Getty offers $40,000 global photography grant for fair representation of disabilities

Janice K. Johnson


Getty images has announced a global Creative Grant programme worth $40,000 for photographers and videographers to support and encourage a greater authentic representation of disability communities. Entrants must apply before 30 June 2022.

In collaboration with Verizon Media, Getty launches this grant in the hopes of it elevating content creators to share and capture much-needed representation and visual stories that emphasise the “community” aspect of disability groups. 



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