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As the extraordinary year of 2020 comes to a close, one of the unifying sentiments that gripped the world has been that of gratitude for everyday joy. As a nod to the theme, Delhi-based art gallery DAG, unveils its exhibition The World Will Go On: A Gratitude Sale, a tribute to the simplicity of nature, culture and mythology. One of the featured painters and award-winning artist, Manu Parekh, elaborates on the concept of the event, “Institutions need to carry on their work even–or especially–when times are bad, since art is something beyond...
The popular iOS photo editing app Afterlight has upgraded its app which brings in most-powerful and user friendly features with it. The Afterlight 2 is a complete make-over of its predecessor Afterlight which is popular among the users. During the editing process the app uses a dark theme where focus is on the photos during the work. It has icons of various settings are placed in recognisable manner. Once the app is launched it opens up the images in camera roll where you can choose the image which need to be edited by tapping on the "use". Along the bottom...
Books became the most sought after recreation in 2020, thanks to the pandemic which shut people inside their houses. Reading books introduces us to an entirely different perspective of life and connects us to different people and ideas. The classical art works, drawing tips or behind the scenes craft of an animation, be it any kind, the artist gets greater knowledge through reading a proper art book. The art book collectives shared in our post will inspire and educate you if you happen to be an artist with a creative mind. Here we share some of the latest and...
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10,000 £
Natural History Museum, London
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, founded in 1965, is an annual international showcase of the best nature photography. The contest is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. The competition gives away prizes worth £18000 every year. The 56th Annual competition attracted more than 49,000 entries from around the world. With the successful announcement of winners, the competition for Wildlife Photographer of the year 2021 is now open. The owners and sponsors have once again been kind enough to share the following winning...
Landscape photography is one of our favorite genres. The overall winner and the category winners have recently been announced, and they will teleport you to the beautiful landscapes all over the world. You’ll agree, that’s what we all need right now. The Landscape Photographer of the Year 2020 is Chris Frost with his magical photo of Woodland Woods in Dorset. Winning the 13th annual contest earned him not only the flattering title of Photographer of the Year, but also the £10,000 prize. “Taken in spring of 2018 in a wooded area close to...
Photo Editor Pro is aa amazing and powerful photo editing app for Android phones. A very comprehensive photo editor and pretty much everything you could ever want to do on your phone. There are so many effects, stickers and features to apply to your photos. Photo Editor Pro is a fun and powerful photo editor that lets you quickly be pro, even if you've never edited a photo before. Build in photo collage feature, Photo Editor Pro will give you the look you want in seconds. Now you can enhance your images with this easy to use photo editing app and you can...
Global photography social network Agora's latest contest tasked its community with taking portraits of small things, and the resulting highlights run the gamut from an extraordinary close up of a tiny damselfly to some shots of humans eclipsed by the scale and majesty of Mother Nature. The top prize, voted on by Agora’s community of photographers, went to Bangladeshi wildlife and aerial artist Rafid Yasar. His winning shot zooms in on a Black Naped Monarch hatchling, presumably crying out for a meal. Yasar takes home US$1,000 for his winning photograph....
International Nature Photography Contest by CGTN - 26 January 2021
Contest Closed
CGTN 2020 Calendar + Gift
* Entry Fee: Free
CGTN Digital's second International Nature Photography Contest is now open! We are calling for submissions of great nature images taken in 2020 in any of these categories: wildlife, geography, environment, human and nature.   Target Dates Open for submission: 26 December 2020 Last date for submission: 26 January 2021 Announcement of winners: 10 February 2021 Fees: There is no entry fee. Prizes: Last year our prize was the CGTN 2020 Calendar limited edition. This year, shortlisted participants will receive a special gift and a...
Digital Art: Dada.nyc is the first digital art marketplace where artists can protect their artworks through blockchain. If you want to buy from this digital art marketplace, you need to have Ethereum cryptocurrency. This halloween 100s of digital art and illustrations by several artists around the world were available for purchase. You can also find limited edition digital art which range from rare artworks to very common artworks. Ethereum cryptocurrency is the new trend to buy artworks online. Imagine you have a very rare print on hand every time your artwork...
Toyota Dream Car Art Contest – 2020 invites entries upto 31 January 2021
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Toyota MasterCard
The Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest invites youth ages 4-15 to imagine all the interesting and cool things a car could do, draw that unique concept and enter it for a chance to win prizes. Flying cars, underground passages, space exploration or magnificent beasts: No idea is off limits. But there are some rules. The original illustrations must be done on paper using coloured pencils, crayons, markers and/or paint (any kind). No digital tools or elements may be used. All submissions must be accompanied by a completed entry form signed by a parent or...
Art of Building is an annual international photography competition run by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the competition attracts thousands of entries each year, as keen amateurs and experienced professionals battle for international recognition and two £1,500 cash prizes. This is a competition that celebrates buildings and the relationship people have with the built environment. If your photograph is selected as a finalist or is highly commended, it will be featured in public installations as the competition transforms construction hoarding...
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3000 USD
Nikon has a small global competition to launch next year. The Nikon Small World Competition is open to anyone with an interest in photography through the microscope. Nikon welcomes a broad range of subject matter, and any type of light microscopy technique is acceptable, including phase contrast, polarized light, fluorescence, interference contrast, darkfield, confocal, deconvolution, and mixed techniques. A glowing zebrafish wins the 2020 Nikon Small World photography contest.The 2020 competition has winners who are professional and hobbyists as well. The prize-...
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G94J+RP Berlin, Germany
* Entry Fee: $6.55
Yayoi Kusama is one of the world famous Japenese artist. Her art installations with specific set of patterns is one of the favorites in the art industry. She is 65 years old and for the past 35 years she has been setting up beautiful art installations. Her infinity mirror art installation a collection of her past 35 years work will be set up in Germany for public view. The art installation exhibition will start on September 4 2020 and end on January 17, 2021. Timings Wed - Mon : 10:00 - 19:00hrs Tues is closed. Price Until March 26(Early bird offers): regular $...
Serif released their fully featured photo editing app Affinity Photo for iPad early in this year. Affinity Photo for iPad features a complete set of retouching tools such as cloning, healing, dodge and burn, and frequency separation capabilities built in. Non-destructive editing can be done with various layer-based adjustments such as curves, white balance, shadows and highlights, hue/saturation/luminance, and more, plus masking abilities to isolate changes. The new update released for the photo editing app will take on the advantage of the capabilities...
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Bayfront Park, Sarasota, Florida
Embracing our differences uses the power of art and education to expand consciousness and spread open-mindedness to celebrate human diversity through their annual, large-scale, juried art exhibition and a comprehensive series of educational initiatives, programs and resources designed for teachers and students. They hold the pride of hosting over 3,000,000 visitors and 360,000 students since 2004 for a very special opportunity to experience the importance of diversity and inclusion in our lives. The exhibition will feature artwork created by local, national and...