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DUE TODAY: Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship

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Aimia AGO Photography Prize websitehttps://www.aimiaagophotographyprize.com/scholarship

2016 Applicationhttp://artmatters.ca/wp/aimia-ago-photography-prize-scholarship-form/

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$7000: AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship Program

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Congratulations Mara Gajic!

Mara Gajic, Small Talk, 2014,  39″x16″, Digital Inkjet Print

Mara Gajic, Small Talk, 2014, 39″x16″, Digital Inkjet Print

The OCAD U Photography Program  is pleased to announce that Mara Gajic has been selected as the OCAD U representative for the AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship Program.  Mara’s portfolio of work will be evaluated alongside the other 15 finalists by the Scholarship Program jury, consisting of two representatives from the Art Gallery of Ontario and a previous winner of the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize. The jury will select three winners, who will each receive $7000 CAD. Additionally, the home institutions of the winning students will each receive $1000 CAD honorariums.

Thank you to the AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize for this amazing opportunity!

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Bio: Mara Gajic is a third-year student at OCAD University pursuing a BFA in photography. Her work is driven by elements of performance and costume to explore open narratives of self-construct and personal psychology and the quiet space between imagination and reality. Often using herself to stage her images, she imposes new realities on both herself and the photographs through the embodiment of a performative role to communicate underlying personal states in the form of colourful visual narratives and to initiate an unspoken dialogue between the viewer and artist, which is mediated through the photograph.

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