Humble Arts: Now Accepting Proprosals for its Spring 2008 Grant for Emerging Photographers; Deadline March 3

Humble Arts Foundation is currently accepting proposals for its Spring 2008 Grant for Emerging Photographers

Humble Arts Foundation established the Grant for Emerging Photographers (GEP) in 2007 to support fine art photography projects in the U.S. and abroad.

How the GEP Works:
Given twice annually, the GEP is a $1,000 grant award that recognizes the strongest new proposal in fine art photography as submitted to Humble Arts Foundation.

Deadline: 11:59 pm, Monday, March 3, 2008

Applicants will be notified via e-mail starting the first week of April as to the status of their proposal.

Applicant Eligibility
Applications will be accepted from photographers who are at least 18 years old and do not have gallery representation.

Project Eligibility
We will fund projects that are new or ongoing.

Applicants should submit no more than one (1) proposal requesting support for one (1) project.

Review Process
Humble Arts Foundation’s senior curatorial staff will review projects for visual strength and clarity of proposal.

Submission Guidelines
You may submit up to five images. Each image must be:

Jpeg format, 72dpi, 550 pixels wide only

In addition, rename each photo with your first and last name (ex. john_doe1.jpg, john_doe2.jpg, etc). We will not consider applications with .zips files or links to your work/website.

Application Process
Your application is complete after you have completed the online application and submitted up to five images. We will not consider incomplete applications.

For questions, please send an e-mail to: or visit

amani olu
founder / director

humble arts foundation, inc.
po box 1157
old chelsea station
new york, new york 10113

p: (646) 330 1039

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