Changing Times – Changing Spaces
Participation is open to all! Upload the picture via the online entry form by 15 July 2021 at the latest.
You may submit a maximum of three entries; for each photo you can choose one of the three categories:
- Environment, energy and climate change
- Demographic and socio-economic change
- Changing spaces during Covid-19
There will be three winners for each category!
Our rules of participation
- Participation is free!
- The photos must be submitted in JPG format in print resolution (at least 300 dpi) and be reproducible in A2 format (portrait or landscape) (420mm × 594mm).
- By submitting your photos, you declare that you are in possession of the copyrights, that you have respected the personal rights of any persons depicted, and that you grant the ARL simple rights of use (see the obligatory declaration of participation and terms of agreement).
- Please provide a short title and/or a suitable quotation or personal statement.
- Our ARL jury will chose the winners in an anonymous selection process; there is no right of appeal.
The Prices for each winner are:
Prize in kind: The winner in each category will be awarded a calendar with the photos of their choice from the contest. The runners-up will each receive a motif of their choice in poster format, and the third-place winners will receive a photo book.
We will also print the winning entries as postcards with the photographer’s name and their title/quote/statement.
Please send your entry with your full name and email address so that we can contact you; first-place winners must also provide their postal address so that we can post the calendars to them. We undertake to use the participants’ personal data exclusively for the photo competition; personal data will not be used for other purposes or passed on to third parties. We will contact the first-place winners by email.
We will contact the three first-place winners in each category immediately, and we will publish their entries on the ARL’s new interactive knowledge and communication platform upon its launch in September 2021.
Statements on Planning, Law, and Property Rights
Three questions are discussed:
- Why are planning, law and property spatial science and socially relevant topics?
- What are particularly relevant aspects within the subject area?
- And why these planning, law and property should be discussed internationally.