Art Challenge Wales

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Q & A’s

Every Sunday at noon, the front page of the website will detail the new subject/theme. You will have until the following Saturday Midnight to submit your artwork. The art work needs to be emailed to info@artchallengewales.co.uk and the image needs to be not larger than 2mb’s.

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A week. You must submit a clear image of the work by midnight Saturday 18th April. Please ensure that the image has the correct resolution for transfer to our website to view. You will be given a new subject on Sunday 19th and so on.

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It doesn’t matter at this stage as we only need a photographic image. The easiest thing to do is take a photo with your phone and email the image over to info@artchallengewales.co.uk, the image must be less the 2mb’s.

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These are early days so we are expecting teething problem’s, you will have to bear with us. It is anticipated that 300 works will take most of the week to be judged and marks will be made available on the website in due course, in the meantime you’ll be carrying on with your next project.

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Yes, we are working towards this but it may not be possible to show all 300 + images each week. So we plan to start by publishing a random selection of around 20 pieces of artwork for each category on the website.

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Given the nature of the competition and the availability of materials you can use whatever you can find. Oils, acrylics, water colour, pastels, crayon, pencil.

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No. You can use whatever works for you. Photography, collage, sculpture, clay, installation, you choose. Just remember each work will be judged from one photographic image so don’t make it too difficult for yourselves.

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We have one main judge who has a lifetime’s experience judging art work both here and abroad. He can call in assistance at anytime to ensure impartiality and fair play etc.

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At the moment we see it lasting for four weeks at least. Just long enough to maintain interest.

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