This international comics competition is open to anyone. The entry is free. Each of the finalists will receive a grant of €800. The winner will will receive a prize of 500 €.
The Prize is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English. Submissions should be made by publishers only. There is a cash prize of £10,000 for the winning author. The competition is free to enter.
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.
Paintings, drawings, original prints, photography, sculptures, digitally produced artworks and mixed media constructions are accepted. Entry fee is £20 for first artwork, then £10 per additional artwork. First prize: £3,000 cash prize award, and £500 Cass Art voucher.
The WOW Design Competition is a leading wearable art design competition in New Zealand. It is open to designers from all over the world. Entrants must be 18 years of age or over. The entry is free. The 2019 WOW Design Competition offers over NZD160,000 in prize money.
Murder or another serious crime or crimes must be at the heart of the story. The competition is free to enter. The winner will receive an advance against future royalties of $10,000.
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.
The competition is open to anyone regardless of age, gender or nationality. Entries from any digital cameras, including smartphones, will be accepted. The competition is free to enter. The Grand Prize winner will receive 500,000 yen in cash.
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.