The Allard Prize Photography Competition 2022 is now accepting applications.
The Allard Prize Committee and Maxe Fisher, Associate Professor, Faculty of Design + Dynamic Media, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, judge the bi-annual Allard Photograph, which honors photographic brilliance that reflects the Allard Prize’s principles.
Entries should focus on themes of bravery and leadership in the fight against corruption, particularly via the promotion of transparency, accountability, the rule of law, human rights, and/or anti-corruption in general.
Entries depicting corruption and human rights breaches in the developed world are especially welcomed.
- Each winning shot will earn $1,000 in Canadian dollars and will be published on the Allard Prize website for six months, along with a short explanation and the photographer’s name. Following that, winning submissions will be preserved on the website as a former winner.
Allard Prize Photography Competition Requirements
- Individuals who have achieved the age of majority in their home country at the time of admission are eligible.
- Members of the Allard Prize Photography Competition Jury, Allard Prize Committee and Allard Prize Advisory Board are unable to compete during their periods as members of the Jury, Committee, or Advisory Board, as well as for one year after their positions finish.
- Photographs must be digital and at the greatest quality reasonably achievable when submitted.
- Vertical photos must be at least 740 pixels height and horizontal images must be at least 1180 pixels wide.
- There should be no borders and no white or black frame on the photos.
- The photographer’s name must be included in the file name.
Application for Allard Prize Photography Competition
Entrants must submit their photos and complete the online submission form, which includes the following information:
- A brief description of the photograph (up to 1200 characters) describing how it reflects the themes of the Allard Prize of courage and leadership in combating corruption, particularly through promoting transparency, accountability, and the rule of law, or of human rights and/or anti-corruption in general; and
- A synopsis of the Entrant’s life.
Allard Prize Photography Competition Deadline
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Deadline: May 1, 2022
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