Call Type : Photography (National)
THEME: “One person caring for another represents life’s greatest value.” —JIM ROHN
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) invites photographers and visual artists to share their stories of older adults with their family and caregivers who look after aging loved ones.
Eligibility: U.S.A based professional and amateur photographers/visual artists (National Call)
We provide a platform for artistic expression to foster a dialogue and drive innovation in the photographic arts to encourage everyone to care for those who once cared for us, as we believe caregiving for older adults is one of the highest honors.
One – First Prize: $1000
One – Second Prize: $500
Four – Awards of Merit: $250 each
Ten – Honorable Mentions $100 each
Special benefit for the winners of the First Prize, Second Prize, and Merit Awards: NCOA will provide a one-year free promotion and support for artists to build a new professional portfolio website using the FolioLink website service for artists and photographers. If you already have a FolioLink website account, this benefit will allow you to have a second website free of charge for two years.
Total Media: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 10
How To Enter
1) Entrants must use the SubmitArts online entry system. If you already have an account, please click on APPLY at the bottom of this announcement
2) If you do not have a SubmitArts account use this link to register with SubmitArts for the NCOA 2022 Photography Award Contest: https://service.submitarts.com/register/E/259
3) Submission CODE: JDY35WA
4) Submit files that are at least 960 pixels and up to 4600 pixels (long dimension). Up to 5MB
5) Please name the file with: Artist’s last-name-first-name_Image-title ; “Untitled” is not allowed
Deadlines & Information
Applicant submission deadline: May 16, 2022 (midnight, MDT)
Announcement of award winners: May 30, 2022
Opening of NCOA online gallery: June 6, 2022
Awards mailed to winners: June 12, 2022
Age + Action Committee
Please avoid the use of a mobile device when submitting your work