1. Your Name
2. Your Email address
3. Title of Project
(what are the contributions of the participants "about"?)
5. Explain the point
of the project (what it collectively "says")
6. Describe the process
that the participants' follow to contribute or participate:
7. Describe the form, composition, and tone that the contibutions take. (For instance, words-only (Noon Quilt), one image only (Make Your Franklin), multiple images with identifying label (some in Implementation), an image with a captioin (50 Sad Chairs)? Explain the guidelines for conventions of length, purpose, attitude, meaning, sequencing, voice (Sorry Everybody, Post Secret, Black People Love Us, In Search of Oldton).
8. How does the project give participants an opportuhity to be "creative" while still providing them with some unifying purpose and structure?
9. What thematically or conceptually unifies the various contributions into a single project?
10. Your Inspiration for the Project (another example, a backstory):