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Rambleta Pledges US$8,100 For Exhibition In Spain



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Journalists, photographers, designers and artists around the world who are interested in new technologies can be the lucky winner of US$8,100 scholarship on exhibiting their projects in Spain.

The scholarship is organized by Espai Rambleta, a center that helps artists to exhibit their work and it is supported by the Department of Culture of Valencia in Spain.

The scholarship seeks to give support to people who need space and financial aid to exhibit their work.

Participation can be individual or groups. The exhibition will be held from March to September 2014.

The topic is ‘Photojournalism’ and the deadline is December 1, 2013.

Click here for more information.


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