Inside Out Project

Written on June 21, 2017 by Administrador de IE Blogs in Arts & Cultures & Societies

What: The Inside Out Project is a global art movement started in 2011 by French artist JR.  The idea is to represent diverse identities within a community through photo-collages that are placed in emblematic buildings. Check some previous interventions in their website (http://www.insideoutproject.net)
In collaboration with the IE Art & Business Club, our community will take part in the Inside Out Project, and you are invited to join!
Who: We are recruiting 84 members of the IE community, including students, alumni, staff and faculty.
Where: The photographs of these members will wrap, from top to bottom, the front façade of MM 31!
When: The portraits will be shot on June, 23rd and we will host an opening of our collective art piece on July, 20th. Save the date! 
Why: Diversity characterizes us, but education brings us closer. 

Do you want to be part of the project? This is what you need to do to apply*:
1.     Personal statement. What is diversity for you? Explain it in 140 characters. Please include your LinkedIn profile link in order to show us how you differentiate yourself from the rest. Send it together with your full name, email, your status at IE (student, staff, faculty), gender and nationality to campus.life@ie.edu by Thursday, June 22nd.               
2.     In order for the Inside Out Project to go forward on a global level, every participant (that will have their portrait on MM31) will have to pay a 10€ fee that will go to the Inside Out Project team.
3.     Be there ready to shine! The photographer and professor Brian Hallett will take your portrait on June 23rd on-campus (Madrid).  We will provide the exact location via email once you confirm your participation.
*Since there are limited slots and aspiring participants will go through a selection process, make sure you send your application as soon as possible.
Stand up for what you believe in and become one of the faces on IE façade.
Let’s create something beautiful and powerful at IE!


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