Genesis Imaging Postgraduate Bursary Award 2019

Image © Chris Hoare. Selected as winner of The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Chris Hoare. Selected as winner of The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Chris Hoare. Selected as winner of The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Chris Hoare. Selected as winner of The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Emily Graham, from the series 'The Blindest Man'. Selected as a commended entry for The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Emily Graham, from the series 'The Blindest Man'. Selected as a commended entry for The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Zoe Savitz. Selected as a commended entry for The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018

Image © Zoe Savitz. Selected as a commended entry for The Genesis PostGraduate Bursary Award 2018


Genesis are delighted to announce that the Genesis Postgraduate Bursary Award is back for the second year. This time, the award is open to all universities in England and for students to self-submit.

From years of experience working with students, we’re only too aware of the financial pressures faced in the production of final work. And of our responsibility to help foster new talent as leaders in production for the creative industries.

The award is comprised of full production of one individual’s degree show (up to the value of £2000). Alongside 12 months mentoring and support, promotion via our newsletter and social media channels and invites to industry events and exhibitions.

The award is our way of encouraging the next generation of arts practitioners, who have taken a leap to complete a postgraduate degree in photography or art related disciplines.

Please submit your applications using the form below by the deadline of 1st March 2019.


 

  • Please include a website if applicable.
  • Drop files here or
    Please upload up to ten images which represent the project(s) you are working on and your practice. The maximum upload size for each file is 10mb.
  • Please include information on your practice and the project(s) you are currently working on. We advise between 300 and 500 words.
  • Please include any ideas you may have of how you would use the £1000 production bursary for your work. These can be very rough ideas and are not set in stone (and it's fine if you don't yet know at this stage!).

 


 

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