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

By Jessica Nap

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! In DINA's words, together they create "flickering windows of funny, sometimes moving, and joyful insights into our current world."

​DINA held an open call for gif submissions that reflect their creators' current experience. It was open to all ages, with each chosen artist receiving £50 and being included in DINA's online exhibition, launched on 24 July.

Click here to view Give us a Gif.

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