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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Photography Print Sale for Japan

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Red Dot Relief is an organization, that through the arts, raises immediate and long term relief for those affected by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Parsons photography senior, Mara Kristula-Green, grew up in Tokyo, Japan for 18 years. After viewing photographs, videos, and articles addressing the earthquakes and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11th, Mara knew the country both she and her friends and family call home needed immediate and long term relief. After speaking with high school classmates in Japan who founded My Japan Earthquake, Mara saw an opportunity to raise funds and awareness through the photographic community in the United States. With the help of fellow Parsons photography students Kaz Senju and Lisa Gonzalez, Red Dot Relief was formed.

Red Dot Relief will be holding an online photography print sale with all proceeds given to organizations that can best provide support to the affected areas. We are looking for emerging and established photographers willing to donate photographs for the print sale.

Submission Guidelines:
Please send 5 .jpg images at 72 dpi and 1000 pixels on the longest side to
Please include your full name, telephone number, and email address in the body of the email.
Please name files LastName_FirstName_Image#.jpg
Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 15th at 11:59pm

For any questions regarding submissions, or an interest in helping Red Dot Relief, feel free to email us at
You can find us on Facebook, follow us at or Tweet @reddotrelief.

Thank you for your interest in Red Dot Relief and we look forward to viewing your submissions!

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