2013 LUCIE FOUNDATION EMERGING SCHOLARSHIP NOW OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS
THROUGH JANUARY 31, 2013.
We are thrilled to offer emerging photographers support in the form of a $2,500.00 cash scholarship to explore, create or complete a body of work. 2013 marks the fourth year of scholarship giving and we have supported the work of Tommaso Barsali (Italy), Daisuke Ito (Japan) and Julie Glassberg (USA). Click on their images below to learn more about the work we've supported.
The call for submission is free and open to all current Lucie Foundation members.
Submit by January 31, 2013 for consideration. Shortlist and recipients will be announced at the end of March 2013.
Learn more about the submission process here.
Learn how to become a Lucie Foundation member here.
Issue 40 - November 2012.
In this issue:
EMERGING SCHOLARSHIP NOW OPEN FOR SUBMISSION.
CALL FOR ENTRIES – ONE SHOT: SPACES (PRIZES INCLUDE MOPLA 2013 EXHIBITION INCLUSION)
DEADLINE: DEC. 14th
MESSAGE FROM OUR PARTNERS
CALL FOR ENTRIES – IPA's ONE SHOT:SPACES (PRIZES INCLUDE MOPLA 2013 EXHIBITION INCLUSION). DEADLINE: DEC 14th, 2012
International Photography Awards' annual single-image themed competition is back. Selected work submitted to the competition will be exhibited during Month of Photography Los Angeles. This year's theme, Spaces, asks photographers to submit work that convey a sense of inside, outside, or the space between.
One Shot: Spaces jurors include Daria Bonera (DB), Alison Zavos (Feature Shoot), and Alexandra Niki (Resource Magazine)
Prizes include $2,250 in cash prizes, inclusion in One Shot: Spaces exhibition taking place during Month of Photography Los Angeles, a one year 4ormat Pro web subscription, an artist profile on the One Shot website, and custom cocoagraph chocolate products.
View last year's winners of the One Shot:The Landscape. These images were exhibited during Month of Photography Los Angeles 2012.
One Shot: The Landscape Winners from Lucie Foundation on Vimeo.
Deadline: December 14, 2012 (11:59pm PST).
Click here to submit now!
The 2012 FotoVisura Grant:
The deadline is December 15, 2012 at 12pmEST.
The grant is divided into two categories: FotoVisura Grant and the Spotlight Student Grant.
The FotoVisura Grant seeks to recognize a photographer and his or her personal photography project. FotoVisura honors photographers who are committed and dedicated to their project, and whose involvement with the project is to such an extent that he or she seeks to reach a larger audience in order to bring awareness to the project and cause, and at times, even bring about change. Both Justin Maxon (2010 FV winner) and Erin Trieb (2011 FV Winner) exemplify the FotoVisura Grant.
Individually, they each share the values of commitment and dedication to their projects. In addition, they have transcended the image by either selling work to donate to an organization or family, or created a non profit organization to bring about awareness to the cause.
2011 FotoVisura Grant Winner © Erin Trieb
2010 FotoVisura Grant Winner © Justin Maxon. People walk and ride their bike home in the middle of a winter blizzard that dumped almost two feet of snow. A young man poses for a portrait with his hands out, pretending he has a gun, which is a common pose for young people in Chester, PA.
This year's judges are:
The FotoVisura Grant for Outstanding Personal Photography Project
Simon Barnett, Director of Photography, CNN Digital
Whitney Johnson, Director of Photography, The New Yorker
Elizabeth Cheng Krist, Senior Photo Editor, National Geographic Magazine
James Estrin, Co-Editor, New York Times Lens Blog and Senior Staff Photographer
Christina Cahill, Manager, Reportage by Getty Images
Adriana Teresa Letorney, Publisher, Visura Magazine & FotoVisura.com
Claire O'Neill, Editor, NPR Picture Show Blog
Neil Harris, Associate Photo Editor, TIME
Jamie Goldenberg, Photo Editor, Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine
The Spotlight Grant for Outstanding Student Photography Project
Amber Terranova, Photo Editor, PDN Magazine
Sam Barzilay, Creative Director, United Photo Industries
Michael Itkoff, Cofounder, Daylight Books
Graham Letorney, Editor, Visura Spotlight
Manik Katya, Photo Editor, Emaho Magazine
Learn more and submit here.
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