LAST CHANCE TO APPLY FOR THE 2019 SMITH FUND GRANTS . Deadline is tonight at 11:59PM EST. Link in bio. . Photo by W. Eugene Smith, Steel Mill Worker, Pittsburgh, 1955
DEADLINE TOMORROW! Entries for the 2019 Eugene Smith Fund Grants close on April 30. . Photo by Daniel Castro Garcia ( @foreignerdigital), who received the 2017 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant for his project, Foreigner: I Peri N’Tera — a Sicilian colloquialism that translates as “feet on the ground.” The project focuses on migrants in Sicily, following the lives of those who survived the long journey across the Sahara Desert and Mediterranean Sea. . Daniel Castro Garcia, Aly Gadiaga, Catania, Sicily, Italy. November, 2015.
TWO MORE DAYS! Entries for the 2019 Eugene Smith Fund Grants close on April 30. . Find out more through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. . Photo by Graciela Iturbide, 1987 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient Magnolia, Juchitán, México, 1986
Calling all student photographers! There’s only five days left to apply for the 2019 Smith Fund Grant for Student Photographers. Application fee is only $1. . Find out more through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. Apply by 4/30 11:59pm EST. . Photograph by Trent Parke, 2003 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient. From the series “Minutes to Midnight,” a portrait of twenty-first century Australia.
For some practical advice on applying for the W. Eugene Smith Grant, we spoke to Mark Peterson ( @markpetersonpixs), last year’s recipient. . "The W. Eugene Smith fund is a unique opportunity for photographers to work on a project that is close to their heart. I found that writing the proposal and rewriting it helped me center on what was the essence of the project. The jury wants to hear from you and why it is important to you personally. Why you are compelled to make the pictures you are making. I first applied for this grant over 20 years ago and have applied several more times after being selected as a finalist. So I would encourage everyone who believes in their work to keep applying and to keep working on the projects they love. Gene Smith gave up a lot for what he believed but he never turned his back on photographing what he thought the world needed to see.” – Mark Peterson . Apply by April 30 11:59pm EST for the 2019 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant, The Howard Chapnick Grant, and the Smith Fund Grant for Student Photographers. Find out more through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. . Photo by Mark Peterson, 2018 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient Unite the Right rally, Charlottesville, 2017
DEADLINE EXTENDED! Apply by April 30 11:59pm EST for the 2019 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant, The Howard Chapnick Grant, and the Smith Fund Grant for Student Photographers. . Find out more through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. . Photo by Cristina García Rodero, 1989 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient. "El colacho," Castrillo de Murcia, Spain, 1975.
Deadline to apply for one of the 2019 Smith Fund Grants is THIS WEEK. Send in your application by April 20. . Find out more through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. . Photo by Sebastião Salgado, 1982 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant recipient
A little over two weeks left to apply to the 2019 Smith Fund Grants. Find out more through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. . Photo by Gilles Peress who received the 1984 W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund grant to continue his work documenting life and conflict in Northern Ireland.
Each year, the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund presents more than $50,000 in grants, fellowships, and special awards to photographers who use exemplary and compelling photojournalism to address an issue related to the human condition; social change; humanitarian concern; armed conflict; or cultural, social, environmental, and/or political significance. Apply by April 20 through the link in our bio or visit smithfund.org for more information. . Image: Krisanne Johnson ( @krisannejohnson), 2011 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient. Johnson received the grant for her series "I Love You Real Fast," a long-term project about young women and HIV/AIDS in Swaziland.
Monika Bulaj’s “Broken Songlines || Three Manuscripts” shows a journey from China to Europe, the opposite of Marco Polo’s infamous voyage, focusing on minorities fleeing persecution, nomads, and pilgrims. Bulaj was named a 2018 Leonian Finalist for the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography. . Only a few weeks left to submit to the 2019 Smith Fund Grants! Submission deadline is April 20. Link in bio.
