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The Arts-Muse Fair is BACK!

Dearest Creative, We are BACK! Have you missed us? Because we have! But hey, we're excited to announce that we're back and ready to dive into business! And we can't wait to receive your exciting creations. While away, we've been exploring new ideas, connecting with inspiring individuals, and delving deep into the ever-evolving world of creativity. We can't wait to bring you along on this journey!!  What can you expect from us in the coming months?  Well, think of us as your art curators; we will be bringing you unique stories, poems, book reviews, and beautiful sights from the art of photography!  We will also share the latest updates from the art and literary world; we will cover festivals, travels, events, and everything arts and Culture. But hey, this isn't just about us—it's about you too! We want to hear your thoughts, questions, and ideas.  Feel free to contact us via comments, email, or our social media handles.  You can also send in your works for pu

Call for Entries | 2019 Sony World Photography Awards

Photo credit: Aminu S Muhammad, 2018 The World Photography Organization  invite all photographers to enter the  2019 Sony World Photography Awards . Celebrating the finest contemporary photography from the past year, the Awards are FREE to enter and offer amazing prizes, vast exposure, visibility, and opportunities to photographers worldwide.    CHOOSE BETWEEN FOUR COMPETITIONS ·          Professional   - outstanding bodies of work between 5-10 images across ten categories ·          Open  -   rewarding the world’s best single images across ten categories ·          Youth   -   a single brief for emerging talent aged 12-19 ·          Student   - for photography students across the globe BRAND NEW CATEGORIES   The 2019 Awards sees the introduction of two challenging new categories in the Professional competition:  Brief  and  Documentary .  Brief  asks photographers to compose a body of work on a specific theme. The inaugural theme for this year is "Identit

Call for Entries | Olympus Global Open Photo Contest 2017/18 for amateur & professional photographers.

Acceptance of entries for 2018 Olympus Global Open Photo Contest has commenced. The competition is open to every amateur and professional photographer from any country or region around the world. For the past 100 years of existence, Olympus has been recognized as a pioneer and innovator that has focused on contributing to society by making people’s lives healthier, safer and more fulfilling. Rules of Registration: Anyone who registers to enter can participate. Interested entrants should go to Enter or My Page to register. Those who entered past Olympus Global Open Photo Contests must register again. Categories: Olympus Global Open Photo Contest 2018 will feature the following six categories: Getting Outside Here an entrant can enter a photo that conveys the joy, freedom, or excitement of discovery he or she  feels when he or she is outside. Art An entrant can enter a creative photo that showcases his or her unique artistic visions. Power

Call for Submissions | 2018 Nikon Small World Photomicrography & Video Competition

Photomicrography Competition is open to anyone with an interest in microscopy and photography. The video competition, entitled Small World in Motion encompasses any movie or digital time-lapse photography taken through the microscope. Nikon’s Small World is regarded as the leading forum for showcasing the beauty and complexity of life as seen through the light microscope. Eligibility and Rules: The Nikon Small World Competition is open to anyone with an interest in photography through the microscope. Truly international in scope, entries have been received from the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Winners have included both professionals and hobbyists. Anyone above the age of 18 years is eligible, with the exception of employees of Nikon, their families, the contest judges, and individuals engaged in the manufacture or sale of microscopes, related accessories or photographic equipment. F

2nd Annual Magnum Photography Awards Announced

41 outstanding photographers from across the world have been selected as recipients of the 2nd annual Magnum Photography Awards 2017. The award aims to recognize some of the most accomplished and talented photographers working today. All the 41 photographers’ work will be shown at a digital exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in London later this year. In addition, the 12 final winners will receive $27,000 in cash awards as well as vouchers to participate in a Magnum photographer’s workshop somewhere in the world. The photographers worked on varied subjects and projects that include photojournalism, documentary, portraits, street photography, nature and humanity. The selection jury consisted of Magnum photographers, world-renowned curators, and experts from organizations like National Geographic and Aperture Click here to see details of the photographers and their projects.  

Photo Fair: Young Mubarak Reigns!

While some people may argue with the naturality of these photos, t his 16 year old photographer is doing what he terms PHO(NE)TOGRAPHY, which to him is capturing life in its true form through the lens of his phone.   He's got a collection which he hopes to publish into an album.   We present to the public some of Mubarak's works so we could all see life from the probing eyes of the lad. Although the young pho(ne)tographer is already having his photos watermarked with " Mubys Reign ", we are keen to see where his reign will take us. Come and see! Lonely life Not too young to lead Ruination Stagnation Innocence Citizen   Mubarak Muhammad was born on the 11th of August 1999. He had his Primary education in Sokoto and his Secondary school education at Decs New College Minna. Upon completion of his secondary education, he joined the Arts Centre of the Hilltop Creative Arts Foundation after being convinced b