IMAGES from SCIENCE exhibition seeks participants - FYI

ADavidhazy andpph at vaxa.rit.edu
Tue Jul 31 21:04:49 EST 2001


School of Photographic Arts & Sciences 
Rochester Institute of Technology

IMAGES from SCIENCE

The School of Photographic Arts & Sciences at the Rochester (New York)
Institute of Technology is proud to organize and sponsor the exhibition, IMAGES
from SCIENCE, scheduled for fall of 2002. The organizers solicit images created
for the recording of scientific endeavors such as oceanography, geology,
biology, engineering, medicine, physics, or other related disciplines. 

IMAGES from SCIENCE is planned to be a showcase of photographs made in pursuit
of science. We would appreciate you sharing this announcement with others to
accomplish our goal of developing this unique international exhibition. 

Acceptance into this juried show will based on the photograph's impact, the
image's aesthetics, the degree of difficulty in the making of the photograph as
well as other related criteria. Judging, will take place in Rochester, March
2002. To be considered for this exhibition digital files must be submitted for
the judging process. A maximum of 4 images may be submitted for judging. JPEG
files with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels should be mailed to
RITphoto at rit.edu by February 28, 2002. Make sure to include the word IMAGES in
the subject line of the message to which the images are attached. Along with
the e-mail submission, for each image, please include: 

                              * photographer and/or organization's name 
                              * title of the photograph 
                              * subject photographed 
                              * any other relevant data 
                              * imaging equipment used 

As of today (July 1, 2001), National Geographic magazine has agreed to be
partner of the exhibition by providing one of three judges. IMAGES from SCIENCE
will be on display in early fall of 2002 for a period of three weeks. Printed
catalogues and a web gallery will accompany the exhibition. Additional
information available on-line at 

                               http://IMAGES.rit.edu

posted here by Andrew Davidhazy - andpph at rit.edu
School of Photographic Arts & Sciences/RIT




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