The competition is open to artists anywhere in the world. There are no restrictions based on age, training or nationality. The winner will receive a £3,000 cash prize and a solo exhibition in London.
There are 3 themes: 1. Travel of My Dreams 2. Home Traveling 3. TravelersThe three winners will each receive the Grand Prize which is a 5 days photo expedition to Easter Island.
Manuscripts must be at least 48 pages but no more than 100 pages. The theme and style are both open. The winning book will be published. The author will receive a $2,000 honorarium.
All short films of any nationality and language can participate. There are four categories: Fiction, Animation, Documentary and Music Videos. All themes are allowed.
The competition is open to anyone over the age of 18. Poems are invited that deal with any aspect of nature and place. 1st prize: £1000
The theme for the 2017 ZEISS Photography Award is “Meaningful places”. Photographers have to submit a series of 5-10 images.
Work made in any water-based medium on a paper support is eligible: this includes gouache, acrylic paint, ink or watercolour. There are no limitations on style or subject matter.
This year's theme of the competition is ‘Woman and Agriculture’.• 1st prize: 2,000 € • 2nd prize: 1,000 € • 3rd prize: 500 €
Stories can be on any theme. The maximum length of submissions is 4,000 words. Prizes for 2017 are: 1st prize – £1000, 2nd prize – £700, 3rd prize – £400.
There are six categories: Portrait & Costume, Architecture, Living Custom, Production & Commerce, Festivities, Traditional Rites. SIx Grand Awards winners will receive $2,000.
Prizes (International Competition): • The Robert and Frances Flaherty Prize ¥2,000,000• The Mayor’s Prize ¥1,000,000• Two Awards of Excellence ¥300,000 each• Special Prize ¥300,00
The contest is open to all artists. Entries will be accepted from individuals, collaborative teams or design firms. The winner receives a $1,000 cash prize.
There are 12 different categories. The grand prize is $20.000, the 2nd prize is $1000 and the third prize is $500. People's Choice grand prize is $1000.
There are no theme restrictions. The winner receives a $2,000 honorarium and the story is published in the fall/winter issue of Colorado Review.
The competition is open worldwide, to amateur and professional artists alike. Overall winner receives £10,000 cash prize & title ‘Wildlife Artist of the Year 2017’.
You may submit stories and essays on any theme, up to 6,000 words each. The winning story and essay will each receive $1,500. Ten Honorable Mentions will receive $100 each.
The judges are looking for photographs that epitomise the art and craft of landscape photography. The total value of prizes is US $10,000.
All students grades 6-12 worldwide are eligible to participate. All entries must be a digital video – up to 60 seconds.