Entries Invited – Moran Contemporary Photographic Competition 2019

As a major sponsor of the Moran Prizes, the Moran Health Care Group would like to extend an invitation to enter the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize. Entries for the Prize are now open and the Moran Arts Foundation is inviting photographers from across the country to enter the prestigious competition.

First Prize: $50,000
Total prize money: $100,000
Closing date for entries: Wednesday 6 March 2019

Photo by Matthew Abbott, Wrestlers Cooling Off

The Moran Arts Foundation invites photographers to portray life in Australia; places, people and lifestyle that make our lovable country quintessentially Australian. Entries should reflect the diversity, multiculturalism or unique nature of Australian life. It may be a landscape, portrait or action shot but above all else tell a story of how you experience living in Australia. (NB – entries for the MCPP do not need to be portraits). Entries close on Wednesday 6 March and the MCPP winner will
be revealed on Tuesday 7 May.

The Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize (MCPP) was established in 2007 by the Moran Arts Foundation and it awards and promotes Australian contemporary photography and excellence in all forms of still, photo based artwork -­ including analogue and digital photography or staged and directorial photo-­media work. As part of their commitment to the arts, The Moran Arts Foundation host free photography workshops in schools throughout the country each year. The MCPP, also includes categories for school students and entries for the Student Competition are also now open.

Entries for the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize close at midnight on Wednesday 6 March and the winner will be announced on Tuesday 7 May at Juniper Hall in Paddington. The Moran Contemporary Photographic Exhibition opens on 4 May and runs until 2 June 2019 as part of the Head On Photo Festival Sydney.

Entries can be submitted online here


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