Canada Covid Portrait – In the spirit of solidarity, be a part of an important project documenting a nation in change We are all in this together and we need your help. Canada COVID Portrait is committed to creating an archive, exhibition and book that chronicles in photos how COVID-19 is impacting all aspects of this country’s population, in every province and territory, from coast to coast, from north to south—and transforming it, as we adapt to our new-world normal. It is a call for submissions, asking everyone with a camera—citizen photographers and professionals alike—to create an album for the future about what we are experiencing today. A submissions portal for Canada COVID Portrait will be open on June 26, 2020. Until then, if you would like to submit your photos for consideration, please send them to submissions@canadacovidportrait.ca or post them on Instagram using #canadacovidportrait Darcy Bourassa self-isolates on his houseboat anchored in Yellowknife Bay in the Northwest Territories on March 19, 2020. PAT KANE Help us create a visual record and an index of time. Please share your fly-on-the wall pictures—taken following government guide-lines for safety—that reveal how our lives are now different because of the measures we take to prevent spread of the virus: a son cutting his father’s hair, a funeral attended by less than a handful of people, a Zoom-call family celebration, a birthday party held on the street where the attendees stand apart. We want to present pictures of all elements of our suddenly changed lives including, but not limited to, family, work, leisure, streets, sports, culture, communities, commerce, celebrations, political engagement, religious rituals, health, and transportation. Our goal is to bring together thousands of images that capture all ages living in a spirit of solidarity to record this transformative moment in time.
Canada Covid Portrait – In the spirit of solidarity, be a part of an important project documenting a nation in change We are all in this together and we need your help. Canada COVID Portrait is committed to creating an archive, exhibition and book that chronicles in photos how COVID-19 is impacting all aspects of this country’s population, in every province and territory, from coast to coast, from north to south—and transforming it, as we adapt to our new-world normal. It is a call for submissions, asking everyone with a camera—citizen photographers and professionals alike—to create an album for the future about what we are experiencing today. A submissions portal for Canada COVID Portrait will be open on June 26, 2020. Until then, if you would like to submit your photos for consideration, please send them to submissions@canadacovidportrait.ca or post them on Instagram using #canadacovidportrait Help us create a visual record and an index of time. Please share your fly-on-the wall pictures—taken following government guide-lines for safety—that reveal how our lives are now different because of the measures we take to prevent spread of the virus: a son cutting his father’s hair, a funeral attended by less than a handful of people, a Zoom-call family celebration, a birthday party held on the street where the attendees stand apart. We want to present pictures of all elements of our suddenly changed lives including, but not limited to, family, work, leisure, streets, sports, culture, communities, commerce, celebrations, political engagement, religious rituals, health, and transportation. Our goal is to bring together thousands of images that capture all ages living in a spirit of solidarity to record this transformative moment in time.