- Eligibility criteria:
– Indigenous photojournalists documenting climate change
- Type of funding: Award
- Target country: Worldwide
- Application language: English
The Pulitzer Center is joining Indigenous Photograph for an open photo call to solicit work from Indigenous photojournalists documenting climate change. The Pulitzer Center is particularly interested in those using photography as a storytelling tool to visualize climate issues with a specific focus on journalistic and documentary photography.
The Pulitzer Center raises awareness of underreported global issues through direct support for quality journalism across all media platforms and a unique program of education and public outreach. The Center deliberately seeks to support reporting projects, newsrooms, and journalists that reflect the diversity of the audiences they serve.
Indigenous Photograph is an organization working to elevate the work of Indigenous visual journalists and bring balance to the way we tell stories about Indigenous people and spaces. Indigenous Photograph is an organization working to elevate the work of Indigenous visual journalists and bring balance to the way they tell stories about Indigenous people and spaces. The mission is to support the media industry in hiring more Indigenous photographers to tell the stories of their communities and to reflect on how we tell these stories.
Photographers will receive $300 per image that is selected for the projection.
Selected images will be featured as part of a projection during the Coal + Ice exhibit, which runs from March 15 – April 22, 2022, at the REACH at the Kennedy Center.
See here to learn more and apply.
Organisation: Pulitzer Center