2nd Edition of The Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers
|Category:||Art Contests > Photography|
|Entry Fee:||$51 +|
|Prizes:||$8000 + book publishing + exhibition|
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The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards (WPGA), with the sponsorship of Save the Children and ZOOM Magazine invites women photographers worldwide to submit images to the Second Edition of The Julia Margaret Cameron Award.
The winner images will be published in ZOOM Magazine. As in other contests organized by WPGA who partner with Save the Children, sales of works in exhibitions will be donated to that humanitarian organization.
WPGA will be inviting in this occasion women photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought. Traditional, contemporary, avant-garde, creative and experimental works that include old and new processes, mixed techniques, and challenging personal, emotional or political statements will be welcome.
JURORS:Carol McCusker, curator of The San Diego Museum of Photography
Jurors: Rosanna Checchi, the Editor in Chief of Zoom, and the winners of the first edition of The Julia Margaret Cameron Award: Livia Corona and Gloriann Liu. Award Director: Julio Hardy, WPGA's Managing Director
The Julia Margaret Cameron Award is addressed to professional and non professional women photographers worldwide, who will compete together with single images and/or portfolios in the following categories:
Portrait, People and Figure.
Documentary and Editorial
Architecture and Interiors
Landscapes and Citiscapes
Documentary and Editorial
Landscape and Citiscape
DEADLINE: January 31st 2011
Single Images: $40 for the first 3 images; $10 each additional image.
Portfolio: $60 the first portfolio; $40 each additional portfolio
In Single Image the minimum of images to be submitted is 3. Portfolios should be composed by a minimum of 6 images and a maximum of 12.
Any single image or portfolio can be submitted to more than one category, counting as an additional image or portfolio without discount.
The Julia Margaret Cameron Award will be given to the best photographer according to the Jurors' team.
The first runner up will be awarded with The Julia Margaret Cameron New Talent Award.
Winners will receive a cash prize of $ 5,000 and $3,000 each, respectively, and their works will be published in Zoom Magazine during 2011.
The winners in each category will receive a diploma from The Julia Margaret Cameron Award as Outstanding Photographic Achievement in her category.
In every category Honorable mentions will be awarded at discretion of the Jurors.
All awardees, including the honorable mentions of each category will be published in the book "The Julia Margaret Cameron Award 2011".
Awarded works will be exhibited during 2012 in a city and venue to be decided.