UNU Novi Sad is announcing


in the disciplines of: drawing, painting, printmaking and photography.

All four disciplines are equally graded, certificates are awarded to prominent artists and the best three artworks are rewarded.

The prizes are awarded by a jury composed of : Svetlana Suzdaljceva, academic painter (Pokrov – Rusija), Ljiljana Maksimović, art historian (Beograd – Srbija), Adnan Hozo, academic printmaker (Sarajevo – BIH) and Vladimir Červenka, academic photographer (Sr. Karlovci – Srbija).

The contest includes a combination of techniques, monotypes, collages… it DOES NOT include digital prints, architectural and design work.

Maximum artwork size is A4.

Note: the photographs must be developed. It is recommended to be from the same series.

Participation fee is 1000.00 RSD (regarding the number of sent artwork) the payment is made into the
Association’s account: 160-388507-10 with the indication: participation fee for the contest, recipient UNU Novi Sad. Fill in the application in capital letters and send it along with the payment slip and artwork to the following address: UNU Novi Sad, 21000 Novi Sad, Bulevar Oslobođenja 26/10 (with the indication: for the contest).

Foreign participants (outside Serbia) are not required to pay the
participation fee.

Each participant is entitled to participate with two artworks at most.

The submitted works will not be returned, but will instead become a
part of the UNUNS’s Legacy. UNUNS’s Legacy makes an indivisible whole and represents a cross-section of art in the 21st century.

The participants can choose between a given theme or a theme of their own choice. This year’s given theme is “Biserna grana” – traditional folk costumes throughout the world.

The organizers are obliged to regularly inform the participants of
all the exhibitions related to this contest through website, e-mail
or facebook page. The making of a digital and printed catalogue is planned.

The deadline for submitting the artworks is the 1st of August 2018, the jury will grade the artworks in September, and the opening of the exhibition will be in October at the “Mladost” Cultural Center in Futog, 42 Cara Lazara street. The application can be downloaded here.