Opportunities

Victoria Square Art Project: Open Call

Deadline: 1st June 2020

This new Woking-wide art competition is an opportunity for professional artists, schools, amateurs and enthusiasts alike to see their work exhibited publicly, win one of ten “Best in Show” cash prizes and contribute towards the town’s flagship development.

A public exhibition, selected by a panel of judges, will celebrate the best work from those who live, Read More

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OPEN CALL LagosPhoto20: Home Museum

Deadline: 31st July 2020

Open call for an exciting initiative organised by LagosPhoto20. You don’t need to have a professional camera, you may use whatever device you have – a smartphone is fine.

The idea is to “shine your eyes” on our homes as if they were museums. We invite you to take part in building this new virtual Home Read More

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FOTONOW – DIGITAL PROJECTS LEAD JOB

Deadline: 11th June 2020

Fotonow CIC  is seeking an experienced professional to lead on the development of digital and online aspects of Fotonow community project work, supporting thier wider delivery team and bringing energy and enthusiasm in enhancing the future of the company.


Start date: 1st July 2020

Contract: Fixed-term contract (0.6) for 9 months
Location: Plymouth
Salary:  £10,647.00 / £13.00p/hr

 

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Photo Meet & Northern Narratives: Free Open Call

A FREE call for submissions for photographers from around the world with a project they would like to promote on Photo Meet & Northern Narratives online channels; Website, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Photo Meet and Northern Narratives are conscious that in these unprecedented times of total lock down artists and image makers have lost many Read More

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Critics’ Choice 2020

Deadline: 24th June 2020

Unprecedented times call for new ways of thinking and the new Critics’ Choice 2020 aims to give more photographers more opportunities to be recognized than ever before! What’s different? Critics’ Choice 2020 assembled the largest ever jury, with over 20 international experts eager to discover new photographers. Every critic will select three photographers with outstanding Read More

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Call for papers: DISCOVERING DALMATIA VI conference

Deadline: 30th June 2020

The Institute of Art History – The Cvito Fisković Centre in Split, Croatia

A call for papers for an international conference of academics and professionals organized as part of a week of events in scholarship and research

DISCOVERING DALMATIA VI

Watching, Waiting – Empty Spaces and the Representation of Isolation

3rd – 5th December Read More

Open Call: A Disabled Artists Manifesto

Deadline: 29th June 2020

Image: Not Going Back To Normal / CCA

Sasha Saben Callaghan and Harry Josephine Giles invite submissions as part of their project Not Going Back To Normal. Read on to find out more.

We want your radical art and ideas for remaking the art world by and for disabled people. We’re making a website and a book, and we’re paying for contributions.

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Carte Blanche Students 2020

Deadline: 5th June 2020

Paris Photo, Picto Foundation and SNCF Gares & Connexions are proud to announce the third edition of the Carte Blanche Students, a platform of the discovery and promotion of emerging talent in master and bachelor programmes in photography and visual arts schools throughout Europe.

On the occasion of Paris Photo 2020, which will be held from Read More

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Photobook Grant 2020

Deadline: 1st September 2020

Rohit Saha's Photobook exhibit 2019, Art Heritage

The following call for applications towards a Photobook Grant, invites work from South Asia. It aims to present a project that takes the form of an engaged visual narrative, spanning the autobiographical and the inspired.

The Alkazi Foundation for the Arts is looking for an exceptional manifested photo narrative from South Asia. They invite book projects Read More

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2020 Mobile Photography Prize

Deadline: 11th June 2020

© Alberto Lara, 1st Prize Winner, PHmuseum 2019 Mobile Photography Prize

Mobile devices are often the main vehicle through which we document our everyday life. Considering the current crisis, with this open call the PHmuseum are aiming to understand how this unprecedented situation is redefining the relationship with our home, family and community. Which are our own personal and collective feelings and expectations? Which are the Read More

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SERENDIPITY ARLES GRANT

Deadline: 7th July 2020

For practitioners in the South Asian region which includes Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

A call for lens-based practitioners – Photography | Video | New Media

Serendipity Arts Foundation in collaboration with Rencontres d’Arles announces Serendipity Arles Grant 2020 supported by the French Institute in India. The Grant of INR 12,00,000 (approximately EUR 15,000)* supports lens-based practitioners from the South Asian Read More

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The Ian Parry Scholarship 2020

Deadline: 5th July 2020

Image:Jedrzej Nowicki / Ian Parry Scholarship

To enter this year’s Ian Parry Scholarship, you will need to be 24 or younger or enrolled on a full-time recognised photographic course. Your application should contain the following information:

1) Your name, date of birth, permanent address, personal email address, personal telephone number, and if applicable, college, course title and course tutor.

2) A project description giving us Read More

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World Report Award Documenting Humanity

Deadline: 5th June 2020

The Festival of Ethical Photography is pleased to present the tenth edition of the World.Report Award.

The maturity and experience gained over ten years of an international competition, alongside dozens of judges from all over the world represent an incredible heritage as well as a challenge to continually improve.

Every year the contest creates a fresco that Read More

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TPA/RPS Environmental Bursary

Deadline: 8th June 2020

Photograph by Marcus Doyle (screen shot)

The Royal Photographic Society in partnership with The Photographic Angle is offering a 1-year bursary to support a photographic project that will promote environmental awareness. Applications are invited from anyone living or studying in the United Kingdom with a talent for taking photographs and an interest in the environmental concerns that we face today.

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RPS Postgraduate Bursary

Deadline: 19th June 2020

Photograph by Ioanna Sakellaraki (screen shot)

As part of The RPS remit as an educational charity The RPS offer an annual bursary of £3,500 in support of a postgraduate student.

Applications are invited from postgraduate students on courses in photography or undertaking research in photography. Applications must be written in English if applying from abroad. Applicants can apply at any stage of Read More

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Joan Wakelin Bursary

Deadline: 28th June 2020

Photograph by Silvana Trevale (screen shot)

Administered by The Society in partnership with The Guardian. The Joan Wakelin Bursary offers £2000 for the production of a photographic essay on an overseas social documentary issue.

The Bursary was established in 2005 in memory of distinguished documentary photographer and Honorary Fellow of The Society, Joan Wakelin.

In addition to the funding you will also be Read More

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CALL FOR PAPER : ‘WOMEN, PHOTOGRAPHY, CONFLICT’ – Fast Forward conference in Georgia

© Justyna Mielnikieiwicz/MAPS. Crimea, Ukraine 2008. From the project 'Ukraine Runs Through it'

CALL FOR PAPERS:

WOMEN, PHOTOGRAPHY, CONFLICT

Fast Forward:  Women in Photography: Conference 4 – Tbilisi, Georgia

19-20 – September 2020 

Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum (TPMM) announces the Georgian edition of Fast Forward: Women in Photography, which is organised in partnership with University for the Creative Arts (UCA) and London College of Read More

An Artist Residency in Motherhood (no deadline)

A self-directed, open-source artist residency to empower and inspire artists who are also mothers.

You don’t have to apply. It doesn’t cost anything, it’s fully customisable, and you can be in residence for as long as you choose. You don’t even have to travel, the residency takes place entirely inside your own home and everyday life. An Artist Residency in Motherhood is Read More

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