Thanks to the ongoing success of our partnership with renowned photography agency Magnum Photos, we’re offering photographers in the IdeasTap community another career-changing opportunity.
We’ve got 10 heavily subsidised places to give away on Magnum’s next two-day Professional Practice seminar at the National Media Museum, Bradford, on 28 and 29 July. This opportunity is available to IdeasTap members between the ages of 16 and 25.
With an emphasis on providing practical and vocational guidance to emerging photographers, this is an unmissable opportunity to gain tailor-made, impartial advice from specialists at the top of their profession.
Confirmed speakers for the Bradford seminar include:
- Mark Power – Magnum Photographer
- Jonathan Bell - Editorial & Publishing Representative – Magnum Photos
- Greg Hobson – Curator of Photographs – National Media Museum
- Emily Graham – Picture Editor – WaterAid
- Dewi Lewis – Dewi Lewis Publishing
- Rebecca McClelland – Photography Editor – New Statesman
- Fiona Rogers – Cultural & Education Manager, Magnum Photos
- John Wyatt-Clarke – Photography Agent – Wyatt Clarke Jones
To find out more about the speakers, click here.
These seminars are always massively oversubscribed and photographers usually pay £200+VAT to attend. Not only will 10 IdeasTap members jump the queue, they’ll also pay just £50+VAT.
To apply you’ll need to upload five photos to your IdeasTap portfolio and explain, in 100 words or less, how your career would benefit from this opportunity.
If you are ineligible for a bursary, you can apply for a full price place on the seminar.
You can find all of our latest photographic opportunities, jobs, editorial and more at ideastap.com/photography.
This brief closes on Thursday 19 July at 5pm and is open to IdeasTap members aged 16 to 25 who based in the UK. Late entries will not be accepted under any circumstances, including technical issues – so make sure you don’t leave your application to the last minute. If you have technical issues, visit the help centre.
Image: SHEFFIELD 1985 by Mark Power.