LICC invites passionate visual artists from around the globe to submit their innovative artwork for inclusion in the LICC competition. The artwork is juried by a board of internationally luminaries of the visual arts. The jury-selected Final Selection and Shortlist is published in the LICC Annual Awards Book, on this website and is announced to the creative arts and media outlets worldwide.
London International Creative Competition is a vehicle for facilitating contact between uniquely talented artists and an international audience.
15 FINALISTS & 50 SHORTLIST
Two prize-winner will be chosen each year by the jury to receive the £2,000 cash prize for professional and £1,000 for students. 15 Finalists will receive the LICC trophy. The jury-selected Finalists and Shortlist will be published in the LICC Annual Awards Book, on the website and will be announced to the creative arts and media outlets worldwide.
Enter today to receive global recognition by receiving a coveted LICC trophy and be published in the annual book.
MISSION STATEMENT: London International Creative Competition is a vehicle for facilitating contact between uniquely talented artists and an international audience.
LONDON CREATIVE COMPETITION: LICC invites passionate visual artists from around the glob to submit their innovative artwork for inclusion in the LICC competition. The artwork is juried by a board of internationally luminaries of the visual arts. The jury-selected Final Selection and Shortlist is published in the LICC Annual Awards Book, on this website and is announced to the creative arts and media outlets worldwide.
Categories: Architecture, Audio/Music, Design (Environmental/Fashion/Graphic/Interior), Drawing/Illustration, Installation, Mixed Media, NetArt/Web Design, Painting, Performance art, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textile,Video and Film, Writing,…
LONDON CREATIVE AWARDS: One prize-winner will be chosen by the jury from the list of 15 FINALISTS to receive the £2,000 cash prize. All fifteen on finalists will receive the LICC Awards unique trophy.
THE TROPHY: It has been designed by Architect ARSHIA of VOID Inc. Each Finalist will receive a segment of the LICC Awards slate. When each trophy is fit together, it will form a completed piece of art work, like a jigsaw puzzle. On the 10th anniversary of LICC, all the artist along with their trophies, will gather together and present their altered trophy. At that time, these piece will be united, combined, and put on display at an exhibition in London.
HISTORY: LICC concept was developed originally by two artists, Launa Bacon for Farmani Group in 2006. Among other things, Farmani group has founded many charities, businesses, and organizations including the award-winning VUE magazine, The Lucie Awards (the Oscars of photography), , Focus on AIDS, International Photography Awards, Px3-PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS, Art For New York, the Farmani Gallery, aNet Communications, and Design Awards.
Competitions will be held annually followed by an an awards ceremony and publication.
Based in the internationally acclaimed artistic center of London, LICC hosted the first awards show in June 2008.
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Cedar Key Arts Center – 120 fine artists and craftsmen will be invited to our 51st Annual Spring Arts Festival planned for March 28 & 29, 2015 in Cedar Key, 60 SW of Gainesville, FL. Application Fee $32, Booth Fee $165. All booth located on Historic 2nd Street.
Complimentary artist breakfasts and Saturday evening artists reception and award ceremony. Over $16,000 in prize money and purchase awards, 18-20,000 visitors, booth sitters, local seafood and children’s activities in beachfront City Park. Cedar Key is a perfect destination of artists and art enthusiasts. Join Us.
Cedar Key has been a haven for artists for over half a century. Set in the center of Florida’s Nature Coast, the small island community of Cedar Key has hosted a spring arts festival since 1964. In contrast to larger events, our goal is to provide space and opportunity for artists and visitors to interact. Find our more on our website at www.cedarkeyartsfestival.com.
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Abstractions 2014 in the visual arts is about expressing general ideas or qualities of an actual person, object or action. It is about expressing ideas and emotions by using elements such as colors and lines without attempting to recreate the original image. The basis for abstractions is to, in varying degrees, alter the reality of the subject or pure digital art.
This competition invites photographers and digital artists to use their own interpretations of these ideas, using any type of subject matter and using any style of photography or digital art.
Exhibitions Without Walls is dedicated to promoting photographers and digital artists.
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The 4th Annual Mistletoe Market celebrates the start of the holiday season in Georgia’s Coastal Isles. Artists and crafters are featured at this festive event, along with holiday entertainment, demonstrations, a wreath auction, Santa’s arrival, and more! Glynn Visual Arts has entered into a dynamic partnership with the Golden Isles Convention and Visitors Bureau for an even more exciting exciting festival in a larger location!
Glynn Visual Arts, a not-for-profit organization, was established in 1953. As the premier organization for the visual arts in Coastal Georgia, we offer classes for adults and children and outreach programs in the community.
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Open to all media – The 13th Annual Indian Wells Arts Festival …where Art is a Happening! April 3, 4 & 5. 2015 located at the newly expanded Indian Wells Tennis Garden – home of the BNP Paribas Tennis Open – in the Southern California city of Indian Wells, in the heart of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities.
