The deadline for The Alexia student grants is here. Student photojournalists only have until Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time to apply for one of five Alexia student grants. Continue reading
Student photojournalists have until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 14 to submit their proposals for The Alexia 2017 student grants. Our grants enable current college student photojournalists to produce substantial bodies of work that promote world peace and cultural understanding. Continue reading
The Alexia Foundation would like to invite you to join us for the judging of The Alexia grants 2017 on Mar. 24 and 25 at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. The Alexia competition is unique in that the proposal is given equal weight to the images. What one is planning to do is as important as what one has shown him or herself able to do with imagery.
The Alexia 2017 judges are National Geographic’s Keith Jenkins, Photographer and Filmmaker Ed Kashi, and Photography Director and Curator Ami Periera. The judging will be moderated by Syracuse University’s Alexia Tsairis Chair of Documentary Photography Mike Davis.
We hope you will be able to join us for what is always a compelling weekend of discussions about documentary photography and using images to drive change.
The deadline for The Alexia 2017 professional grant is tomorrow, Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time. You have one day to apply for the $20,000 grant. The Alexia professional grant exists to enable professional photographers and visual journalists to produce substantial bodies of work that share the Foundation’s goals of promoting world peace and cultural understanding. Continue reading
The deadline for The Alexia $20,000 professional grant is nearly here. The student grant deadline is around the corner. To help you better prepare your materials, Alexia Tsairis Chair for Documentary Photography at Syracuse University, Mike Davis, sat down and answered questions about the grants on Facebook live. You can see the full video on our blog. Continue reading
As of today, the deadline for The Alexia 2017 professional grant is two weeks away. You only have until 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time on Jan. 31 to submit your proposals for the $20,000 grant. Students have only until Feb. 14 at 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time to submit. We realize that as you refine your proposals and prepare your edits, you may have questions. We want to help.
Mike Davis will be running a Facebook live event this Thursday, Jan. 19 at 3 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time to answer questions you might have relating to the grant and the application process. Continue reading
As of today, The Alexia Foundation is accepting applications for both its Professional Grant and its Student Grants. The Alexia Foundation offers production grants to students and professional photographers to give them the financial ability to produce substantial stories that drive change in the effort to make the world a better place.
Learn more and start preparing your materials today. Continue reading
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
The Alexia Foundation will begin accepting applications for our 2017 Grants on Jan. 2, 2017. The deadline for the Professional Grant is Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. The Student Grant deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. Continue reading
Paolo Marchetti’s 2015 Alexia Professional Grant Project on cruelty in the worldwide skin market is featured in the September issue of National Geographic Magazine accompanying an article entitled, “Why Fur Is Back in Fashion.” Marchetti wants his images to raise questions and reignite the debate about the use of animal skins and materials in fashion. Continue reading