The Humble Arts Foundation is accepting applications for its New Photography Grant until Thursday, December 30, 2010. The $1,000 grant is given twice annually (fall and spring) to recognize “the strongest new proposal in contemporary art photography” submitted to the foundation.
Previous winners include Kirsten Kay Thoen, Georg Parthen, and Christopher Colville, among others.
Contestants must submit exactly 10 images from either a new or ongoing project. Entry is free to foundation members, and $45 for non-members. For more details and an application, see the foundation’s grant guidelines page.
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