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Angkor Photo Travel Grant

 

Thanks to the support and generosity from our community of photographers and the alumni of the Angkor Photo Workshops,
the
Angkor Photo Travel Grant is now available for participants from Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia.
In addition, participants from the Philippines and Malaysia will be eligible to apply for a Project Development Grant

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Angkor Travel Grant & Project Development Grant

After much deliberation, the judges made their selections.  The judge for nominees from Indonesia and the Philippines is Kevin WY Lee, Photographer/Founder of IPA.  Rahman Roslan, Photographer/Co-founder of Dokumen is the judge for Malaysian nominees.  “There were promise and diversity in all the finalists, and I found sympathy in all the works and applications in different ways.” (Kevin WY Lee).

Grant Recipients will receive $500 to cover their travel costs to attend the Angkor Photo Workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia.  Additionally, they will also receive a one-year mentorship from the Angkor Photo Travel Grant Team Member(s).

Read more about the judges comments on their Official Site.

Ian Hananto

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Basilio Sepe

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Aizzat Nordin

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Rebecca Chew

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Angkor Travel Grant:

The Grant is available only for one Indonesia-based Photographer who has been selected to attend the 12th Angkor Photo Workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia (December 1-10, 2016).

The Grant will provide the recipient with $500 to help cover a return flight from Indonesia to Siem Reap, food expenses, and local transport cost incurred during the workshop. Additionally, the Grant recipient will receive a one-year mentorship with Andri Tambunan and have his/her work featured on Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA).

Eligibility Criteria & Requirements:

1.) Photographer must be based in Indonesia.

2.) Eligibility is based on selection to participate at Angkor Photo Workshop. Please submit your application by July 1st.

3.) 2 weeks after selection results have been announced, prospective Indonesia-based photographer must also submit:

  • One-page written statement on why they need this Travel Grant and their intention and goals of attending the Angkor Photo Workshop.
  • A portfolio with maximum 20 images including any applicable captions and summary in IPTC or metadata. (Image Size: 2,000 pixels on longer side / 72dpi / JPG format / Medium quality (8).
  • Send statement and portfolio in a zip folder with your full name to (Angkorphototravelgrant@gmail.com).

4.)One week after Grant submission deadline, Kevin WY Lee, Founder of Invisible Photographer Asia, will select one photographer from Indonesia to receive this Grant based on his/her portfolio.

5.) Grant recipient must give regular updates of their progress during the workshop via their personal Instagram or Facebook account.

6.) Two weeks after the Workshop, the Grant recipient must submit their photo series that they shot during Workshop and a one-page summary of their experience for publication on IPA. Photographer will retain copyright to their photographs.

7.) The Grant recipient must attend the 2016 Angkor Photo Workshop for the full period of December 1–10. If Grant recipient is unable to attend, the grant will be forfeited and given to the runner-up.

For any questions please contact: angkorphototravelgrant@gmail.com

See On Official Site: Indonesia

The Angkor Travel Grant for Indonesian participants was initiated and generously sponsored by Andri Tambunan

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About the Travel Grant & Project Development Grant:

This Grant is available for one Philippine-based Photographer who has been selected to attend the 12th Angkor Photo Workshops in Siem Reap, Cambodia (December 1-10, 2016).

The Grant will provide the recipient with $500 to help cover a return flight from the Philippines to Siem Reap, food expenses, and local transport cost incurred during the workshop.  Additionally, the Grant recipient will receive a one-year mentorship with any photographer from the Angkor alumnae from the Philippines and have his/her work featured on Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA).

In addition, the Filipino photographers who will attend the Angkor Workshop will vie for The Project Development Grant. All participating photographers should have completed the Angkor Photo Festival Workshop to be able to qualify for the grant.

Eligibility Criteria & Requirements:

1.) The participating Photographer must be from the Philippines.

2.) Eligibility is based on selection to participate at Angkor Photo Workshop. Please submit your application by July 1st.

3.) 2 weeks after selection results have been announced, prospective Philippine-based photographer/s must also submit:

  • One-page written statement on why they need this Travel Grant and their intention and goals of attending the Angkor Photo Workshop.
  • A portfolio with maximum 20 images including any applicable captions and summary in IPTC or metadata. (Image Size: 2,000 pixels on longer side / 72dpi / JPG format / Medium quality (8).
  • Send statement and portfolio in a zip folder with your full name to (Angkorphototravelgrant@gmail.com).

4.) One week after Grant submission deadline, Kevin WY Lee, Founder of Invisible Photographer Asia, will select one photographer from the Philippines to receive this Grant based on his/her portfolio.

5.) Grant recipient must give regular updates of their progress during the workshop via their personal Instagram or Facebook account.

6.) Two weeks after the Workshop, the Grant recipient must submit their photo series that they shot during Workshop and a one-page summary of their experience for publication on IPA. Photographer will retain copyright to their photographs.

7.) The Grant recipient must attend the 2016 Angkor Photo Workshop for the full period of December 1–10. If Grant recipient is unable to attend, the grant will be forfeited and given to the runner-up.

