Thank you for agreeing to participate in the Show & Tell.  To facilitate the timely and efficient preparations, please send the following details and upload your 10 images using the form. We are unable to accept images in any other way as this system facilitates the restrictions that are required to ensure that you send the correct formats and correct sizes. Please name your files using the sequence in which you wish to show them (eg. 1_image_yourname.jpg etc.) Also, please ensure that you upload them in the correct sequence.

We ask that you fill out this form by the deadline stated. If we do not receive it in that time, you may lose your place in the Show & Tell and we will offer it to the next person on the list. We apologise if this appears to be harsh, but the preparation for a Show & Tell is quite intense when you take into consideration the number of artists presenting. We want to ensure that we have sufficient time for everybody so that your work can be show to the best advantage.

If you require assistance preparing your images and resizing them, we suggest Googling “Resizing Images for Projecting” as a good starting reference. As a rule of thumb, no image should be larger than 1.5 Megabytes in filesize. We recommend a DPI of 150+ to ensure the quality of the image is suitable for projecting.  Low quality images (for example below 500kb and below 150 dpi) do not project well and this will reflect on your presentation.

Show & Tell

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    Accepted file types: jpg, png, gif.
      Please upload 10 images in the sequence that you wish to show them in. Files should be of good quality (150 dpi is ideal). PLEASE NOTE: file size should be no smaller than 500KB and no larger than 1.5 Megabytes (MB). Files outside of these size limits will not upload via this form. If you need to understand more how to resize your files so that they are compliant then we suggest Googling "Resize Image Files" There are several online image editors available for free use if you do not have the software to do it.