Breeze Young Creatives #whatculturemeanstome photo competition

We want to know what culture means to you!

 

Breeze Arts Festival is a multi-arts festival organised by young people, for young people aged 11-19.This year the festival’s young people’s management team are hosting a photography competition for 11-19 year olds, the winners of which will have their photos exhibited in Trinity Leeds!

How to enter:

http://www.curatorspace.com/opportunities/detail/breeze-arts-festival-whatculturemeanstome-photo-competition/674

Deadline for entries is this Sunday 12th June so please get your entries in as soon as possible.

With Leeds bidding to be European Capital of Culture 2023 and the city developing a new Culture Strategy, we’re really keen to find out what young people think and feel about culture. So, the theme of the competition is “What culture means to me”. There is culture all around us, but we want to know what this means to you (so there is no wrong answer)!

Stuck for ideas? “Culture” could include your city, its history or architecture, your family heritage, the different cultures represented in Leeds, teen culture, fashion, technology, internet culture, British culture, food, music, art, subcultures… the list goes on!

Whether you just use your phone, have a disposable, digital or SLR camera, get creative and show us your perspective of culture in your city. Up to three entries to the competition can be submitted per person.

The winning 20 images will be selected by the young people’s management team and be showcased in Trinity Leeds during the Breeze Arts Festival – from Sat 23rd – Sat 30th July 2016.

 

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