Posts Tagged ‘Aftermath Project’

Project on Ukraine Wins $20,000 2015 Aftermath Grant

Posted by on Friday December 19, 2014 | Photojournalism

Justyna Mielnikiewicz has won the 2015 Aftermath Project Grant for “A Ukraine Runs Through It,” a project exploring tensions in modern Ukraine using Dnieper River as a symbolic dividing line. The $20,000 grant, offered by the nonprofit Aftermath Project, supports documentary photography that addresses the legacy of conflict. The Aftermath Project also announced several finalists,... More

Post-9/11 War Business Project Wins $20K Aftermath Project Grant for 2014

Posted by on Tuesday January 14, 2014 | Awards/Contests/Grants, Photojournalism

Italian photographer Luca Locatelli has won the $20,000 Aftermath Project Grant for his project “United Colours of War,” which looks at the increase in business connected to war following 9/11. The Aftermath Project also recognized several finalists, whose work will be included in War is Only Half the Story, the annual Aftermath Project publication: Philippe... More

$20,000 Aftermath Project Grant for 2012 Awarded to Andrew Lichtenstein

Posted by on Wednesday November 30, 2011 | Awards/Contests/Grants, Photojournalism

Photographer Andrew Lichtenstein has received a grant of $20,000 from The Aftermath Project, an organization that supports documentary photography that tells post-conflict stories. Lichtenstein received the grant, which is supported by the Foundation to Promote Open Society, for his work “American Memory,” a series of landscape photographs at historical sites of conflict around the United... More

Aftermath Project Launches $20k Grant for Conflict Photogs

Posted by on Monday June 27, 2011 | Photojournalism

The Aftermath Project, a non-profit organization that gives grants that help photographers tell stories about countries and communities affected by war and other armed conflict, has created a special, one-time $20,000 grant for conflict photographers. The grant will be awarded to a photographer interested in telling a personal story of how their work covering war... More