Winners in the 53rd International Cartoon Festival Knokke-Heist 2014, Belgium

Golden Hat: Dieter Bevers (Belgium) (Top)
2nd Prize: Muhammadreza Babaei (Iran) (SIMILARITY)
3rd Prize: Musa Kılıçaslan (Turkey) (Down)
Davidsfonds Prize: Luc Vernimmen (Belgium)
All winning cartoons on ecc-kruishoutem.be.


Xth edition of the international cartoon exhibition AIUD 2014, Romania

Xth edition of the international cartoon exhibition AIUD, 25-26 April, 2014, Romania
In April 2014, the “Liviu Rebreanu” Cultural Center Aiud, in collaboration with the „Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud, Alba County Council, Aiud City Hall and Aiud Local Council will organize the Xth edition of the "International Humour Festival" in Aiud. This international exhibition will be part of the festival.
Theme B: free theme.
Maximum A3 size (max. 29,7 x 42 cm / 11,69 x 16,53 inch).
Just original works, not published before will be accepted.
Participants have to complete the entry form that can be downloaded from www.aiud-art.ro or can be requested by email at: info@aiud-art.ro
The works will be not returned, all drawings will enter the patrimony of the „Inter-Art” Foundation and the „Inter-Art” Contemporary Art Museum. Each artist entering the exhibition will receive the documentation of the exhibition.
The exhibition will take place in April 2014 at the „Inter-Art” Galleries, Aiud.
Deadline for sending the artworks: April 1st, 2014 (arrival date of the works)
Please send your works to:
Fundaţia „Inter-Art” Foundation Aiud | Ştefan Balog
515200 - Aiud, C.P. 40, Judeţul Alba, Romania
(We accept ONLY works sent as letters, in an envelope, NOT package. Specify: No Commercial Value.)
For additional information, please contact us at:
email: info@aiud-art.ro
phone: 004-0723-969911


XVI Open International Cartoon Contest Zielona Gora 2014, Poland

XVI International Cartoon Contest Zielona Gora 2014, Poland
Announcement and publication of the Contest: MARCH 2014
Deadline for receiving works: 31st May 2014
Sitting of the Jury: June 2014
Announcement of the Jury decision , seminar and the opening of the post contest exhibition: September 2014
GRAND PRIX: 5.000 PLN and Statuetta
1st PLACE: 4.000 PLN
2nd PLACE: 3.000 PLN
3rd PLACE: 2.000 PLN
Sponsors’ prizes.
The Organizers have the right to the change in the amount of particular prizes, nonetheless, the total amount of prizes shall remain unchanged.
THE JURY: The Jury comprises of the Organizers representatives as well as artist dealing with art in practice or as theoreticians.
Both professional and amateur cartoonists are eligible to enter the contest.
Unlimited number of original works (format min. A4 – max. A3) in optional technique should be sent or delivered by May 31st, 2014 to the following address:
LSMDK DEBIUT (WİMBP) password: COMPETITION, 65-077 ZIELONA GORA, al.Wojska Polskiego 9 skr.pocztowa: 170, POLAND
The Organizers are not responsible for damage or loss during transportation!
The winners as well as cartoonists qualified to participate in the post-contest exhibiton shall be provided with a free copy of a catalogue published by the Organizers.
The winners receive their prizes on condition that they are either present at the opening of the exhibition or they indicate a bank account where the money is to be transfered.
The works become the property of the Organizers and shall be included in the collection of the gallery located in Province and Cities Public Library in Zielona Gora.
Every participant in the contest agrees to their free of fees delivery of works to the Organizers.
Every work delivered to the contest ought to be accompanied (on the reverse) with the readable author’s signature, address and a telephone number.
By sending their works to the contest the entrants agree to the mentioned regulations and they further agree to the free of fees publication of their works for marketing purposes connected with both: the contest and the exhibition.
The Organizers are the final judges in the interpretation of these regulations.
By sending his/her works and participating in the contest the artist agrees to the mentioned rules and regulations.
WEB: http://www.debiut.org.pl/
E-mail: debiut-zg@o2.pl

