Members' Photographic Competition
The Trustees and Council of BAUS have agreed to run an on-line photographic competition as part of the BAUS 2021 Virtual Annual meeting.
Mary Garthwaite, Consultant Urological Surgeon at James Cook University Hospital Middlesbrough & Assistant Curator of the BAUS Virtual Art Gallery conceived the original idea, and the title she has chosen for the competition is:
"SEEING IT THROUGH ... "
Details for entrants
After all the trials and tribulations of 2020, the theme for 2021 is a very broad one.
Submissions should reflect your personal interpretation of the title. This could be the view through your camera lens, how you or those around you are coping professionally or personally with the challenges presented by COVID-19, or the modern working life of a urologist in general.
Deadline for entries is 18.00hr Friday 28 May 2021 ... no late entries accepted
All entries will be displayed in Hall 3 of the Virtual Art Gallery on the BAUS website, with Level 1 copyright (i.e. all rights reserved), and will be open to full public viewing.
When all submissions have been received, a panel of three judges will select the best three images, and the winning image will be announced during the BAUS 2021 Virtual meeting.
The winning photographer will receive a set of Apple AirPods.
Click on the Museum map (above) to view entries for the competition
Rules of entry
- Entrants must be BAUS members;
- All submissions must be original work by the entrant;
- Each entrant may submit up to three photographs, by email, to the Assistant Curator of the BAUS Virtual Art Gallery, Mary Garthwaite: click here to send your images to Mary;
- Images must be submitted as high-definition, digital images (at least 700 pixels wide);
- Entries must be received by 18:00hr on Friday 28 May 2021;
- Each image should be accompanied by a title and a brief accompanying description, together with confirmation that they are original images; and, in addition
- We require confirmation that any identifiable individual(s) featured in the photographs have consented to their publication on the BAUS art gallery pages (which are open to public viewing).