2016 Global Photo Competition

In a world saturated with media, the power of a single, compelling image can cut through the clutter. This competition seeks to highlight creative and inspiring visuals that illustrate the following statement:

 

“Leaders standing up for freedom and democracy exist in communities throughout the world.”

 

The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) invites non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to submit an original photograph to the contest. Contestants should submit a photograph that demonstrates democratic leadership or (or individuals advocating for democratic values and reform), along with a caption that explains the impact this individual or organization has played in expanding freedom and democracy in their communities.

This competition, aimed at celebrating democratic leaders, is open to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) anywhere in the world. Submissions, limited to one photo per organization, will be accepted until October 30, 2016.

Competition finalists will be chosen by a panel of judges from the democracy/civil society/international development community. Three competition winners will be announced by November 2016.

Who can enter

The competition is open to NGOs of all types, including student, professional, and informal organizations. Special consideration will be given to submissions highlighting individuals residing in non-OECD countries. Entrants are responsible for obtaining consent from the subject featured in the photograph according to applicable local laws.

Winners

Winners will be featured on the CIPE blog and promoted through CIPE social media accounts. All photos entered in the competition may be used in future CIPE publications or to promote CIPE’s work, with proper attribution given to the photographer.

Other Information

By participating in this competition, entrants agree to fully indemnify and hold harmless CIPE for any action or result that may arise from form their role in organizing this competition. By participating in this competition entrants allow CIPE the right to publish contest submissions online, in print, or in other media, and to allow other organizations with similar missions to publish works submitted to the contest. CIPE will provide proper credit to the authors of these works. This use includes, but is not limited to www.cipe.org website, the CIPE Development Blog, CIPE’s social media tools, and other publications and resources that in the opinion of CIPE would promote its stated goals and mission.

 

Find out more: http://www.cipe.org/photo

Bogliasco Fellowship Programme 2017-2018

The new deadlines for the Bogliasco Fellowship Programme 2017-2018 are the following:

– First deadline is 15 January 2017 for residencies during the fall semester
– Second deadline is 15 April 2017, for the spring semester.

 

The  recipients of our Spring 2017 Fellowships have ben announnced: 26 artists and scholars representing 13 countries and 8 disciplines. Among them are the first joint Fellow in our new partnership with Baryshnikov Arts Center, American playwright Cori Thomas, and this year’s Aaron Copland Bogliasco Fellow, American composer Saad Haddad.

 

New Exhibit at the Study Center Gallery

Our Study Center Gallery features rotating exhibitions of work that our Fellows developed while in residence. This month, filmmaker Laura Colella shares images from her new narrative short THE FLYING ELECTRIC, which she worked on during her Fall 2015 residency.

New Partnership with Baryshnikov Arts Center

The Bogliasco Foundation and Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) are pleased to announce a new joint residency that will offer Dance, Music, and Theater Fellows the opportunity to bring work developed in Bogliasco to a wider audience and bigger space in New York City.

Click here for more information.