International cartoon contest Ruse 2014: To vote or not to vote / This time it's different

Europe Direct Information Center Ruse
Ruse 7000, 26 Alexandrovska str., p.b.169,
Royal City Center, fl.3, tel: 00359 82 507875,
direct_ruse@europe.bg www. ruse-direct.eu
International cartoon contest
To vote or not to vote
This time it's different
Ruse, Bulgaria
 Europe Direct Information Center, Ruse
 The European Institute, Sofia
 Ruse Art Gallery, 7000 Ruse, 39 Borisova str.
 FECO Bulgaria
Terms and conditions
The contest will focus at The 2014 European elections. The elections on 22-25 May will give voters the chance to influence the future political course of the European Union when they elect the 751 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to represent their interests for the next five years
Why are these elections different?
As the European Union seeks to pull through the economic crisis and EU leaders reflect on what direction to take in future, these are the most important European elections to date.
They not only allow voters to pass judgment on EU leaders' efforts to tackle the eurozone crisis and to express their views on plans for closer economic and political integration; they are also the first elections since the Lisbon Treaty of 2009 gave the European Parliament a number of important new powers.
One major new development introduced by the Treaty is that, when the EU member states nominate the next president of the European Commission to succeed José Manuel Barroso in autumn 2014, they will - for the first time - have to take account of the European election results. The new Parliament must endorse this candidate: it 'elects' the Commission president, in the words of the Treaty. This means voters now have a clear say in who takes over at the helm of EU government.
The new political majority that emerges from the elections will also shape European legislation over the next five years in areas from the single market to civil liberties. The Parliament - the only directly elected EU institution - is now a linchpin of the European decision-making system and has an equal say with national governments on nearly all EU laws.
І. Cartoon;
Terms for participation:
1. The contest is open for professional and amateur cartoon artists over 18 years;
2. Each participant could send up to 3 works /originals/ in A4 or A3 format;
3. Cartoons could be either color or black and white;
4. Deadline for receiving works 15.04.2014 on the following address:
Information Center Europe Direct Ruse
26 Alexandrovska str.,
Royal City Center, fl.3,
7000 Ruse, p.b.169
For Cartoon contest
5. Participants should send a short СV, as well as name and family name, titles of the works, postal address, e-mail address and telephone.
6. Jury:
 Ivaylo Tsvetkov – chairperson of FECO for Bulgaria, cartoon artist for newspaper Monitor, newspaper Telegraph and magazine Tema.
 Valentin Georgiev, cartoon artist, illustrator, artist;
 Elena Velikova, director Ruse Art Gallery;
7. Prizes:
І prize of the contest – plaque and diploma;
2 special prizes and diplomas;
SBH prize;
RAG prize;
FECO Bulgaria prize;
All awarded and selected works will be part of exhibition in Ruse Art Gallery and IC Europe Direct. Cartoons will not be returned. All cartoons will be included in collection of Europe Direct and will be included in travelling exhibition among Europe Direct Centers in Bulgaria.
8. Postal costs for sending works are covered by participants. There is no fee for participation;
9. Participation in this contest is considered as author’s agreement with present terms.
10. We wish success to all participants!
Opening of exhibition :
May 2014, 17.30 EET.
Ruse Art Gallery, Ruse, 39 Borisova str.
Contacts :
For all questions referring organization and terms of the contest you can write to: direct_ruse@europe.bg to the Europe Direct Ruse or to valyo1970art@yahoo.com Valentin Georgiev.


