Grants & Open Calls
Open Call

f2 Foto Residency Opportunity

The FOTEA Foundation under the Uganda Press Photo Award is partnering up with F2 Foto Festival in Dortmund, Germany to award one promising Ugandan documentary photographer with the opportunity to undertake a 2-month paid residency in Dortmund, from May 1st to June 30th of 2021. The resident will work towards accomplishing a documentary project on the topic of Identity. This project will form part of the festival exhibition, which will take place from June 17th to June 27th 2021.
Accepting submissions: July 3 to August 1, 2020


Anne Ackermann
documentary photographer & photojournalist

Anne Ackermann is a documentary photographer based in Germany working worldwide. Her work often focuses on women’s and contemporary issues, touching themes ranging from migration and aftermath to skin bleaching and plastic surgery, from... read on

Anna Kućma
Independent Curator + Director & Founder
Uganda Press Photo Awards / UPPA

Anna Kućma is the director of the Uganda Press Photo Award, a photography platform and annual competition for East Africa. She also works as an independent curator. Born in Krakow, Poland, she holds master degrees in Cultural Policy and... read on

Peter Lutz
Photographer. Lecturer. Curator

Peter Lutz is a photographer, lecturer and curator. He is a member of the DGPh, the German Society for Photography. He is the artistic director of the f² Fotofestival in Dortmund.

Martha Kazungu
Writer and Curator from Uganda. Asserting my agency, articulating my position. I think of it as a revolution.

Martha Kazungu is a writer and curator from Uganda. Based in Germany, Martha has served as curator for numerous exhibitions, mostly recently My Mother is Forgetting my Face in  Norway. She was co-curator with Katrin Peters-Klaphake of Life... read on