Ifaa-International Fine-Arts Competition

It Is Your Chance as An Artist to Get International Recognition and Publicity For Your Artworks : The Ifaa Accolades For Arts, Crafts and Ready-made Design

IFAA invites entries of Fine-Art works i.e. art forms developed primarily for aesthetics, distinguishing them from applied arts that also have to serve some practical function. Entries are called in the fields of painting, sculpture, architecture, music, poetry, pottery, photography, conceptual art and printmaking as well as 3d works and installations.The IFAA, International Fine-Arts Design Competition is a premier annual juried design and art competition well received by artists, gallery directors and collectors in the international art community. The competition recognizes exceptional artwork and enables artist to reach international audiences, art buyers and press members.The International Fine-Arts Design Competition accepts a broad spectrum of art mediums and styles as long as they demonstrate artistic talent and creativity. IFAA is a renowned art contest that is juried by prominent scholars and art experts. It is a great opportunity for juror-selected artists to gain exposure by exhibiting their work in the international galleris as well as by being promoted in online and print promotions.Artists must prepare very high-resolution, professionally taken photographs and visuals of their works in order to be eligible for participation in the accolades. Furthermore an editorial text that explains inspirations and technique behind their art works shall accompany their works. Design-oriented art-works such as functional pottery, jewelry, clothing, accessories, furniture, functional art, video, film as well as classical art-work categories for large scale installations, sculptures, ceramics, 3D-works, paintings, drawings, graphics, illustrations, photography, assemblage and mix-media entries. Each type of entry will be judged separately.Exhibiting art work; having images presented in high quality publications; and having work seen by curators, gallery owners, press members and collectors is an important part of moving forward as an artist therefore the IFAA competition is designed to promote artists deserving support on their creative journey.Since 2009, IFAA has attracted established and emerging artists across the world. Entries are submitted online via the A' Design Award website (adesignaward.com) during the term of the competition, where a panel of independent judges review the artist submissions and short listed artists will be invited to exhibit their art-works.The quality of artwork submissions in the past has been impressive and IFAA is looking for better entries each year to award them with the coveted A' Design Award for Fine-Arts, providing award winners a series of services ranging from publicity to awareness creation and international dissemination through networking and publicity provided by the accolades.The winning artists of the IFAA accolades will receive extensive worldwide publicity in the form of marketing, press release announcements, communication to thousands of magazines, event announcement posts, extensive social media distribution, and promotion in order to make the art world aware of the artist’s accomplishments. IFAA encourages entries from artists regardless of where they reside and regardless of their experience or education in the art field to send their best art works. Please kindly note that artists must be over legal age to be able to participate in the accolades. Unlike other contests, this is a highly professional juried art call.The A' Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Award is to attract the attention of life-style and arts media to awarded artists by means of creating publicity and dissemination and also to separate you from the rest of the actors in the arts and crafts field by honoring the winners with a prestigious award.Entries to the International Fine-Arts Design Competition will be judged by a grand jury panel composed of academics from fine-arts, design and architecture fields, as well as professional designers and media members and the entries will be anonymous and blind-voted to ensure the participating works get a fair evaluation.Applications to the annual art competition shall be completed by February 28 each year. Entries can be entered online at adesignaward.com since the IFAA competition is annual, you could enter your works for the next year if you miss this years' deadline. Entries submitted early are given more priority, so even if you miss the deadlines, try to submit your works as early as possible.When submitting works, remember to create a perfect presentation of your artwork. There are guidelines available at the IFAA page describing how images shall be prepared to take part in the competition. Entrants are expected to further submit details and text about their works, especially those which explain more about realization method and inspiration points and unique properties.IFAA offers an exciting platform for artists to showcase their talent whether it be through painting, ceramics, interactive works, installations, sculpture, drawing or photography. With the addition of an online exhibition (plus the physical exhibition) award winning art works can be viewed by a larger audience than ever before, reaching journalists and art lovers worldwide.Laureates will get, in addition to the exhibition in Italy and yearbook publication; invitation to the exclusive gala-night dinner, translation of their awarded entries to 20+ languages, press release preparation and distribution to thousands of publications, and the award trophy and design excellence certificate.The competition is organized in three phases. The first phase called preliminary evaluation is free for all participants. Artists, designers and makers could enter their works online to get an early score and insights about their art works and installations. The second phase permits artists to nominate their works if their works pass the first phase. In the third phase, exhibition space allocation in Italy and yearbook publication is provided for free to awarded artists.The A’ International Fine-Arts Design Competition was established to promote creativity and excellence in fine-arts, by encouraging artists around the world to come up with better works that demonstrate creative ingenuity and artistic diligence. The ultimate aim of the accolades is to widen the public understanding and involvement with art and artists. Art-Work Featured in this article: Decor by Johanna Mårtensson, Or2 by Christoph Klemmt, Daphne by Fumio Hirakawa, Organica by Fabrizio Constanza, ‘…quel Genio Di Arturo!’ by Stefania Vola, Domescape by Chih Wen Chaw, Lagan by May Khoury, Mowraj by Dalia Sadany, Gregoria by Ito Kish, Fear by Birnur Derya Geylani, Nova by Chang Hee Lee, Isadora by Stefania Vola, Opx2 by Jonathon Anderson, Qadem Hooks by May Khoury, Mabrada by May Khoury, Loving Nature by Gabriela Delgado, S.joao Structure by Fahr 021.3, Artificial Topography by Ryumei Fujiki, Zip Tie Massimal by Design Office Takebayashi Scroggin (d.o.t.s)The International Fine-Arts Design Competition provides opportunities to worldwide artists to sell their work, to join art exhibitions, to be published and advertised to an international audience to push their career a step further. Enter your works today to IFAA Awards through adesignaward.com website by registering and nominating your best art works and installations.Exerpt:IFAA invites entries of Fine-Art works i.e. art forms developed primarily for aesthetics, distinguishing them from applied arts that also have to serve some practical function. Entries are called in the fields of painting, sculpture, architecture, music, poetry, pottery, photography, conceptual art and printmaking as well as 3d works and installations.The IFAA, International Fine-Arts Design Competition is a premier annual juried design and art competition well received by artists, gallery direc..

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