The 4am Project would like to invite you to a very special 4am photography event in Birmingham. This event is going to be held at the Bodies Revealed Exhibition at the Custard Factory, and there are 100 FREE tickets for this event!
Please visit EventBrite to register for your free ticket(s).
“BODIES REVEALED the incredible exhibition about the amazing and complex machine we call the human body. Using real human specimens, painstakingly prepared and respectfully displayed, BODIES REVEALED lets visitors of all ages explore deep within the human body.”
What is the 4am Project? The 4am Project, a worldwide community experience, aims to capture a time of day that many people rarely see. Brainchild of UK photographer Karen Strunks, and building on the ever growing phenomenon of social media, the 4am Project is an exercise in global solidarity to encourage the sharing of visual imagery that reflects the world we live in.
Utilising Flickr, the web space for sharing images, photographers around the world will be leaving the cosy confines of their beds to create a shared online gallery that illustrates the strange and wonderful life that goes on while we sleep.
How to take part: You can get involved with the 4am Project by uploading your photos to the photo sharing Website Flickr. You can find help and instructions here. Remember to tag your photo(s) 4amproject.
Can’t make it to the Bodies Revealed exhibition? No problem. You can take part where ever you are! Get your friends and family involved and take a photo of your view of the world at 4am!
This event is sponsored by:
Terms and conditions:
You may select up to 10 of your best photographs of the Bodies Reaveled event to submit online.
You cannot use your photographs of the exhibition commercially.
Please treat the bodies respectfully and photograph them in an respectful manner.
If you cannot make the event, please get in touch with me so that I can re-allocate your ticket. firstname.lastname@example.org 07835 754 310
When you register for this event you will be emailed a ticket. Please print out the ticket and bring it with you to the event.
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