Deadline: December 5, 2023
Applications are open for the Fund for Emerging Photography in Haiti 2024. The FPEH wants to support promising Haitian photographers in the realization or continuation of a coherent photographic project that may aim at journalistic objectives or respond to documentary or artistic imperatives.
In addition to financial support, this fellowship includes a one-year mentorship with internationally recognized photography professionals. For this edition, it’s the photographer Karl Joseph and the curator and publisher Jeanne Mercier. The FPEH also ensures the visibility of the work carried out, in Haiti and abroad, through the publication of a brochure.
- Both winners will receive financial support of US$5,000, as well as mentoring by one of the two mentors over a period of one year at a rate of one work session per month. The submitted project must be completed within a maximum of one year following the receipt of the first disbursement. The winner will have to submit an interim report to receive the balance of his scholarship, and a full report to close it.
- Open to any emerging photographer artist in the photography sector in Haiti:
- Have at least two (2) to four (4) years of experience in the photography sector;
- Have a bank account domiciled in Haiti;
- Present a project lasting a maximum of one year.
- Applications can be submitted individually or collectively, by people between 20 and 35 years old.
- Type of actions:
- Eligible actions must contribute to the creation or promotion of an artistic project, such as the purchase of materials dedicated to artistic practice, exhibitions, publication, etc.
Applications must be sent no later than December 5, 2023 at midnight.
Interested candidates must submit a complete application package including:
- Completed application form
- Completed budget
- A copy of a valid ID
- A Portfolio that showcases your work (including at least a coherent series of 6 photos) or accessible via a link
- A Short Biography
For more information, visit FPEH.