Louisville, KY—ChromaLuxe, a leading brand of print media, is introducing a new scholarship through the Lucie Foundation. The scholarship will support fine art photographers. The ChromaLuxe X Lucie Foundation Fine Art Scholarship is open to both emerging and established photographers worldwide.
The recipient of the newly introduced scholarship will have three select images printed and mounted on ChromaLuxe aluminum. They will also be included in the 10th Anniversary Edition, MOPLA Group Show.
The submission deadline for the scholarship is January 20, 2018 at 12 a.m. PST. The shortlist will be announced on February 5, 2018. Moreover, recipients of the scholarship will be named on February 20, 2018.
There is a $20 per submission fee, and there is no limit to the number of submissions per person. Additional requirements follow.
1. Project Proposal
The proposal should include the following:
• The project start and end dates
• A 250-word description of the project
• A plan for completing the project (i.e., how the candidate intends to approach the project and how he/she intends to use the scholarship money
• Five goals the candidate plans to accomplish while working on the project (e.g., producing 20 new images, making five prints, etc.).
A one-page biography and/or CV must also be submitted.
3. Twenty Digital Images
The candidate must upload 20 digital images from the existing project that he/she is proposing to continue. However, the proposed project is not yet started, they may upload 20 digital images from a previous fine art project.Moreover, the photographer must be the sole author and owner of the copyright of photos entered into the competition. Copyright as well as all other rights remain that of the photographer. Any photograph used by the Lucie Foundation shall carry the photographer’s credit line.
Furthermore, ChromaLuxe and the Lucie Foundation announced the jurors for the scholarship competition. They are: Eve Schillo, curatorial assistant, Wallis Annenberg Photography Department, LACMA; Paul Martineau, associate curator, Department of Photographs, J. Paul Getty Museum; and Federica Chiocchetti, founder and director, The Photocaptionist. luciefoundation.org