Creative Expression Exhibit
What is the Creative Expression Exhibit?
Each year, GLSEN captures and shares images and videos of school-wide or individual student work on a national level when students, educators, or other community members submit them to our Creative Expression Exhibit. The exhibit is an opportunity for individuals, schools, or groups (classes, GSAs, student clubs, etc.) across the nation to visually display their collective efforts to create cultures of respect in their schools. Individuals, schools, and groups are invited to share their submissions for this year’s No-Name Calling Week Creative Expression Exhibit. These submissions can include images, videos or other documents that show how one has taken part in No-Name Calling Week and inspired others to Celebrate Kindness. Select works submitted will be included in our National Exhibit. We hope you will participate in this year’s Creative Expression Exhibit!
How to Participate
- Do it.
Participate in this year’s No Name-Calling Week by doing something meaningful that would inspire others to Celebrate Kindness.
- Document it.
Make sure to document your efforts so you can submit them to the Creative Expression Exhibit. The following files are accepted:
- YouTube/Vimeo links
- Images (.jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .tiff)
- Other links/documents (.pdf, .doc, .docx, .rtf)
- Send it.
Complete the submission form here. You can upload your images, videos or other documents to the form page.
You can now begin to submit your entries to the 2016 Creative Expression Exhibit! Entries will be accepted until February 19, 2016.
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