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InFocus Sidney Zuber Photography Award

March 4, 2015


INFOCUS, the photography support organization of Phoenix Art Museum, is calling for entries for the first INFOCUS Sidney Zuber Photography Award. The award will be granted biennially to an emerging or early career photographer who demonstrates artistic promise. The competition is open to photographers who are residents of the United States, working in all photographic media and styles. We are intentionally leaving the meaning of “emerging or early career” undefined. This award will not be restricted by whether or not you’ve had a book, shows, or gallery representation. Each applicant has the chance to state why they feel they should be considered as an emerging or early-career artist. The goal is to provide award money to an artist who, early in their career, will benefit from it.


The artist selected for the INFOCUS Sidney Zuber Award will receive an unrestricted cash award of $5,000. Artworks by the winning photographer as well as those by artists receiving Honorable Mention will be displayed for up to two months at Phoenix Art Museum. The award winner will also be honored at a reception at the Museum on May 20, 2015, and will be reimbursed up to $1500 for travel expenses to attend. Selected artist(s) will be featured in INFOCUS event announcements and social media promotion by both Rebecca Senf and the INFOCUS organization, and will have their websites (if available) linked from the INFOCUS Sidney Zuber Award web page.


Entry Deadline: 3/15/15



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