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Asian photographers grant – call for application (Reminders-Project.org)

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The Reminders-Project.org calls for application for the Asian Photographers Grant. Entry is open to all ages and free. The grant will support projects with up to US$ 3.000:


In recent years, more and more Asian photographers are emerging onto the international scene, producing work of outstanding calibre and giving exposure to little known issues from their region or their own countries.

However, one of the biggest obstacles faced by these photographers is the difficulty of finding financial funding to support their projects. In-depth, investigative work requires long periods of research, and without help, many of these projects cannot be realized.

The Reminders Project and the Angkor Photo Festival share a common mission in promoting and highlighting the work of emerging Asian photographers. They have now come together to take their support one step further with the Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. (Reminders-Project.org)

Deadline for application is 29 July 2011.
Download the application form.
Download the details about the jury.
Download the guidelines.

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