Google 2022 Image Equity Fellowship for Early-Career Image-based Creators

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Google 2022 Image Equity Fellowship for Early-Career Image-based Creators

  • Post Date:July 13, 2022
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  • Gender Both
    Industry Computer and Technology
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Job Description

Google’s first-ever Image Equity Fellowship is a 6-month, application-based Fellowship awarded to 20 early-career image-based creators of color in the US. Selected Fellows will receive $20,000 in unrestricted funds to create an image-based project that explores and uplifts community(ies) of color with care and nuance. Fellows will receive support from Google and three industry-celebrated nonprofit partners—Aperture, For Freedoms & FREE THE WORK—in the form of dedicated mentorship, workshops, funding and publication of and press for their completed projects.




Aim and Benefits of Google Image Equity Fellowship

  • In addition to the $20,000 unrestricted award, selected Fellows will receive direct support and curated guidance from industry-celebrated mentors and monthly workshop programming designed to empower these artists as creatives and business people.

Requirements for Google Image Equity Fellowship Qualification

The Image Equity Fellowship will consider any person who meets the following qualifications:

  • Fellow must self-identify as a person of color (e.g. Black, Middle Eastern, Indigenous, Asian, and/or Latinx)
  • Fellow must be at least 18 years old (at the time of application submission)
  • Fellow must have a valid United States address.
  • Fellow must be able to submit a W9 form
  • If selected, Fellows will need to provide a W9, a US address, and bank account information.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to Google on app.picter.com to apply

Applicants can submit from one body of work/project or multiple bodies of work/projects. They are looking for work that speaks to the creator’s commitment to storytelling and expression through photography. However, this body of work does not need to be complete; images can be from an ongoing project.

For more details,visit Google website