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Annual Art Competition

“Landscape”

 

Online Art Competition for Students​

 

 

THE MAGAZINE OF CONTEMPORARY ART announces their Annual “Landscape” Online Art Competition for Students. All eligible students from around the world are encouraged to submit their best artworks on the theme for inclusion in The MOCA’s 2021 exhibition. All types of art styles may be submitted, including both 2D and 3D works, photography / graphic / digital images, as well as experimental and installation works.

Theme

 

​The theme of this online art competition for students is LANDSCAPE. Participants are free to apply their own interpretation in representing the overall theme. Natural and artificial sceneries, as well as representational and abstract concepts, in any media, will be considered for this online art competition. See here for more details on submission guidelines.

Category

 

​The medium for this online art competition for students fall broadly in these three categories:

1. Painting

2. Photography & Digital

3. Sculpture & 3D Installation

Deadline

 

The deadline for submission is the last day of the month.

Awards

 

The online art competition for students will give out several cash awards of up to $1,000 to winners. The grant money will be unrestricted and may be used in any manner by the recipient student artist. Depending on the number and quality of submitted to the online art competition, the following prizes will be considered:

First Prize Award (Overall) $300

Merit Prize Award (Painting) $200

Merit Prize Award (Photography & Digital) $200

Merit Prize Award (Sculpture & 3D Installation) $200

Honorable Mention Award (Overall) $100

THE MAGAZINE OF CONTEMPORARY ART is committed to provide exposure to emergent artists through its online art competitions for students. Each year, we follow several themes and give out prizes and awards to winners. Our online art competition for students welcomes artworks from qualified artists living anywhere in the world. The participants must be currently a student of any school, college, university, or other institution. We have separate competitions for non-student artists as well, so artists who are ineligible to apply for this online competition are welcome to apply to those.

Our online art competitions for students are conducted throughout the year, and the MOCA team receives many brilliant artworks. In order to be fair and allow the process to be competitive, we may extend the deadline for submission until we receive sufficient entries. 

Online Art Competition for Students has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years. Indeed, these contests are designed to help students boost their self-esteem and become more creative. To win an art competition or even make a credible entry, children are expected to be creative and give their best shot. Online Art Competition for Students is an excellent platform for kids to express their art skills, imagination, and creativity. In the long run, these competitions can make a big difference in the growth of children.

 

This is why our platform comes up with initiatives like Online Art Competition for students. We have pulled together many inspiring requirements and themes to boost their art skills and compete like true professionals. 

 

The Freedom to Try!

Firstly, our Online Art Competition for Students is often based on unique themes. These themes will help your children come up with new creations. To enjoy an edge in these competitions, the little ones need to develop something new and inspiring. This is when they start to explore.

 

Gracefulness

We ensure that the Online Art Competition for students will help them master the idea of winning and losing gracefully. This is quite important, as children need to be prepared for both ups and downs.

 

Convenience

Finally, our Online Art Competition for Students is much more convenient and easier than traditional competitions. Here, submissions can be made at leisure. Also, children are less likely to feel intimidated.

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