Submit your creative content for our Community Hub

Share your creativity and inspire others

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be relaunching our website to make it more interactive and community focused.

We want the visually impaired community to be seen and heard and want YOU to submit content you feel reflects living with sight loss in a positive light.

These are just a few suggestions of what you could submit:

  • Your own sight loss experience
  • Share your favourite hobby or place to visit
  • Review an app, product or service
  • Record a song or musical performance¬†
  • Showcase your artwork

We want to give everyone with sight loss as much creative and artistic freedom as possible to follow their imagination and create something unique and interesting to share with a global audience.

 Yu could submit content including:

A BLOG

  • Maximum word length ¬†– 500 words, including up to 2 images
  • File format – any (word, pages, text etc)
  • Write¬†something motivating!

 AUDIO RECORDING

  • Maximum length – 3 minutes
  • File format – any (mp3, wav, flac etc)
  • ¬†Record¬†a review, an interview or something¬†that will inspire others.





A VIDEO

  • Maximum length – 3 minutes
  • ¬†File format – any (mp4, avi, flv etc)
    Point. Shoot. Go!
  • ¬†Tell your story, film something that will inspire others, demonstrate your skills

 

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Introduction 

  • The SITE Scotland Community Hub is a digital platform dedicated to showcasing, promoting, motivating and inspiring the creative talents of visually impaired people.¬†
  • There is no limit to the number of submissions you can upload.¬†

  Eligibility

   To contribute to the SITE Scotland Community Hub, you must:

  • Be a visually impaired individual – This means that you must have a long-term sight condition.
  • Ensure that the content is unique and belongs to you in accordance with creative content copyright laws.
  • Submit your audio recording, video, blog and photographs electronically or by post according to the submission guidelines.
  • Agree to the use of your submitted content on the¬†www.sitescotland.org¬†website. ¬† ¬† ¬†¬†

Submission Categories 

  • Audio recording / Podcast
    File format: Any format is acceptable. (mp3, wav, flac, aac etc)
    Length: The recording must not exceed 3 minutes.
  • Video
  • File format: Any format is acceptable. (mp4, mv4, avi, flv etc)
  • Length: The video must not exceed 3 minutes.
  • Blog with images¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†
  • File format: Any format is acceptable. (word, pages, pdf, txt file etc)
  • Length: The blog must not exceed 500 words with a maximum of 2 images/graphics.
  • Images / Artwork
    File format: Any format is acceptable (jpeg, bmp, png, tif, gif etc)
    There is no size limit on images.

Submission Procedures

  • ¬†Submissions can be made in a variety of ways:
  • Via our email address at¬†info@sitescotland.org
  • Via upload to our SITE Scotland‚Äôs Dropbox account:¬†https://www.dropbox.com/request/tjiJ3DNPww1Smfr3P6eL?oref=e
  • By post (on non-returnable CD‚Äôs or flash drives) to: SITE Scotland, The Renfield Centre, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JP
  • Each submission must include an email with your name, age, location, contact information, brief description of your content and your sight loss condition
  • Submissions must be clearly labelled as belonging to you
  • Submissions must be in English

SITE is a Disabled Persons User-Led Organisation (DPULO)

SITE is a charity registered in Scotland.
Charity Number SC036056

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