Deadline: April 30, 2022
- Links to existing portfolio of work online
- Applicants must apply using online application found here.
- The submission must include: a 200‑500 word summary of the project proposal and an explanation as to how the project will move the #ShowUs movement forward through commercial photography and videography
- A short biography detailing who you are and what you’ve done
- All the required fields indicated on the application found on the Submittable website
- The applications must be in English
- All submissions must be digital. Prints, books, slides or transparencies or other such materials will not be reviewed by judges nor returned to applicant.
- Two $5,000 prizes awarded
- The successful recipients will be invited to license their award‑winning content through GettyImages.com and iStock.com at a 100% royalty rate for imagery created within their proposed project (please see T&Cs for details). This is subject to you entering into a separate agreement with Getty Images allowing for the distribution of your content.
- Guidance and mentorship from one of Getty Images’ award‑winning Art Directors, as well as a feature on the Getty Images Creative Insights website, in addition to promotion on relevant Getty Images and iStock social channels. Please note, this additional support is not a requirement of the #ShowUs Grant and choosing to take advantage of this opportunity is at your discretion.
Applicants must apply using online application found. Grants will be awarded by an industry‑leading panel of creative leaders selected for their expertise and experience. Selection will be based on the judges’ determination of the applicant’s ability to execute the submitted project with a compelling commercial visual narrative based on either still images or video. The jury will consider the caliber of the portfolio, the project’s merit and the artist’s professional ability. The judges will also be assessing how the submitted projects authentically represent women and non‑binary individuals from across the globe and how the project will help to change the way media and advertising represent women and non‑binary people.