I’m pleased to announce that after more than two months, the “who is miggy torres” Official Snapchat Selfie Competition will be ending by 11:59PM EST on Sunday, May 29th.
That means you have ONE WEEK left to send in your submissions!
For full details of the competition see my previous Facebook note, but here’s a general overview on how it works:
The winner will be featured in special “who is miggy torres” promotional materials, and will be eligible for free “who is miggy torres” merchandise! Even if you don’t win, your submission may still be featured!
I want to thank everyone for their enormous support throughout this campaign. It has been extremely challenging to post creative selfies day after day, week after week, month after month. Since launching the #WhoIsMiggyTorres Campaign I have published over 75 unique self-portraits, and my Snapchat viewership @miggtorr has gone up by 3,000!
Together we have helped shape and define a new interdisciplinary genre of digital visual art and performance: Millenial High Art.1The term “Millennial High Art,” is an allusion to a short but powerful video of the same name by Michael Sorace, Edward Sturm, and David Labuguen.
"With over 75 unique self-portaits and garnering a Snapchat viewership of over 3,000, #WhoIsMiggyTorres is Millenial High Art." —Me
After the Snapchat Selfie Competition is over, the campaign will still exist, albeit in a more hibernatory state. Though I will not be posting Instagram selfies every day, the hashtag will still be active, and my Snapchat Story will continue to provide exceptional content via the LiveVlog medium.
“who is miggy torres” is also in the process of creating additional exclusive behind the scenes media for your enjoyment. More on that in future posts.
Let’s make this last week one to remember, folks. You know where to find me. Get Snapping.
Movies have scenes, books have chapters, symphonies have movements. But in real life, there’s always one more day, one more dawn, one more dream, one more story.
With deepest love and gratitude,
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1 The term “Millennial High Art,” is an allusion to a short but powerful video of the same name by Michael Sorace, Edward Sturm, and David Labuguen.
Originally published Sunday, 22 May 2016.