The Royal Anthropological Institute is launching its third international photography contest. The competition is called The Body Canvas. The theme is body art and modification. The competition is looking for engaging photographs that explore biological, cross-cultural and social elements of body art and modification in relation to these categories:
1) Tattoos and Scarification
2) Piercings and Body Reshaping
Photographs can include aspects related to body modification such as media and advertising, rituals, material objects, technological advancements and forensics.
Contest Prize & TERMS
ELIGIBILITY: Open to All / 18+ Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: All images submitted for consideration to the RAI’s Body Canvas Photo Competition remain the sole property of the photographer. Submissions that infringe copyright agreements, are unethical or disrespectful of anyone will disqualify the photographer from the contest.
USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting to the contest the entrants agree that the RAI has the right to use and display their work for the RAI’s online and printed materials or for further use (as the RAI deems appropriate) without requiring additional compensation. The RAI will cite entrants as copyright holders of their work in its own publications, but takes no responsibility for any third party usage of photographs.