Responding to Public Figures
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Guidelines for Submitting your own Photographs, Poems and Texts
Is there a figurative statue in your town or city? Is it carrying a weapon? Can you catch its 'view' with a photograph and or text? Send a picture along with your own response and if possible anything you know about the facts behind the commissioning / personage / history of the sculpture to email@example.com, and it will be posted in an accumulating archive attached to this site.
First, take a picture of your statue straight on. Then, if possible, capture the gaze of your chosen statue. Send both photos according to the instructions below (See our Gaze-Capturing PDF by Redell Olsen).
The subject line for your message should say “Public Figures archive.” Please follow the following guidelines for attachments of images and text:Photographs
All photographs featured will be scaled so that the largest side is 600px in length. Therefore please ensure that your photos are this size or larger. We cannot enlarge files without losing quality but can easily scale them down. Resolution of images should be at least 72dpi.
Please limit the file size of your images to 1MB maximum per image. If you are sending multiple photographs which will take up considerable space, please consider inbox space and consult with us first. If you are having difficulty, please contact John Sparrow on firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
Please submit texts as attached text files; do not put the text in the body of the email. Formats should be Microsoft Word (.doc) or rich text (.rtf). If you do not have access to an application which produces these formats, Google Docs & Spreadsheets http://docs.google.com/ is a free online-based word processor which will export to .doc and .rtf.
By submitting photographs and text, you are confirming that all appropriate steps have been taken with regard to copyright. This means that photographs and text are either produced by you or that you have explicit permission from the copyright holder for use in HOW2. In the latter case, you must provide citations and acknowledgments.
Deadline: Summer/Fall 2007 ongoing
See Submissions to Public Figures