For the 2023 installation, the artwork will be installed on the large windows on the front of the Olympic Village Canada Line Station alongside a didactic panel with information on the work. The images will be placed on several panels each measuring 31″ x 94″ each with 1.5″ vertical gaps between each section. The five sections can be used to display one large image across all the panels or a series of images. For reference, here is Hiro Tanaka’s work installed at this station as part of Capture 2021.
You may submit a single work or a related series of works. If you want to submit multiple works that are not related to each other, please make multiple submissions, as multiple images in one entry will be considered as a single body of work, and the jury will take into consideration cohesiveness.
Please note we cannot publicly display images of people. As per InTransitBC Public Art Installation Policy: any depiction of graffiti, weapons, smoking, alcohol and drug paraphernalia, religious messages, corporate logos, or of individuals or groups within an artwork is not permitted
Unlimited entries are FREE for Booooooom members and Capture members. If you’re a Capture member, email Capture to request the submission link. All entries by non-members are subject to a fee of $10 USD paid at the time of submission.
All entries will be reviewed by Jeff Hamada, Editor-in-Chief of Booooooom, to identify a shortlist. This list will be reviewed by a jury of Capture Photography Festival and Boooooooom staff who will mutually agree upon a finalist. The chosen artist or artist group will be selected in November.
Deadline for submissions: Monday, October 17, 2022 at 11:59 PM PST.
All applicants will receive a notification after the final selection in November.
If you are unable to afford an entry fee, or a membership, we are offering one-time submissions for photographers who are experiencing financial hardship. If you cannot afford to pay this fee and would still like to submit, go here. (Available until October 10, 2022)
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