RPS INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION 161

Website: https://www.rps-international.org/events/international-photography-exhibition/

Applications are now open for the Royal Photographic Society International Photography Exhibition. Now in its 161st edition, the IPE is a celebration of photography today and continues to offer insight into current trends and subjects whilst providing a platform for the photographers of tomorrow. Inviting entries from all genres, by photographers worldwide, at all levels of practice. Several prizes will be awarding including the Gold Award £1,500, U30s Gold £1,500, Silver £750, Bronze £500. Entry fees: RPS Member – £22 per person, Non-Member – £32 per person, Entry for Under 30s – £18 per person

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Expires: April 4, 2018


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