Global Lens: Student And Faculty/Staff Photos From At Home And Abroad Call For Photo Submissions

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Humber International Centre says
What Does Global Mean to You?

"Global Lens – Student and Faculty/Staff photos from at home and abroad" is a visual demonstration of global perspectives gained through travel, study, and/or work in Canada or abroad and the value of global citizenship.
The International Centre is looking for your photos to display at the Humber Gallery (North Campus) in a special exhibit called Global Lens – Student and Faculty/Staff Images from at Home and Abroad as part of International Education Week (IEW). The exhibit will run from Monday, November 9 – Friday, November, 20, 2015.

What are we looking for?
Send us photos that creatively show the global perspective you’ve gained through travel, study, and/or work in Canada or abroad and the value of global citizenship. Your photos should address one of the five themes:
1. Favourite Local Food– Something delicious you have enjoyed at home or abroad
2. Life-Altering Moment– What image captures a special time in your life?
3. Your Favourite Spot– Where is your home away from home?
4. Your Global Identity– Who are you in the world?
5. The Unexpected – Surprise us with what you’ve discovered around the globe
Photo submissions must be at least 300 DPI. Photos must be 100% original content belonging to the person submitting the photo. Please also include a 50-100 word description of how the photo fits one of the five themes.

What’s the deadline?
Friday, July 31st 2015

How do I submit my photo(s)?
Submit your questions and photos to internationalmarketing@humber.ca. Include your name,student ID, program, and year of study with your photo, along with a 50-100 word description of how the photo fits one of the five themes.*
Watch a video from last year’s event! https://youtu.be/oU4dSMMS2K8
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By: Humber International Centre