Denis Roussel Annual Fellowship

Denis Roussel Annual Fellowship

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Submit Through CaFE’ Here

Denis Roussel, 41, was a talented and dedicated photographer who was beloved by his family, friends, and the photography community. Denis was lost to bile duct cancer on July 12, 2017.

This annual award honors Roussel’s memory and legacy. Denis inspired many to take risks in their work, step outside the boundaries of traditional images, and realize the magic of photography.

This fellowship by Center for Fine Art Photography is tailored to help the selected artist reach the next level in their artistic path. A group of mentors and various resources will be available to help the recipient set clear goals as they proceed. In addition, a stipend of $1,500 is awarded for achieving these goals.

C4FAP encourage artists from historically marginalized groups to submit. There is no cost to enter. The DRF is open to all photo-based artists at least 18 years old in the USA.

Email, coordinator@c4fap.org with any questions.

Learn more and see past winners of the fellowship here.

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate images of older, more worn items with newer ones into my work, all for the purpose of creating one fluid, mystical image of beauty.
Wendy Raskas Greenberg
Wendy Raskas Greenberg

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the…

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate…

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate images of older,…

Jazmyn Crosby
Jazmyn Crosby
Mallary Johnson
Mallary Johnson
What’s interesting for me is a spectrum of abstraction and realism that evokes both stillness and vitality.
Bettina Clowney
Bettina Clowney

What’s interesting for me is a spectrum of abstraction and realism that evokes both stillness and vitality. …

What’s interesting for me is a spectrum of abstraction and realism that evokes both stillness and vitality. …

What’s interesting for me is a spectrum of abstraction and realism that evokes both stillness and vitality. …

Emily Selvin
Emily Selvin
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