Photoville x PhotoWings Educator Exhibition Grant
Building on 6 years of collaboration with educators to develop lesson plans inspired by photography projects, the Photoville x PhotoWings Educator Exhibition Grant is an opportunity for educators in the Photoville community to receive resources and support to implement a photo-based lesson from the Photoville Educator Resource library in their classroom and produce a culminating exhibition of student work.
Six educators were selected to receive a $500 cash grant and an exhibition of their students work – designed and produced by Photoville – at the Photoville Festival 2023.
Thank you to everyone who submitted a 2023 application! The 2024 application process will kick off in January 2024.
This grant is open to all middle and high school educators who have participated in a Photoville Education program in the past. Please note that New York City based schools will be given priority in the selection process.
The deadline to submit a proposal for the 2023 Grant cycle was March 6, 2023. Stay tuned for the 2024 application in January.
The Photoville x Photowings Educator Exhibition Grant is produced with support from PhotoWings.
The 2023 – 2024 Educator Grantees
The 2021 – 2022 Educator Grantees
The 2019 – 2020 Educator Grantees
East Side Community High School (Lower East Side)
Inspired by the lesson plan Living City (NYC Municipal Archives), Leigh’s 11th-grade Digital Photography class will create a new archive of the Lower East Side exploring topics such as storefronts/commerce, fashion, climate change, outsider/insider and more. They will examine historical photos and create new artwork and writing about their community, resulting in a series of accordion books and a public exhibition outside their school.
Art Start/Nelson Avenue Residence (The Bronx)
Mariam Aryai Rivera
Inspired by the UPI lesson plans Who We Are (Griselda San Martin), Developing Self (Idris Solomon) and Hiding in Plain Sight (Brooke DiDonato), Mariam’s middle school program, co-located in a family shelter, will practice self + community love and identity, while learning the importance of consent and empowered creative decision making.