International Photography
Master Course

Conceived as a research and experimentation laboratory, Dinamo gives its participants the opportunity to address the creative and professional challenges that derive from their photographic projects. As part of the program, they will materialize their work into a photobook dummy, they will design their websites, an exhibition, and learn how to best communicate what they do.

The work sessions will take place every two months (7 to 10 days each) so photographers will be able to develop their projects anywhere they need to. The group lessons will be complemented by individual tutorship. Our last encounter will take place at Unseen Amsterdam, where the work of the students will be showcased in a stand at the Book Market, and they will have the opportunity to meet relevant figures from the field. 

Dinamo is targeted at authors with experience in the production of photographic projects, people with a critical mind and the will to innovate photography. Each aspiring participant must submit one fully completed project and another one that will be developed during the Master Course.

Tutors:
Federico Clavarino and Fosi Vegue

Dinamo teaching staff:
Michele Tagliaferri, Miren Pastor, José Otero, Iván del Rey de La Torre, Sonia Berger, Víctor Garrido, Gonzalo Golpe, Alberto Salván, Nicolás Reyners, Nicolás Combarro and Aritz González

Special sessions with:
Daniel Blaufuks, Cristina de Middel, Horacio Fernández, Emilia van Lynden, Daria Tuminas, Alejandro Marote, Antonio Julio Duarte, Tiago Casanova, Pedro Guimarães...

Meetings with Blank Paper School alumni

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Work session º1

TURBINE

Analysis of projects

MADRID
Dinamo Visual Lab

Work session º2

MOTION

Experimentation and exploration

MADRID
Dinamo Visual Lab

Work session º3

VOLTAGE

Result assessment

LISBON
A Ilha

Work session º4

POWER

Work on structure

MADRID
Dinamo Visual Lab

Work session º5

SPARK

Production of photobook dummies
Website and exhibition design

MADRID
Dinamo Visual Lab

Work session º6

UNSEEN
CONNECTION

Networking opportunities

AMSTERDAM
Unseen

Scholarship now open*

What does the Scholarship include?
Free enrolment to participate in the Dinamo Photography Master Course program and an Art Residency with the support of Espositivo 7B Art Residency. The residency consists of a centrally located individual room and a workspace in Madrid during the work sessions 4 and 5, that will be shared with other visual artists. *

What are we looking for?
Dinamo is targeted at authors with experience in the production of photographic projects, people with a critical mind and the will to innovate photography. Each aspiring participant must submit two projects, one that has already been completed, and another one that will be developed during the Master Course.

Calendar
- Scholarship launch November 22, 2017
- Deadline March 5, 2018

- Announcement of finalists: March 8
- Interviews with finalists: March 12 (Skype interview)
- Final decision: March 14

The Master will run from October 17, 2018 to September 22, 2019.

Jury
The Jury will consist of Dinamo teachers staff and Espositivo staff.

Presentation
Documents must be presented by completing the Registration Form following three simple steps:

1. Fill in the personal information required
2. Include the pdf download link using Wetransfer**
3. Submit the form

Materials will be presented in one PDF file no larger than 10MB, and it shall be named in the following way: surname_name.pdf, and info must be arranged in this order:

1. Bio and career, a maximum of 600 characters, including spaces.
2. Statement, a maximum of 600 characters, including spaces
3. Completed project. Summary of the project, a maximum of 1000 characters, including spaces, and a series of no more than 20 images of it.
4. The project that will be developed in the program. Summary of the project, a maximum of 1000 characters, including spaces, and a series of no more than 10 images of it.

Congratulations, your submission has been completed correctly.


Commitments with the awardee
An agreement between Dinamo Visual Lab and the scholarship holder will be signed after making the announcement public. This person agrees to respect the Photography Master Course program and the activities within it. Class attendance is mandatory. If the scholarship holder fails to comply with his/her responsibilities, the scholarship will be granted to next person in the list of finalists.  

By taking part in this scholarship selection process, participants acknowledge the items here discussed.

* Food and transportation are not included.
** WeTransfer is a free online service that requires no registration and is used to send files.
- Access: https://wetransfer.com/
- Choose the option “Send as link”
- Copy the download link and paste it in the box