2018 2 15 Alghero Street Photography Awards

The Competition

 

Alghero Street Photography Awards

Officine di idee

ASPA AwardsASPA – Alghero Street Photography Awards is a photography festival organized and promoted by the cultural association “Officine di idee”, an organization aspiring to become a reference point for the street and authorial photography. The festival will be preceded by a photographic contest subdivided into four main categories: "Travel Photography", "Documentary Photography", "Street Photography" and "Street Portrait". To these four, two extra categories have been added: "Project and Personal Research” – free interpretation of the theme – and “Special Theme”, which must be developed entirely on Sardinian territory.

Who We Are - The non-profit cultural association “Officine di idee" was born in 2016 with the aim of promoting authorial photography and visual arts in general, besides organizing quality cultural events in the city of Alghero. Its first project is the "International Street and Authorial Photography Festival", organized on the basis of the international contest ASPA - Alghero Street Photography Awards - which will spread and promote works by professional authors and new talents in the scene. The association, through the contest and the festival, aims at building a global platform where photography can be promoted as a tool for reflection on the world and its dynamics.

Competition closes 15 February, 2018.

For complete information, please visit the ASPA – Alghero Street Photography Awards website.

Complies with the Bill of Rights

 

This competition meets all the standards set out in

the Bill of Rights For Artists

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