Due Date: October 15, 2019
Applications are open for the Magnum Structure Photography and Social Justice Fellowship 2020 The Fellowship broadens variety and imagination in the field of documentary photography through capacity-building and crucial expeditions of photography and social modification.
Each year, the program supports a varied, worldwide group of Photography and Social Justice Fellows who are enthusiastic about challenging oppression, pursuing social equality, and advancing human rights through photography. With New York City City as a cultural resource, the program offers area for interdisciplinary experimentation, mentored job advancement, and cross-cultural, crucial discourse at the crossway of photography and social justice. Throughout the program, Fellows deal with jobs with assistance from Magnum Structure coaches.
Aspects of the Program
- Task Advancement and Frameworks: March– May 2020: These preliminary bi-weekly online sessions offer conceptual foundation for the training and an online forum for the Fellows to establish their job concepts.
- New York City Session 1: June 1–30, 2020: The very first session in New york city City is a 4 week training hosted by CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism. This very first session concentrates on job advancement, technical trainings, and experimentation. This session will consist of expedition of emerging tools and platforms, lectures on documentary photography, and conversations on crucial theory.
- Task Production: June 2019– January 2020: Fellows finish the proposed body of work that intends to advance social justice in their neighborhoods with on-going assistance from Magnum Structure.
- Magnum Structure covers the expense of travel and space and board for the sessions in New york city City
- Fellows likewise get a modest stipend to support the production of their jobs. The program is produced in collaboration with the City University of New York City Graduate School of Journalism.
- Open to documentary professional photographers, artists, and photojournalists
- Activists who utilize photography in their change-making practice
- Scholars who integrate images and image-making in their research study and scholarship
- They motivate applications from self-taught professional photographers who have actually not had access to official training
- Candidates need to excel in spoken and composed English since all direction will remain in English.
For more details, go to Magnum Structure