Photograph by Ernesto Bazan ( @ernestobazan), 1998 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient, who has been photographing Cuba since he first traveled to the country in 1992. . Submit to the 2019 Smith Fund Grants by April 20. Only a few weeks left! Link in bio.
One month left to submit to the 2019 Smith Fund Grants! . —W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography ($40,000) —The Howard Chapnick Grant ($5,000) —W. Eugene Smith Grant for Student Photographers ($4,000) . Submission deadline is April 20. For more information, visit the link in our bio. . Image: Enayat Asadi (@enayat.asadi), 2018 Smith Grant Leonian Finalist. In Rising from the Ashes of War, Enayat Asadi photographs Afghani and Pakistani refugees along the eastern Iranian border. Sponsored by The Philip and Edith Leonian Foundation, Enayat Asadi received a $2,500 award for her project. The awards are presented to Smith Grant finalists whose works the judges deemed as “exceptional and worthy of recognition.”
John Vink ( @vinkjohn) received the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography in 1986 for his project "Water in Sahel." . “The region being extremely vast, the situations are quite diverse, and the access to water and its management in the vicinity of the Niger is completely different from what can be found at the Dogon cliffs, the Northern desert-like part of Mali, the Southern side of the Senegal river or the Atlantic coastline. Yet water is life, and more so in the Sahel.” . Submission deadline for the 2019 Smith Fund Grants is April 20. Link in bio. . Image: John Vink
“Family is a subject nearly all people can relate to. The W. Eugene Smith Grant offers a unique opportunity to create comprehensive images that portray stories of how families are profoundly and subtly affected by recent events in Ukraine as they adapt to the complex repercussions of the revolution and Russian supported war against their nation.” — Joseph Sywenkyj, 2014 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient . Take your documentary project to the next level. Apply for the $40,000 Smith Grant through the link in our bio. . Photograph by Joseph Sywenkyj (@joseph_sywenkyj)
Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia received the 1985 Smith Fund Grant for her fearless work documenting the effects of the Mafia on Sicilian life. She continued working in Palermo as a photographer for the left-wing newspaper L’Ora, even after receiving multiple death threats for her coverage. . Take your documentary project to the next level. Apply for the $40,000 Smith Grant through the link in our bio. . Images: Letizia Battaglia, 1985 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient
Since the beginning of 2006, Peter van Agtmael ( @pvanagtmael) has documented the consequences of America’s wars, at home and abroad. He received the 2012 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant in Humanistic Photography for this work. . Applications are now open for the following grants: W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography ($40,000) The Howard Chapnick Grant ($5,000) W. Eugene Smith Grant for Student Photographers ($4,000) . Submission are due April 20, 2019. Link in bio. . Image: Peter van Agtmael (@pvanagtmael), from the series Disco Night Sept. 11
To celebrate our 40th anniversary, we're increasing the Smith Fund Grant to $40,000. Apply today through the link in our bio. Image: Paolo Pellegrin ( @paolopellegrin), 2006 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient
Calling all student photographers! Apply for a $4,000 grant to make your project a reality. Link in bio. Image: Marwan Bassiouni (@marwan_bassiouni), 2018 W. Eugene Smith Student Grant Recipient. From the series New Dutch Views.
3 grants, $50,000 in funding, 1 goal. Apply for our grants and fellowships today through the link in our bio. . Image: Graciela Iturbide, Nuestra Señora de las Iguanas, Juchitán, México, 1979. Iturbide was the 1987 W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant Recipient.
