Passion to Perform 2021 now is over!
Passion to Perform 2021: Passion To Perform, an international art competition dedicate to any person practicing art, has been recently opened for entries aimed to recognize and reward outstanding emerging art talent.
Passion To Perform is an international art contest that aims to recognize and reward outstanding emerging art talent.
Passion To Perform celebrates the interconnection between performance and passion, and aims to award winning entrants with meaningful compensation that can positively impact each artist's practice and encourage them to pursue their passion.
Through each edition of the contest, organizer builds a collection that reflects our ideals of excellence in performance and expressing passion in what we do.
Established in 2012, Passion to Perform is a competition with a mandate to foster the important contributions art makes to vibrant communities.
The objective, since the beginning, has been to support and encourage emerging artists from around the world and develop a world class collection of work representing these artists. For this year's contest, artists were welcome to submit paintings, drawings, mixed media, sculptures and photography as entries to Passion to Perform.
Each artist can submit up to 2 entries. The panel of judges will initially review entries made through the online system. Following this, approximately 35 artists will be short listed. Only works that are short listed from the initial digital submission will be reviewed for final judging.
➜ Works entered must be an original composition created by the entrant. There is no maximum size or specific dimensions for the work.
➜ Entrants should submit digital images of the artwork with a resolution of 300 DPI or higher.
➜ The value for the artworks can only be up to USD $1,500 in order to accommodate the possible acquisition of the artwork by Yamana Gold.
The Winners will be announced March 16th 2022
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
The competition is open to any person practicing art.
➜ 1st prize: 7,000 USD
➜ 2nd prize: 3,500 USD
➜ 3rd prize: 1,500 USD
In addition, a fund has been established to acquire additional artworks from the shortlist of finalists, which will then become part of the permanent collection.