|Organised and sponsored by the International Artist's Museum|
and Fischer Pharmaceutical Industries
|You are cordially invited to take part in a unique international competition: Art for Peace. The competition will be launched on March 1st, 1997, and entries will be accepted until December 31, 1997. The competition is open to professional artists worldwide.|
|Works of art employing drawing, painting and photography expressing the theme of peace and co-existence among nations.|
|We recommend that each work of art should not exceed the measurement of 100x150cm (40x60in.).|
|The final conditions for participation will be announced via the Internet, and through the various branches of the International Artist's Museum - see addresses attached.|
|All works of art entered should be photographed for presentation on the Internet. Selected art works, will be shown on the Internet sight that has been created especially for this competition. http://www.art-peace.com|
|All entries will be submitted to a committee of judges, headed by Mr. Emmett
Williams, the President of the International Artist's Museum, Mr. Ryszard
Wasko, the Museum's Director, Doron Pollak, Dafna Moriya, Dvora and Dr.
Eli Fischer, founders of Fischer Pharmaceutical Industries. |
The committee will assemble in Europe at the beginning of 1998 to choose the best 100 works of art which will be shown on the Internet. The top 30 submissions will be exhibited in the International Art for Peace Gallery. The creators of the five best works will be invited to a symposium of art to be held in Israel during 1998.
Works of art that reach the final stages of the competition may be purchased by the Gallery and added to the International Art for Peace collection. The Gallery is a non-profit organization, aimed at educating and promoting the idea of Peace and co-existence.
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