2011 Anthropographia Award for Human Rights Submission Deadline Extended
The 2011 Anthropographia Award for Human Rights, which is free to all, offers an opportunity for photographers to exhibit their work and demonstrate their commitment to human rights issues.
Submission deadline: EXTENSION TO JANUARY 10, 2011
Notification of selected photos & multimedia projects: February 1, 2011
For the 2011 edition of the Anthropographia Call for Entries, 16 photo-essays and 8 multimedia projects will be selected by a team of curators, including Matthieu Rytz, Founder of Anthropographia, and two guest curators that Anthropographia has identified as definitive in their field. From the selected photo-essays and multimedia projects, two awards will be granted by the team of curators that recognizes the particular achievements of two photographers in representing human rights issues.
The awards are:
- The Anthropographia Award for Photography and Human Rights
- The Anthropographia Award for Multimedia and Human Rights
The Anthropographia short-list (still & multimedia) will be exhibited at multiple venues all over the world.
Anthropographia accepts all proposed photographs and/or multimedia project(s), from both professional and amateur artists and/or photographers. There is no specific qualification to enter the “2011 Call for Entires” except that the photographs and/or multimedia project(s) submitted must contain a clear link to Human Rights. Anthropographia does not discriminate because of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or identification, or any other factor prohibited by law. Photographers and artists of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to respond to the “2011 Call for Entries.” There is no charge to submit photographs and/or multimedia project(s).
For more information visit 2011 Anthropographia Award for Human Rights.