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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Part of DINA's Small Pleasures Project, Give us a Gif is a digital patchwork stemming from the theme of small pleasures during these uncertain times, made up of 64 gifs sent in from Sheffield and around the world! To be launched online on 24 July.

​DINA wants to hear from you!

Please send them a gif that reflects your current experience.

Details below:

"We know small pleasures can be hard to find during this difficult time so feel free to relate to the theme as loosely as you like. What we need is 64 gifs from you, those who are chosen to take part will receive £50 each and be included in our online exhibition."

  • Any age can take part (under 18s must have a guardian's permission who can be contacted on their behalf)

  • The gif must be in a square format

  • Absolutely nothing x-rated

  • No larger than 2MB

  • you will only be contacted if you are successful

  • only 1 gif per person will be chosen​

Submission deadline: 10 July 2020.

See full details.

Click here to submit your gif.

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