Save the date!

A new list of upcoming deadlines of grants and funds we think you should keep an eye on! 

 

© Johis Alarcón / Native

 

Chobi Mela X - International Festival of Photography, Bangladesh
Closes May 5

"The theme of this edition is PLACE. Artists and Curators are invited to submit work of photography/video/sound/installations, and are encouraged to explore the boundaries of their medium. Apart from solo exhibitions, collective/curated works are also encouraged. The festival will feature exhibitions in print and digital form."

 

IPA Awards 2018
Closes April 3

"The Invisible Photographer Asia Awards is an awards program that aims to spotlight and champion excellence in photography art and practice in Asia. The 2018 competition will open for submissions in March 2018 to four Award Categories: Documentary, Art, Photobook and Young Portfolio."

 

The Neuffer Fellowship
Closes March 20

"The Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship gives academic and professional opportunities to women journalists who focus on covering human rights and social justice. Since 2004, thirteen journalists representing ten countries have been selected."

 

Open Society Foundations - Moving Walls 25: Exhibition and Fellowship
Closes April 20

"The Open Society Documentary Photography Project is soliciting submissions for a new joint exhibition and fellowship opportunity focused on the topic of migration. Selected projects will be featured in the next installment of our ongoing Moving Walls exhibition series, opening in September 2018 at the Open Society Foundations—New York. Selected artists will also receive a fellowship of $30,000–$60,000 to support ongoing or future work on the theme of migration." 

 

Photoville
Closes April 20

"PHOTOVILLE is New York City’s FREE premier photo destination. Produced by United Photo Industries, the annual festival is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. By creating a physical platform for photographers of all stripes to come together and interact, Photoville provides a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse audience — a veritable cross-section of the world’s photographic community."