Below are a list of grants, fellowships, and contests that photographers may be interested in. I’ve posted all of the available information. When deadlines draw near I will again post a reminder. Please share.
Magnum Foundation and the Inge Morath Foundation announce the 12th annual Inge
Morath Award. The annual award of $5,000 is given to a female photographer
under the age of 30, to support the completion of a long-term documentary
project. One award winner and up to two finalists are selected by a jury
composed of Magnum photographers and the director of the Inge Morath
We believe that photojournalism is a powerful tool for
telling compelling social, political and cultural stories. We also understand
that creating and managing world-class photography assignments requires time,
freedom, support and considerable resources.
That is why we continue to offer the Grants for Editorial
Photography, which in 2013 will provide five total grants of $10,000 each to
photojournalists pursuing projects of personal and journalistic significance.
Since its launch in 2005, the Grants for Editorial
Photography celebrate and support independent photojournalism, evidenced by the
many dynamic and compelling projects completed over the years.
The Grants for Editorial Photography will be awarded through
our annual application proposal process, with applications being accepted
beginning April 1, 2013 and will require a 500 word summary of the project
proposal, a short bio, and 20-25 images. Specific uploading instructions will
be made available when the application portal is opened on April 1.
announced a year after the Center for Documentary Studies's founding at Duke
University, the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize was created to encourage collaboration
between documentary writers and photographers in the tradition of the acclaimed
photographer Dorothea Lange and writer and social scientist Paul Taylor. This
year, the CDS is proud to re-launch the Lange-Taylor Prize, which supports
documentary artists who are involved in extended, ongoing fieldwork projects
that rely on and exploit, in intriguing and effective ways, the interplay of
words and images in the creation and presentation of their work.
winner will receive $10,000, a solo exhibition at the Center for Documentary
Studies, and inclusion in the Archive of Documentary Arts at Rubenstein
Library, Duke University.