Recently, Alexia Executive Administrator Jim Dooley spoke with D.J. Clark of The University of Bolton in Beijing on the podcast Multimedia Week about the foundation and our upcoming grants.
In the podcast, Dooley speaks about some of the tremendous work The Alexia Foundation has had the opportunity to support and explains in-depth the requirements for applications. He discusses the kind of work we look to support, the way we balance our goal of supporting photojournalism with new forms of storytelling, and how to apply. Continue reading →
This past April, Nathaniel Brunt was awarded the first place Student Grant for his project #shaheed. The work is a study of war in the Kashmir Valley, the young local men fighting in it, and the changing relationship between communication technologies, visual representations of conflict, and image-making at this time.
In this new interview with Brunt, we speak with him about the roots of the conflict and his plans for the project.
Alexia dual grantee Matt Black and Foundation board member Ed Kashi are interviewed in the first edition of ZEKE: the magazine of global awareness, a print and digital publication from SocialDocumentary.net. Continue reading →
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