On Saturday 26 September 2015, over 300 people across Western Australia captured a single image from their day as a part of MOSAIC, a community-based photography project. Armed with smartphones, compact digital cameras, DSLRs and tablets, participants shared a common purpose, to capture and share 24 hours of life in WA.
MOSAIC is a crowdsourcing photography project and free public exhibition, harnessing the potential of imagery to connect people, places and moments. Every photograph in MOSAIC reveals a personal story and a unique moment in time, forming a collective memory of our life and culture in WA.
Every image captured and submitted will be displayed to the general public in the free MOSAIC exhibition from Thursday 29 October until Saturday 7 November, in the commercial lobby of the 140 Perth complex, at 140 William Street, Perth.
MOSAIC is presented by Propel Youth Arts WA and is proudly supported by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, 140 William, Fitzgerald Photo, Pigeonhole, Officeworks & all of our Pozible donors!
To find out more about MOSAIC, contact Propel on 08 9328 5855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our highlight video from the opening night of MOSAIC 2014, which took place on November 6 at The Hive. Massive thanks to Brendan Joel and Jeremy Tan at Cannonhill Creative for their excellent film skills, and to Flower Drums for providing the soundtrack.