Friday, July 31, 2009

HOW TO JOIN: Buy A Postcard, Pay It Forward

In our effort to unite artists, promote their artwork while at the same time serving our community, we would like to invite photo enthusiasts, photographers - both amateur and professional, to contribute their talent and skill for a cause. The entire proceeds of this project will go to Tsinelas Foundation, a non-profit organization which promotes literacy and assists poor students in poor barangays in Cebu.

If you are interested, we are giving you the venue to make a difference. Here's how:

1. Submit two (2) of your photos. Any subject will do as long they are original. Rest assured that you will be properly credited as the photographer. You will retain full ownership of your photos.

2. Each photo will be printed out into three (3) postcards, that's a total of six (6) postcards per photographer. Each postcard will be sold for P35.

3. One of your photos will be blown up and put up in an exhibit at The Outpost on September 5, 2009. After the event, the blown up photo will be given back to you.

4. You will have to pay a fee of P150 to shoulder the printing expenses.
Payment should be made on or before the deadline. Meeting place will be at Turtle's Nest, Gorordo Ave., Lahug. We will inform you of the payment schedule. It would be best to come personally so we could also meet and orient you about the project and Tsinelas Foundation.

5. Deadline of submission of photos will be on August 12, 2009.
You can submit your entries to on or before the deadline. Please include the following:

a) title of each photo
b) caption or short description of each photo
c) your contact number
d) your email address
e) website (if you have one)

high resolution photos
file format - JPEG

6.) If you have any questions, feel free to contact us:

Nonon Yee 09273413737
Tinay Buenavista 09276132998
Yowee Gonzales 09167970140

Insoy Niñal 09228243800
Rei Sarmiento 09239552257

Together, let us make a difference one step at a time and prove that Art, is indeed, not just for arts' sake.

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