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For the first time in its 27 years history, our Bradford Fellowship in Photography scheme, which includes a £10,000 award, a major exhibition and the opportunity to work with higher education students, has been made open to applications.
The Bradford Fellowship, a partnership between the National Media Museum, Bradford University and Bradford College has previously been based on nominations, however this year we’re asking for your entries.
Our Curator of Photographs, Greg Hobson, said:
“The Bradford Fellowship in Photography is the Museum’s longest standing cultural partnership. It is made possible through the active involvement of Bradford College and Bradford University, and has supported a wide variety of photographers. In every case the scheme has contributed significantly to both the development of the Fellow’s practice and provided a unique opportunity for students in Bradford to interact with significant artists. We are proud of its legacy and excited to announce a call for the 16th Bradford Fellow.”
The Fellowship was established in 1985. It supports mid-career photographers in their professional activity and their work with the partners in sharing knowledge and learning about the practice of photography.
The deadline for applications is 3rd September 2012 and for full details of how to apply, please see the Bradford Fellow in Photography page on our website.