Shahidul Alam is free from prison seen here in London with Robert Pledge, a member of the Board of the W. Eugene Smith Fund. . . ... ...Robert Pledge with Shahidul Alam, recently released from 100 days in Bangladeshi prison. Seen at Don McCullin retrospective at Tate Britain, London, 5 February 2019 #ShahidulAlam #eugenesmithfund #donmccullin #contactpressimages @flaneurphoto
Johnny Depp looks remarkably like W. Eugene Smith in this still from the production of the film Minamata which tells the story of Smith’s experience documenting industrial pollution in Japan. #eugenesmithfund #minamata #pollution #mercurypoisoning #photojournalism #genesmith #eugenesmith #weugenesmith #johnnydepp
Russia by Ellen Binder from her project supported by the 1994 Grant in Humanistic Photography from the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund. This photograph is in the Smith Fund Legacy Collection at the International Center of Photography #eugenesmithfund #ellenbinder #ICPCollections
1983 W. Eugene Smith Grant recipient Milton Rogovin with his wife Anne photographed by Harvey Wang in 2000. #eugenesmithfund #miltonrogovin #harveywang . Milton Rogovin died on this day in 2011 at the age of 101. Milton was a remarkable photographer who led a quiet life in Buffalo, NY. After being blacklisted by the House Un-American Activities Committee in the 1950s and subsequently losing his optometry practice, Rogovin dedicated his life to photographing the residents of a depressed six-block area in his hometown of Buffalo, NY. He visited and revisited the same people over a 40 year period creating memorable portraits. I had the pleasure of assisting Milton when he visited some of his subjects for a fourth time. The short film I made, "Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones" won "Best Short Documentary" at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Check it out on youtube.) . #harveywang #miltonrogovin #buffalony#documentaryphotography#documentaryphotographer#centerforcreativephotography#photographersatwork #photographers#flakphoto #tribecafilmfestival#gettymuseum #analoguephotography#hasselblad500C #hasselblad#filmisnotdead #portraitphotography#photographer #photographeratwork
To celebrate the 100th birthday of W. Eugene Smith on December 30th, 2018, Magnum Photos produced this feature about his work: https://www.magnumphotos.com/theory-and-practice/w-eugene-smith-master-of-the-photo-essay/ #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #eugenesmith #genesmith
W. Eugene Smith was born 100 years ago today. Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946. © Heirs of W. Eugene Smith. #eugenesmithfund ##weugenesmith #eugenesmith #genesmith
W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund Board Member Robert Pledge writes about his photographer friend Lu Guang who disappeared in China five weeks ago. #eugenesmithfund #luguang #photojournalism #missing #robertpledge #pollution #china #contactpressimages https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/08/opinion/sunday/lu-guang-photographer-missing-china.html Photo © by Lu Guang
Lu Guang, the 2009 recipient of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund Grant in Humanistic Photography has been detained apparently by the Chinese state security. To read more follow this link: https://loeildelaphotographie.com/en/lu-guang-winner-of-world-press-photo-awards-vanishes-in-china-bb/ #luguang #eugenesmithfund #photojournalism #carbon #environment #china #ecojournalism #missing #humanrights #conservation @humanrightswatch Photo © Lu Guang
Lu Guang who received the 2009 W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund Grant in Humanistic Photography is missing in #China as reported by @npr : https://tinyurl.com/y7qa62go — Our thoughts and prayers go out for his safety. #eugenesmithfund #luguang #photojournalism #carbon #humanrights #environment #conservation #ecojournalism @humanrightswatch #missing — Photo copyright © Lu Guang
Reading the Pictures Salon December 6th is supported by the Howard Chapnick Grant from the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund. More info in the caption below. #Repost @readingthepictures with @make_repost ・・・ This picture of a child resting on her father is safety in an unsafe world. A father determined to carry his daughter into a better life. A daughter trusting her father completely, even in the midst of danger. Back when we were paying attention to the “caravan” of refugees crossing into Mexico (so strange how we aren’t watching it anymore…), pictures like this one contradicted the story of a migrant army pushing steadily north. And maybe it’s true that showing children is an especially powerful way to picture these Central Americans as refugees rather than invaders. But what devils’ bargains do we make when we decide that the sleeping child is the only proof of her father’s humanity? That’s an awful burden to place on the child’s shoulders. (@christajolson)⠀ ⠀ On December 6th, we and the @MagnumFoundation, with the support of the @EugeneSmithFund Chapnick Grant, are co-producing the latest @ReadingThePictures salon. One of the themes we’re looking at is: #kidsandthewall. The online discussion with live audience chat will analyze how the Border Wall, family separation, and the “caravan” have been visually depicted in the media. (Please sign up and participate via the link in our bio.)⠀ ⠀ Photo: @uesleimarcelinooficial @reuters #kidsandthewall #borderwallsalon, #borderwall #children #migrantchildren #caravan #immigration #zerotolerance #refugees #migrants #migration #politics #visualpolitics #newsphotos #photojournalism #media #humanrights #borders #mexico #guatemala #invasion #refugees #reuters (From caption: Rosendo Noviega, a 38-year-old migrant from Guatemala, part of a caravan of thousands from Central America en route to the United States, holds his daughter Belinda Izabel as he walks along the highway to Juchitan from Santiago Niltepec, Mexico, October 30, 2018.)
