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Deadline: December 30, 2011
Winner is: Judged
Entry: Free Entry


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Migration, Stories of a Journey Photography Award 2011

Photocompetition 200KB Migration, Stories of a Journey, is aimed at promoting emerging photographers of all nationalities based in the EU WHOSE WORK EXPLORES THE LIVES AND STRUGGLES OF MIGRANTS IN EUROPE.

 

The focus of Accademia Apulia Photography Award 2011 aims to highlight Migrants’ struggle and difficulties as well as to show Migrants’ many accomplishments and contributions as successful members and leaders of the new host society in which they now live.

Migration, Stores of a Journey is under the Patronage of Amnesty International, the British Council, The European Commission and the international Organisation for Migration.

Entrants will be assessed by leading figures in the fields of Photography and Journalism:

Barbara Roche – Migration Museum Project, Diane Smyth – British Journal of Photography, Jennifer Francis – The Royal Academy of Arts, John Ingledew – University of Gloucestershire, Lucilla and Fabrizio Barbieri –  Coppi Barbieri, Stefano Tura – RAI, Steve Macleod – Metro Imaging, Susan Jenkins – The Art Newspaper.

The three finalists will be revealed on 10 January 2012 and the winner on 10 Feb 2012. Their works will be showcased in a group exhibition curated by Elisa Canossa at the Royal Horseguards in London. The three finalists will be flown in as guests of Accademia Apulia for two nights. The winner will also receive 1,000 Euros cash prize.

 

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Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: 1,000 euros cash prize ELIGIBILITY: Photographers of all nationalities based in the EU / 18+ Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: Each applicant will retain the copyright of their own work USAGE RIGHTS: Each applicant grants Accademia Apulia UK the right to print any of the submitted artwork for fundraising activities without the need of applicants’ prior consent. Any printed artwork may be sold during or after the exhibition to recover the printing costs.

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