The theme for the 2019 ZEISS Photography Award is “Seeing Beyond – The Unexpected”. Photographers are asked to submit a series of 5 - 10 images. The competition is free to enter. The winner will receive ZEISS camera lenses of their choice worth a total of 12,000 euros
The competition is organized by the University of Zaragoza, Spain. The video must be no longer than 1 minute.Prizes:• the best International Videominute: 700€• the best Spanish Videominute: 700€• the best Aragones Videominute: 700€Entry is free.
The competition is open to amateur and professional artists aged 17 and over. The judges will accept all traditional artistic mediums, excluding digital and photography. Competition entry costs £25 or £10 per artwork. The overall winner will receive £10,000 cash prize.
Photographers are invited to submit images that captured stories of health, medicine and science. The competition is free to enter. The winner of each category will receive £1,250, with the overall winner receiving a prize of £15,000.
The competition is open to artists aged 35 years or younger. You may submit a maximum of three art works on paper, on any theme. The competition is free to enter. Prizes:• 1st prize: € 6,000• 2nd prize: € 4,000• 3rd prize: € 2,500
Images can be from anywhere in the world, and there is no restriction on subject matter as long as it has a cricket theme. The prize for the winning photograph is £2,000. Two runners-up will each receive £1,000.Entry is free.
The Moth Poetry Prize is one of the biggest prizes in the world for a single unpublished poem. You can write on any subject and there is no line limit. The entry fee is €12 per poem. The winner will receive a cash prize of 10,000 €.
The short story should have a maximum of 2,500 words. Food and Drink has to be at the heart of the tale. Entries must be submitted in English.Entry fee: £10 for each submitted short story.The winner will receive £10,000.
The competition is open to anyone aged 15 and over. There are two categories:• Short Story (up to 4,000 words),• Poetry (up to 50 lines).The entry fee is £5.The Magic Oxygen Literary Prize has a prize fund of £3,000.