Photographer Mark Peterson was awarded the 2018 W. Eugene Smith Grant for his ongoing project about white supremacists in the U.S. The project, called “The Past is Never Dead,” looks at the organizations, political parties and candidates bringing the message of white supremacy to the halls of various state and local governments.” The $35,000 grant will enable Peterson to continue the project. #eugenesmithfund #markpeterson #grant #photojournalism #photoaward #neonazi #politics #confederateflag
TOMORROW!!! W. EUGENE SMITH GRANTS IN HUMANISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY & HOWARD CHAPNICK GRANT _________________________ Wednesday October 17, 2018 333 West 23rd St. (between 8th and 9th Ave.) New York The School of Visual Arts (SVA) Theatre 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 17, 2018 WATCH ON FACEBOOK LIVE
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the W. EUGENE SMITH MEMORIAL FUND Cordially Invites You to The Presentation of THE 39th ANNUAL W. EUGENE SMITH GRANTS IN HUMANISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY & 22nd FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PHOTOJOURNALISM ANNUAL HOWARD CHAPNICK GRANT _________________________ Wednesday October 17, 2018 New York, NY 10011 333 West 23rd St. (between 8th and 9th Ave.) The School of Visual Arts (SVA) Theatre 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 17, 2018. WATCH on FACEBOOK LIVE Keynote Presentation: Jodi Kantor. Ceremony RSVP: Please RSVP via the website link in the bio -- First Come, First Served FREE Admission Seating is Limited Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Announcement and presentation of The 2018 W. Eugene Smith Grant of $35,000 The 2018 W. Eugene Smith Fellowship of $5,000 Two 2018 Smith Finalist Awards sponsored by the Leonian Foundation of $2500 The 2018 Howard Chapnick Grant of $5,000 The 2018 Student Smith Award of $4,000 Reception to Follow #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946©️W. Eugene Smith. Courtesy of Kevin Eugene Smith for the Heirs of W. Eugene Smith
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the W. EUGENE SMITH MEMORIAL FUND Cordially Invites You to The Presentation of THE 39th ANNUAL W. EUGENE SMITH GRANTS IN HUMANISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY & 22nd FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PHOTOJOURNALISM ANNUAL HOWARD CHAPNICK GRANT _________________________ Wednesday October 17, 2018 New York, NY 10011 333 West 23rd St. (between 8th and 9th Ave.) The School of Visual Arts (SVA) Theatre 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 17, 2018 WATCH on FACEBOOK LIVE Keynote Presentation: Jodi Kantor. Ceremony RSVP: Please RSVP here -- First Come, First Served FREE Admission Seating is Limited Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Announcement and presentation of The 2018 W. Eugene Smith Grant of $35,000 The 2018 W. Eugene Smith Fellowship of $5,000 Two 2018 Smith Finalist Awards sponsored by the Leonian Foundation of $2500 The 2018 Howard Chapnick Grant of $5,000 The 2018 Student Smith Award of $4,000 Reception to Follow #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant
For an interesting article on this situation go to this link: https://news.artnet.com/art-world/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-case-of-bangladeshi-photographer-shahidul-alam-1331804 #freeshahidulalam
Our friend Shahidul Alam is a Member of our International Advisory Committee. He is a Bangladeshi photographer, human rights activist, founder of Drik photography and the friend of many of us; one of the greatest visionaries of photography in the world; We demand his immediate release! The Bangladeshi authorities need to know the world is watching. Please call those you know in the media. We need to see this published in tomorrow’s press. So the government of Bangla Desh know they cannot just disappear Shahidul with impunity; New York, August 5, 2018--A group of men who said they were from the detective branch of Dhaka police today took Shahidul Alam, a photographer, commentator, and the founder of the Bangladeshi multimedia organization Drik and Pathshala Media Institute, from his home, hours after he posted a video to Facebook about protests in the city, according to news reports. At least five journalists were attacked at the student protests, including a photographer for The Associated Press who was briefly hospitalized, according to the AP. #freeshahidulalam #studentprotests #pathshala #bangladesh #dhaka #worldpress #photographer #journalists #press #freespeech #humanrights
