Ghana Commission for UNESCO is thrilled to introduce its new and exciting 2021 ICM International Martial Arts Photo Contest. This competition is ideal for those who are interested in both martial art and photography. Regardless of nationality and age, Ghana Commission for UNESCO will accept applications for this contest from interested individuals. This year’s theme of this competition is “The value and philosophy of martial arts in our everyday lives”. It is truly an amazing opportunity for budding photographers to come forward and showcase their talent while having fun and gaining recognization. So if you have been in search of an opportunity that helps you refine your photography skills and exhibit your love for martial art, then there is no program better than this one.
Martial art is one of the traditional forms of fighting that is used for self-defense. The roots of this art can be traced to Japan and China. Embracing the practice of martial art in your daily life can benefit you in many ways such as it makes our body and mind healthy and changes our life positively, it teaches us courage, wisdom, patient, and perseverance. This organization understands the value of practicing martial art and knows how essential it is in today’s time. That is why it has organized this contest that reflects on the true value and profound philosophy of martial arts that will always be with us. This competition seems the right step for those young photographers who have not made any move in their career yet and are finding an opportunity. If you are one of them, then send your application today!
Ghana Commission for UNESCO was begun as the committee for UNESCO affairs in 1957 when Ghana became an associate member of UNESCO. When the country got full membership of UNESCO, Ghana Commission for UNESCO also received approval for working under the title of Ghana Commission for UNESCO from the Cabinet. Ghana Commission for UNESCO works under the ministry and is responsible for education.
Following is the brief description of the following scholarship:
|Organization||Ghana Commission for UNESCO|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Contest Deadline||October 8, 2021|
Who is Eligible?
Anyone interested in martial arts and photography regardless of age and country can apply. The contest is open to both Koreans and foreign nationals.
How to Apply?
To send your entry for this program successfully, you will have to follow these steps given below:
- Upload your photo with the entry form at the ‘Apply’ Page
- JPEG(or JPG) Format / Maximum 3 photographs per person
- Long side should be 3,000 Pixel or above
- All kinds of digital cameras allowed including DSLR (Film type of photo will not be accepted)
- Make sure that you may be asked to submit more than 10MB size of the original copy of your work
- No limitations to the shooting dates and times of the photo
- Name of work, description, location and the timing of the shoot must be written
Winners may receive funding support. Along with this, they will get the experience of participating in such prestigious contests, refine their skills and develop their talent. Overall this contest is once in a lifetime opportunity that will give your career a push and prove a great stepping stone.
Applications are open until October 8, 2021. Please send your entry as soon as possible.