UNESCO is inviting professional photographers from all over the world to send a sample of their best photographs depicting female journalists in situations that threaten their safety.
Amplify Photo invites documentary photographers based in India to submit proposals for Amplify's inaugural grant. Two grants of 50,000 INR each will be awarded to photographers to develop their existing projects further. The selected storytellers will get a chance to work with veterans of the industry for publication and editorial support.
Artreach, in partnership with KNMA, will be supporting multiple artists over 2020-21, through short term Teaching Fellowships. Open Calls will be released periodically over the year. For the first phase (November 2020-March 2021), Art-Reach invites proposals from artists to lead three Online Teaching Fellowships; three artists will be selected, to lead separate Teaching Fellowships.
Experimenter Curators’ Hub is a platform in developing and sustaining discourse on curatorial practice and exhibition-making through critical discussion and debate. Structured as a deeply intensive program, every year the hub invites some of the foremost curators of the world to present their practice with reference to recent exhibitions curated by them. The audience at
Kolkata Centre for Creativity has announced an opening invitation for their forthcoming exhibition, ‘Following the Strokes, Through Dark Times’, which invites artists to engage with some of the Master's artworks and the ideas behind them.
Kochi Biennale Foundation has announced the fourth edition of the Students' Biennale. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this edition of the Students' Biennale will be held online.