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The Open Society Announces the 2012 Grant for Photographers from Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Pakistan.

The Open Society Documentary Photography Project and Arts and Culture Program announce a grant and training opportunity for documentary photographers from Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Pakistan. Approximately 10 cash stipends in the amount of $3,500 USD each will be awarded to photographers to produce a photo essay on a current human rights or social issue in the region. Along with the stipend, grantees will participate in two master-level workshops on visual storytelling through photography and multimedia.   These workshops are led by internationally-recognized photographers and industry professionals who will then provide ongoing mentorship and support throughout the six-month grant term.

The six-month grant program will provide up to 10 regionally based photographers with:

  • A cash stipend
  • Audio equipment and software
  • Two advanced training workshops
  • Travel and hotel expenses and provide a per diem to cover meals and incidentals for the workshops
  • Ongoing coaching and mentoring throughout the grant period
  • Deadlines to keep your project on track
  • Publicity and promotion of the work produced
  • Opportunities for follow-up support to distribute the finished work

The deadline for applying is 5 pm EST May 10, 2012.

View past grants awarded in 2009-2011, and detailed descriptions of eligibility and application directions. 

 

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