Early Bird Pricing for Miami Seminar Ends April 1

Latin America: Stories That Drive Change is promising to be an inspiring and dynamic event. Taking place April 8 & 9 at the University of Miami School of Communication, the seminar will feature talks by the best in their fields, break-out sessions to go in-depth on areas of interest and project reviews to refine grant applications. Plus, we’ll are hosting a special reception on Saturday, April 8 where we will announce the winners of The Alexia 2017 grants.

Currently, the price to attend Latin America: Stories That Drive Change is $95. That price is only valid until this Saturday, March 25 at midnight. Register now to lock in this price. After Friday, the cost for the seminar will rise to $110. Continue reading

Regístrate ahora para América Latina: Reportajes que generan cambio

Es hora de empezar a hacer sus planes para estar en el seminario “América Latina: Reportajes que generan cambio” en la Universidad de Miami el 8 & 9 de abril.

La Fundación Alexia, La Escuela de Comunicación de la University of Miami, la Fundación Knight, PhotoWings y el Nikon Ambassador Program son los co-patrocinadores de este evento. Continue reading

Apply for the Photography: Agent for Change Workshop

The Alexia Foundation is proud to offer a one-day seminar entitled “Photography: Agent For Change,” for photographers to learn to use photography to effect change. The workshop will be held at the International Center of Photography in New York City on November 6, 2015. Continue reading

Help Support The Alexia Foundation’s Next Big Initiative

This fall, the Alexia Foundation is starting an important new initiative to further the ability of photojournalists to help bring important issues to the forefront. We want everyone creating important, moving work on today’s most important social issues to be able to best use their photography to drive change. Continue reading

Announcing the 2012 student winners

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Katie Orlinsky won the first place award of a stipend towards a three-month MediaStorm internship in Brooklyn, as well as funding to complete her project, “Innocence Assassinated: Living in Mexico’s Drug War.” Her project looks under “the well-known narrative of … Continue reading