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Julie Saul, owner of one of New York City’s most pretigious contemporary photography and art galleries, will be the juror for the
2008 Photo Review Photography Competition. The Photo Review, a highly
acclaimed critical journal of photography, is sponsoring its 24th
annual photography competition with a difference. Instead of only
installing an exhibit that would be seen by a limited number of

The Photo Review will reproduce accepted entries in its 2008
competition issue and on its website. Thus, the accepted photographs
will be seen by thousands of people all across the world and entrants
will have a tangible benefit from the competition.
Also, the prize-winning photographers will be chosen for an
exhibition at the photography gallery of The University of the Arts,
Philadelphia, and will be exhibited on The Photo Review’s website.

Entry Fees, AWARDS,

The Photo Review website,
For further
information call 215/891-0214.

All entries must be received by mail between May 1 and May 15, 2008.

For a prospectus and details, send a self-addressed, stamped business-
size (#10) envelope to:
The Photo Review,
140 East Richardson Avenue,
Suite 301, Langhorne, PA 19047

Publishing since 1976, The Photo Review covers photography events
throughout the country

The Photo Review 2008 International Photography Competition is
sponsored by Microtek, Calumet Photographic, LaserSoft, Lensbabies,
Lowepro, and Sprint Systems.

Peter E. Palmquist Memorial Fund for Historical Photographic Research ANNUAL to semi-ANNUAL, call or write for info:

Peter E. Palmquist Grant for Historical Photographic Research - Palmquist Application

Preference is given to independent researchers. An independent researcher is someone who controls his or her own research projects, intellectually and financially. The person can be a freelancer or affiliated with a university or other institution, but can not be conducting research under the supervision or direction of another person or entity, either as a trainee, a post-doctoral fellow, or as a research assistant or associate. Doctoral candidates who are writing their dissertations and who are not receiving financial aid will also be considered. Nonprofit institutions with a focus on women in photography or Western American photography before 1900 may also apply for support.

North Coast Cultural Trust • Humboldt Area Foundation
373 Indianola Road, Bayside, CA 95524
Or Email application to:

PX3 introduces the Human Condition juried photo competition. The goal of this one-time only competition is to document the wide spectrum of peoples' ways of life around the world. As the Human Condition encompasses the totality of the experience of humanity, entries may showcase daily endeavors of any caliber; from rich to poor, from third world nations to western society, and from joyful to desolate.
25 winning photographs . PRIZES . EXHIBITION showcase both New York City and Los Angeles
See PX3 for CURRENT call for entries. Generally 2 competitions a year, spring and fall.

WIPI Members, check your recent e-mail for inforamtion about "your" special Discount


DEADLINE usually SPRING each year

1- International Photographer of the Year™ award and cash prize provided by atEDGE.
2- IPA Discovery of the Year™ award and cash prize provided by Pilsner Urquell.
3. Your winning work will be PUBLISHED in the IPA Annual hard-bound, award-winning, coffee table book.
4. Your winning work will be EXHIBITED in the IPA Best of Show traveling exhibition, shown in 9 countries.
5. Your winning work will be SCREENED at the Lucie Awards.
6. Your winning work will be HIGHLIGHTED on the IPA website.
7. Your winning work will be FEATURED in the IPA advertising worldwide.
Enter now. Download the entry form or enter online.

See for updated information

See Lucies 2003 Tribute Annie Leibovitz, 2004 Tribute Sylvia Plachy

Photography Competitions
(WIPI Members: See Private Message Board for current call for entries and job listings)

We only post selected accredited organizations/photo companies that are Sponsors of WIPI. We suggest you visit popular Magazines for Photography competitions, SEE: WIPI Resources. or see the WIPI Network Board

Competitions & Awards

A REFERENCE LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITIONS TO CHECK OUT, some are ongoing and others may be annual, so check out their website to make sure you fall within their submission guidelines and have the most up-to-date information. It's impossible to list all the competitions, so we are hoping that through this list and our online resource section you will be able to find what you are looking for.

