About the Award:
This Award intends to celebrate the lives of everyday girls who perform incredible jobs. The Award is open to photographers both professional and amatuer, of all nationalities worldwide. The chosen art will probably be showcased in a central London place. The Everyday Heroine exhibit will tell the story of everyday girls who perform incredible jobs. The work of every applicant should deal with the next theory: The Everyday Heroine Focusing the limelight on the unsung heroines who make the regular potential.
- Each applicant should submit a photographic societal reportage consisting of three themed pictures. Please refer to FAQ if uncertain concerning what pictures to submit.
- Images might be accentuated for colour/contrast/brightness, but cannot be manipulated.
- Applicants must justify the photos they’re submitting are their own work and that they possess the copyright in their opinion.
- Each applicant will retain complete copyright in their very own work.
The Award is open to photographers of nationalities worldwide. Only one entry per individual. Illegible or incomplete entries will never be accepted. Please note that evidence of transmission will never be accepted as evidence of reception.
So, who’ll be your heroine?
This photographs award challenges the stereotype of the regular girl and encourages one to revaluate how exactly we perceive ‘the everyday heroine’. Bring us photographs to illuminate the lost girls – generally viewed as subordinate – yet so regularly undertaking the main endeavors as guards of the fabric of our society. All photographic entries will be released on our social networking platforms. The winning shots and also the work of twenty runner ups will probably be showcased in a prestigious central London place.
There are no fees to join the contest.
The timeline of the contest is as follows:
June 16, 2017: All instruction manual, such as the 3 themed pictures, should be received
June 22, 2017: The panel of judges identifies the finalists
June 26, 2017: The names of the finalists are declared
Oct /2017: Official opening of the exhibit & statement of the victor
The works of the victor and twenty runner ups will probably be demonstrated as a member of a group exhibit in a prestigious central London place in October 2017 (dates to be confirmed) to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The victor is likely to be given a gold medal and € 1,000 cash prize.
How to Apply:
- Each applicant must submit:
- Curriculum Vitae (2 pages max)
- Three themed pictures
- Artistic statement – a description of your work and just how it is related to the subject (maximum 30 words).