Freeze Frame at the Bell Museum

Find the joy in winter with Bell Museum artist-in-residence Areca Roe:

Freeze Frame: Capturing Nature in Winter, a collaborative effort between the public and Bell Museum Artist in Residence, Areca Roe, celebrates this seasonal awakening by exploring people’s individual and collective experiences of nature and winter in the Midwestas captured through the camera lens.

Exhibit opens January 21, 2012
Public Photo Submissions open December 22, 2011 through March 19, 2012

Credits:
Areca RoeArtist in Residence and Exhibit Creator.
Andrea Klaassen and Kyle GrindbergCo-Producers.
Kyle GrindbergLighting, Sound, Videography, Editing.

How can you be a part of Freeze Frame?

Send us a photo! Beginning December 22, 2011 at midnight through March 19, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. we’ll be accepting your images that capture nature in winter, to be selected for inclusion in the installation. Frost on a sidewalk? A child tasting snow? Wildlife seeking shelter? Whatever speaks to you….we want to see it!

Important Information & Image Requirements
• Participants may submit one image per day
• All submissions meeting our criteria will be posted in the Freeze Frame online gallery Flickr stream. • Images must be a minimum of 1600×1600 pixels to be eligible for inclusion in the installation.
• If selected, your image will be part of an art installation, curated by Artist in Residence, Areca Roe. Arranging of images will be at her discretion.
• The Bell Museum retains sole discretion to determine which photos we select for display.
• The Bell Museum respects your ownership of the photo and will not sell or share the image without your consent. If your photo is used in the exhibit, you will be given credit.




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