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Keats Foundation photography brief
The Keats Foundation is revamping its communications and focus to celebrate the years leading up to the landmark 200 years (to 2021) since John Keats’ death in 1821.
A new website is ready but photography and images are sought to populate it, so, to celebrate John Keats poetry, his productive 5 years from 1816 and to engage and delight the public with his work and art, the Keats Foundation are holding a photographic competition .
Keats Foundation are looking for photographers to bring alive any aspect of John Keats life – from the places he lived and died in, to the journeys he undertook and visits he made, and especially to the poetry he wrote- and articulations of that in visual form.
For the uninitiated, John Keats grew up in London, lived in Keats House Hampstead, was born in Shoreditch and died in Rome, where he is buried and his house still stands. In between, he made visits to the Isle of White, Scotland and the Midlands,Italy and Malta… and to his abundant and celebrated poetry, you may have heard ‘Ode to a Nightingale’ ,‘Ode to a Grecian Urn’ or ‘The Eve of St Agnes’ amongst many.
Ideally a minimum of 12 images should be submitted, that can be used in multiple ways: on websites, posters and in print. We welcome many more.
Images can be submitted via Keats Foundation Facebook, Twitter, or website links- or to email@example.com
Competitors will be encouraged to use digital media to promote their work and KF will take into account the volume of Likes, tweets and shares for the various pieces ( assuming not overhyping is deployed) to sense which items the public like and vote for.
Once competitors have submitted their entries, the Keats Foundation Trustees and fiends will make a short list of 3 for the prizes and an unlimited number of free membership passes to competitors to the Keats Foundation for a year.
Terms and Conditions:
recognition of the photographers involveAll decisions are made by the Keats Foundation judging panel and are final and binding.
Successful competitors are required to provide free and full use of their photography for the Keats Foundation to use on their website and any printed matter. We will provide full recognition of the photographers involved. Photographic IP will continue to be owned by the photographer, but Keats Foundation is permitted licence to use the images as required, without charge.
Contest Prize & TERMS
COPYRIGHT: The copyright remains in the possession of the owner, but they licence use of the images to Keats Foundation where usage applies USAGE RIGHTS: Copyright remains with the owner and creator of the photography but is licensed to Keats Foundation where we seek to use the images for communciations.
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