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Santorini Biennale Call For Artists 2014
- Category: Multiple Disciplines
Deadline: April 10, 2014 (31 days left)
Contest's Website: [link]
The 2nd Santorini Biennale, is calling artists to study and explore causations and reasons countries are guided very often to violent actions (crisis - conflict - war development), and how the arts can create ’a mechanism’ against them.
Political systems see Peace as a state of balance and harmony between individuals and populations in which respect means acceptance of differences, conflicts are resolved through dialogue, people’s rights are respected and their voices are heard, and everyone is at their highest point of serenity without social tension.
The 2nd Santorini Biennale is to accept artworks in the following categories:
• Industrial Design
• Drawing – Graphic – Illustration
• Installation Art
• Ceramic Art
• Paper Art
At this 2nd edition, the Biennale of Santorini will not appoint a Jury Commission. Visitors to the exhibition venues will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite work via an electronic system.
Our mission is to promote both emerging and established artists that are working on the borders between different art disciples, allowing them to surpass the traditional (and perhaps limiting) concepts of classicism, modernism, contemporary and applied arts. The Santorini Biennale of Arts will be dedicated to hosting artist-led events presented in full co-operation with the organizers. The Santorini Biennale of Arts is inspired by the ways in which ideas are born and disseminated - how they then develop and diversify within our increasingly interconnected global society.
The competition is open to all Artists or Group of Artists, without any limit of age, sex, nationality or other qualifications.
• 1st Winner from all sections: Gold IBEX
• 2nd Winner from all sections: Silver IBEX
• 3rd Winner from all sections: Bronze IBEX
Artists that would like to sell their artwork, can declare it during their submission procedure. All artworks will be on sale after the end of the Biennale through its online eShop.