2015 W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund Grant recipient Matt Black is featured on CBS Sunday Morning. https://youtu.be/j7Y5ME_bpco #eugenesmithfund #mattblack #photojournalism
It’s here— the final deadline. We’re still looking for #documentary / #photojournalism projects that have the power to #changetheworld. This image, a close up of ‘Mr. Happy’, taken by @foreignerdigital, is exactly what we’re feeling on this last day of our #callforentries — hopeful, excited, anxious, + ready to review the work you’ve submitted! — What story does the world need to see? Let us know by midnight tonight. #hope #change #grant #eugenesmithgrant #documentaryphotography #documentaryproject #lensonsocialjustice #socialjustice #photographyforacause #humanitarian #humanisticphotography #callforsubmissions #finaldeadline #grantopportunity #worldpressphoto
LAST CHANCE TO ENTER — Brenda Ann Kenneally, 2000 recipient of the W. Eugene Smith Fund, documented the legacy of #drug use from generation to generation in her #Brooklyn, #NewYork neighborhood of #BedStuy. “99% of the #photographs in my project occur on our own street,” she said. “Most conflicts here are about power. #Money is a way to get power; drugs are a way to get money. #Respect is #power.“— ENTER TODAY at Smith Fund.org to be considered for the $35,000 grant, for the new #Student grant, or the Howard Chapnick grant for #editors, #researchers, #journalists and other non-photographers in fields ancillary to #photojournalism. — #blackandwhitephotography #photojournalist #documentary #photoproject #photogrant #addiction #motherhood #eugenesmithgrant #callforsubmissions #callforentries #funding #grantmoney #grantproposal #documentarian #insidelook — Tag someone who should enter @brooklynfilmcamera @bronxdocumentarycenter @everydaybronx @asmpnational @asmpny @aperturefnd @womenphotograph @womeninphoto @womeninphotography @womenstreetphotographers @wipnyc @speos_photo @spe_ne @doc_photo_magazine @magentafoundation @tischphoto @columbiaphotodept @headonphotofest @lagosphotofestival @tbilisi_photo_festival @photoluxfest @angkorphotofest
Mikhael Subotzky, recipient in 2008 of the W. Eugene Smith Grant, captured the crippling effects of #unemployment, #poverty and inadequate public aid in post #apartheid #SouthAfrica, resulting in high rates of #crime and #imprisoned youth. He used the grant money to continue his work, including documenting the spread of #HIV through the nation. LAST CHANCE TO ENTER — visit www.smithfund.org today to apply for the $35,000 #grant, the $4,000 #studentgrant, or the $5,000 Howard Chapnick grant (for non photographers!). Sponsored by @canonusa, @hello_pdnedu @pdnonline, @icpschool, @icp, @mediastorm, @aperturefnd, @inciteproject, @herbritts. #callforentries #callforsubmissions #photojournalist #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #photogrant #grantopportunity #socialchange #socialjustice #awareness #documentary #documentarian #photoproject #viiphoto #eugenesmithgrant #prison #jail #behindbars #insidelook — Tag a photographer who should enter: @aphotographicsociety @everydayafrica @doc_photo_magazine @african_portraits @photogsofcolor @womenphotograph @bronxdocumentarycenter @svasocdoc @fotoevidencepressnyc @viiphoto @natgeocreative
