ArchiAffects is running a photography competition aimed at students. ArchiAffetcs is an open-platform photography project exploring how architecture in Scotland affects us in our everyday lives
The Architecture Fringe programme, aims to engage people with architecture through photography. The idea is for people to submit an image with a short description, showing how architecture in Scotland affects them. It could be a bus stop, a city street, an art gallery, a sports stadium.
Selected photographs will be chosen for the exhibition at New Glasgow Society in July, with prizes for the best images. These include accompanying award-winning photographer Andrew Lee on a shoot for a day and photography course vouchers for Stills in Edinburgh.
Getting involved and to have your image included in July’s exhibition is easy, just post a photograph on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook with a short caption explaining your image and include the #ArchiAffects hashtag. Done!
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