Artists Wanted Photo District News (PDN) Present the One Life Photography Project

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International Photo Competition to Award Winner a Trip Around the World NEW YORK CITY -- Artists Wanted is pleased to announce a collaboration with Photo District News (PDN) to present the One Life Photography Project, a time capsule of images illustrating the lives, loves and passions of the global community. The first of an annual series, the One Life Photography Project is a yearly archive that collects images from photographers all around the world to show that, despite the vastness of our different cultures, ideas and identities, we all speak with one inspired voice through photography. Images in the annual archive will be published and submitted to the Library of Congress to be saved in perpetuity. All entrants will also receive an online portfolio as part of the digital archive, viewable anywhere. To top off this great mission, Artists Wanted and PDN are awarding the Grand Prize winner with a choice between $25,000 and a Travel Adventure of a Lifetime - the winner and his/her traveling companion will get to visit cities across 6 continents! Clearly, the folks at Artists Wanted are continuing to offer their grand-slam prize packages - their last competition, Exposure, awarded $10,000 cash and a rent-free, one year stay in a $1.2 million NYC apartment. Joining them in selecting the winner are judges Jodi Peckman, Creative Director of Rolling Stone Magazine, Amy Kellner, Arts Editor of Vice Magazine, Conor Risch, Features Editor of Photo District News (PDN), Stephen Walker, Photo Director of Nylon Magazine, and James Morris, Photo Director of Lucky Magazine. General submissions will be accepted through October 29, 2010. More details at: