Beca Joana Biarnés, a scholarship for young photojournalists
The Beca Joana Biarnés, a scholarship for young photojournalists, arose in 2019 as a tribute to the first female photojournalist in the country. The Photographic Foundation organizes this annual scholarship to support the professional development of young photojournalists, of legal age and under 35 years old, who identify with the concerns, talent, principles and values of the best visual journalism and to promote that these authors, thanks to the support received, help to make visible themes and challenges that need to be disseminated and reflected upon in society, focusing on the national geography. An expert jury of recognized prestige will evaluate the proposals received and award 8,000 euros to the author or team selected to carry out their research. In addition, the author, author or authors will benefit from the advice of a tutor with extensive teaching and professional experience to develop their photojournalistic research for nine months and also from a training scholarship at EFTI – International Center of Photography and Cinema, valued at 3,700 euros. The final result of the scholarship project has a guarantee of diffusion through the support that is most appropriate to the project. Meet the winner of the III Edition, the winner of the II Edition and the winner of the I Edition of the Scholarship.
SUBMISSION RULES for the Beca Joana Biarnés.
Consult the finalist projects of the IV edition.
The winner was “Demotanasia”, by Adra Pallón.
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