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 2010 People's Choice Award Winner Ezra Margono

2014 P.H. TUAN ANNUAL
CHARLES B. WANG CENTER
PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

$750 in Prizes
at Reception for Contestants

 
Grand Prize - $250
Anything that shows the Wang Center in any way, shape or form.
Also known as whatever the architect likes best!


Corky Lee Style Photo - $250
In honor of the most acclaimed photojournalist and photo
documentarian of the Asian American experience, whose work was exhibited in the Wang Center in 2013, this prize will be for a photo
of a person or people involved in anything at the Wang Center.
 
Wang Center Garden Photo - $250

President Stanley wants to build dorms behind the Wang Center,
destroying the aesthetics of the garden forever. If he succeeds, someday only photos will be left to show how beautiful it once was.

RECEPTION TO ANNOUNCE WINNERS 5/4 @ 7:30 PM
Co-sponsored by Wang architect P.H. Tuan, [AA]2, AA E-Zine & AAJ
 

2009 1st Prize
by Oliver Hao Li

2010 2nd Prize
by Katharina Schuhmann

2010 1st Prize
by Ezra Margono


2014 Deadline: Sunday, April 27th at Midnight

Contest is open to professional and non-professional photographers.


The only visual criteria is that the
Charles B. Wang Asian American Center
must be obvious in the photo.
If the photo contains people, please check special
University rule below on human subjects.

High quality digital images only:
Color: shortest side minimum 2 megapixels
(or at least a 2 megabyte photo.)
Scans of stills are acceptable.

Color or black & white.
Photos may be digitally altered or enhanced.

Photos may have been taken at any time,
not only in the current year of each contest.
Maximum of 15 submissions per photographer.

Photos must have been taken in places accessible to everyone
(or gender specific like bathrooms) at times building is open to all.

Architect reserves right to not include any entries in online gallery.

Do not put watermarks, logos, names, etc. on photos. All photos
are put in a gallery, given a number, and randomly sorted by the
gallery. The architect only sees the photo and number. He does
not even know the name of the winner until he announces it.

 UNIVERSITY RULE ON HUMAN SUBJECTS
Most of the Wang Center is public space, as are its events. You can take photos of anyone with the exception of staff in their offices, and with the possible exception of performers. Performer's contracts may state that no photography is allowed and you would need to get permission first. However, if you do use any people in your photograph and do not get a consent form, SBU cannot use your photograph for publicity purposes.

DECISION ANNOUNCEMENT
Winning entries will be chosen by
the Wang Center architect, P.H. Tuan,
and members of his family.

All winners will be announced at
Imagining the Wang Reception
Charles B Wang Center Chapel
May 4, 2014 at 7:30 pm

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT ENTRIES
Sunday, April 27th, 2014 at midnight

Send entries to
wangphotocontest@gmail.com
Include full name and contact information,
including address and phone number.

If photo(s) too large to be sent by email, upload to
Guest Gallery at www.aasquared.org/gallery
 
Questions? E-mail wangphotocontest@gmail.com

or call 631 831 6062 and leave message.


All entries become the shared property of [AA]2, AA E-Zine,
P.H. Tuan, Wang Center, and the photographers, and
may be used for non-profit purposes by all parties
providing artist is given attribution under the
Creative Commons By-NC-SA 3.0 License
.

Photo Contest Homepage
www.aaezine.org/TuanWangPhotoContest

 


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