World Press Cartoon 2022, Portugal
1. FEATURES AND SCOPE OF THE SALON
a) The World Press Cartoon comprises three categories: Editorial Cartoon, Caricature and Gag Humour.
b) Within Editorial Cartoon all works shall be considered that deal with specific news & current affairs issues and events.
c) Within Caricature, only caricature works in the strict sense are considered, with only humorous portraits being allowed.
d) Within Gag Cartoon, works shall be considered that deal with themes that are not directly related to current affairs issues.
e)Authors should submit to competition the works they consider to be of the highest level. However, this being an international salon, the organisation draws attention that characters, themes, and events of a more universal outlook are the most suitable.
2. IDENTIFICATION OF WORKS AND AUTHORS
a) Each work submitted to competition is required to have one entry form and identification label, fully filled and readable.
b) Each entry form must be pasted on the back of the corresponding work.
3. ADMISSION OF WORKS
a) Only the works that have been published between 01 January 2021 and 31 December 2021, in newspapers or magazines of regular publication and on sale to the public, or in online publications of recognized journalistic nature, are accepted for competition.
b) Authors may submit to competition up to three works, one single work for each category of the salon: Editorial Cartoon, Caricature and Gag Cartoon.
c) For works created by using traditional techniques, only the originals are accepted. No reproductions.
d) When elaborated by digital or mixed techniques, works in high resolution prints are admitted if signed by the author, and techniques and software used must be mentioned in the registration form.
e) Format of the works cannot exceed the A3 European standard measure: 420 x 297 mm.
f) Works published on paper printed media must be accompanied by the full page of the respective press publication as well as the front 1st page of the newspaper or magazine in which the competing work was published.
g) Works published online must be accompanied by a print screen of the site page where they were published, with date and title of the publication clearly visible. The access link must be entered on the registration form.
h) Works with captions, subtitles or other words must be translated into English, and are to be included in readable fashion on the registration form.
i) Works competing in the Caricature category must include on the entry form the portrayed character's name, nationality, and media relevance.
j) The works must be sent to one of the addresses made available by the organisation, by the postal limit date of 31 January 2022.
a) The entry registration act of a work automatically implies the transfer of the respective reproduction rights for non-commercial purposes.
b) The works that win a prize and the ones awarded an honourable mention become the property of the World Press Cartoon organisation, hence implying automatic transfer of all copyrights.
a) The works must be sent in flat packaging, protected between two rigid cards.
b) On the package front, clearly visible, the following must be written: NO COMMERCIAL VALUE/ SEM VALOR COMERCIAL.
a) The organization of the World Press Cartoon, under guidance of the Salon´s Director, shall select the works that are to be included in the public exhibition and its catalogue.
b) Prizes and Honourable Mentions shall be awarded by a five-member international jury including the Salon´s Director, who chairs it.
c) The jury decisions are taken by majority vote and are not subject to appeal.
d) According to the assessment made on the quality standard of the competing works, the jury may not award all the expected prizes.
a) In total, 10 prizes will be awarded according to the following structure:
GRAND PRIX - 10 000 €
1st Prize-3000€ | 2nd Prize-2000€ | 3rd Prize-1000€
1st Prize-3000€ | 2nd Prize-2000€ | 3rd Prize-1000€
1st Prize-3000€ | 2nd Prize-2000€ | 3rd Prize-1000€ .
b) The Grand Prix will be chosen from the 1st Prizes of the three categories of the Salon.
c) The author distinguished with the Grand Prix will receive only the value attributed to that prize, hence not accumulating with the 1st Prize value of the won category.
d) The prize value amounts are subject to subtraction of legal taxation as valid at the time of its attribution.
e) Prizes are symbol translated by a trophy and also authenticated by diploma.
f) Works distinguished by Honourable Mentions will be symbol translated by medals and also authenticated by diploma
8. EXHIBITION AND AWARDS CEREMONY
a) The exhibition of selected works and the awards ceremony will take place at the CCC – Cultural and Congress Centre of Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, on a date to be announced.
b) The winning authors will be invited to take part in the awards ceremony and inauguration of the public exhibition.
9. CATALOGUE, WORKS RETURN AND OTHER DISPATCHES
a) Participants with selected works for the exhibition will receive one copy of the catalogue as well as a participation certificate.
b) Additionally, authors distinguished with Honourable Mentions will be sent the symbol representation medals.
c) The competing original works will be returned to their authors, whether or not they are part of the exhibition, except those Prize awarded and the ones distinguished with Honourable Mentions.
d) Competing high resolution print works shall not be returned.
e) On the registration form, the author must indicate updated full data of his postal address, to be used for returning works and catalogue and certificate sending, with info like name, street, door number, and other useful references like town, postal code, and country.
f) For this purpose, P.O. Boxes will not be accepted as postal addresses.
g) The organisation of the World Press Cartoon will not resend packages returned by postal services, and therefore, authors should provide timely information on any possible change of address after sending their works to contest partaking.ORGANIZATION WORLD PRESS CARTOON 2022
Av. RESSANO GARCIA Nº 36 1º DTO - 1070-237 LISBOA PORTUGAL