Deadline: 03 November 2017
Open to: design professionals, artists and students from all over the world
Award: USD 1,000 and national and international exposure
The San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF) is looking for a new iconic image that captures the essence of its annual celebration of Latino film, music, and art.
Design professionals, artists, and students from all over the world are invited to produce a commemorative poster design that will represent the history and legacy of the SDLFF.
SDLFF was born out of a desire to take a stand against the status-quo of cinema, to challenge the reigning and ever-present stereotypes about the Latino experience in movies, and to give Latino filmmakers the power of telling and sharing their stories,... Read More »
Deadline: 31 July 2017
Open to: artists and creators of the new generation to show their works
Award: Grand Prize Winner will be awarded with 300,000 YEN (more than 2,700 USD)
Smart Illumination Yokohama hosts the Smart Illumination Award 2017 — an open-to-public program, to provide opportunities to artists and creators of the new generation to show their works.
Art works and products which propose the light for the new era and promote energy conservation, based on the concept of Smart Illumination Yokohama, are eligible for entry. There is no limitation as to the form of works as long as the they involve light.
Smart Illumination Yokohama is an international art event which started following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. The event... Read More »
Deadline: 31 August 2017
Open to: students age 18-35 of any nationality from any discipline who are enrolled in a public or private school can participate
Award: full tuition (for a value of 8,600 EUR) for a semester-long program of study at Siena Art Institute
The Siena Art Institute Onlus, a non-profit school and association devoted to the exploration of the social function of art, announces a contest for the design and creation of the visual identity of the MapMyArt contemporary art platform.
MapMyArt is a platform for artists, curators, teachers, tour operators and simple curious people who love contemporary art.
Students age 18-35 of any nationality from any discipline who are enrolled in a public or private school can... Read More »
Deadline: 3 July 2017
Open to: architecture students from throughout the world
Award: opportunity to create the Swiss Room on site, in Seoul, in September 2017, during UIA Congress 2017
The city of Lausanne in Switzerland is hosting an international student design competition on the topic of “Architecture and Water“.
As the host of the founding UIA (The International Union of Architects), Congress in 1948, the city of Lausanne has offered to host the 28th UIA Congress in 2023. The competition is created for the design of a Swiss Room, which should showcase Lausanne’s candidature to organize the 28th UIA Congress.
The competition consists of one stage. Participation is exclusively aimed at architecture students from throughout the world. Teams of a maximum of 3 persons are permitted.
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Deadline: 25 November 2016
Open to: design students and professionals without age limit
Award: best design Euros 3,000 and second best Euros 1,000
Andreu World has recently launched their 16th annual International furniture Design Contest and registration is currently open for 2016. The competition is open to both design students and to professionals, without an age limit. Participants are invited to submit new designs for a wooden chair and/or table.
Seating: The main material used shall be Beech wood, Oak wood or Walnut. Chairs may be upholstered to a greater or lesser extent, if considered appropriate and veneered board or plywood;
Tables: The main material used shall be Beech wood, Oak wood or Walnut. Tables may be veneered board or plywood. The... Read More »
Deadline: 15 July 2016
Open to: students and professionals from the ages of 18 to 35
Awards: free registration to the Global Peter Drucker Forum, EUR 1,000 prize money for 1st prize winners in the two categories and a one-year-all-access subscription to Harvard Business Review
The Global Peter Drucker Challenge organized by the Peter Drucker Society Europe and aims at raising awareness of the works and humanistic values of Peter Drucker among young people – the new generation poised to build on a management philosophy that puts the human being at its center. The competition is designed to complement and enrich the interdisciplinary exchange of views and ideas at the Global Peter Drucker Forum.
Peter Drucker Challenge invite you to submit... Read More »
Deadline: 13 May 2016
Open to: interested startups
Award: access to tools and people that can help speeding-up the process of bringing your IOT innovation
Startup Europe is a European Commission initiative that aims to strengthen the business environment for web and ICT entrepreneurs so that their ideas and business can start and grow in the EU. Startup Scaleup is a Pan-European IoT Accelerator that aims to provide a greater range and quality of services to ambitious entrepreneurs who want to launch and grow companies focused on the Internet of Things (IoT). Startup Scaleup is a 6 month accelerator program, enabling accepted startups to receive mentorship and support from the brightest IOT people in the World.
Startup Scaleup is a no-strings attached... Read More »
Deadline: 1 February 2016
Open to: filmmakers all around the world
Prizes: a free 4-day professional Comic-Con memberships will be granted to those appearing to discuss the film (limit 3), plus one adult guest membership for each speaker
Comic-Con International, San Diego began in 1970 when a group of comics, movie, and science fiction fans — including the late Shel Dorf, Ken Krueger, and Richard Alf — banded together to put on the first comic book convention in southern California. Comic-Con started as a one-day “minicon,” called San Diego’s Golden State Comic-Minicon, on March 21, 1970 at the U.S. Grant Hotel in downtown San Diego.
In 2016, the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival (“CCI: IFF”) celebrates it’s twelfth year as a juried event.... Read More »
Deadline: 1 February 2016
Open to: filmmakers worldwide
Prizes: the total cash prize is EUR 9,500, of which EUR 5,000 are reserved for the Grand Prix awards for the best short and feature animated films
The World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb, established in 1972, is the second oldest film festival in the world completely dedicated to animation. Launched thanks to the global reputation of the filmmakers sprung from the Zagreb School of Animation, founded based on the decision of ASIFA, International Animated Film Association, Zagreb Film production company and City of Zagreb, Animafest Zagreb takes place every year early in June. Until 2005 the festival was held biennially, and afterwards continued in the annual rhythm, devoting even years to... Read More »
Deadline: 11 November 2015
Open to: photo journalists around the world
Prizes: USD 1,000 for Best Portfolio; USD 750 for first place Rich Mahan Student Portfolio; USD 500 for best in show; 100 awarded to all first place winners
The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, America’s longest continuously operating photojournalism conference, was founded in 1973 by a group of photojournalists representing newspapers, magazines and wire services. A 501(c)(3) organization, the Seminar promotes the highest standards of photojournalism through an annual educational conference and photography contest judged by working photographers and editors.
The goal of the seminar is to promote high standards of photojournalism through an annual educational conference and competition. The picture categories are: spot news, general news, feature, sports action, sports feature, portrait/personality, news picture story, international... Read More »