The United Nations / Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award for 2014

Award Grants:
The following provisions govern the granting of
The names of the winners of  Thirteen (13) prizes will be published on December 15, 2014, on the web site, together with their winning cartoons:
First prize, of US$10,000.00 and a plaque.
Second prize, of US$5,000.00 and a plaque.
Third prize, of US$3,000.00 and a plaque.
Ten (10) honorable mentions, in the form of plaques, all granted by the
Political Cartoon Awards committee.
All winning entries will be announced via the worldwide press and on the website. All winners' prizes, either financial and/or plaques, will be sent via U.S. registered mail on December 15, 2014, to the winners.
Rules for Exhibits:
1. Entries must be submitted in writing and addressed to
25 Columbus Circle, Suite 63E
New York, NY 10019
(No phone or fax calls or Emails, please). Entries for awards must be received on or before November 15, 2014, and represent work done from the beginning of September 2013, to the 15th of October 2014, reflecting the importance of human dignity, mutual respect and friendship among nations, as well as economic consideration and environmental responsibilities towards each other. While cartoonists may send in what ever they please, the contest does not encourage maligning member nations or their leaders.
Winning cartoons will be chosen for their high professional standards in art, political analysis of events, projection of events to come, humor, while also reflecting the spirit and principles of the U.N.
2. Entries for these awards may be made by any professional individual, and should consist of political cartoons printed in any publication published anywhere, in any language. The entry must consist of reproductions only. The cartoon reproductions will be accepted only as published, with name of publication, language, and date included, accompanied by a newspaper reprint, and translated into English. Exhibits are limited to two cartoons per person. Reproductions must be presented measuring no larger than 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Envelopes larger than 9 x 13 inches will not be opened.
THE COMMITTEE requires that every entry conform to the stated limits and size before it can be given any jury consideration. All exhibits should include no more than a 75 word biography, a picture of the entrant, and be in English or translated into English.
3. All materials including prize-winning exhibits become the property of THE UNITED NATIONS/RANAN LURIE POLITICAL CARTOON AWARDS COMMITTEE and will not be returned. Again: Only copies (not originals!) will be accepted for consideration. All material may be used for promotional purposes, including but not limited to inclusion in special United Nations albums or other albums and exhibits.
4. The decisions of the judges are final and irrevocable.
More: http://lurieunaward.com/home.htm.

7th International Contest of SNAIL Graphic Humor, Lleida 2014


Theme for the 7th International Contest of Caricature & Cartoon of Vianden 2014: Chair

The Museum of Caricature and Cartoon of Vianden with the cooperation of
Les Amis du Château de Vianden, Naturpark OUR and CartoonArt.lu
are pleased to announce their
1. Subject: The chair
2. Deadline: 3th April 2014
3. Prizes: 1st prize: 1500 €, 2nd prize: 1000 €, 3rd prize: 500 €, 3 honourable mentions.
4. Entries: Initially, each participant can submit up to 3 entries in digital format by sending them via internet to the following address: cartoon@caricature.eu. The author must include the following details in his or her e-mail: first name, last name, complete address, e-mail address, phone number and the title or the number of each submission. The specifications for these electronic submissions are as follows: format JPEG, good quality, and max. 1,5 MB per picture. Out of these submissions, the jury will make a selection of 60-100 drawings. Only the awarded artists will be invited to send the original work by mail. All these works will be shown as prints at the exhibition and in the catalogue. Their size should be between A4 (210x297 mm) and A3 (297x420 mm).
5. Technique: Free, black and white or in colour, without subtitles.
6. Prizes and exhibition: The announcement of the prizes and honourable mentions will happen on 3th May 2014 in Castle of Vianden and the exhibition will take place in the Hall of the Knights of the Castle of Vianden from 4th May until 1th June 2014. There are plans to display the exhibits in the Museum of Caricature and Cartoon of Vianden and in other cities.
7. Returns: The drawings that were awarded one of the prizes will become property of the organizer.
8. Catalogue: The authors whose submissions are selected for the exhibition will receive a free catalogue by mail.
9. Results: The results will be published on the website www.caricature.eu on 4th May 2014.
The award winners selected by the jury will be personally informed via e-mail or by phone. The final decisions of the jury are incontestable.
10. Copyright: The selected participants give the organizers permission to use their drawings only for promoting the artist and the event itself. Every other aspect of the copyright remains with the artist (except for the awarded submissions). It ensures that the awarded works can no longer be submitted in other contests or published by their authors or third parties after the official publication of the results.
11. Generalities: The submitted work should not have been awarded or published before the deadline of this contest. By taking part in this contest the participants accept the abovementioned rules.
12. Submission address for the awarded works :
Musée de la Caricature et du Cartoon de Vianden
48, Grand-rue L - 9410 Vianden Luxembourg
13. Further informations: cartoon@caricature.eu.
Rules in languages on WEB.


