The Young Package is an annual international packaging design competition for young designers up to 30 years of age.
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 organised by the University of Zaragoza, Spain. The video must be no longer than 60 seconds. The winner will receive a cash prize of 1,000 €.
All students grades 6-12 worldwide are eligible to participate. All entries must be a digital video – up to 60 seconds.
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’.
The competition is open to artists aged 35 years or younger. The winner will receive a cash prize of € 6,000.
There are four categories: Novel (1st £1000), Short Story (1st £500), Poetry (1st £500), Writing Without Restrictions (1st £200).
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.
International Images for Science is calling for images that cover all breadth of science from medicine, forensic science, zoology, engineering, astronomy, all scientific fields.
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.
This contest is organised by the Plough Arts Centre. Poems must be no more than 40 lines long. 1st prize: £1,000
The Prize is for a single unpublished story of no more than 6,000 words. The winner will receive a cash prize of 3,000 €.
The competition is open to anyone. There are no entry fees. The winner will receive a cash prize of of $500 (Canadian dollars).
There are four categories: 1. Photography 2. Alternative techniques (digital art, photomontage or collage) 3. Documentary (short / feature-length film) 4. Poster (free technique)
Stories can be on any theme or subject. Prizes: £1000 first prize, £200 second prize, £100 third prize.
There are six categories: Portrait & Costume, Architecture, Living Custom, Production & Commerce, Festivities, Traditional Rites. SIx Grand Awards winners will receive $2,000.
There is no restriction on theme or style. Poem length is restricted to 300 words. The winner will receive 1,000 €.
The Felix Schoeller Photo Award is open to professional and emerging photographers. The overall competition winner will receive a cash prize of €10,000.
The prize is for a poem written by an adult for children, and the winner will receive €1,000 and publication in the summer issue of The Caterpillar.