- "Excellent" Call for Submissions. SPE provides valuable information for educators has a wonderful job opportunity board also.

En Foco Inc
Nueva Luz photographic journal reviews

(black & white) fine art and documentary work by American photographers of African, Asian, Latino, Native American and Pacific Islander heritage.
Photographers are encouraged to review at least two previous issues
(at libraries or bookstores;
Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis
Please send 20 slides, 8x102 prints, or CD; include resume, bio, support materials AND sufficient postage for the safe return of your materials.
Photographers will be notified within 6 weeks.
Published photographers receive an honorarium, an En Foco membership ($45 value), and 5 complimentary issues.
Send to: En Foco Inc,
attn: Nueva Luz, 32 East Kingsbridge Road, Bronx, NY 10468.

New York Foundation for the Arts

NYFA's mission starts with individual artists in the visual, media, performing and literary arts. This site offers access to the most comprehensive list of opportunities for artists in the nation, opening doors to the widest range of financial, educational, technological, and institutional resources and information.

The listings of opportunities, from Art and Info Inc., are posted on

The Art List : A monthly email newsletter of upcoming art contests, competitions, and juried art shows across the United States. *** (A must for the serious contender) ***
Subscribe now for only $15 a year, and get information to over 100 upcoming art and photo contests emailed to you each month! "Many of today's most successful artists tout juried shows as important milestones in their careers. In addition to potentially winning cash and other prizes, you may also reach a wider audience and establish credibility as a professional artist. Your participating will lead to more sales and impressive resume credits." - The Artist's Magazine

Photo competitions for UK-based photographers - British Journal of Photography
Excellent International e-zine with up-to-date call for entries

U.S. Naval Institute Sponsored Essay and Photo Contests
The Naval Institute sponsors a number of essay and photo contests throughout the year as a means to promote knowledge of the sea services. These are contest awards, not scholarships. All contests run annually, at different times during the year. Announcement dates, deadlines, entry rules, and other guidelines vary and are subject to change. The Editorial Board of the U.S. Naval Institute will judge the essays. Some entries will be published.

E-Photo Newsletter: send an email to: with subscribe E-Photo YourFirstName YourLastName as the body of the message. or subscribe via the web at:

The Center for Photographic Projects
Resource, Grants, Awards and Competitions.
For more information email: We welcome project submissions, exhibits and events, column ideas and commentary

ART DEADLINES LIST: *** (A must for the serious contender) ***
art contests & competitions, art scholarships & grants, art jobs & internships, juried exhibitions, A free newsletter listing art contests & competitions, art scholarships & grants, art jobs & internships, juried exhibitions, call for entries, residencies, festivals, auditions, and other opportunities for artists, art educators and art students of

Gordon Parks Photography Competition

presents the winners photographs for the annual contest for images reflecting themes from the life and work of Gordon Parks.

Mother Jones International Fund for Documentary Photography
supports the work of photographers documenting social and political conditions in Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, Latin America and North America through a series of grants.

Santa Fe
Center for the Visual Arts
The non-profit Santa Fe Center for Visual Arts (SFCVA) honors, supports, and provides opportunities for dedicated photographers working on significant projects and bodies of work.

You can find out more information about their yearly REVIEW SANTA FE, SANTA FE PRIZE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY, and PROJECT COMPETITION AND VISION AWARDS at or by calling 505-984-8353.

Serving the needs of Visual Artists and Art Institutions nationwide. Up-to-date listings of grants, fellowships, positions, art jobs, residencies, colonies and calls for entry. You'll notice they we've disabled the sections with listings on Calls for Entry, Jobs, Grants, Residencies, etc. It will be completely recoded so that you'll have comprehensive, up-to-the-minute, nationwide listings from galleries, institutions, museums, and colleges. Expect this valuable service sometime in the spring 2002.


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