As part of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning’s Inclusive Teaching at Princeton series, all students are invited to submit photographs that narrate the space of their classrooms; photos that find a way to interpret the space through their own particular perspective. We are looking for photographs that engage aesthetically with the space and tell a story, one that evokes the photographer’s lived experience of it.
Experimentation and creative composition is welcome, but there are some important ground rules for participants:
- You must get permission from the course instructor to take photographs during a class period
- Individuals age 18 or older do not need to sign an appearance release form to appear in a photo on a University website or publication. The University requires signed release forms for photography of any person younger than 18 who is clearly recognizable; a parent or legal guardian must sign the child/ward release form (.pdf). Please consider subjects’ safety (particularly in labs and in construction) and privacy (particularly in residential areas) when taking photos.Link to child/ward release form:
The deadline has been extended to April 21st, 2017.
Up to five images may be uploaded for entry.
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Go to the Entry Form. The contest is now closed.
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