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MFONwomen  MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora. Founded by Laylah Amatullah Barrayn and Adama Delphine Fawundu. Published by Eye & I Inc.

Please join us at the opening of BLACK WOMEN: Power and Grace on Thursday (May 31st) from 6:30-8:30pm at the National Arts Club at 15 Gramercy Park South NY, NY in the Gregg Galleries. This exhibition will showcase twenty-three of KAMOINGE'S photographers! See you there! @kamoinge_images @adamadelphine @salimah1 @rfrederickphoto #photography #blackphotographer #blackphotographers #blackwoman #instagood

Don’t forget to apply and spread the word! #Repost @arraynow with @get_repost
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ARRAY is proud to partner with Getty Images to launch the first Getty Images ARRAY Grant, open to both filmmakers and photographers from around the world who are using their art forms to create diverse and inclusive visual stories. Applications will be accepted until Friday, June 8. We invite you to apply and share at wherewestand.gettyimages.com!

Four grants of $5,000 each, totaling $20,000, will be awarded to two commercial creative photographers and two editorial filmmakers who capture the visual narrative of underrepresented ethnic communities such as African American, Caribbean, South Asian, Arab, Indigenous or Latinx for example, and use their medium to progress visual representation. In addition to financial remuneration, recipients will also receive mentoring support and guidance from Getty Images and ARRAY. The winners will be selected based on their project submissions, focusing on the quality of their cinematography, photographic skills
and how their work is used to drive authenticity and inclusion. #grants #photography #filmmaking #deadline #artist #gettyimages #arraynow

Check out @mfonfoto in the latest issue of @click.magazine, on newsstands now! Such a #beautiful #magazine! 🙏🏾📷❤️

Check out MFON contributing photographer Diane Wah @dianewah in the group Exhibition Opening for Negritude; The intersection of the Black Diaspora. The opening reception is at Arts East New York
534 Livonia Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11207 from 6-9pm.

We are excited to announce the call for applications for the inaugural MFON Legacy Grant!
Our goal is to support emerging and mid-career women photographers of the African diaspora. With that in mind, we are offering a $1,000 grant to assist with the continuation and/or completion of an existing fine art or documentary project or the launch of a new idea. The recipient of the MFON legacy grant will also have their winning work included in the upcoming edition of MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora

The deadline is Thursday, May 31, 2018, 11:59pm PST.
For more information follow the link in our bio!

Sheila Tuner has joined the ancestors. Sheila was the founder of Sistagraphy, which was established 25 years ago as the first photo collective of Black women photographers. She was certainly an inspiration to us! Job well done, Rest In Peace, sister ❤️ @sistagraphy 🙏🏾

Check out MFON contributing photographer @khickmanphotography at @grandchampsbk tonight!!!

We are excited to share that MFON co-founders and editors @laylahb and @adamadelphine are two of the six judges for the ARRAY Grant which is a fantastic collaboration between Ava DuVernay’s Array Alliance and Getty Images. Spread the word and apply! @ava @gettyimagescreative @arraynow

Hey!!!! How cool is it to see the woman behind the design of MFON. Meet artistic director, Shannon Washington!
#Repost @shannboogie with @get_repost
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Really cool to be featured on @refinery29 and @r29unbothered this week as a part of #thefailureproject - tap the link in my bio for the full video. Thanks to everyone for their kind words about my honest thoughts. ❤️❤️

Installation in progress! We are so happy to have the one and only @joana_choumali in #Brooklyn! Her series, “Hââbré,” is included in our exhibition, “Where I Seek, I Find Myself,” which is an exploration of the notion of home. The show includes seven photographers who are featured in @mfonfoto: @ninarobinsonnyc, @fanta_layla, @johannerahaman, @manyatsamonyamane, @miorarajaonary and Hélène Amouzou! Join us at the opening, THURSDAY, April 12th at 6:30pm at @mocada_museum!

Thank you, @buzzfeednews! #Repost @buzzfeedphoto with @get_repost
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"It’s always been important to have an array of perspectives that express the human experience." — Laylah Amatullah Barrayn

@MFONfoto is an anthology of black female photographers, featuring more than 100 artists and their work. Follow the link in our bio to hear from one of Mfon's co-founders and see some of the incredible work featured in their debut issue. (📸: 1st - Angélica Dass)

This Thursday April 12th, join us for our first exhibition of 7 Photographers at The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts
Repost from @mocada_museum using @RepostRegramApp - We are gearing up for the opening of our next exhibition, “Where I Seek, I Find Myself,” on Thursday April 12th at 6:30pm. Featuring women photographers of the African diaspora, “Where I Seek, I Find Myself” is curated by Laylah Amatullah Barrayn Delphine Fawundu, and James E. Bartlett. Every day until the opening, we will spotlight an artist from the exhibition. Link in the bio for RSVP’s! (Above work by Nina Robinson)

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