The Bruges Cultural Department presents
Cartoonale Brugge 2011: Revolution!
This year marks the fifth edition of Cartoonale Brugge!
Theme for this year is 'Revolution!', a subject that has been headlining the news for months and that may be interpreted in the widest possible sense. Can you find inspiration in the news of the Arab revolts that have taken the whole world by surprise, or in the green revolution? In the digital revolution and the instant success of the I-phone, Twitter and Facebook? Or do you have other original ideas on the subject?
Cartoonale Brugge is open to all creative minds. Every artist may submit up to three cartoons and the deadline for submission 27 July 2011.
Do not hesitate to participate; there are nice prizes to be won! From among all entries, the jury will select three winners who will be awarded with a cash prize! The winner will walk away with 1,500 euros, the second- and third-prize winners will receive 1,000 euros and 500 euros respectively. Click here for the contest rules. You can also obtain these from Cultural Department or via the City of Bruges website.
The best works will be exhibited in the 'Hal voor Cultuur", AC 't Brugse Vrije, Burg 11, 8000 Brugge, from 23 September until 12 October 2011, daily from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
For more information:
t: 050 44 82 72
Cartoon contest rules Cartoonale Brugge, Belgium
Article 1 – Concept
The cultural department of the City of Bruges organises Cartoonale Brugge, a cartoon contest followed by an exhibition. From among the entries, a jury will select a number of works that will be exhibited, and from among these exhibited works, the same jury will also appoint three prize-winners.
Article 2 – Organisational committee
The Organisational Committee consists of:
• The Alderman for Culture (chairman);
• Representatives of the Cultural Department of the City of Bruges.
All administration work concerning this contest will be carried out by the Cultural Department of the City of Bruges, A.C. ‘t Brugse Vrije, Burg 11, 8000 Brugge (050/44 82 84, 50/44 82 80, email@example.com)
Article 3 – The jury
The jury consists out of three members who are selected by the College of Burgomaster and Aldermen on the basis of their knowledge and experience.
The prizes will be awarded at the suggestion of the jury. Their decisions are final and cannot be challenged.
Article 4 – Prizes
There are three prizes: the first prize is 1,500 euro, the second prize 1,000 euro and the third prize 500 euro.
Article 5 – Theme: Revolution!
Article 6 – Participation conditions
The members of the organisational committee, the members of the jury and the curator of the exhibition are excluded from entering Cartoonale Brugge. Participation is free of charge. The entrant guarantees the originality of his/her works. Disputes and potential claims in relation to all forms of plagiarism etc. are the sole liability of the entrant.
Every participant can send up to three cartoons before 27 July 2011, by post to:
College van Burgemeester en Schepenen
8000 Brugge BELGIUM
The cartoons may also be hand-delivered, against receipt, at the following address:
A.C. 't Brugse Vrije
Opening hours: from Monday till Friday, from 8.30 a.m. till 12 a.m. and Tuesday afternoon also from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m.
In both cases, it is recommended to put the cartoons in a sealed protective envelope bearing the words “NIET PLOOIEN – DO NOT FOLD”. This will allow us to display the works in an orderly fashion.
The cartoons must be original drawings or digital prints on paper or on light cardboard. The maximum paper size is A3 (29,7 cm x 42,0 cm). There is no minimum size.
In addition, the registration form must be attached to the back of every cartoon.
All cartoons may be displayed at the exhibition or published in a virtual catalogue created for this purpose, without any financial compensation for the artist.
Furthermore, the cartoons may be used to make publicity for the cartoon contest and for the City of Bruges.
The three prize-winning cartoons will become property of the Municipality of the City of Bruges. The cartoonists who stated that they wanted their cartoons returned will receive their works by post. Cartoons returned will be handled with care, but the organizers cannot take responsibility for any loss or damage caused by the postal service.
By entering the contest, i.e. by sending in one or more cartoons, each entrant agrees to abide by the contest rules.
Article 7 – Exhibition and prize-giving
The exhibition will take place from 23 September 2011 till and including 12 October 2011 in the ‘Hal voor Cultuur’, A.C. ‘t Brugse Vrije, Burg 11, 8000 Brugge.
The exhibition is open every day from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. and entrance is free.
The public announcement and the prize-giving ceremony will take place during the vernissage on Friday 23 September at 7 p.m.
Article 8 – Disputes
All disputes over matters that are not dealt with in these contest rules will be settled by the organisational committee whose decision will be final and cannot be challenged.
Complete regulations and entry-form at source .
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