FEEDING THE PLANET 2 FUTURE ENERGY
Creativity is 100% pure energy. Energy can innovate, create or better what already exists. This is the thought behind the contest "Feeding the Planet 2 Future Energy", which aims to reinterpret in an artistic way all necessary forms of energy for a better future. In other words, what can can the artist do with his/her pure creative, brilliant and visionary support to guide, foster and encourage the use of clean and renewable energy? Considering the important issue and its political, social and cultural relevance at world level, the contest is sponsored by the European Parliament and the EU Commission. The competition, sponsored by Moreno Panozzo - Fabbrica Pensante Milano, is addressed to creators of all artistic and cultural origin: painters, sculptors, architects, designers, fashion designers, graphic designers, photographers, decorators, engravers, writers, poets, musicians, of every age and nationality.
The works, which must be sent by August, 31, 2016, can be made in any form of expression and technique: oil, acrylic, ink, vinyl, watercolor, graphite, pencil, canvas, paper, wood, iron, ceramics, glass, plastic, recycled, recycling and alternative, without any limits. The dimensions of the works must be 22x22 cm with a thickness ranging from 5 to 8 cm. On the back of each work artists must write title, year, and author's signature.
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The total value of the competition is 65,000.00 euros. Artists will be awarded as a result of judgment of the Scientific Committee, presided over and directed by prof. Moreno Panozzo, based on the correspondence of the works to a number of specific criteria: close relationship with the theme of the project; sensitivity in interpreting the theme from an artistic point of view; originality in the use of materials, quantity of works presented; participation in multiple events project.
The creative can take part in the competition without any change on the membership contribution, presenting a different number of works: from a minimum of one to a maximum of four. Specifically, the competition sections differ according to the national context, international or global headquarters of which will exhibit the works. The categories are: ITALY (Italy); EUROPE (Germany, France, Poland, Austria); WORLD (Russia, China, Australia, Indonesia, South America, United Arab Emirates, United States of America), UNIVERSAL (Italy, Germany, France, Poland, Austria, Russia, China, Australia, Indonesia, South America, United Arab Emirates, United United States) . For the last section, four works are necessarily required, for a large exhibition held at the European Parliament in 2017.