Call for photography applicants : The Bradford Fellowship in Photography, UK

Deadline : September 3, 2012

The University of Bradford and Bradford College is seeking to appoint a photographer, or artist working with photography as the 2012-13 Bradford Fellow in Photography.

A mid-career photographer with experience of teaching, publishing and producing work for exhibition is wanted for this position. The successful candidate would deliver an agreed number of lectures to the students at both Bradford College and University of Bradford. They would also work with Museum staff to produce a gallery exhibition and associated events around the new or ongoing work to show in late autumn 2013. The exhibition will be part of the Ways of Looking photography festival in Bradford.


Applicants should be photographers, or artists working with photography, established in their field with a history of exhibitions, publications, commercial and/or significant editorial work.

Applicants should have a track record of teaching at FE/HE levels and be fully committed to delivering the teaching aspect of the Fellowship in Bradford.


£10,000 excluding travel and accommodation for their various commitments to the programme. An additional Fellowship budget will cover exhibition production and delivery costs within agreed limits. The National Media Museum will provide curatorial and technical assistance with all aspects of the Fellowship programme.

Information and application here.

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