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material horses June 11, 2010
Hi All, this group is about refashioned clothing. Share pictures of your refashioned garments and inspire others to get creative and give their tired old clothes a new lease of life!

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Group Description

ABOUT TRASH FASHION
This group runs alongside the Science Museum’s Trash Fashion exhibition and competition.

Join our group to share your refashioning ideas and inspire others to prevent waste by refashioning old or unwanted clothes rather than buying new.

Your photo could feature in a computer display at the Science Museum’s new exhibition ‘Trash Fashion…designing out waste’.

Plus, your creation could even earn its very own space in our exhibition. From July 2010 until March 2011, we’ll be inviting the public’s favourite refashioned clothes to be exhibited at the museum.

SUBMITTING YOUR IMAGE
To submit your photo simply join this Flickr group and add your image to the group.

For your photo to appear in our computer display at the Science Museum, you’ll need to tag your picture using these categories: clothing type (before and after) and colour. Read these FAQs for more information on tagging.

Clothing Types – Before and After
Give your image ‘before’ and ‘after’ tags to describe what type of clothing you started with, and what it became after you refashioned it. So if you started with a T-shirt and refashioned it into a dress, it should be tagged:
before:T-shirt (no spaces)
after:dress

Please use the following categories of clothing for the ‘before:’ and ‘after:’ tags.
Jumper / Cardigan / Sweatshirt / T-shirt / Vest / Dress / Skirt / Trousers / Jeans / Shirt / Jacket / Coat

Colour (as many as apply):
Red / Orange / Yellow / Blue / Green / Purple / Pink / Black / White / Brown / Grey

When you upload your image, please make it taggable by others.

Description
We’d be grateful if you could include a few lines to tell others how you refashioned your item of clothing.

Images are moderated, so everything in the pool fits the description.

Please read the ‘Trash Fashion’ project Group Rules before uploading your image/s to the group.


This exhibition is funded by SITA Trust as part of the No More Waste project.

Group Rules

Group Rules for the ‘Trash Fashion’ Flickr Group
Please read these group rules carefully.

By adding your photo to this group, you are giving the Science Museum permission to display your photo in the Trash Fashion group, in relation to the Trash Fashion exhibition and competition on the Science Museum website and in the Science Museum’s Antenna gallery.


1. Organiser
The Trash Fashion Flickr group is part of the Antenna exhibition ‘Trash Fashion: designing out waste’ exhibition and is organised and owned by the Science Museum, London (represented by the Board of Trustees of the Science Museum).

2. Adding your photo to the group
By adding your photo to the ‘Trash Fashion’ Flickr Group, you represent and warrant to the Science Museum that your submitted photo:

•is consistent with the Flickr Community Guidelines
•is an original work taken by you
•is free from any third party rights
•does not promote any commercial businesses
•does not infringe the copyright or violate any rights of a third party
•does not contain anything obscene, unlawful or defamatory, and does not invade the privacy of any person.

2.1 Tags: clothing types – before and after
Please give your image ‘before’ and ‘after’ tags to describe what type of clothing you started with, and what it became after you refashioned it. So if you started with a T-shirt and refashioned it into a dress, it should be tagged:
-before:T-shirt (no spaces)
-after:dress
If possible, please upload a composite image showing ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos of your refashioning project.

For your photo to appear in our computer display at the Science Museum, you’ll need to use the following categories of clothing for the ‘before:’ and ‘after:’ tags:

•Jumper
•Cardigan
•Sweatshirt
•T-shirt
•Vest
•Dress
•Skirt
•Trousers
•Jeans
•Shirt
•Jacket
•Coat

2.2 Tags: colours
Please tag your item by colour as well (as many as apply):
•Red
•Orange
•Yellow
•Blue
•Green
•Purple
•Pink
•Black
•White
•Brown
•Grey

2.3 Description
We’d be grateful if you could include a few lines to tell others how you refashioned your item of clothing.

3. Competition
All suitable photos added to the group will enter the ‘Trash Fashion’ competition.

Visitors to the ‘Trash Fashion’ exhibition or website will be able to vote for their favourite refashioned garments. Every few months, from 26th of June until March 2011, we will invite the public’s favourite garment to be physically displayed in the Science Museum.

In the event that your refashioned clothing photo entered on the ‘Trash Fashion’ Flickr Group is selected as part of the Gallery display, we will invite you to physically display your refashioned clothing as part of the ‘Trash Fashion’ exhibition with no further remuneration to you.

4. Copyright
By adding your photo to the Group you provide the Science Museum with non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free licence, to (at the Science Museum’s sole discretion) use, publicly perform and publicly display by means of the Flickr API your photo on the Science Museum website in connection with the Group and the online promotion of the Gallery, without any further notice or remuneration to you.

You shall however remain the owner of copyright in your photo and shall be free to republish it wherever you so wish. This licence shall apply for the period during which the photo is posted in the ‘Trash Fashion’ group. If you remove your photo from the ‘Trash Fashion’ group, this license will automatically terminate.

In the event that your photo is displayed in connection with the ‘Trash Fashion’ group, competition and exhibition, it will be displayed with your Flickr screen name, title and description of the picture.

The Science Museum shall not be obliged to display photographs (in either the Group or the Gallery) and shall not be liable for any entrant’s loss of publicity or enhancement of reputation.
The Science Museum reserves the right to cancel the Group and/or the Gallery (or any part thereof) if deemed necessary (in the Museum’s discretion) at any stage.
Group members consent to the lawful processing of their personal information by the Science Museum for the purposes of running the Group and otherwise in accordance with the Science Museum Online Privacy Policy.

By entering your photograph to the Trash Fashion Flickr group you are deemed to have accepted the above Group Rules.


This exhibition is funded by SITA Trust as part of the No More Waste project.

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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