mercoledì 13 giugno 2018

Pre iscrizioni al corso di disegno per bambini e ragazzi

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Sono aperte le pre iscrizioni al corso di disegno per bambini e ragazzi dai 4 ai 14 anni, da farsi entro il 19 giugno p.v., il corso si svolgerà il sabato mattina, a Musei (SU) in via Stazione,1.

Per informazioni e costi contattare la Infomouse alla mail : coopinfomouse@gmail.com, oppure compilare il modulo di preiscrizione e inserire nelle note i quesiti sul corso.
Link al modulo di iscrizione: 

Si svolgeranno inoltre un corso di acquarello e un altro corso di illustrazione, sempre rivolto a bambini e ragazzi, con le date ancora da definire, se vi interessa e volete restare informati seguite la pagina su FB : https://www.facebook.com/casagiardinominipin/





martedì 12 giugno 2018

JIA Illustration Award 2018


JIA Illustration Award 2018




Organised by Japan Illustrators’ Association, the most popular organisation of professional illustrators in Japan, the Illustration Award is held annually since 2000, drawing thousands of professional and amateur talents worldwide.





There are no themes.

All entries must be the original work of the entrant, and you may submit a maximum of 5 illustrations. Images must be in electronic format (JPEG files). The width and the heights should be within 2,000 pixels, up to 1MB for each work.

The copyright of the images remains with the authors.

Entry fees:

• 1 image: 3,700 yen (approx. 35 USD)
• 2 images: 6,900 yen (approx. 65 USD)
• 3 images: 10,100 yen (approx. 95 USD)
• 4 images: 13,300 yen (approx. 125 USD)
• 5 images: 16,500 yen (approx. 155 USD)


Eligibility

Open to anyone worldwide.


Prize

• Grand Prix: 300,000 yen (approx. 2,825 USD)
• Judge’s Special Prize: 100,000 yen (approx. 942 USD)
• Holbein Prize: Acryla Gouache 102 Colors
• Excellent Prize (10): 20,000 yen each (approx. 188 USD)
• Fine Work Prize (30): Certificate of commendation

Moreover, the prize winners will appear in the Japan Illustrators’ Association annual book.

Deadline:  June 30, 2018

Official page : https://jpn-illust.com/english/compe/index.html

XXII A La Orilla Del Viento Picture Book Competition


XXII A La Orilla Del Viento Picture Book Competition

To promote creative literature and art for children and young adults, Fondo de Cultura Económica invites authors and illustrators from around the world to submit entries for its XXII A la Orilla del Viento Picture Book Competition.

Writers and illustrators may submit entries, provided that their work is in Spanish language. Stories must be told through the interaction or close interrelation between images and a brief text. Stories told purely through images are acceptable, but books without illustrations are not eligible.


Entries can have any theme, book layout, and illustration technique, with a maximum length of 48 pages and a minimum of 16 (only interior pages count).

Both text and illustrations of entries must be completely unpublished.

Entries must be submitted as dummies with the finished design, text, colour, and illustrations, the closest version to the final book.

There is no entry fee.


Eligibility

Open worldwide to anyone, 18 years or over.


Prize

The winner will receive 150,000 Mexican Pesos (approx. 8,165 USD) as an advance against royalties, and the publication of the book.


Deadline:  August 31, 2018

Official page : http://www.fondodeculturaeconomica.com/invitaciones/2018/aov.html

AOI Poster Prize For Illustration 2019


AOI Poster Prize For Illustration 2019


The Association of Illustrators (AOI) in partnership with London Transport Museum, is delighted to announce that submissions are now welcome for the Poster Prize for Illustration 2019.

This year the theme is "London Stories".

Artists are invited to visually capture a familiar or lesser-known narrative in a single image. All stories, current or historical, real or fictional which feature this amazing city are welcome – your imagination is the limit. Stories could be those seen in a film or play, heard in poetry or music, or read in literature. They may be family anecdotes, or an impression of your daily observations. Your visual story could be inspired by London’s history or contemporary city living. What stories does London have to tell?

All artworks should be in portrait format. London Transport Museum prefers that artworks conform to actual or pro rata standard poster sized: Double Royal – 635 x 1016mm (25 x 40 inches) or Double Crown – 505 x 760mm (20 x 30 inches). However, for this exhibition these sizes are not prescriptive.

There is no entry fee.


Eligibility

Open to illustrators and students of illustration throughout the world, regardless whether they are members of the Association of Illustrators or not.


Prize

• First prize: 2000 GBP (approx. 2,730 USD) and display of image on a LTM poster
• Second prize: 1000 GBP (approx. 1,365 USD)
• Third prize: 750 GBP (approx. 1,020 USD)

There is also the possibility that your shortlisted image will be featured on merchandise sold in London Transport Museum's shop.

Moreover, the top 100 entries selected by a panel of judges will be displayed in an exhibition at London Transport Museum that will run from February to Summer 2019. The winners will be announced at a private award ceremony that will take place in Jan/Feb 2019.


 Deadline:  July 16, 2018

Official page : https://theaoi.com/prize-for-illustration/