Submit your photo for Mosaic 2018
On Saturday 22 September 2018, Propel once again invites you to join us in documenting 24 hours of life in Western Australia directly through your eyes!
Every year, hundreds of people across WA simultaneously step behind their cameras to capture and submit an image from their day to Mosaic, a community-driven photography project and exhibition. We're asking anyone and everyone in WA to set aside a couple of minutes on Saturday 22 September, to capture part of their day on camera.
Use your phone, a DSLR, a film camera, a point and shoot, Instagram, a tablet - whatever you have at your disposal!
We'd also love to see you share your photo on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, with the hashtags #mosaicprojectwa and #propelyouthartswa.
Once you've captured your photo, you will have until midnight on Sunday 30 September to upload it via the submission form (see the button below). All photos submitted will be credited with the name you provide at the exhibition, so please make sure you spell your details correctly.
Special invitations will be sent to the nominated email addresses of everyone who participates, to come along to the exclusive VIP exhibition launch on the evening of Monday 15 October, at the City Arts Space.After registering, and during the lead-up to Capture Day, we'll send you the upload link. You'll have a week after Saturday 22 September to upload your image and have it displayed in a professional exhibition, alongside other contributions from all walks of life in WA. It's that easy!
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.
Presented by Propel in partnership with the City of Perth, Mosaic is a truly unique project that explores the collective memory of Western Australians. From Elizabeth Quay to Esperance, Applecross to Albany, each photograph tells an individual story about each of our participants, whilst forming a collective narrative about a day in WA.