Share your images: World Expo Museum wants your Expo 2010 memories!

Share your images: World Expo Museum wants your Expo 2010 memories!

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Expo 2010 Shanghai, the World Expo Museum has launched a call for all those involved in the World Expo to share their photos of the event.

The shared photos will be in the running to feature in a commemorative image exhibition set to open in October 2020 that will celebrate all the participants, staff, volunteers, visitors and citizens who participated in Expo 2010 Shanghai. The exhibition will seek to immortalise the memory of Expo 2010 by showcasing all the different people and stories that helped make the event such a tremendous success.

A jury appointed by the World Expo Museum will select the pictures to be included in the exhibition and all those featured will receive a certificate of honour.

The exhibition forms part of a series of events taking place this year to mark a decade since Expo 2010, with other activities including an online AI programme allowing users to ‘become’ an Expo volunteer, a special Expo memorial stamp, numerous media reports and a special video production “See the World”.

For the practical details, images should be in jpeg format, no larger than 5MB and no smaller than 1MB. The World Expo Museum asks submissions to include the date and subject of the photos as well as the name and contact details of the photographer. Up to four images may be sent per person, along with a short description, to the email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All the terms and conditions are available on a dedicated page on the website of the World Expo Museum.

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