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2016 Scholarship Winners Announced

A young Daasanach fisherman guts and cleans a fish on the Eastern shore of Lake Turkana near the boarder of Ethiopia and Kenya. The Daasanach are Kenya's second smallest tribe with between 60,000-80,000 members. They are traditionally nomadic, roaming between the two countries although with continued drought over the last 20 years about 30% have looked to the lake for food and income in fishing. © Christena Dowsett
A young Daasanach fisherman guts and cleans a fish on the Eastern shore of Lake Turkana near the boarder of Ethiopia and Kenya. The Daasanach are Kenya’s second smallest tribe with between 60,000-80,000 members. They are traditionally nomadic, roaming between the two countries although with continued drought over the last 20 years about 30% have looked to the lake for food and income in fishing. Photo © Christena Dowsett – 2016 Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to the 2016 FPW Scholarship Winners:

João Castellano, Brazil
Christena Dowsett, USA
Nariman El-Mofty, Egypt
Kiana Hayeri, Canada/Iran
Shiraaz Mohamed, South Africa
Younes Mohammad, Iraq
Kevin Ouma, Kenya
Ray Ochieng Olewe, Kenya
Jonathan Rashad, Egypt
Rahul Shah, India

We hope to see all of you in Cape Town in July!

Scholarship entries were judged by Foundry instructors Adriana Zehbrauskas and Kirsten Luce.

Scholarships Applications Open!

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Applications for the 2016 Foundry Workshop Scholarships are now open

Are you dying to go to Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Cape Town, South Africa this year but worried about being able to afford it? Foundry offers about 10 tuition-waiver scholarships that will reduce the entire fee of the workshop. If a student has paid the tuition fee and wins a scholarship, he/she will be refunded the tuition. You have until April 3, 2016 to apply.

Scholarships are not cash prizes. Scholarships do not pay for travel, lodging, meals, etc. The scholarship only discounts the tuition fee of the workshop.

In order to apply, please fill out the form at the following link: [gpp_button color=”green” url=”http://www.foundryphotoworkshop.org/scholarships/” title=”Scholarship Application” target=”_blank” size=”medium” display=”block”]Scholarship Application[/gpp_button]

Applications must include the following in one .ZIP file no larger than 6mb:

  • 20 images (photo essay, singles or mix of both)
  • Brief description of professional photography experience or photo education
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Foundry instructor Ron Haviv looks over a student's work in a classroom during the 2014 workshop in Antigua, Guatemala.
Foundry instructor Ron Haviv looks over a student’s work in a classroom during the 2014 workshop in Antigua, Guatemala.
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