The Jamaica National Foundation has launched its Resolution Project, which is a Photography Competition for Jamaicans here and abroad.
The foundation this year, notes that all entries must be inspired by the current pandemic, COVID-19, as persons tell their story of the virus through their camera lens.
According to General Manager Onyka Barrett Scott, the competition will not only serve as a conduit for the expression of one’s artistic talents but is another way to contribute to the preservation of collective memory of this moment in our history, for the benefit of future Jamaicans at home and in the Diaspora.
The submission under the Resolution Project must be within the themes: masked, health and fashion, changing traditions, “tan a yuh Yaad”, essential workers, the hassle, and acts of kindness.
Cash Prizes of J$100,000; J$70,000 and J$50,000 will be given to the top 3 images submitted.
All submissions must be made no later than July 31, 2020.