Royal Academy of Arts ADMIN June 28, 2010
This group is now closed. Thank you for your submissions!
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Group DescriptionWhat do you see in London that you think might be at risk of disappearing or worth recording?
The current Royal Academy of Arts exhibition ‘Relics of old London: Photography and the spirit of the city’ shows how, under the commission of a specially formed society, two late 19th Century photographers sought to document buildings that represented old London threatened with destruction.
We invite you to submit your own images which respond to London and its architecture. In the spirit of the exhibition, consider what you think should be captured on camera and preserved for the future. It may be a particular building or a street scene; it may represent something of our time or of the past; it can be personal or emblematic. Your photograph can be in colour or black and white.
We'd love it if you submitted a small caption in the description to your image to describe why you feel it captures the spirit of London.
Some of the images from the flickr group will be selected weekly to be projected in the Royal Academy adjacent to the Relics of old London exhibition. The images will be credited to your flickr name.
Visit the exhibition's page on the RA website
Group RulesThe Documenting Contemporary London Rules
1. By adding your photo to the Group, you represent and warrant that your submitted photo is consistent with the Flickr Community Guidelines, www.flickr.com/guidelines.gne your photo is an original work, free from any third party rights, in particular that it shall not under no circumstance constitute, whether entirely or in parts, any infringement upon the intellectual property rights of third parties, and that any persons depicted in your photo have consented to the distribution, publication and display of the photo with no remuneration of any kind being payable to them. This shall also apply if the photo is used for the purposes outlined below in section 2.
2. Further, by adding your photo to the Group, you provide the Royal Academy of Arts with a limited, non-exclusive, irrevocable, sub-licensable, worldwide, royalty-free license (but not the obligation), which license is effective from 10th February to 22nd June 2010 to use, copy, modify, translate and/or adapt, distribute, publicly perform, publicly display and create derivative works of, and copy, distribute, publicly perform and publicly display such derivative works of, your photo solely in connection with the inclusion of your photo in activities related to:
•The digital display of photos from this Group in the Royal Academy and on the Royal Academy's website only in association with Documenting Contemporary London at the Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD from 10th February to 22nd June 2010.
The rights shall be applied to all existing or future media, and in particular all physical, optical, magnetic, analogical, digital and electronic media, including media such as hardcopies, magnetic tapes, floppy disks, CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, hard disks, computers and servers, the Internet, all private or public telecommunication networks, by cable, satellite, radio networks, etc.
3. Should your photos be selected as to be displayed at the exhibition we will inform you via Flickrmail to let you know. We will attribute you by your Flickr member name.
4. The Organizers shall not be obliged to display photographs and shall not be liable for any entrant’s loss of publicity or enhancement of reputation. The Organizers also reserve the right to cancel the Exhibition and/or the project if deemed necessary at any stage.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images
- Accepted safety levels: Safe