Opportunity Location: Asia

Call for entries: Picture of the Year Asia 2024

Modelled after the prestigious Pictures of the Year International (POYi), POY Asia was created in 2020 by and for photographers from Asia.

POY Asia is an official member of POYi, a program of the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia, Missouri.

To find out more and to enter please go to the direct link.

Trans Asia Photography Journal: call for papers “Orphaned Images: Found or Inherited”

Trans Asia Photography Journal

Call for Papers “Orphaned Images: Found or Inherited”, guest edited by Sabeena Gadihoke

This call focuses on the image whose origins are uncertain and history unknown. Photographs have usually been linked to the idea of the evidentiary. Even as the digital turn opens up possibilities of endless transmutation of the image, the `photograph’ still retains its evidentiary status Read More

Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Photography and Digital Imaging, Nanyang Technological University – School of Art, Design and Media

The School of Art, Design and Media (ADM) at NTU, Singapore, invites qualified academics with a strong creative practise to apply for a faculty position in Photography and Digital Imaging as Assistant or Associate Professor (tenure track).

a) The candidate will help set the direction of photography courses within the school’s BFA programs. The ideal candidate Read More

POY Asia 2023

Pictures of the Year Asia is aimed at promoting Asia-based photographers guided by the principle of “Show truth with a camera.” POY Asia is committed to seeing the world from an Asian perspective and celebrating excellence in journalistic and documentary photography throughout the continent.

Pictures of the Year Asia (POY Asia) is pleased to announce that Read More

Creation Grants // Round 2

Creation Grants are back with the second round by the Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops!

This time, the Creation Grants will be open to all lens-based practitioners in Asia. This initiative is part of their mission to support the visual media community in Asia, and meant to help give a little boost of motivation (and cash).

These Read More