eligibility & guidelines

The Artadia Awards application process is open to all visual artists who:

Conflict of Interest Policy: Artadia requires jurors to disclose any potential conflicts of interests. If a personal relationship exists between a juror and an applicant, which may compromise the ability of the juror to act as neutral evaluator, the juror is required to leave the room during jury deliberations and abstain from voting for that applicant.


Participating cities with active awards programs are currently:

 

 

About the Application

The Artadia Awards online application includes an applicant profile section, an area to submit a C.V. (curriculum vitae/artist resumé), artist’s statement and eight (8) images of artwork and/or details; or Video/Media/Sound. Time-based media submissions may be sent by mail in addition to, or in lieu of the 8 digital images submitted online. The jury will review up to 5 minutes of the submitted Video/Media/Sound. Complete details are available once an application is initiated and the eligible applicant logs in.

 

About the Jury Process

Artadia convenes nationally recognized panels of jurors from around the country for two rounds. In the first round a jury of three reviews applications and determines a shortlist of 10 Finalists for the Artadia Awards. The second jury of three then meets with the shor-tlisted Finalists in studio visits, each up to 45 minutes after which 5 awardees are announced (2 awards of $15,000 and 3 at $5,000). Public programs with the awardees follows in the subsequent year. Please click on the panelists link to the left to access a full list of past jurors.