CCWPF 14th International Editorial Cartoon Competition 2014: Big Brother is watching you

The Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom 14th International Editorial Cartoon Competition
1. The theme for the 14th International Editorial Cartoon Competition is: Big Brother is watching you
Whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed how the National Security Agency worked with government agencies to spy on the private communications of millions of individuals. Further revelations disclosed how the U.S. agency used massive data collected by internet and telephone corporations to circumvent laws that prohibit government agencies from spying on their own citizens. Without protection from illegal and unwarranted surveillance, the private communications of individuals can be chilled, leading to massive self censorship, the shackling of free speech and the creation of a Big Brother society.
2. Prizes: three prizes will be given: a first prize of $1500 plus a Certificate from Canadian UNESCO, a second prize of $750 and a third of $500. All sums are in Canadian dollars. Ten additional cartoons will receive an ‘Award of Excellence,’ Regrettably no financial remuneration accompanies the Awards of Excellence.
3. Only one cartoon will be accepted from each cartoonist. It may be either in color or black and white and must not have won an award.
4. The size of the cartoon should not exceed A4; 21 by 29.2 cm; or 8.50 by 11 inches.
5. The name, address, telephone number and a short biography of the cartoonist must be included in the submission.
6. The Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom shall have the rights to use any of the cartoons entered in the Competition for promotion of our Editorial Cartoon Competition and World Press Freedom Day.
7. The winners of the Cartoon Competition will be announced at the World Press Freedom Day Luncheon held at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada on Friday May 2, 2014 as well as being advised by e-mail. The winner’s names and their cartoons will be posted on the CCWFP web site: http://www.ccwpf-cclpm.ca/
8. The winning cartoons will be exhibited at the luncheon.
The deadline for receipt of cartoons is 5 p.m. GMT, Friday, April 4, 2014.
Send submissions by e-mail to : info@ccwpf-cclpm.ca
Cartoons should be in jpeg format at 300 dpi.


Winners of the 5th New Izvestia Cartoon Contest 2013, Russia: Faster! Higher! Funnier!

1st Prize: Sergey TYUNIN (Russia) (Top)
2nd Prize: Sotiris ARNIS (Greece)
3rd Prize: Luc DESCHEEMAEKER (Belgium)
3rd Prize: Vasiliy ALEXANDROV (Russia)
Diplomas of Honor:
Mirko ZULIC (Montenegro)
Ester LAURINGSON (Estonia)
Alexander DUBOVSKY (Ukraine)
Musa GUMUS (Turkey)
Santiago CORNEJO (Argentina)
Anatoly RADIN (Russia)
Viacheslav BIBISHEV (Russia)
Sigit NUGROHO (Indonesia)
Ramses Morales IZQUIERDO (Cuba) (Below)
All winning cartoons here.

