Christa Blackwood, Carli Choi, Jasmine Clark, Cody Cobb, Stine Danielle, Maxence Dedry, Melanie Eclare, Dan Farnum, Ryan Gould, Anne-Sophie Guillet, Mark Griffiths, Seth Harwood, Mat Hay, Garrett Hansen, Laurence Hervieux-Gosselin, Jordanna Kalman, Thanos Kostikos, Marine Lanier, Matthieu Litt, Ricardo Nagaoka, Marc Newton, Kumi Oguro, Lydia Panas, Alexis Pazoumian, Jenny Riffle, Chris Round, Kamil Sleszynski, Ira Wagner, Nick Williams, Joseph Wright
Following a global 6-month call launched in December, 2015, the 30 FOTOFILMIC16 Traveling Exhibition Winners were announced at the end of July, 2016. The first FOTOFILMIC16 presentation opened in Los Angeles at dnj Gallery November 5 – December 3, 2016, also revealing the 5 top Awards recipients. A second instalment then took place in Vancouver at the Burrard Arts Foundation April 6 – May 13, 2017. Its third and last instalment took place at Monash Gallery of Art October 14 – November 26 in Melbourne, Australia. The jury included Todd Hido (Photographer), Barrie Mowatt (Vancouver Biennale President), Karen McQuaid (Photographer’s Gallery Curator), Heidi Romano (Photobook Melbourne Director) and Heather Snider (SF Camerawork Executive Director).
FOTOFILMIC16 Buschlen Mowatt Nichol Foundation Prize Winner: Jenny Riffle
Founded in 1994, the Buschlen Mowatt Nichol Foundation seeks to fund and promote activities and programs that are beneficial to the community. With a special interest in nurturing emerging talent in art – and music -related disciplines and practices, the Foundation helps to facilitate diverse arts and cultural endeavours, such as photographic exhibitions, music and film festivals, arts councils, and art- and music-therapy programs.