Fujifilm Residency

Website: http://fujifilmfifviseu.com/en/artistic-residency-open-call/

Open call to photographers regardless of nationality, for a one-month residency to take place between April and May 2017 in Viseu, Portugal. The challenge is to look at the neighboring parishes of Viseu, promoting a broader understanding of their social and economic contours, bringing communities together and involving them in the photographic project. This residency will result on a photographic series that will be exhibited during the 2017 edition of Fujifilm FIF Viseu – International Photography Festival. The entire body of work will be published in 2018 and launched during the 2nd edition of Fujifilm FIF Viseu to take place that same year. The selected photographer will also be required to hold a workshop aimed at students of photography / arts / multimedia and the presentation of the project carried out within this residency in a talk with guests to happen in this year’s edition of Fujifilm FIF Viseu. Fujifilm FIF Viseu will guarantee all travel and accommodation expenses, and Fujifilm will offer the selected photographer a new Fujifilm camera.

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Expires: February 24, 2017


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