Getty Images, a global leader in visual communications, today announces a series of scholarships to support photojournalism and inclusive storytelling that shines a light on important issues of our time. The new Getty Images Editorial Fellowships will support both photojournalists and organizations that enable documentary photography, while the Inclusion Fellowships return for the second year to support emerging storytellers from under-represented communities.
These new scholarships are intended to support both photojournalists and organizations that support documentary photography. The Inclusion Scholarships return for the second year to support emerging storytellers from under-represented groups.
- Getty Images is offering two $ 15,000 scholarships to organizations that support documentary photography and its practitioners.
- Getty Images is offering three scholarships of $ 5,000 each to photographers and videographers who tell stories of community resilience in the aftermath of the pandemic.
- The Getty Images Inclusion Fellowships are open to emerging photographers from around the world with the aim of promoting greater diversity and inclusion within the photography and media industries. They include four grants of $ 10,000 each.
“At Getty Images, we believe in the power of editorial imagery to ask the right questions, point out issues and challenge attitudes in order to move the world for the good of society,” says Pancho Bernasconi, VP Global News at Getty Images. “With the new Editorial and Inclusion Awards, we are committed to supporting editorial storytellers at all levels and enabling the production of inclusive stories with social impact anywhere in the world.”
The scholarships are open to all non-profit organizations, of any size, anywhere in the world.