Wellcome Photography Prize 2019

Website: https://wellcome.ac.uk/what-we-do/our-work/photography-prize

Photographers and other image makers from all disciplines are invited to enter the Wellcome Photography Prize, which celebrates compelling imagery that captures stories of health, medicine and science. Previously the Wellcome Image Awards, the newly relaunched competition will reward pictures that show the importance of health in society and the impact health issues have on people and communities worldwide. They are looking for entries that can captivate people with stories of science and medicine, and start conversations about some of the health challenges humanity faces today. The winners of each of the 4 categories will receive £1,250, with the overall winner receiving a prize of £15,000.

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Expires: December 17, 2018


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