Mr Brainwash Special Showcase Competetion




This is a competetion with a big prize!  $20,000 to be won

Hi Everyone,

Mr Brainwash would like to introduce you to “Your Art Here” an all styles visual contest with a New York City theme for which I am part of the jury – giving aspiring artists the opportunity to gain valuable exposure.

Check out www.yourarthere.com to participate.

It’s A Wonderful World PO Box 481203 Los Angeles, CA 90048

Join the contest or vote for your favorite artwork

What: An online art contest
Where: yourarthere.com
Theme: New York City

The world is filled with talented artists. Recognizing that talent is becoming increasingly difficult. That is why H&M
now introduces ‘Your Art Here’ – an all styles visual arts contest, with a New York City theme – giving aspiring artists the opportunity to gain valuable exposure by exhibiting the winning artist’s work in the window of the H&M store located at 42nd Street and 5th Avenue in New York City.

The winner will also receive:
– $5,000 stipend to support an up-and-coming art career
– $500 H&M gift card
– Roundtrip airfare and accommodations in New York City while installing the piece in the store window.
– Up to $15,000 installation budget.

Visitors to the website get to vote on their artwork of choice and the top ten vote getting artworks will compete in a final round where they are reviewed by a panel of judges from H&M and art world personalities, including:

– Thierry Guetta, AKA Mr. Brainwash
– Nancy Barton, Professor of Art and Art Education at Steinhart NYU
– Daniel V, the blogger behind JazJaz
– Adele Treschow, designer and contemporary artist

All entries must be received by October 15th, 2010.

Be creative. Get noticed.

Duration 01 November 2010 - 01 December 2010
Times see website
Cost free
Venue NULL
Address H&M store located at 42nd Street and 5th Avenue New York City 10022, ,
Contact / / www.yourarthere.com

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