We're inviting artists from all over the world to participate in our international exhibition and share their creative ideas on the topic of #freedom!

  • Deadline: 6 June 2023
  • Exhibition dates: 15 June - 30 June
  • Entry fee: 10€ per work
  • All media except video will be considered including 2D & 3D work, painting, sculpture, works on paper, printmaking, photography and mixed media.
  • Selected artists will be included in our online exhibition and in the Foundation's Art Magazine publication. All artists will receive a participation diploma.

Your participation includes:

MNR -prideART for Freedom

February 24th, 2023 marks the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. A year of war, suffering, cold, hunger, and death. That's why we want to do an exhibition on the subject of "war" or "peace". From now until January 22nd you can submit pictures, works, and works of art on the subject of "War, Escape, Expulsion..." or "Peace". The works do not have to be related to Russia or Ukraine. You should only deal with the above-mentioned topics. The exhibition will take place February 24-27th 2023.

Romano Cagnoni Award 22 Edition FREEDOM

Romano Cagnoni Award 2022 CALL FOR ENTRIES!

Starting 15 June 2021, the second edition of the Romano Cagnoni Award, an international photojournalism prize, is soliciting applications from photographers from all over the world. Promoted by the Romano Cagnoni Foundation, in collaboration with Photolux Festival and the support of LensCulture, the Award was born in 2019, in memory of the great photojournalist Romano Cagnoni (1935-2018), The Foundation’s aims are: to support photographers who investigate, with depth and participation, topics related to human condition, social and environmental change, humanitarian crises and the violation of human rights in the world.

An Indian Summer Open - Call-out

An Indian Summer, the UK festival celebrating South Asian culture, has opened submissions for its inaugural open art exhibition, An Indian Summer (AIS) Open, launched to mark the 10th edition of the festival since AIS first began in 2011.

Artists are invited to submit work exploring the theme of ‘Now We Are Free?’ and what it means to be free in today’s world. The exhibition will be curated by artist Ashokkumar Mistry with a panel of experts and festival stakeholders to choose four finalists and then a winner, who will be given a £500 cash prize. The three runner ups will be awarded a £200 cash prize each.

Submissions open 3 June and the deadline for submissions is 30 June 2020. The full brief and how to submit work will be live on our website from 3 June

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