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With your Access Membership, enter Portrait of Britain – and all of our awards – for just £1
We want to arm you with tools to help you come out of the Covid-19 crisis stronger: not only enhance your practice, but keep you inspired and entertained during the trying months ahead. Now more than ever, photography can lift our moods, brighten our spirits and boost our mental health.
That’s why you can enjoy all 1854 Access Membership benefits for the next three months for just £1. That’s 7+ years of British Journal of Photography digital archive, priority application to world-class commissions, plus free entry to all of our awards, with opportunities to get exhibited around the world, published in photobooks and noticed by industry leaders.
Get unparalleled exposure
In a year of unprecedented struggle, Portrait of Britain 2020 aims to champion the diversity, resilience and strength of modern Britains in the country’s largest public art exhibition. As an 1854 Access member, enter Portrait of Britain free today for your chance to:
- Get exhibited to millions on JCDecaux digital screens across the UK – along highstreets, at bus stops and in train stations – throughout September 2020
- Feature in the Portrait of Britain book, Vol 3, published by Hoxton Mini Press and distributed worldwide
- Feature in British Journal of Photography’s prestigious annual Portrait Issue
Ready to bounce back from this crisis?
Use the code TOGETHER during checkout.
You can use the discount on any digital membership option; if you choose quarterly Digital Access, you will get all the benefits for £1*.
*£1 offer applies to new Quarterly Digital Access subscriptions only. Annual Digital Access Memberships will be granted a one-time discount of £28.
Existing member? Click here to claim your financial relief.
PLEASE NOTE: We ask you to thoughtfully consider whether you are in a position to pay the full Access membership, and if you are, that you still do. We ask this so that we can provide more support to photographers in need, whilst continuing to pay our staff and deliver for our community.