$1000 Anchell Photo Workshops Scholarship for Documentary Photography
Studying in different areas are a good thing to do. There are a lot of people who are taking extra-curricular classes in order to improve their skills or hobby. But doing so is not easy, as the prices of tuition fees and school expenses are not that cheap. A lot of people does not have an access to bachelor degree, any degree program or even some do not have the ability to do online degree. This is a problem that every one of us facing and must have a solution if we want the society to get better.
Anyway, if the basic courses (bachelor degree, any degree program and online degree) that everyone are aspiring to have, how much more for a scholarship for workshop? Most of this kind of additional educational activities are expensive and cannot be acquired by those who does not have funds for it. Fortunately, there are a lot of organizations willing to help for giving a free seminar or sponsoring a workshop. One of those is the Anchell Photo Workshops Scholarship for Documentary Photography. Steve Anchell and Donna Conrad are pleased to announce the first American Photo Workshops Documentary Photography Scholarship.
The main goal of the scholarship is to encourage personal involvement in social issues and promote socially conscious documentary photography. The good thing is, it is open to all fully-matriculated undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of degree major, gender, ethnic background, or country of residence. The subject of the scholar depends on his/her own choice. But, it should be clearly documenting a person, group of people, place and event of any happening that are socially relevant. Submitted images should be arranged and presented so they would clearly tell the story of what is being documented.
The project does not necessarily mean documenting a person. Environmental issues like land use and misuse, urban or rural issues, global or local events will all be considered. The most important is that the photographs that will be submitted must tell that you are involved in it and must speak about the feelings that you have about the subject documenting.
For more information, you could visit https://www.scholarships.com/financial-aid/college-scholarships/scholarship-directory/deadline/deadline-in-jaunuary/anchell-photo-workshops-scholarship-for-documentary-photography. The requirements are also available in their website, go to https://anchellworkshops.com/photography-scholarship/, Good luck to your application.