The BP Portrait Award is an annual portrait painting competition held at the National Portrait Gallery in London. First Prize: £30,000 Second Prize: £10,000 Third Prize: £8,000
Anyone is welcome to participate in “Re-Animate Europe” comic competition. The seven finalists will receive a grant of € 800 to complete their graphic short story. The winner will receive € 500.
The competition is open to anyone. All graphic techniques are eligible. The winner will receive a cash prize of €400.
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 author of the book project selected as winner will receive an award of 4,500 € as advance against copyright with publishing agreement. The book project will be published by Carthusia Edizioni.
The winner or the winners will receive a cash prize of 1,000 € per poster selected for each of the five sections.
The competition is open to design students, graphic designers, plastic artists, photographers and graphic producers in general, of any age and nationality.
There are four categories: 1. Photography 2. Alternative techniques (digital art, photomontage or collage) 3. Documentary (short / feature-length film) 4. Poster (free technique)
The competition is open to anyone. There are no entry fees. The winner will receive a cash prize of of $500 (Canadian dollars).
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.
The competition is open to artists aged 35 years or younger. The winner will receive a cash prize of € 6,000.
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’.