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: • a short animated films, up to 30 minutes; • a feature animated films, over 40 minutes. Grand Prix: PLN 45,000
All students grades 6-12 worldwide are eligible to participate. All entries must be a digital video – up to 60 seconds.
Head On Photo Festival is the leading photography festival in Australia. The total 2017 Prize Packages are valued at over $50,000 including $20,000 in cash.
The topic of the competition is “Fact, fiction, truth”. You may submit a series of 5-12 photographs.
All entries must be works of fiction. There is no set theme and stories may be written in any genre in adult or young adult literature.
The annual RHS Photographic Competition is open to amateur and professional photographers from all over the world. The competition is free to enter.
The competition is open to all authors writing in English regardless of nationality or residence, and it is open to published and unpublished authors alike.
You may submit one or more works (images, short videos and cartoons) on the themes of peace, tollerance, fight against any form of racism and of defense of human rights.
The competition is open to up-and-coming illustrators. To enter you have to create at least 5 illustrations for the BoekieBoekie Magazine Jungle Book.
You may submit a collections of 20 to 24 pages of poems. Poems may be of any length. The poems should be for adults, in English.
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
Fritz Pölking Prize is an annual wildlife photography competition. You may submit 8-12 images.• Fritz Pölking Prize: 2,000 € • Fritz Pölking Junior Prize: 1,500 €
The competition is open to design students, graphic designers, plastic artists, photographers and graphic producers in general, of any age and nationality.
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.
Entries must be a single essay of 3,000 to 7,000 words, written in English. The winner will receive AU$5,000. The runner-up will receive AU $2,500.
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 all photograpers over the age of 18, both amateur and professional. The winner will receive 3.000 €.