Bahrain: Design Competition Launched for Artists and Designers

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Bahrain Authority for Culture & Antiquities has recently launched “Table & Chair” Design Competition, as part of its continuous efforts to get the public involved in the artistic and cultural events, as the participants, artists and designers, above 18 years old, are encouraged to take part in the competition via the Culture Authority’s official website on www.culture.gov.bh

The competition  “Table & Chair” aims to enhance  creativity of the participants to discover the potential art manifestations of these two pieces, delve into their beautiful significations and functionalities, taking into consideration the shape, function and work environment.     

All participants who wish to take part in this competition, are, however, kindly requested to observe the conditions and requirements required; their creative works should be authentic and personal original masterpieces, and send their participation demands to BACA’s website before the deadline in September 2020.

The participation demand request should include statement of the different steps of design phases, details of research steps and data collection, as well as the development of the design, initial drawings and manuscripts and the detailed graphics, 3D drawings and the raw materials used attached with the sizes and dimensions.  Participants are also invited to send the design stereotype model not exceeding 15X15X15 cm to the Art Center attached with the participation request demand.

 After the end of the deadline of the final step of the competition, the Approval and Arbitration Committee will examine the requests presented, select the accepted demands, choose the winning demands and communicate with all participants through e-mail to inform them about the results of their participation. For more information on the competition and its requirements and conditions, please contact BACA on 17298745 or via e-mail via fineart@culture.culture.gov.bh


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