Indigenous International Repatriation Conference Art Competition
NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS
Art Competition and Call for Artists
The AAIA invites Indigenous artists to participate in the Call for Artists to submit images of original artwork produced by artists within the past three (3) years. The AAIA is pleased to provide this opportunity for artists to showcase their work while supporting our 2017 Indigenous International Repatriation Conference: Journey Home: Empowering Indigenous Communities in Repatriation. Work should reflect the artist's vision surrounding this very important human rights issue.
This competition is open to all artists/photographers 18 years of age or older. Entries must be created in any still medium: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital art, prints, fiber art, collage, installations.
Artists will be asked to submit a photograph of their artwork and complete the requirements of the art submission online. The selected artist will be awarded a first place cash prize of $500 for the potential use of their artwork in promotional materials for the Indigenous International Repatriation Conference. The first place image may be used throughout the conference and on additional AAIA materials, and runners-up images may be used on conference and other AAIA material. The images may be published on AAIA’s website and within other printed materials. The first place winner may be featured during the 2017 and/or 2018 Indigenous International Repatriation conference. Because this is an international conference, it will lend wide-ranging exposure for the artist.
Artworks should be submitted no later than June 4, 2017. Questions should be directed to the Main Office at: 240-314-7155 or email@example.com.
Indigenous International Repatriation Conference Art Competition NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS
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