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Thursday 17 June 2010

Call for Entries: Aesthetica Creative Works Competition 2010

It’s here! At last – this year’s competition is more exciting than ever. With entries coming in from around the world, we are getting very energised.

I want to see your new work, read your ideas, gather inspiration and experience exactly what you are creating today and how this reflects, comments and debates with the topics of the day.

Here’s what you need to know for this year’s competition:

We are inviting all artists, writers and poets to submit their work into the Aesthetica Creative Works Competition 2010. Now in its third year, the Creative Works Competition is dedicated to celebrating and championing creative talent across three disciplines, identifying new artists and writers and bringing them to international attention.

•The Competition has three categories, Artwork, Poetry and Fiction.
•Winners and finalists are published in the Aesthetica Creative Works Annual.
•Winners of each category receive £500 prize money plus other prizes.
•Entry to the Creative Works Competition is £10
•The entry fee allows the submission of 2 images, 2 poems or 2 short stories.
•The deadline for submissions is the 31st August 2010.
•More guidelines on how to submit can be found online at www.aestheticamagazine.com/submission_guide.htm

CLICK HERE to download the Official Poster.

Last year's Art Winner: Image (c) Shadric Toop , Mind Map of Alan Thompson, photomontage, varnish, stains, acrylic paint, oil paint, electrical wire & solder on panel. 155 x 155 cm.

Winners and finalists of the Aesthetica Creative works Competition have gone on to represent Australia in the Florence Biennial, commissions for Channel 4, and have had exhibitions in London, New York and Paris. Check back soon for further information on last year's winners and finalists.

1 comment:

Sally Spedding said...

It was amazing to win last year's poetry section with my poem DEN, and I'd urge everyone who has something they quietly believe in, to have a go.
Good luck!

Sally Spedding

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