Participate in the Smithsonian Photography Initiative’s call for entries for click! photography changes everything – an online exhibit that invites the public to consider ways in which photography influences every aspect of our lives.
This month’s focus is on celebrating Women’s History Month in March, so the Smithsonian is seeking entries exploring the role of women both historically and today. From how photographs of women played a part in the Women’s Rights Movement worldwide to how photography celebrates, captures, or challenges what it means to be a woman, click! wants photographs and stories on everything that has and does shape the female experience.
Additionally, starting on March 9th, the Smithsonian Photography Initiative will be featuring portraits of women scientists, artists, and leaders on the Smithsonian Commons. You are encouraged to share your own personal photo and story or write about a photo from the Smithsonian Commons.
Read the click! photography changes everything submission guidelines.
Help spread the word: read the media release and get the call for entries badge to post on your website or blog.
Submit your entries via the click! Flickr group.
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