Billboard Art Competition Art Moves 2020 now is over!
Billboard Art Competition Art Moves 2020 has been recently opened for entries and like every year invites all artists interested in billboard art, especially the young ones, to prepare an artwork in response to this year’s competition theme ’An impending disaster or a chance to save yourself and the world?’
The Art Moves Festival is hosting its international Billboard Art Competition Art Moves 2020 with a purpose to propagate and popularize billboard art and to encourage artists to create art engaged in the reality.
The purpose of the competition is to propagate and popularize billboard artand to encourage artists to create art engaged in the reality.
Submitted artworks are supposed to be creative responses to this year’s competition theme: Epidemics – a global catastrophe, a punishment, or a chance to reinvent yourself and the world?
This competition slogan can be treated as a metaphor of all the processes taking place in the world today. The past few months have changed the entire world – societies and countries, families and individual people. The standard rules of reality have been suspended, and we have been hiding in our homes, isolated from others and transfixed with horror. Individuals and whole societies have been overwhelmed by fear, anxiety and trauma. These tough moments and experiences have left an imprint on us, but have they changed us for the better? Is it a permanent or just a temporary change, and will the world be what it used to be? Should we quickly forget about what happened – our experiences and emotions; or maybe on the contrary, should we remember it well, think about it and draw constructive conclusions? Is it a punishment or maybe a chance to reinvent ourselves and the world in a joint global effort? How to use these difficult experiences to build a better world? What can these tough events we have all experienced in different places around the world teach us? Which of these experiences can strengthen us and the culture we live in to better cope with similar challenges in the future? Submission requirements:
➜ The artists taking part in the competition are invited to prepare an artwork (maximum 3 pieces), technique is up to you.
➜ Incorporation of the Competition theme in the work is not required and will not have any impact on the evaluation of the work by the jury. If some other slogan or phrase is used in the work, it should be expressed in either Polish or English language.
➜ The format of the competition work should be 498cm x 243cm (196 inches x 95.7 inches) in a horizontal layout, 100 dpi, cmyk, tiff. In order to take part in the competition, the artist has to send a completed entry form and attach a preview of the submitted work in the following format: 30 cm x 14,6cm (11,8 inches x 5,7inches) in a horizontal layout, 72 dpi, jpg. Each .jpg file should be named with the artist’s first and last name. If more works are submitted, use numbers 1 to 3 in addition to the first and last name e.g.adam_smith_1, adam_smith_2, adam_smith_3.
➜ At this point of the competition, do NOT attach files of the complete (heavy) works. The Competition organizers will contact the selected artists after the announcement of the jury’s verdict in order to receive the final works to be printed off and displayed on the billboards.
The entries can be sent by electronic mail until 23 July 2020 to the following address: artmoves(at)tlen.pl
The best 10 artworks selected by an international jury panel will be printed and exhibited in the urban space of the city of Torun, Poland in September/October 2020.
There is no entry fees to partecipate!
Who can participate? ⇣
The invitation is addressed to all the interested people, artists and students.
The author of the winning entry will receive the Main Award in the amount of PLN 5.000 and that aprox. EUR 1.127.
The best 10 artworks selected by an international jury panel will be printed and exhibited in the urban space of the city of Torun, Poland in September / October 2020.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!