Japan Parade Art Contest 2024 (New York City) - Call For Artists

Japan Parade Art Contest 2024 (New York City) – Call For Artists

Japan Parade Art Contest 2024 (New York City) – Call For Artists

[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] Japan Day announces a call for artists for the Japan Parade Art Contest 2024.

The Japan Parade Art Contest began in 2012 as the Japan Day Art Contest, when the public was first invited to submit illustrations for official posters, flyers, and programs. The contest was such a success, resulting in so many splendid entries and yielding such wonderful winning artwork, that the art contest became an annual part of the Japan Day event. This year marks the 12th annual Art Contest and the third Japan Parade Art Contest.

Click here for the application / registration

Enter by: 19 January 2024

The winning artwork will be used as the main visual for the Japan Parade & Street Fair 2024 collateral materials. There will be a Grand Prize Winner, Second Prize Winner, and four Honorable Mentions, who will all receive prizes, including two round trip airplane tickets from New York City to Japan, a one night stay at a Japanese-inspired B&B in Connecticut, Brand Watches from Citizen Watch America, and Salonpas OTC Pain Relieving Products.

Japan Parade & Street Fair 2023 was visited by approximately 50,000 people.

About Japan Day

Japan Day Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit active since 2007 and the organizer of the Japan Day @ Central Park event until 2019. The event was reborn as the Japan Parade & Street Fair in 2022. Japan Day Inc’s activities aim to encourage cultural exchange, express appreciation for New York City, and strengthen the local Japanese American community. Japan Day Inc is proud to feature many cultural organizations and units from around New York City that showcase many aspects of traditional and modern Japanese culture.

For more information, contact info@japandaynyc.org

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