DEADLINE EXTENDED — Darcy Padilla, recipient of the 2010 #eugenesmithgrant, used the #photogrant to continue her #documentary “The Julie Project.” A visual epic, the intensely intimate story of the life and death of Julie Baird spans 18 years starting with a chance encounter in 1993, and provides an in-depth look at #poverty, #AIDS, and social issues affecting American Society. *image cropped from original. Submit your proposal for #funding by June 8th. — #photojournalism #eyesontheworld #studentgrant #callforentries #socialchange #longtermproject #HIV #viiphoto #womeninphoto #womenphotographers #womenphotograph #femalephotographers #blackandwhitephotography #warphotography #humanisticphotography #compassion #documentaryphotography #documentario #callforsubmissions #grantopportunity #blackandwhitephotography #photojournalist #photojournalism
DEADLINE EXTENDED— submit your grant applications by June 8th To be considered for our 35,000 USD grant to produce a long term #documentary or #photojournalism project. — Photo by @foreignerdigital, last year’s #smithgrant recipient. #photo #photogrant #funding #callforentries #callforsubmissions #photocontest #documentaryphotography #humanisticphotography #compassion #eugenesmith #blackandwhitephotography #bandw— check the tags for our sponsors! @canonusa @pdnonline @inciteproject @herbritts @aperturefnd #catchlight #shoot4change #viiphoto #lensontheworld #streetphotography
The hardships of #migration, the #refugeecrisis in #Europe, and the will to start a new life, while loving a family left behind -- this is the complex narrative that Daniel Castro Garcia, @foreignerdigital, recipient of the 2017 W. Eugene Smith Grant, told in his submission. We are looking for stories told with the lens of compassion, that shine light on the nuances of human existence in today's world. Submit your application by May 31st to be considered for one of our THREE #grants. Visit www.smithfund.org to learn more of what our jurors are looking for! #smithfund #eugenesmithgrant #callforentries #callforsubmissions #grantapplications #funding #lensontheworld #shoot4change #viiphoto #photographygrant #photocontest #documentaryphotography #documentary #humanisticphotography #humanitarian #socialchange #photojournalism #photojournalist #emergingphotographer #studentphotographer #projectforchange
Peter van Agtmael, 2012 recipient of the #eugenesmith #grant, graduated from #Yale in 2003 with a degree in History. Following graduation, he spent a year in #China on the Charles P. #Howlandfellowship photographing the effects of the Three Gorges Dam. Since the beginning of 2006, he has #documented the consequences of America’s #Wars, at home and abroad. A monograph of the work, ‘2nd Tour Hope I Don’t Die’ was published in 2009. He is now represented by @magnumphotos. We encourage all #students to apply for our new $4,000 USD #studentgrant — the submission fee is $1; the deadline for entries is MAY 31st. Learn more at www.smithfund.org— #callforentries #callforsubmissions #documentaryphotography #longtermproject #infinityaward #amateurphotography #photoschool #fotografia #documentario #foamtalent #inciteproject #herbrittsfoundation #alexiagrant #emergingphotographers — Photo by @pvanagtmael
Lu Guang, 2009 recipient of the #smithgrant, has been documenting the #ecological & #environmental disasters in #China resulting from the rapid growth of the #economy since 2005, focusing on environmental #pollution and resultant #health problems like schistosomiasis. Over the last 30 years, peoples’ living standards have constantly been on the rise in the country. At the same time, industrial pollution has brought serious consequences for #publichealth and for the #planet at large. Submissions for the 2018 rants close 5/31. #photography #photogrant #grant #funding #studentgrant #documentary #shoot4change #eyesontheworld #fotoevidence #socialchange #globalcitizen #research #gogreen #aninconvenienttruth
If you are in New York this weekend, check out the W. Eugene Smith photographs at the Etherton Gallery booth at the AIPAD fair at Pier 94. #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #eugenesmith #genesmith #minamata #photojournalism #aipad #ethertongallery @ethertongallery