Sardines Competition Festas De Lisboa 2014, Portugal

Article 1
1. "Sardines Competition Festas de Lisboa’14" is the initiative of EGEAC, Empresa de Gestão de Equipamentos e Animação Cultural, E.M. (hereinafter called EGEAC) that aims to stimulate the participation of all in creating the image of the sardines that will be part of Festas de Lisboa’14.
2. The patrimonial author rights over the winning sardines belong exclusively and originally to EGEAC, according to Article 14, nr. 1 of the Portuguese Code of Copyright and Related Rights which includes the rights foresee in articles 67º and 68º of the same Code such as the reproduction, distribution and the communication to the public, which includes, namely, the disclosure, the publication in press or by any other means of graphic reproduction, public exposure, fixation, distribution, broadcasting by any process of sign, sound or image reproduction, the adaptation to any material support or the execution of any other transformations, the use in another work, the reproduction, direct or indirect, temporary or permanent by any means and in any form, in whole or in part.
3. The patrimonial author rights are EGEAC’s property definitively and without time limit.
4. For purposes of Article 14, nr. 4, of the above mentioned Portuguese Code, the use of selected and winner proposals for the purposes laid down in this regulation, does not confer upon its author(s) the right to any further financial provision or to any other benefit in kind, being the copyright originally, for those purposes, in the property of EGEAC.
5. The use for other purposes than those specified in this Regulation, in particular in commercial projects, such as publications or merchandising for sale, lack of prior contact with the concerned authors.
6. Not winning proposals, when used by its authors, must include a reference to the participation in the Sardines Competition Festas de Lisboa’14.
7. The participation in the present Competition, by the presentation of a proposal, implies the total acceptance of the conditions presented in this Regulation.
Article 2
(Conditions for participation)
1. This competition is open to all Portuguese and foreign, resident and non-resident in Portugal, legal or natural persons of all ages.
2. Are unable to apply in the present competition: EGEAC workers, as well as spouses, ascendants and descendants of the aforementioned.
3. Proposals may be submitted individually or collectively (co-authored); each candidate is allowed to submit a maximum of three proposals.
4. The candidates are responsible for the proposal’s originality, assuring its authorship and assuming all the responsibilities that may run from eventual complaints from third parties with relation to author rights, related rights and rights of personality.
Article 3
1. Questions on the interpretation of this Regulation should be send to the following email address: info@festasdelisboa.com.
2. The solutions for the situations mentioned above in the present article as well as for the omissive situations are EGEAC’s exclusive responsibility and will be disclosed by it and by the means considered convenient.
Article 4
(Proposals essential requirements)
1. The submitted sardine proposals shall be mandatorily original and unpublished.
2. Proposals must be recognized as sardines and not to be confused with any other fish. A basic sardine silhouette is provided in www.festasdelisboa.com .
3. The proposals legibility and adaptability to different means and communication materials of Festas de Lisboa’14 will be valued in the selection of the winners.
4. Sardine proposals may be executed with manual or digital techniques, under the following conditions:
a) proposals in manual techniques (on paper/cardboard, collage, photography or three-dimensional object) cannot contain perishable objects or materials;
b) the digital proposals should be presented as JPEG/JPG files (size up to 50 MB), on a format A3 (42 x 29,7 cm) and a resolution of 300 dpi;
c) the video proposals should be presented as MPEG/MPG or MOV files (size up to 50 MB).
5. Sardine proposals cannot contain any element of identification of its author(s) or any labels, including Festas de Lisboa label.
Article 5
(Mode, place and date of submission of proposals)
1. To take part in this competition, candidates will have to register on the website www.festasdelisboa.com .
2. After register on the website, the candidate may present its proposals by one of the following routes:
a) digitally, on the website www.festasdelisboa.com
b) via postal service, with registry and postal notice, addressed as it follows:
“Concurso Sardinhas Festas de Lisboa'14
(ID number – this will be given to you via email when you register your proposal)
EGEAC – Empresa de Gestão de Equipamentos e Animação Cultural, E.M.,
Palácio Marquês de Tancos
Calçada Marquês de Tancos, n.º 2,
1100-340 Lisboa”
The proposals sent by postal service will be accepted if its stamp is dated within the term previewed;
c) hand delivery, at our central office, Monday to Friday, from 9,30 a.m. to 6 p.m., addressed as it follows:
“Concurso Sardinhas Festas de Lisboa'14
(ID number – this will be given to you via email when you register your proposal)”
3. When the candidate is underage, the registry on the website should be done under the candidate’s name, however the parent/legal guardian will have to fill in a specific area with personal data.
Article 6
(Competition Phases)
1st phase: Reception of proposals and exclusion of those that don’t fulfil this Regulation;
2nd phase: Jury selection of 7 (seven) sardine winning proposals, from among all proposals validated for the competition.
Article 7
1. 7 (seven) sardines will be awarded.
2. To each winning proposal it will be given a monetary prize, in the amount of € 2,000.00 (two thousand euros), tax free.
3. Prizes will be given upon presentation of the candidate’s legal receipt.
Article 8
(Competition Jury)
1. All validated proposals are evaluated by EGEAC’s jury.
2. Proposals are evaluated anonymously by the Jury, without any identifying element of their authors.
3.The methodology adopted to evaluate the proposals to be selected is an exclusive decision of the Competition’s Jury.
4. Jury’s decisions are taken by majority, not permitting any recourse or reclaim over them.
Article 9
(Competition Schedule and divulgation)
1. The schedule to be considered by the candidates is:
a) Deadline for proposal delivery: 7th of March 2014; the proposals will only be considered valid since presented until 6 p.m. of the mentioned day;
b) Deadline for announcement of winning proposals by Jury selection: 15th of May 2014.
2. Winners (of the seven prizes) will be informed of the fact by email or telephone.
Article 10
1. The proposals delivered personally, or by post, which have not been selected can be reclaimed by their applicants, from the 1st to the 31st of October 2014. For this, an appointment should be scheduled via info@festasdelisboa.com
2. Proposals that have not been reclaimed within the time limit referred above become EGEAC’s property.
3. The originals of the winning proposals are EGEAC’s property, therefore cannot be collected by the respective candidates.
Source: http://festasdelisboa.com/concursosardinhas2014/regulationSardinesEN2014.pdf.


