A PHOTO COMPETITION TO CELEBRATE
THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MONTH
IN NEW ZEALAND
"SHARED WISDOM IN AN AGE OF CHANGE"
Easy! We are inspired by this year World Congress Theme and by the fact that current approaches to management of our landscape can no longer be sustained. We are interested in photographs that show our CHANGING LANDSCAPE THROUGH MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS OF WISDOM:
"Whether exploring ancient wisdom, reaching across realms of contemporary knowledge, or imagining a more resilient future, shared wisdom strengthens our ability to effect positive change".
- Contemporary issues around globalization
Future urban living +urban agriculture+green technolog+ densification +biodiversity+sustainable environmental management"
Sharing of wisdom across time/place/culture+wayfinding/Navigation + contact + Settlement + adaptation + post settlement + healing + renaissance + future sustainability/prosperity
- radical change and resilience
Paradigm shift+ threats to sustainability+tools for effecting positive change;
+Problem solving - imaginative and technical+capacity of Landscape to adapt to change;+New ideas and technologies - what's ahead?
Each participant can send one image by category. In addition, please fill in the attached form for each photograph that you send. It is not compulsory to send material for all the categories.
Photos: 3MB (top)
Call for submissions: November 5, 2012
Closing date for submissions: December 21, 2012
Jury decision: January 31, 2013
Exhibition: April 10, 2013 in New Zealand!
Send us your material by email to the following:
Award ceremony and publications
The best five photos and videos will be presented at the World Congress in New Zealand where you will receive a diploma of recognition for this achievement. In addition, we will publish the winner photos and its credits in our IFLA WEB PAGE and IFLA NEWSLETTER that is distributed all over the word.
Renee Davies - Chair IFLA50 World Congress
Charlotte Buys - IFLA Delegate, Netherlands
Herman de Lange - ILASA President, IFLA Africa Secretary
Mónica Pallares - SAPM IFLA Delegate
Christine Bavassa - IFLA Executive Secretary and Web Master
Paula Villagra - Chair Communication Committee of IFLA