We are pleased to announce that the Third Biennial Anguilla International Arts Festival will take place in November, 2002. We invite you to participate in this exciting event on our beautiful Caribbean island.
The competition is open to painters in all media under the theme "Tropical Images". Prize money for the competition will total over US $15,000 and several paintings may be selected to be featured as Anguilla postage stamps. Please see the Rules and Registration Form for more information.
Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in the week-long festival, which will feature artist workshops, sidewalk shows and sales, exhibitions and critiques. We look forward to see you there.
The Anguilla International
|1st Place||US $10,000|
|2nd Place||US $2,500|
|3rd Place||US $1,250|
|People's Choice*||US $1,250|
* Winners of 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will not be eligible for the People's Choice award.
CEO of New World Art and Antiques.
Author and leading expert on Asian art and antiques.
David C. Driskell
Leading Historian of African-American Art.
Recipient of the National Humanities Medal from President Clinton.
Professor at Maryland University.
Robert P. Metzger, PhD
Director and CEO of Reading Public Museum.
|April 30, 2002||Registration Forms, a maximum of 3 slides and an international bank draft in the amount of US $75 are due. Due to events of 9/11, mail for the original submission date was not delivered in Anguilla. Therefore, the deadline has been re-scheduled for April.|
|November, 2002||Art Festival and Competition|
Anguilla International Arts Festival
P.O. Box 550
The Valley, Anguilla, British West Indies
Telephone: (264) 497-2949 fax: (264) 497-2735