Sport is the theme in 8th international cartoon competition GRAFIKATUR 2014, Germany

8th international cartoon competition GRAFIKATUR 2014
The town Lübben (Spreewald) announces the 8th international cartoon competition “GRAFIKATUR” on the topic “sport”.
The cartoons to be submitted, at a maximum three, ought not exceed the size of 297 x 420 mm; they have to be without words and must be send in as a copy (they won’ t be send back).
The sender must be written down clearly on the back of each copy.
The cartoon should reach town administration until the 30th of June 2014:
Stadtverwaltung Lübben, Fachbereich II
Postfach 1551, D-15905 Lübben (Spreewald) 
Every participant who was judged with least one cartoon for the exhibition from 4th of November 2014 to the 30th of January 2015 will get a catalogue.
WEB: http://www.luebben.de/de/Kultur/News/Ausschreibung-Grafikatur.html.
Regulation in languages: http://www.luebben.de/content/media/1666_grafikatur.pdf.


The Forth International Productivity Cartoon Festival 2014, Iran

The Forth International Productivity Cartoon Festival, furnished with bags of experience from the previous three festivals, is again inviting all artists from around the globe to participate and help the organizers achieve their goals. They are supposed to play their roles in line with the responsibility they have in the society. Objectives which embrace one of the most significant human challenges in developing responsible behavior and drawing up a framework for a decent life in order to safeguard human resources and capitals, and provide more opportunities for man.
Having reviewed the previous festivals and the bagged experiences, the secretariat of the Forth Festival intends to add a main theme, on which the focus of the Festival will be, to lead the Festival toward the proposed subject so that other issues can be followed more specifically and the artists can concentrate on one subject and have a better chance to participate more in changing behaviors toward one single productive behavior...
We all believe that education is tied with the next generation’s future and gives life to the picture of the future, this is one of the most important human concerns and perhaps, for many of us, it is the most critical issue of life; therefore, the main theme of this year’s festival is based on this concept. Productivity in education system covers a wide scope. The following list is only some suggestions:
Teaching productivity and its concepts;
The impact of educating children on general productivity;
Technology and its role in education;
Effectiveness of teaching methods;
Managing negative impacts of education on the environment, such as harms of the internet;
Education for everyone;
The effect of education on reducing man’s future problems;
Education and learning through practice;
Education and learning through art;
Understanding cultural and ethnic diversity and respect as the output of education system;
Our expectations from the procedures of children’s education;
Productivity and …….
Like previous festivals, this year’s judgment will be done by international thinkers, scholars, and outstanding artists in the field of productivity. The judgment criteria are as follows:
Originality, innovation, and creativity
Capability to convey productivity concept and its pedagogical aspect
Relatedness with academic and theoretical aspect of productivity (in the sense of efficiency or effectiveness)
The employed techniques
Ability to prescribe and provide solutions
Terms and conditions:
Number of works: a maximum of three works can be sent for each subject
Works must be original (computer-made versions are also accepted, provided that the print out is signed by the cartoonist. The electronic version must also be sent in TIFF format with the resolution of 300 DPI)
