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Artists sometimes fill up the space of a work of art, rather than leaving empty areas, and this decision impacts the mood created in the work of art. Photograph a space you find that is filled up.

You are invited to contribute photographs to an interactive display in the Center for Creative Connections (C3) at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) in Dallas, Texas. Your photographs will be part of the exhibition Encountering Space. Filled Space images will be on view in C3 from October 2011 through May 2012.

Guidelines for submission:
•Feel free to submit multiple photos to these groups.
•Both color and B/W images are welcome.
•The higher the resolution, the better to show off your photos.
•It is our intention to include all images; however, the DMA staff reserves the right to omit submissions that are inappropriate in nature.
•By submitting your photograph, you allow the DMA the right to display it on a monitor within the exhibition and on the Museum’s website. Your name will not be attached to the image.
•Special Note: In order to have your photos appear in a Flickr Group, you must first create your own personal Flickr account, and that personal account must have at least five images uploaded on it. Please check your account settings and allow others to download your images, and if necessary, upload a few more images to ensure your photos are included in the C3 groups.

The Center for Creative Connections is an experimental learning environment in the Dallas Museum of Art. An important part of C3 is that it is a participatory space where people visiting can make or do something that contributes to the richness of the environment as well as to their own creative potential. Thousands of visitors willingly and enthusiastically contribute to C3. Flickr allows us the opportunity to extend these connections beyond the walls of the Museum.

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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