Working Artist Photography Award Winter Call Deadline: Feb 17, 2021

Call for Photographers; $1000 Working Artist Photography Award Winter Call
Deadline: February 17, 2021
The Working Artist Photography Award is a regular one-time art purchase award dedicated solely to photography and photo-based artwork. This award is offered by Working Artist Org. (b.2008)(Tacoma, WA) is a privately run and backed micro-grant project, devoted to the acknowledgement and promotion of great contemporary art and artists. and works in tandem the organization’s bi-monthly general discipline Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award.
The Working Artist Photography Award is available to all photographers and photo-based artists working worldwide in all traditional and non-traditional photography mediums, genres, and styles. Work accepted for review includes but is not limited to film, digital photography, digitally manipulated photography, straight and abstract photography, landscape, still life, fashion, documentary, street, black and white, and color photography, and all methods concerning the finished photographic print.
If selected as the winner, the award recipient is asked to exchange one of their original works or smaller series of original works for inclusion in the collection in return for the award. Work considered by the artist as of equal value, and available for acquisition can be negotiated upon receipt of the award. Artist’s shipping costs are paid.
To be considered, send your website, or 5 images (each under 1 mb), along with your name and contact information to: No written proposals or CV’s are required unless the artist would like to include them. There is no application form.
Participants agree by completing their submission to limited use of their images or other representation of their artwork and general information to be featured on the site and corresponding promotional media. All rights will be retained by the artists.
Submission Review Fee: $25
Deadline: February 17, 2021
Notification: Within 45 days

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