Juried and limited to 200 Artists: Fine Art + Quality Craft. Over 10,000 attendance and $750,000 in art sales reported in 2014.
Objet Trouvé Found Art festival, special exhibits, artist demonstrations, children’s activities, wine, cocktails, entertainment, and refreshments.
Primary jury deadline is October 14, 2014; and 60 spaces are held for the secondary jury’s January 6, 2015 deadline.
You don’t need to be an art aficionado to enjoy the Indian Wells Arts Festival which is designed to create a festive event experience and community celebration. Everyone loves to watch the on-site demonstrations including sand sculpture, glass blowing, painting, weaving, large scale stone sculpturing, larger-than-life mural painting, wood carving and pottery throwing.
The 2nd Annual Objet Trouvé Found Art Festival participates once again featuring award winning found artists creating a ‘festival of festivals.’ Enjoy special exhibits, sidewalk chalk drawing and children’s activities and more. Live musical entertainment, cocktails, wine and refreshment are ongoing throughout the day under the shade structure of this newly expanded venue.
The festival incorporates a number of local charities as Festival Partners and donates to their art scholarship funds. Participating organizations have included Old Town Artisan Studio, Coachella Valley Arts Alliance, Student Recycle Art Program (S.C.R.A.P.) Gallery, Cathedral City High School Digital Arts Academy, The Ophelia Project of the Coachella Valley, Mirage High School Aztec Dancers, Palm Springs Unified School District and George Washington Charter School.
“Easter Sunday Eggs + Champagne in the Garden” brunch menu is available until noon.
Ranked one of the 100 Best Fine Art Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine and Best of the Best Art Festivals by readers of Palm Spring Life magazine.
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The Westport Arts Center invites you to mesmerize and transfix with the media of your choice, for its annual juried group members’ themed exhibition: Perception Illusion MAGIC. The alchemy of the aesthetic experience is one which moves the common objects and ordinary structures of our existence into the realm of the extraordinary. A work of art’s ability to transform our perception is a powerful magic, moving us to reconsider the illusions in our daily realities.
The Westport Arts Center is known for exhibiting world renown artists including Christo and Jeanne Claude, Chuck Close, William Wegman, and Edward Burtynsky as well as local artists in their 2 annual member’s exhibition.
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Castlegar Sculpturewalk is now accepting applicants from sculptors (national and international) to take part in our 2015 event. Next year’s Opening Gala & installation day will take place on May 9th, 2015.
Now in its fifth successful year, Sculpturewalk is a year-long outdoor exhibit of original sculpture by local and international artists, located in British Columbia, Canada. The sculptures are owned by the artists and loaned to the exhibit, where they are available for purchase, lease, and are open for public voting. There is a total of $25,000 in prizes available, which includes the purchase of the People’s Choice winner by The City of Castlegar for permanent display. We will cover travel/shipping costs of up to $500 per artist.
Castlegar is the Sculpture Capital of Canada™.
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The Christmas Arts Market is the 5th Semi Annual Arts Market hosted by Art Dwellers. Along with juried artists and crafters, there will be continuous entertainment, a variety of food, a children’s make and take, and Santa will make an appearance. This is a free event for the whole family. Proceeds go to the Children’s Fund of FISD, the Friendswood Public Library, and the Bay Area Turning Point.
The festival benefits three non-profit organizations.
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PHAIR has partnered with Historic Philadelphia, Inc. to produce a handmade holiday market in Franklin Square during their annual Electrical Spectacle: A Holiday Light Show. The market will be open November 28 to December 23, 2014 everyday from 4PM to 8PM.
We are seeking makers, artists, crafters, chefs, designers, and other handmade artisans who sell small-batch, pre-packaged foods, art, clothing, crafts, photography, children’s toys, pet products, accessories, furniture, home goods, and other handmade wares. Vendors are to commit to the full 26 days of the market. Inquiries about part time options can be sent to email@example.com.
Included in the booth fees:
- Extensive Marketing & PR
- 9′ x 10′ (or 9′ x 20′) tent with overhead lighting
- Electricity for product lighting, space heaters, and other needs.
- Security overnight
- Event staff on hand each day
- Discounted parking 1 block from the park
- Custom Business Name booth sign
PHAIR, Philadelphia’s only weekly open-air artisan market, hosts a rotating roster of a variety of handmade sellers every Saturday from 10am to 5pm in Headhouse Square from April through November 22nd, 2014. Additionally we organize and host a variety of pop-up artisan markets with various partner organizations throughout the year.
Each week features a variety of handmade goods, artisan foods, housewares, jewelry, art, clothing, photography, and much more, including an ever changing roster of gourmet food and fashion trucks. As one of the many supporters of makers and creative entrepreneurs in the area, we seek to provide a regular location and retail experience for these small businesses and artists to connect with the public on a regular basis through providing low overhead costs and market promotion. We are establishing a weekly venue for art, craft, and food lovers to Shop, Stroll, and Eat while having fun outdoors. PHAIR is always free to browse and stroll. We are accepting vendors all season.
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