The University of Adelaide Law School in conjunction with Art and Heritage Collections is proud to announce the 2013 Images of Justice photo contest is now open.
This year we have subtitled the Images of Justice competition – ‘Truth’. We challenge photographers to explore the concept of Truth within the context of Justice. As with last year’s competition we expect that this will be an exciting and thought provoking brief
The competition is an opportunity for photographers and the Law School to consider the law, justice and truth in a different light. The theme offers photographers an opportunity to explore truth through imagery. This could include portraiture, documentary photography, digitally manipulated works or photo essays.
The Adelaide Law School is keen, to reach out to future students, current students, and members of the community, including professional photographers, artists and members of the legal profession. We envisage this competition will provide a platform for discussion and representation of justice and truth.
The featured artist for the 2013 competition will be Dr Bob Brown (former Senator for Tasmania), whose artwork will be included in the exhibition.
Contest Prize & TERMS
2nd prize in each category is a printing voucher from Atkins Technicolour for $300.
3rd prize in each category is a book voucher from Wakefield Press for $100.
ELIGIBILITY: Residents of Australia / New Zealand or University of Adelaide Alumni Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: All entries must be original, that is, the entrant’s own work. Each entrant must affirm that he/she is the creator of and owner of copyright in the entry and that the entry does not infringe any third party rights.Copyright in an entry remains with each entrant. All exhibitions and display of entries will be attributed to their entrants. Due regard will be given to the preservation or artistic integrity of the entries.
USAGE RIGHTS: In submitting an entry the entrant consents for the University of Adelaide to exhibit the entry and reproduce the entrant’s biographical information. The entrant also consents for the University of Adelaide to reproduce, exhibit, publish and communicate the entry for the purpose of promoting the prize and activities of the University of Adelaide. Such promotional material may include catalogues, websites, broadcasts and other transmissions, brochures, annual reports and other publications or material.
The winning entrants will provide the University of Adelaide and Lipman Karas with a perpetual, non-exclusive licence to reproduce, exhibit, publish and communicate the winning entries for the purpose of promoting the competition.