International Poster Triennial In Toyama 2024

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International Poster Triennial In Toyama 2024

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International Poster Triennial In Toyama 2024: The International Poster Triennial in Toyama, 2024, a prestigious event organised by the Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design in Japan, recently opened for entries is dedicate for showcasing a diverse collection of posters from across the globe, providing a comprehensive overview of the contemporary trends and creative innovations in international poster design.

Short description

The International Poster Triennial in Toyama 2024 (IPT2024), is a prestigious event organized by the Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design in Japan. Engagement with the International Poster Triennial in Toyama is an opportunity for artists, designers, and enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the world of high-caliber poster art. The event’s presence in the picturesque city of Toyama, combined with its commitment to showcasing a broad spectrum of creative works, positions it as a must-attend event for anyone passionate about art and design.
By participating or attending, individuals gain insights into the dynamic world of poster design, witnessing firsthand the blend of tradition and innovation that defines contemporary visual arts.

This exhibition is renowned for showcasing a diverse collection of posters from across the globe, providing a comprehensive overview of the contemporary trends and creative innovations in international poster design. The event is not just a display of artistic talent, but also a platform for cultural exchange and the celebration of visual communication in the modern world.
This triennial event is distinguished by its three unique categories, each tailored to encourage a wide range of artistic expressions:

Category A - invites submissions of printed posters on any theme, offering artists the freedom to showcase their creative breadth.
Category B - focuses on printed posters themed around the concept of "THINK," requiring the inclusion of the word "Think" followed by a word of the artist’s choice, fostering thematic depth and conceptual clarity.
The U30+Student Category - open to young artists under 30 and students of any age, emphasizes digital poster art centered around the same "THINK" theme.

This category-wise segmentation ensures a rich variety of artistic interpretations and styles, making the event a significant contributor to the evolving landscape of graphic design and poster art.

All submissions must have been produced on or after March 1, 2021.

This exhibition of posters chosen from throughout the world is intended to provide a review of the current state of international poster design.

Exhibition will be held at Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design, Exhibition Rooms 2 from Mid-October – mid-December, 2024.

Submission requirements

Category A - a set of up to 3 posters may be submitted as a single work.
Category B - a single posters only may be submitted. Up to 2 submission is permitted. Multiple posters entered as a poster set or series will not be accepted.

For the Category A and Category B printed posters should be sent by post or courier to the museum. Please do not bring posters to the museum in person. Digital submissions are not accepted.

The U30+Student Category - a single posters only may be submitted. Up to 2 submission is permitted. Multiple posters entered as a poster set or series will not be accepted. Submissions should be sent as digital files via the online submission portal.

Poster size (for all categories): No smaller than 36.4 cm × 51.5 cm (14.3 inches × 20.3 inches), and no larger than 180cm × 120cm (70.9 inches × 47.3 inches).

Who may enter?

Category A and Category B are open to all applicants with no age restrictions or special require. For the U30+Student Category the applicant need to be age 30 or under (born in or after 1993). The applicant need to be currently enrolled as a student at an educational institution.

Prize

The Grand Prix winner receives 1,000,000 yen, two Gold Prize winners each receive 500,000 yen, three Silver Prize winners are awarded 300,000 yen each, and eight Bronze Prize winners get 100,000 yen each.

Additionally, in the U30+Student Category, there’s a Gold Prize of 200,000 yen for one winner and three Silver Prizes, each of 50,000 yen.

These prizes not only offer significant monetary rewards but also recognize and celebrate the creative excellence of participants in the field of poster design.

Entry fees

There is no entry fee to participate!

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