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SACI International Art Exhibition Award 2015

    SACI International Art Exhibition Award 2015 | Graphic Competitions
     Category:  Multiple Disciplines
     Deadline:  December 15, 2014 - expired! July 26, 2014
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    Founded by artist Jules Maidoff in 1975, and incorporated in 1976 as a not-for-profit US institution, SACI is the oldest and most prestigious American art school in Florence (Italy).

    Remaining true to its original goal of offering the finest and most challenging training to the next generation of artists, SACI is organising the International Art Exhibition Award 2015.

    The subject matter and medium is open to discretion of each artist. Image formats accepted: JPG, PDF, GIF, TIFF. Images no larger than 1000 px in any direction, no smaller than 500px.

    The projects submitted to the Jury will remain the property of the artists; any wish to use the projects will be explicitly communicated first to the artist(s) for permission and with credit.

    Applicants warrant that the entry submission is the original work of the artist and, as such, the artist is the sole and exclusive owner and rights holder of the submitted work, and that the party submitting has the right to submit the work for exhibition and grant all required licenses.

    There is no entry fee.


    Artists of any age, students and professionals, from all over the world are invited to submit their work in any medium and theme.


    The selected winning artist will be awarded an opportunity for a solo exhibition in the SACI Gallery at SACI’s historic Palazzo dei Cartelloni in Florence, Italy in July 2015 (any potential sales of artwork must be handled by the artist; SACI does not take any commission fee).

    The winner’s exhibition will be featured on SACI’s website, on social media outlets, and publicized to the international community, as well as to the local press.

    Moreover, a runner up will be selected according to popular vote via social media. This artist will be featured on the SACI Art Blog.

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