Money Art Competition
Money Art Competition
The Money Festival team challenges YOU - everyone from around the globe to submit artwork expressing your relationship, your feelings towards money, your perception, your understanding of money, in creative, responsible and sustainable ways all with the chance of winning amazing prizes.
In order to qualify your entry you must meet our marking criteria. All entries will be judged by the Money Festival Team under specific criteria. Then upon receiving all entries and deliberating the winners yes winner(s) - not one not two but FIVE will be announced.
This is your chance to express yourself and feel empowered about money! Join the Money Festival 2020 Movement!
What Are We Looking For?
All work submitted must be the original work from the participant.
Is sustainability integrated in your artwork as a concept?
Is your artwork addressing at least one of the Sustainable Development Goals?
Did you address the issue of poverty in your artwork?
How Does The Competition Work?
● Creative Writing
We are looking for poems, essays, short stories that reflect your relationship with money. Maybe share your thoughts on how money will continue to shape the society? Or tell us how you imagine that money got created in the first place. Why not write a poem on how we can use money to bring wealth and peace into the world for everyone? (No more than 500 words).
● Visual Art
This category is designed for visual artists. Here we address paintings, sculptors, photographers, illustrators, animators, filmmakers and DIYers. We are searching for genuine artworks that express how an artist like you relates to the concept of money. Let your imagination fly and share with us your unique perspective on this delicate and controversial matter. (For photos please use JPEG as format and send maximum 2 pictures; animations should be 1 minute and short films 2 minutes.
● Performing arts
For those looking to be in the spotlight, here is your place. Did you just write an inspiring song or have you found one that showcases how you feel about money? Send us a recording of it - audio (mp3 format), video (mp.4 format). Do you enjoy acting or do you feel like expressing your thoughts out loud in front of a camera? Then take out your phone, or professional camera send us a video of you!
Before submission, please make sure that you include the following information:
1. Name of the artwork
2. A description of your artwork in approximately 100 words
3. Your name