News and Opportunities

Opportunities

2021 Photography Graduate Mentoring

Following the success of our 2020 Graduate Mentoring Scheme we are very pleased to announce that the scheme is now available to anyone graduating from a Photography BA or similar course in 2021.

Visualizing Climate Change: An Open Call for Photography

Through ‘Visualizing Climate Change: An Open Call for Photography’, TED Countdown is partnering with Climate Visuals to build a new robust, accessible collection of evidence-based photos that document the reality of climate change around the world.

They are seeking submissions that communicate positive climate solutions in five key areas:

Photo credit: Prashanth Vishwanathan

The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award

The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award, facilitated by FotoDocument and supported generously by Nikon UK, is granted annually to a professional woman photographer towards the completion of a compelling and cohesive documentary photo essay, which addresses an important social, environmental, economic or cultural issue, whether local or global.

 

FOAM Talent Call

The annual Foam Talent Call is a search for exceptionally talented photographers between 18 and 40 years, from all across the world. Foam's Talent Programme is devoted to supporting you and your work. Selected artists receive a number of career-building opportunities, including publication in Foam Magazine's annual Talent issue, participation in (online) programmes and events, as well as the potential to be added to the prestigious Art Collection Deutsche Börse.

 

Call out to take part in Lancashire Photography Festival

Lancashire Photography Festival is seeking people to take part in a photography project. The project will see participants produce a short photo story, developed through online workshops; the work will be exhibited outdoors in Preston as part of Lancashire Photography Festival 2021. The festival is provisionally planned for Spring 2021. Deadline to apply is end of Jan 2021.

Photo: Garry Cook
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