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Joan Wakelin Bursary
Joan Wakelin Bursary
The Joan Wakelin Bursary
The Guardian/Royal Photographic Society Joan Wakelin Bursary each year offers a bursary of £2,000 for the production of a photo essay on an overseas social documentary issue. Entry for the bursary is free of charge and is open to all photographers, of any age and nationality.
Shortlisted candidates will be asked to attend an interview at The Guardian offices, in London, and the winning photo essay will be published by Guardian News and Media, and The Royal Photographic Society Journal in the Spring the following year. The recipient of this year's Bursary is Eleri Griffiths.
Please telephone or email Jo Macdonald, Awards Manager, on 01225 325721 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Oliver Woods was awarded the 2012 Joan Wakelin Bursary at The Society's awards ceremony on 6 September 2012. Eleri Griffiths, Rajan Zaveri and Claudia Leisinger were shortlisted.
Neil Hall was awarded the 2011 Joan Wakelin Hon FRPS Bursary at the Macallan 2011 Royal Photographic Society Awards Ceremony on 8 September at the Royal Society. Maiju Torvinenn and Maja Daniles were shortlisted.
Yevgenia Byelorusets won the Joan Wakelin Hon FRPS Bursary in 2010. Other semi-finalists were Jonathan Hyams, Bharat Choudhary and Simon Brown.
The winner of The Guardian/Royal Photographic Society Joan Wakelin Hon FRPS Bursary 2009 was Anastasia Taylor-Lind. To see her images, please click here
To see Jackie Dewe Mathews' photo essay (winner, Joan Wakelin Bursary 2008) please click here
For further information please contact Jo Macdonald on 01225 325721 or email@example.com.
Environmental Awareness Bursary - Closes on the 31st May 2013
The Royal Photographic Society in partnership with The Photographic Angle is offering two 1-year bursaries to support a photographic project that will promote environmental awareness. The bursaries will provide £3000 to assist with travel expenses, photographic equipment and other project-related costs. There are two awards available for applicants aged 16-25 and 26+ years. Application form Word.
In addition to the Joan Wakelin Hon FRPS Bursary The Royal Photographic Society is very pleased to announce a major new initiative in offering a number of different bursary schemes for the benefit of young image makers. These have been made possible by funding from a number of different sources that include income from The Society's investments and legacies. They are available for members and non-members. Please click here for further information.