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The International Women in Photo Association (IWPA) is announcing its open call for 2021 entries and subsequent awards for women photographers. This year, the IWPA photography competition can either be free-themed or in line with the chosen theme of ‘solidarity’.
Submissions can be done online, and are free of cost.
Application deadline: October 31, 2021
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Benefits of the International Women in Photo Association Award
The IWPA Award is a photography award organized by the International Women In Photo Association and is supported by Canon France, Fisheyes, Efti, KG+.
International Women in Photo provides a platform for women photographers and promotes their work to a wide and diverse audience thus contributing to a plurality of visions. Its mission is to encourage and help women photographers to gain global recognition in order for them to move forward creatively and professionally.
Over the past years, the award has attracted thousands of women photographers of different origins and cultural backgrounds, with over 800 photographers participating in 2020 from over 80 countries and 6 continents.
Following an inaugural exhibition, the exhibition is to travel to cities in the Middle East/Asia, and Europe, including Dubai, Tokyo, and Geneva.
The IWPA Award is open to women photographers from all over the world, and those who identify as women, working in any field of photography from fine arts to photojournalism.
An internationally selected jury composed of eminent figures from the art and photography community chooses one laureate, and nine runners up.
Every year, itinerant exhibitions are organized around the world in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe to showcase the works of the Laureate and finalists.
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