The 2011 event will be in South Wales at Monmouth Leisure Centre on the weekend of 23-25 September.
BCRA Photo Salon: This is a place where everyone from beginner to seasoned professional can display their photographs. There are three main categories of competition - colour print, monochrome print, and digital files. Additional prizes include the prestigious Premier Trophy, best UK newcomer, cave life and the fun shot, judged by the audience 'laughometer'. There are prizes in all categories. Entries can be on the day of the event or in advance.
Video Media Salon: The term 'video media' is intended to encompass all depictions of moving images and sequences of pictures and the competition will cover any aspect of caves, mines or potholes. Entries will be screened at the conference and will be judged for their artistic, technical and aesthetic qualities with particular emphasis on artistic originality and innovation. Prizes awarded. Please note that entry forms must be completed in advance of the event - entries on the day are not accepted.
ISSA Art & Cartoon Salons: These are open to all forms of visual art, except photographs, including drawing, painting, print-making, sculpture and textiles relating to any aspect of caves and caving. Entries will be judged, this year, by a panel of judges. The art salon is organised for Hidden Earth by the International Society for Speleological Art. Entries can be on the day of the event or in advance but, if there is a limitation on space, priority may be given to entries received in advance.
Please note that if entering any of the Salons in advance each has specific deadlines for entries. For further information about each Salon and its awards and prizes please visit the competition website.
Competitions which meet all the standards set out in the Bill of Rights For Artists do not do any of the following -
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