Takeda Pharmaceutical Company together with the Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Design and Applied Arts and the Ekaterina Cultural Foundation announced the launch of Takeda International Art Competition. The contest is open to students of international art institutes and colleges.
The theme of the “Takeda. Art/Help. Breakthrough” competition reflects the fast-paced development of modern technologies in all areas of human life as well as in medicine.
The purpose of the competition is to identify the most gifted students of Art schools and universities and also to attract the public’s attention to the importance of developing palliative care and new technologies in medicine.
Who May Eligible:
- Students of international art institutes and colleges can apply for this contest.
- Applicants must obtain consent from the artists, whose projects or works they want to nominate, to participate in the Competition.
How to Apply & Competitions Rules:
To participate, the applicants must submit an online application form through the given link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeIldmx1f69xqUb6yNISs_3fMUq-JisMufzazD6ax9A4OagTw/viewform
- The Competition is held in the following categories: 1) The first prize, 2) The second prize, and 3) The third prize.
- Works and projects by artists and students of art colleges and universities, both from Russia and other countries, can be nominated in these categories.
- The works submitted to the competition are to represent the artist’s interpretation of that theme using any style from figurative painting to abstraction.
- The works that participate are presented in various styles and techniques: painted canvases, drawings, watercolors or gouache on paper, and also graphic prints. Their dimensions don’t exceed one meter (on the longest side).
- The application must include information about the artist (a photo and a short biography), a short description of the works, and a digital image thereof (with a resolution of no less than 1200×1800 pixels, 300 dpi).
- The following people and institutions have the right to nominate artists and works for the Competition: 1) art colleges, universities, students of art colleges and universities, 2) members of the Jury of the Competition.
- The written consent of the artists, whose projects or works are nominated, must contain the exact name of the artists or the art group and the title of the project.
- The document must be signed personally by the artist. Artists who have not given their consent are not eligible to participate in the Competition.
- The size of the work should not exceed 1 meter.
- Artists cannot be nominated for the prize posthumously.
The Organizer of the Competition establishes the following prizes and special prizes:
- The first prize of 50,000 rubles (the equivalent in Euros at the exchange rate of the Central Bank of Russia as of the day of transfer of funds) and the title of the winner of the Competition
- Two second prizes of 30,000 rubles (the equivalent in Euros at the exchange rate of the Central Bank of Russia as of the day of transfer of funds) and a certificate
- Three third prizes of 15,000 rubles (the equivalent in Euros at the exchange rate of the Central Bank of Russia as of the day of transfer of funds) and a certificate
- Takeda Russia Award — “For a creative approach to exploring the subject”
- Seven contestants will be rewarded with a three-day trip to Moscow for the award ceremony.
- inner of the Competition; cate; Each nominee of the Competition will be given a certificate, signed by a representative of the Organizer of the Competition.
The last day for submitting applications for the Competition is September 16, 2018.