Hello UVA Students/Faculty Members/Staff and Charlottesville Residents,
The Photography Club at the University of Virginia is now requesting submissions for a unique photography exhibition that will be opening in March inside the newly-renovated Rotunda! This exhibition will be a wonderful opportunity to display artwork from students, faculty members, staff, and community members in the historic Rotunda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that serves as the center of student life at the University of Virginia.
The theme of this exhibition will be “The University of Virginia: Developing Perspectives.” It will be filled with photographs that capture unique perspectives of the University of Virginia, with a focus on its natural and architectural beauty, its diverse student body, and the inspiring stories of those who live and work at the university. Specific details of the exhibition will be released later, and for now we are only asking for submissions!
Although photographs taken in or around the University of Virginia are preferred, all photographs are acceptable. These submissions will pre-screened and selected artists will be notified upon selection.
Interested photographers are asked to submit one work, keeping in mind the following guidelines:
– DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 19 at 11:59 PM
– Submission Platform: Google Form
– .JPEG, of at least 300 PPI
– MUST include photographer’s name
– MUST include a short description of the photograph
– No more than one photo per person
The call for submissions begins NOW and runs through next week on Sunday, February 19 at 11:59 PM.
** SUBMISSION LINK – https://goo.gl/forms/bHOMchB0trcbvolv1**
Note: Please login to the form using your UVa account!
We can’t wait to see and display some amazing photographs in the Rotunda! If you have any questions about the event please direct them towards the Coordinator of the Exhibition, Nicholas Venturini (firstname.lastname@example.org).