These are the last 24 hours to join the Photographic Museum of Humanity 2015 Grant, the third edition of the international photographic contest we organize with the aim to finance photographers and discover new talents. The submission deadline is on February 24th, 2015.
Here you can find the PMH 2015 Grant main info:
Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson; Co-Editor of the New York Times Lens blog James Estrin; Director of OjodePez magazine and Artistic Director of Cortona On The Move Arianna Rinaldo; and photographer and Director of Centro de la Imagen (Perú) Roberto Huarcaya comprise the jury. They will award a 1st ($2,000), 2nd ($1,000), and 3rd Prize ($500) to photographers displaying the most innovative and compelling work. A New Generation Prize ($500) will also be given to a photographer under the age of 25, and a number of honorable mentions will be awarded according to the material received.
The contest has no entry fee. To participate, you have to apply to become a registered member of the PMH community. Once approved, you will then be able to upload photos and submit a series of maximum 15 photographs to the PMH 2015 Grant before the deadline: midnight on February 24th, 2015 GMT. To apply to the Photographic Museum of Humanity 2015 Grant, please follow this link