Saturday, July 29, 2017

Students : Summer break ? Her'e's a EU Photo Competition !







Photo Contest : #EU in My Region


Are you on holiday and live in Europe? Want to see Brussels and participate in an exciting photo workshop? 

Take part in the #EUinmyRegion competition until 28 August and get a chance to win the EU Photo Competition 2017.

Participate in the Europe in My Region photo competition for a chance to win a 2-night trip for two to Brussels and to take part in a photography workshop in 9-12 October 2017.

The photography workshop is offered by The Photo Academy which organises photo classes for the general public across Europe.





#EUinMyRegion


The competition:

Europe in My Region is a European Union-wide campaign encouraging citizens to discover European projects near them. 

In 2017, four different initiatives - project openings, a photo contest, a project hunt and a blogging contest.

Information +

Invite the public to visit projects, share your images and experiences via social media. Thousands of EU projects open their doors mainly in May, a project hunt was organised from 2 May to 14 June, a blogging contest was running until 27 June. And a photo contest is running from 2 May to 28 August 2017.

Young Europeans, students who from all over the Europe, begin in you region, and discover, play and win trips across Europe!







Aims:


The Europe in My Region Photo Competition aims to highlight the excellent work that projects across the European Union and candidate countries are doing with the help of EU funding, and make citizens notice what Europe is doing for them in their region.
It is an opportunity for a personal reflection on the role of EU funded projects from people who are living, working or visiting near projects and to celebrate the work they do.

Rules:


To enter the competition, all you need to do is take a photo of a project receiving EU funding you know or have seen, with the EU funding information and the EU flag somewhere in the picture.

Deadline:
The deadline for submitting up to 3 photos is 27 August 2017, 23:59 Central European Summer Time.





How to take part? 3 easy steps:

  • Spot an EU-funded project
  • Take a photo: EU flag and funding information should be clearly visible somewhere in the picture
  • Submit up to 3 photos via the APP


Important Dates:

  • Submission of photos: 2 May-27 August 2017, 23:59 CEST
  • Voting: 1-10 September 2017, 23:59 CEST
  • Jury meeting: 11-14 September 2017
  • Announcement of the winners: 15 September 2017
  • Winners to come to Brussels: 9-12 October 2017.





Winners:



Three winners will be selected by a jury of photography and social media experts, and people vote.

Voting:  1 September-10 September 2017 
 23:59 CEST

Any Facebook user can vote for his photo, so motivate your friends to do so! 


Announcement of the winners:

Winners will be announced on 15 September 2017.




Prizes:


Each winner gets to participate in a photography workshop in Brussels, and wins a trip for two to Brussels during the European Week of Regions and Cities from 09 to 12 October 2017.


Further information:



EUinMyRegion2017 Gallery:

Want to admire some photos already submitted?





Viana do Castelo, Portugal
Catarina. G.



Constanta, Romania
Corina, R.
https://apps-europa.eu/DG-REGIO/photo-competition/2017/



Education:

Interesting activity to students who love Photograpy or study Arts Photography, don't you think? An interesting activity during their summer break.

Students love participate in contests. They get excited to show off their skills no matter the contest. But a contest about photograpy?  

It will be gorgeous inviting 
students in Photography via social networks to valorize European countries. And seeing them traveling on their own region to get a good picture.

They will participate in this photo contest uploading a photo that they can shot in a big city, a small town, whatever in their country.

Genre of photography that can be understood as the product of an artistic interaction between a photographer and an urban public space with EU fundings.

Street or urban photographer’s images are not intended to illustrate a new story. Instead, their primary goal is expressive and communicates a subjective impression of the Eu fundings in their region. 

#EUinMyRegion could be an interesting activity for those students who are enjoying summer holidays or to those students who preparing their exams. During a breack and going, a good relaxing activity.
G-Souto

29.07.2017
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