions: Email Ania at production
@pavedarts.ca

 

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SUBMISSION INFO:
Send your Submissions: Email a MAXIMUM of 3 .tiff or .jpeg photos per entrant to: production@pavedarts.ca
Image Resolution: 300 pixels per inch
Image Size: 18×18 inches
Image Type: .tiff or .jpeg file format, RGB.
Image Title: Please include your full name and an image title for EACH photo.
Safe Area: Please ensure that your image has room for ‘bleed’.
Social Media: Please include your Instagram/Twitter handles, if you would like your work to be tagged in posts.

Guidelines:
> There is no fee to submit and each successful photographer will receive an artist fee.

> All submissions must follow current social distancing guidelines as made public by the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan health Authority.

> Photographs with “watermarks” or signatures will not be accepted, however, the photographer’s name and title information will appear wherever the photo is displayed.

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ISO-Lation Time Capsule is a continuation of PAVED Arts (Photography, Audio, Video, Electronic, and Digital) programming that highlights the talents of local artists through outreach and exhibitions. Located in the heart of Riversdale, PAVED Arts has been facilitating independent media artists for over a decade. 

PAVED Arts At Home programming is our virtual response to the current events, as a way to stay connected and bring our community closer together. Keep an eye out for more PAVED Arts At Home events, and calls for submissions, online workshops, screenings, and more!

Presented in partnership with Tourism Saskatoon.

 

 

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