2nd International Photography Contest on “Economy and Crafts”
FIAP Gold Medal + TRY 20,000
- Deadline: 16 November 2018
- Entry fee: Free
- Website: http://www.tcmb.gov.tr/wps/wcm/connect/EN/TCMB+EN/Main+Menu/About+The+Bank/Cultural/Photography+Contests/Second
As a field of production within the economy, crafts reflect the cultural values of a society through the diversity they offer and a common language of expression. Evolving around a master-apprentice relationship and passed down from generation to generation, crafts are built upon artisanship and hard work as well as on training. It is a field which contributes not only to the economy but also to the common culture that shapes a society.
In this context, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey's International Photography Contest with the theme “Economy and Crafts” aims to support the photographic arts and photography artists, to strengthen national and international communication channels, to underscore the importance of crafts via the art of photography, and to raise and expand at the international level people's awareness about universal diversity through a focus on crafts in different societies.
• First Prize: FIAP Gold Medal + TRY 20,000
• Second Prize: FIAP Silver Medal +TRY 15,000
• Third Prize: FIAP Bronze Medal + TRY 10,000
• FIAP Mention (10): TRY 2,500
• CBRT Special Prize (to be given to a photograph taken in Turkey): TRY 2,500
The contest is open to all amateur and professional photographers who have completed 18 years of age by the deadline fo application
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
The award-winning photographs, the photographs selected for exhibition and those purchased shall be registered in the archive of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey. The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey shall have the right to use such photographs in any of its publications for promotional purposes by mentioning the name of the photographer. No royalty fee shall be paid to the photographers for such photographs. The name of the entrants shall not be used in graphical works such as collages made using these photos.