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Visual Arts сompetition “Exit Permit” is extended until July 14!

Written by on Thursday, 26 June 2014
Culture and History, Exit Permit
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Transitions Online, an English-language magazine covering Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and NewEurasia, Central Asia’s first and largest citizen-journalism network, are looking for the most promising visual artists in Central Asia to participate in our new competition for the visual arts, “Exit Permit.”

The competition is open to painters, photographers, and videographers aged 35 or under who are citizens of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, or Uzbekistan. Submitted works must deal with the topic of migration.

To enter the competition, please visit website http://exit-permit.net/ and submit until July 14 either 1 scan of an original painting, 1 original photograph, or 1 original video of no more than 15 minutes. You must also complete the form below. If you are selected as a winner, you will be required to send an electronic scan of the photo page of your passport to confirm your age and citizenship.

There will be one winner for each category (3 winners in total) chosen by a distinguished jury of visual artists. Each winner will receive 200 euros. Winners and runners-up in each category will also have their works showcased on our websites, which reach a combined audience of 65,000 viewers every month in North America, Europe, and the former Soviet Union.

The deadline for submissions is 14 July 2014. We expect to announce the winners in July 2014. For questions please contact contest@exit-permit.net.

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