Reportage Grant-Year Two
Eyes on Main Street Inc will be accepting applications for the next photo-reportage grant as of today, December 31, 2019.
One photographer will be selected to receive a $2,000 grant that will enable the photographer to capture a photo-reportage anywhere in the world.Funds are restricted and can only be used for travel expenses including airline tickets, accommodation, car hire and food.
The resulting photo-reportage will be featured during the 7th Edition of the Eyes on Main Street Wilson Outdoor Festival (Spring 2021). https://www.eyesonmainstreetwilson.com
Applications are open to photographers from any country, 18 years of age or older. In keeping with the mission of Eyes on Main Street to support photographers from all walks of life, there is no application fee attached to this opportunity. In addition to the application, each photographer should provide a brief cover letter about their proposed project -including proposed travel dates- and a CV that highlights their photography experience.
Photographers MUST have a website account that the Eyes on Main Street Photography Festival Curators can access. An Instagram account can be added to the application. Application dates are December 31, 2019 to February 29, 2020 at 11.59 PM (USA E.S.T.).
The selected photographer will be announced during the launch of the 6th edition of Eyes on Main Street on May 2, 2020. This photographer is required to enter a contract of agreement with Eyes on Main Street Inc. that outlines the grant requirements and usage rights. The photographer retains all copyright.
The selected photographer will be required to submit a portfolio of work created for the Eyes on Main Street Grant of 30 to 75 images.
We look forward to receiving your applications using this email:
Jerome De Perlinghi
Download the form here
Andria Hautamaki was the first recipient of our new Photo-Reportage Grant.
The curators wishes Andria all the best and are looking forward to share and exhibit her new work during the 6th edition of the Festival in the Spring of 2020.
Andria Hautamaki, Southern Chile