ArtGeminiPrize 2019- Singapore

Website: https://www.artgeminiprize.com/

The ArtGemini Prize is a celebration to promote international contemporary art for emerging and established artists around the world. The 7th Edition ArtGeminiPrize 2019  will take place in Singapore and is open to all genres of 2D and 3D art including but not limited to painting, mixed media, drawing, ink, watercolour, calligraphy, original print, photography, digital art, sculpture and ceramic, excluding installation and video. The are 3 awards to be won, 1st prize of US$15,000, 2nd prize of US$7,000 and the Young Artist Prize (up to 30 years) US$3,000. The entry fees are £20 for 1 entry, £45 for up to 3 entries and £70 for up to 6 entries. The prize is open to all artists from anywhere in the world over the age of 18.

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Expires: July 31, 2019


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