The Greater China Grant
Encouraging Photography In The Greater China Region
There are three sections to the application. Information about you, information about your proposed or ongoing project, a selection of images showing your previous work or work from an on-going project.
Do not leave your submission to the final few days of the submission period. By doing so you may risk disqualification due to any technical issue with your submission.
Your name, state or province, and country will be visible publicly, as will your application itself along with your uploaded images. You are required to provide a scan or photograph of one piece of government issued identification containing photo ID, but this, your email address and phone number will not be publicly displayed.
Please be aware that once any page of the application is completed it cannot be edited online by you or us. We therefore suggest that you write your submission off-line and then cut and paste it into the application form. If you submit an application and then decide to revise it you may do so if it has not already been accepted or rejected. Resubmit it and your first application will be deleted.
- Applications must have all of the following:
- Valid Government-issued ID with photo (JPEG)
- 6 to 12 sample images taken by you
(JPEG, sRGB, 800 pixels maximum on any side. Use letters and numbers only in the file names)
- description of the goals of the intended project
- explanation of how the funds will be used
If the application lacks any of the above items, it will be rejected
You May Apply for only one Grant in any Six Month Period.
Duplicate Applications for Multiple Grants will be Rejected.
By submitting an application you are confirming that you are not related to, married to, employed by or otherwise have any familial or commercial relationship with any of the Endowment's judges, board members, executive, or any donor company. Furthermore, you agree that you have read and understood our Terms and Conditions, and agree to be bound by them.