The Key Colours Award is an international competition for illustrators of children’s books. It is open to everyone, regardless of experience.Entry fee: $29 (you must buy a license to use the file upload form).The winner receives 7,500 euro and the winning work will be published by Clavis Publishing.
SkyPixel invites aerial photographers and filmmakers to submit photos and videos taken by a drone.The competition is free to enter.The winners will receive prizes worth a total of approximately $117,000 USD include products like the DJI Inspire 2, Nikon Z 6 camera, DJI Mavic 2, Mavic Mini, Ronin-SC and others.
The Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year is an annual astronomy photography competition that is organised by the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.Images can be submitted to the following eight categories:• Aurorae• Galaxies• Our Moon• Our Sun • People and Space• Planets, Comets and Asteroids• Skyscapes• Stars and NebulaeThe competition is free to enter.The overall winner will receive £10,000.
The Aesthetica Art Prize is an annual award organised by Aesthetica, an international art and culture magazine.The competition is open to works in any genre, and on any theme.Entry fees start from £18. Prices increase every 3 months: £18, £22, £26, £30.• Main Art Prize: £5,000• Emerging Art Prize: £1,000
You may submit a short film on any theme, in any genre (e.g. Travel, Urban Culture, Drama, Creative, Sports, Vlog, TimeLapse, Documentary).The competition is free to enter.Prizes include cash, cameras from Nikon, equipment from Zhiyun, Hollyland, RØDE, YoloLiv, Atomos, Leofoto, Aputure, Peak Design and YC Onion.
The art competition welcomes submissions from all over the world. Entrants must be 18 years or over.Categories: sculpture, painting, drawing, original print, photography, ceramic, mixed media, installation, video art and/or moving image, digital art.Entry fees: one artwork: £25, two artworks: £32, three artworks: £40, four artworks: £45.• 1st prize: £3,000• 2nd prize: £2,000• 3rd prize: £1,000