Photographs and copies of the works are not acceptable. Works must range between A4 and A3 in size
There is no limitation in the employed techniques
A completed application form bearing a photo , and a brief biography of the artist must be sent along with the work
Sent works will not be returned.
Organizers of the Festival will try their utmost in keeping the works safe, yet they bear no responsibility against probable damages.
The secretariat of the Festival reserves all rights to publish and showcase the works sent to the Festival
Festival catalogue will be given to those artists whose works will be published ( please apply extreme attention in writing your mailing address and contact information in the form).
By Signing the application form, the artist agrees with the terms and conditions of the Festival
Deadline: May 22th, 2014 at the latest (EXTENDED: 22 JULY 2014)
Send your works to the secretariat of the Forth International Productivity Cartoon Festival: No. 164, 6th Boostan St., Opposite White Tower ( Burj-e-Sefid) , Pasdaran Ave., Tehran, Iran. Tel: +98-21-22768418
First prize: 3000 Euros and a Trophy
Second prize: 2000 Euros and a Trophy
Third prize: 1000 Euros and a Trophy
Ten other selected works will be awarded by the Festival’s sponsors
The group of international judges includes artists (cartoonist judges) and academics (management scholars)
Please send you queries to the following email address: info@productoon.com.
Children and Teenagers’ special Section:
Under-18’s can participate in this section
Each participant can send a maximum of two works
Works must be 20*30 cm in size. In case of sending the works via email, the resolution must be 200 DPI
Please write your full name, mailing address, telephone number, email address, your age, and your grade on the back of your works.
There is a separate judgment for this section; and the top five young artists will be awarded (cash prize and trophies)
Source: www.cwn-news.com.


The 8th International Exhibition of Satirical Graphic Bucovina 2014, Romania

The Bucovina Museum from Suceava invites you to participate to the International Exhibition of Satirical Graphic BUCOVINA - ROMANIA, the 8th Edition, 2014.
1. The International Exhibition of Satirical Graphic has as theme: “ B o o k
2. We address to all the professional and amateurs cartoonists regardless their age from all over the world.
3. The number of sent cartoons is maximum five (otherwise they will be disqualified).
4. Please attach in .doc format a brief presentation of your artistic activity (surname and name, exact address, e-mail address, a photo and your CV) (otherwise they will be disqualified)
5. The exhibition prizes is:
- Prize Bucovina = 500€ + diploma + gold medal
- Three mentions = diploma + medal.
6. The cartoons must be sent at the e-mail address: contact@artboa.ro and they must be of 300 dpi minimum resolution, A4 format, realized in any technique: black and white or colour, or the cartoons must be sent at the address:
Bucovina Muzeum,
Str. Ştefan cel Mare, no.: 33, Suceava, cod: 720003, Romania
7. All the events of the exhibition will be published in the web page of the Bucovina Museum http://www.muzeulbucovinei.ro/. All the artists who will enter for exhibition will receive the catalogue of the saloon.
8. If you want to participate at this event, please send your cartoons until 30th of April 2014.
9. The exhibition will be opened for the public in June 2014.
10. Caricatures sent, will not be returned, will enter the Museum's collection.
Members of Jury: Mihai Panzaru Pim – cartoonist; George Licurici – cartoonist; Ovidiu Ambrozie Borta BOA- cartoonist.
Manager artistic: BOA www.artboa.ro; www.artboa.blogspot.com.