The main category for
Dave Brown Projects Competition is
"Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design" and sub categories are: "contemporary art, visual artist" . The focus of
Dave Brown Projects Competition is
"contemporary art, visual artist" and some keywords are: "
contemporary art, visual artist ".
Dave Brown Projects Competition is a Generic Design Competition (Idea and/or Concept and/or Product etc) competition.
Arts Oriented .
Dave Brown Projects Competition targets
Restrictions while designing are not stated.
The postal address to send physical entries to the competition or contact for regular mail is: http://davebownprojects.com/ City: NY / Country: United States of America. Phone number: (917) 365-5265.
Dave Brown Projects Competition
The native language of this competition is unknown or unstated. The competition has an English website. This competition orginates from United States of America. The exact year when the first edition of the competition was organized is not stated. The currend edition number of this competition is not known. This competition is annual, it repeats every year. (
Repeats Annually ).
ORGANIZER & SPONSORS
Dave Brown Projects Competition is organized by
Dave Bown Project (
Company or Business ).
There are 0 sponsors total.This competition does not have any sponsors.
ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS & JOINING
Age limits and restrictions (minimum / maximum age) is not given. Most probably, there are no age restrictions for this design competition. Maximum number of submission allowed per participant is 1 (Multiple submissions can be made with a single registration). Both individual and team submissions are allowed. The maximum team size is not clearly stated, the best-practice is 5 (five) people, but you should re-confirm it. This is an international competition, participants from all over the world can join. There are not any exlusive regional or territorial areas for this competition or this information is not stated. This competition is open to All. This competition is Open To All.
Webpage address link (URL) of the complete eligibility conditions of the competition is not given.
PUBLISHING AND AWARD CEREMONY
The competition results are not published as a book. Competition results will be published online, all the submissions and winners will be visible online. There will not be a Gala Night or Award Ceremony for this competition. We do not know clearly where will the ceremonies take place or where is the location of the gala-night. There will be a temporary physical exhibition of winners. (
We are unclear about where will the exhibition take place or what is the location of the exhibition. ).
Pictures of participants will be published. Private information of participants are not published. The result books / annuals are not distributed for free, they are sold to all. Yes, there is a free pr-campaign for winners.
AWARDS AND PRIZES
It is perhaps mistakenly stated that there are no awards in this competition.The number of different awards in this design competition is not given. There is a fixed number of awards, number of participants do not change the number of awards. There are no monetary awards. The organizer will not realize winning designs under any condition. Prizes/Money given only to awarded designs. Award details are as follows: The top 25 artists will be selected by the jurors and featured under Competitions on this website. Each artist will have their own page that will feature an image, caption information, and a link to t, N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A. The webpage address link (URL) of the complete list of remaining awards is not given.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS & DETAILS
Minimum number of required pages or files is 4, and Maximum number of possible pages or files to submit is 12.
Exact maximum file size permitted to be submitted is 0 KB.
Technical Drawings or Source Files do not need to be submitted.
Physical entries are not required to be submitted.
Only JPEG images are accepted.
Only digital submission through E-Mail.
There is no need to submit how-to-produce / realization information for the project.
The competition call does not state that you need to submit a description of your concept, however it is best practice to submit if it is otherwise stated.
Pixel sizes are not clearly stated. Resolution requirements for the digital images are not clearly stated.
Paper sizes are not clearly stated. Resolution requirements for the printed images are not clearly stated.
EVALUATION, JUDGING AND SCORING
It is not clearly stated if the jury will meet physically to perform judging or if it is an online judging process.
The selection of winners is made by majority voting.
There is no public voting, winners will be voted by the jury.
The participants will not recieve a printed score sheet or see their scores online.
The participants will not recieve printed jury notes or see them online.
Submissions are not given numeric score.
The participants will not recieve printed competition statisticss nor access them online.
Judging criteria are as follows: skills , abilities.
3 people will judge the entries as the jury.
The jury members of the competition is as follows: Paddy Johnson, Richard Polsky, Christina Mossaides Strassfield .
The webpage address link (URL) of the page that lists other jury members is not given.
Designer keeps all the rights to the designs.
Participants can choose not to participate in Publishings such as Books and Online Exhibitions.
Physical submissions are sent back to participants after the competition and/or exhibition.
Total due fees and other required payments for this competition is 4 Euros (€). The obligations of the winners, for example if they do need to pay any more expenses etc, including advertsing, pr-making etc, is not indicated.
The organizers did not indicate wheather the winners have to participate in an event or not.
The organizers did not state if the participating designers have to make advertisement for the competition such as sending e-mails, post-cards etc for promotive purposes.
It is not clearly indicated if the winner designers need or given chance to work for the organizers or sponsors.
Winners are not obliged to sell their designs to the organizer.
CERTIFICATES AND TROPHIES
The competition sends a hardcopy participation certificate for joining.
The competition sends a hardcopy (printed) certificate to winners.
The competition will send a physical trophy or an award winners.
There is not a winners-logo for this competition.
A press-release to distribute to press members, bloggers, magazine editors etc was unfortunetely not provided.
The design brief is as follows: Which institution wants us to design: Dave Bown Projects. The ultimate aim of the competition: visual art. Who to design for: artists, creatives..
Expect this section to be filled only after the competition is finalized and results anounced to the public. Results have either not been announced yet or not available in this page. Please check the competition website in case they might have already been posted there.
|Results & Pages
The top 25 artists will be selected by the jurors and featured under competitions on this website. each artist will have their own page that will feature an image, caption information, and a link to their website. you will retain the copyright to your images. we will not handle the sale of your work. all inquiries will be forwarded to you and/or your gallery.
We do not have an editorial review of this design competition.
The following is an excerpt from Dave Brown Projects Competition website: dave bown projects - submissions online project competitions submissions editions about contact prospectus 3rd semiannual competition jurors paddy johnson art fag city, new york richard polsky author and art dealer christina strassfield guild hall museum, new york jurors' biographies paddy johnson is the founding editor of the blog art fag city and a regular columnist for the l magazine. her writing has been featured in new york magazine, time out new york, and the daily beast. she regularly lectures on art at universities in the united states. in 2008, she became the first blogger to receive a grant from the creative capital foundation. in 2010 she was nominated for a rob pruitt art award at the guggenheim and her blog art fag city won best art blog at the village voice web awards. for further information, please visit artfagcity.com richard polsky is the author of i sold andy warhol (too soon), i bought andy warhol, and the art market guide (1995-1998). in 1984 he founded acme art, where he showed the work of such artists as joseph cornell, ed ruscha, andy warhol, and bill traylor. since 1989 he has been a private art dealer specializing in works by postwar artists. he has been a contributor to the art economist and lives in sausalito, california. for further information, please visit polskyart.com christina mossaides strassfield is the museum director and chief curator of guild hall museum in east hampton, new york. she has curated exhibitions of artists such as roy lichtenstein, chuck close, eric fischl, david salle, ross bleckner, april gornik, john chamberlain, larry rivers, cindy sherman, dan flavin, taryn simon, barbara kruger, and richard prince. during her tenure she has transformed what was once a small sleepy museum into a vital destination for the visual arts which has been recognized by reviews in the new york times, art in america, art news, new york magazine, the new york sun, bloomberg news, and newsday. for further information, please visit guildh
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