Photography Open Call
A Day in Dundalk
Photography Open Call from An Táin Arts Centre! 📷
Friday 19th February | In association with The Argus newspaper
We are inviting your primary school to join us by encouraging your students and teachers to take a photo, which captures their life in lockdown on 19th February, to be included in this photographic exhibition. Whether you’re working from home, homeschooling the kids, enjoying the countryside, walking the dog or running errands in Dundalk town, we want your students and teachers to photograph something from their lives on that day and send it to us.
At a time when uncertainty is prevalent and our daily lives are in a constant state of change depending on the level of restrictions in place, An Táin Arts Centre want to capture a slice of life in lockdown.
The images will be curated into an online exhibition viewable on An Táin Arts Centre’s virtual gallery. A selection of images will be printed in a featured article in the Argus newspaper.
We’ve collaborated with some of the local camera clubs to help get you started.
Why not watch this video on how to compose the perfect photograph from Dundalk Photographic Society, or take a look at this tutorial on how to take a great photo using your mobile phone from Ardee Photography Club, or even just check out the Táin Photographic Society’s website gallery for some inspiration.
Follow us on social media for our camera club tips.
Join us on Friday 19th February by taking a photo of your preferred subject.
Email it to email@example.com with a description of the image or who appears in the photograph.
Please put “A Day in Dundalk submission” in the subject line of the email
*** Please be aware that as part of our terms and conditions by submitting a photograph you expressly give An Táin Arts Centre and The Argus Newspaper permission to use the image as part of the exhibition ‘A Day in Dundalk’ and as part of any marketing and /or promotional activity by An Táin Arts Centre. If you are submitting an image of children, please insure you have permission from their parent / guardian. ***