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Posted by Anna Fox on April 16th 2013
Women photographers have until 31 May to enter this year's Canon/AFJ Female Photojournalist Award, which comes with a €8000 bursary for the completion of a documentary project
Author: Olivier Laurent
11 Apr 2013Tags:AwardsFestivalsVisa pour l’image
Organised annually by the French Association des Femmes Journalistes and Canon France, with the support of Le Figaro Magazine, the contest is opened to professional women photojournalists of any age and nationality.
Posted by Anna Fox on April 15th 2013
NOTE THERE IS A SMALL ENTRY FEE FOR THIS EXHIBITIONCOMPETITION
The ING Discerning Eye Exhibition is created from small artworks selected by two art critics, two artists and two collectors from an open submission and those who have been invited to contribute work. Last year over 600 pieces were displayed in six small exhibitions at the Mall Galleries.
The Call for Entries for submissions to the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2012 has been published.
The deadline for entries is 7/8th September in London.
Prior to this art can be taken to regional pick-up points around the UK
Posted by Anna Fox on July 20th 2012
Ian Parry Scholarship deadline 20th July - international prize for documentary and photojournalism £3,500 exhibition MOTHER London
The Ian Parry Scholarship deadline is 20th July 2012. The award is an international award for photographers on full time courses or of 24 years and under.
The competition will be judged by our Patron Don McCullin and former winners Marcus Bleasdale & Harriet Logan, Jon Jones of Sunday Times magazine, Tom Stoddart and Lynsey Addario.
Posted by Rebecca McClelland on July 11th 2012
Dear Fotofolios members - please note there is a fee for entering this so please research the prize before entering.
Katya Garcia-Anton, curator of the Spanish Pavilion at the 54th Visual Arts Biennial in Venice 2011, is curator of the 4th Edition of Celeste Prize 2012, an international contemporary arts prize which awards artists 20,000 €.
Celeste Prize is open to artists worldwide, without limits of age or experience. A team of top art curators and critics will choose the 40 finalist works to be exhibited in Rome, Italy, 1-9 December 2012.
Entries online by 31 July 2012
Posted by Anna Fox on July 9th 2012
A children's cancer charity is hosting its first photography competition to raise funds to support its work.
People are being asked to take pictures on the theme childhood and email them to Children With Cancer to be in with a chance of winning.
There are two age categories, children aged 16 years or under, and adults aged 17 and over. Each entry must be accompanied by a minimum donation of £5 for children and £10 for adults.
The top prize in both categories is a day-long big cat photoshoot in Hertfordshire plus a £50 voucher for Jessops.
Posted by Christian Nolle on June 28th 2012
Ian Parry Scholarship, an international award for documentary and photojournalism deadline is announced - June 30th!
The Ian Parry Scholarship deadline has been announced June 30th 2012. The international photography award is open to photojournalists & documentary photographers on full time courses or 24 years old and under. The prize is £3,500 plus an assignment for Save The Children & all the finalist's work will be published in the Sunday Times magazine & exhibited in a London Gallery www.ianparry.org
Posted by Rebecca McClelland on May 9th 2012
Photographers now have a final two weeks to get their images submitted to the Foto8 Summershow, before the deadline of 15 May.
Enter now for your chance to
- be included in the highly-acclaimed exhibition of over 150 prints at Foto8 Gallery including your free ticket to the launch party on 6 July
- win £2000 as Best in Show
- win photographic equipment as the People's Choice recipient
- have your work judged by Gerry Badger, Phil Coomes, Alison Jackson, Simon Roberts and Ossian Ward
Enter up to three images online now before 15 May, for only £20
Posted by Rebecca McClelland on April 30th 2012
The Higher Education Academy is looking for a photograph/digital image which captures how it feels to study the Arts and Humanities when studying the Arts and Humanities is at its best. All entries will be displayed at the Arts and Humanities annual conference and the student who submits the HEA's favourite image will win the choice of either a new third generation iPad 16 GB, 4G with WiFi or £450 in Book Tokens. Details of the competition are available on the main event page.
Posted by Anna Fox on April 20th 2012
Media History, the Routledge journal, is pleased to announce the annual Media History Graduate Student Essay Prize.
Deadline for submissions: 31 December 2012
Media History seek to encourage new and innovative scholarship in the field ‘media history’, broadly defined, and have established this prize to highlight the best new work in the field undertaken by current graduate students.
Posted by Anna Fox on April 20th 2012
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