Project Development Grant:

The participants from the Philippines who attended the 12th Angkor Photo Festival workshop will be eligible for one project development grant worth of up to USD$1000.

Requirements:

  • One-page project proposal on what topic and they will pursue and a rough estimate of costs that will be incurred for the project. The project/proposal is encouraged but not limited to focus on stories/issues in the Philippines.
  • The portfolio/project they have produced during the Angkor Photo Festival workshop with maximum 20 images including any applicable captions and summary in IPTC or metadata. (Image Size: 2,000 pixels on longer side / 72dpi / JPG format / Medium quality (8).

Details:

  • The selected project/proposal should be produced within a period of 120 days. The photographer will be working with a group of mentors from Asia while developing the project.
  • 50% of the fund will be released to the photographer at the start of the grant period and the remaining 50% upon submission of the set requirements.

The final project should consist of:

  • 5-20 image selection (complete with necessary Metadata for each image)
  • One-page text to accompany the project.
  • A blog-post that shares the process behind the production of the project.

The judges for the Project Development Grant will be announced in August. The panel will be comprised of professionals from the Asian region as well as representatives from the Angkor Photo festival committee.

For any questions please contact: angkorphototravelgrant@gmail.com

See On Official Site: Philippines

The Angkor Travel Grant and Project Development Grant for Filipino participants is sponsored by alumni Veejay Villafranca, Jes Aznar and Tammy David

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About the DOKUMEN-Angkor Travel Grant & Project Development Grant:

A young Malaysian based creative visual agency called DOKUMEN has decided to contribute to Angkor Photo Festival this year by offering a grant for Malaysia-based photographers. DOKUMEN, founded by two APF workshop alumnae from Malaysia, believes that it is time for them to give back to the community that has helped them started their photographic career.

This Grant is available for maximum TWO Malaysia-based photographer who has been selected to attend 2016 Angkor Photo Workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia (December 1-10).

The Grant will provide the recipient with EURO500 to help cover a return flight from the Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap, food expenses, and local transport cost incurred during the workshop.  Additionally, the grant recipient will receive a 3-months mentorship with any photographer from the Angkor alumnae from Malaysia and have his/her work featured on Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA).

In addition, the Malaysian-based photographers who will attend the Angkor Workshop will vie for The Project Development Grant. All participating photographers should have completed the Angkor Photo Festival Workshop to be able to qualify for the grant.

Eligibility Criteria & Requirements [Travel Grant]:

1.) Photographer must be based in Malaysia.

2.) Eligibility is based on selection to participate at the 12th Angkor Photo Workshop. Please submit your application by July 1st.

3.) 2 weeks after selection results have been announced, prospective Malaysia-based photographer/s must also submit:

  • A portfolio with maximum 20 images including any applicable captions and summary in IPTC or metadata. (Image Size: 2,000 pixels on longer side / 72dpi / JPG format / Medium quality (8).
  • A one-page statement reasoning why they should receive the travel grant.
  • Send statement and portfolio in a zip folder with your full name to (angkorphototravelgrant@gmail.com)

4.) One week after Grant submission deadline, Rahman Roslan, Creative Director of Dokumen, will select maximum two photographer from Malaysia to receive this Grant based on his/her portfolio.

5.) Grant recipient must give regular updates of their progress during the workshop via their personal Instagram or Facebook account or thru their personal blogs.

6.) Two weeks after the Workshop, the Grant recipient must submit their photo series that they shot during Workshop and a one-page summary of their experience for publication on Invisible Photographers Asia.  Photographer will retain copyright to their photographs.

7.) The Grant recipient must attend the 2016 Angkor Photo Workshop for the full period of December 1–10.  If Grant recipient is unable to attend, the grant will be forfeited and given to the runner-up.

Project Development Grant:

The participants from Malaysia who attended the 2016 Angkor Photo Festival workshop will be eligible for one project development grant worth 1000Euros.

Eligibility Criteria & Requirements [Project Dev Grant]:

  • One-page project proposal on what topic and they will pursue and a rough estimate of costs that will be incurred for the project. The project/proposal is encouraged but not limited to focus on stories/issues in Malaysia.
  • The portfolio/project they have produced during the Angkor Photo Festival workshop with maximum 20 images including any applicable captions and summary in IPTC or metadata. (Image Size: 2,000 pixels on longer side / 72dpi / JPG format / Medium quality (8).

Details: 

  • The selected project/proposal should be produced within a period of 120 days. The photographer will be working with a group of mentors from Asia while developing the project.
  • 50% of the fund will be released to the photographer at the start of the grant period and the remaining 50% upon submission of the set requirements.

The final project should consist of:

  • 30-40 image selection (complete with necessary Metadata for each image)
  • One-page text to accompany the project.
  • A blog-post narrating the process behind the production of the project.

The judges for the Project Development Grant will be announced in August. The panel will be comprised of respected professionals from various related industry.

For any questions please contact: angkorphototravelgrant@gmail.com / cc: info@thedokumen.com

See On Official Site: Malaysia

The DOKUMEN-Angkor Travel Grant and Project Development Grant for Malaysian participants is sponsored by DOKUMEN, a creative agency founded by alumni Rahman Roslan.

 

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