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Unesco Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest | Photo Competitions

Unesco Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest

Status: Closed to entry Opening date: 11 April 2018 Closing date: 15 July 2018 Winners chosen by: Judging panel
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Unesco Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest

Competition summary:

The International Photo Contest ”Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads” is taking place from 11 April to 15 July 2018. The contest provides an opportunity for youth living or travelling along the Silk Roads in Asia to more fully grasp their collective cultural heritage.

The contest is divided into two age groups: 14-17 years old, and 18-25 years old. Participants are invited to submit their photographs, which will then be examined by selected jury members.

The contest will culminate with an awards ceremony, with three winners being selected from each category. First place winners will receive a professional camera. Second place winners will receive a semi-professional camera, and the prize for third place will be a standard-model digital camera. In addition, winners will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the ceremony.

Category details:

The themes of this contest are: Culture, Monuments, Landscape and People.

Entry requirements:

The contest is open to everyone between 14 and 25 years old, regardless of his or her country of residence. The photographs must represent the theme "Reveal the Silk Roads" through culture, monuments, landscape, and people.

The Silk Roads originates in East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. It then passes through the Central Asian sub-continent, the Russian steppe, the Iranian and Anatolian plateaus, and the Arabian Peninsula. It also stretches through North Africa and Northeast Africa, from Tanzania to Morocco. Moreover, it goes through Eastern and Southern Europe, before reaching France and Spain.

Entry fee:

This contest is free to enter.

Prize details:

First place winners will receive a professional camera. Second place winners will receive a semi-professional camera, and the prize for third place will be a standard-model digital camera. In addition, winners will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the ceremony.

Terms and Conditions

Please visit the contest website for full Terms and Conditions.

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