2017 CLIX Photo Competition
Please fill in all required fields below to enter a photo in the 2017 CLIX Photo Competition.
Please upload only a .jpg file that is 1080 pixels along the long edge. Winners will be contacted for high resolution images.
CLIX is open to students’ work done between Jan. 1, 2016, and March 19, 2017. There is also a category for photos taken by faculty and staff of the School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design.
Entry deadline: noon, March 20.
Good luck to all entrants!
About the 2017 CLIX Photo Competition
Awards: Winners will be celebrated at a gallery show on April 20. Details on prizes to be announced soon.
Entry deadline: noon, March 20
Open to students’ work done between Jan. 1, 2016, and March 19, 2017.
– Life, Arts & News
– Nature & Landscapes
– Android/iPhone Pics (can be altered on the phone thru an app like Snapseed)
– For School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design Faculty and Staff – general
What is CLIX all about?
It’s about celebrating the best in digital imaging from students in all programs at the Story Arts Centre. Images can be course-related work or not.
Daniel Neuhaus – Toronto Life magazine
Daniel Neuhaus was born and raised in Toronto and graduated from the University of Toronto’s Cinema Studies Institute. He’s been the director of photography at Toronto Life magazine since 2010 and works for various other clients including an ongoing five-year project with the National Ballet of Canada which was recently showcased on VSCO. His fine art projects have been featured in solo shows at PIKTO Gallery, Black Cat Gallery and Artscape Youngplace, and his current project is taking him to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to capture the critically endangered mountain Gorilla (photographically capture that is). In his spare time he enjoys riding motorcycles and eating fried chicken at Bar Fancy.
Tanja Tiziana – Now Magazine
Amil Niazi – Vice Canada
Guy Langevin – Photolife Magazine
Photo Life’s Editor-in-Chief and Art Director Guy Langevin has worked in the magazine and photo industry for many years. He has had the chance to collaborate with and befriend some of the best photographers in the country, and you’ll rarely see him without either his running shoes or camera.