This deal isn’t for me but it might be for you.
Note that contest deadline has been extended to Monday, November 11th, 2013. Things are totally wide open. I’m thinking that you could swoop in and score hundreds with just one shot and one blurb.
All the deets right here and here:
“Photo Contest: Though the Eye of the Beholder
Japanese American Cultural Heritage Contest
Submit your photos by November 11, 2013
TAKE A PHOTO, TELL ITS STORY
CAPTURE YOUR CULTURE, SHARE YOUR HERITAGE
The Contest (in brief):
This contest is simple; all you need is an interest in Japanese American culture and heritage. JCCCNC wants to reach a wide audience, gather the various stories, and represent your voice. The Japanese American community is becoming increasingly diverse with nisei, shin-issei, hapa, American-born Japanese (ABJ), multicultural, and yonsei. Everyone has their own unique story to tell which contribute to our diverse community, now is your chance to tell it! They look forward to seeing your take on what Japanese American heritage means to you.
1. Do NOT need to be Japanese American
2. Do NOT need to be a professional photographer
3. Do NOT need to be a professional writer
Cash Prizes for the best photos and stories (to be determined by a panel of judges)
1st Place Winner- $1,000
2nd Place Winner – $750
3rd Place Winner- $500
Photo of the month – $100 (still in running for grand prizes)
What you need to do:
1. Snap a photo
2. Write a small blurb about what’s in the photo or what it represents
3. Send the Photo and blurb in to firstname.lastname@example.org or Mail a hardcopy to:
1840 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA, 94115
For more information visit: http://www.jcccnc.