The City of Kragujevac remembers the most brutal atrocities in Kragujevac when on 21st of October 1941 the Fascists executed several thousand civilians and sincerely hopes that such atrocity will never repeat and that the peace in the world will prevail.
The City of Kragujevac announces International competition 14th Antiwar Cartoon Salon "Kragujevac 2007"
Deadline: 10 September 2007
The international jury will make the selection of the submitted cartoons and decide which works will be exhibited and published in the salon catalogue. Also, the jury will award the following prizes:
Gold plaque & 1000 US$
Silver plaque & 800 US$
Bronze plaque & 500 US$
Award of the Mayor of Bydgoscz ( Poland ) in the amount of 750 €
Award of the City of Ingolstadt ( Germany ) in the amount of 500 €
Award of the City of Bielsko Biala ( Poland ) in the amount of 500 €
Award of the City of Suresnes ( France ) in the amount of 500 €
Award of the City of Pitesti ( Romania ) in the amount of 500 €
The cartoonists and fine artists from all over the world are invited to take part in the salon.
The applicants should submit the maximum of 3 (three) original works on the antiwar topic and understanding and solidarity among the people, which are not been previously awarded on some other international competitions.
The dimensions of works should be maximum 35x35 cm, art technique is at the choice of the artist. Also, electronic form with original signature of the author should be submitted.
On the back of all the cartoons should be written the personal details about the author: name, surname, address, phone/fax, e-mail.
The works should be sent by September 10, 2007.
The jury session will be held on September 14 and 15, 2007.
The cartoons should be sent to the following address:
SALON ANTIRATNE KARIKATURE
City of Kragujevac Trg slobode 334000 Kragujevac Serbia
The Salon Exhibition will be held within October festivities in the Gallery of National Museum in Kragujevac. The opening night is scheduled for October 20, 2007.
The Salon reserves the right to exhibit and reproduce the cartoons sent to the competition without any remuneration to the authors.