What is EWAAC (East-West Art Award Competition) 2016 LONDON ?
This is the seventh year of EWAA competition. However, originally, the company established in 1996 in London to provide artists from Japan and in the UK with opportunities to exhibit their works together and meet through various events that the company organize. Then more and more artists from Europe, USA and Far East, South East Asian countries wish to join us so that the name was changed to EWACC(East-West Artists and Culture Club, East-West Art Bridge) and now there is no border of nationality and fields for our artists.
EWAA Competion (Head judge is Colin Wiggins of National Gallery London) has been expanding every year rapidly and we are expecting a tremendous response from new artist of many nationalities with a great diversity of high-quality work.
1. To provide artists and film-makers in the world with an annual opportunity to present their work and show their talent. There are six categories to enter.
2. To promote, through the appreciation of art, cross-cultural relationships between artists in the East and West. In order to support this we will organise various artists exchange exhibitions and events regularly.
EWAAC is not just an Open Exhibition
The first selection will be made by our International judges online ( for 30 days) and finalists will be selected and invited their real work to exhibit at La Galleria, London (subject to T & C) to decide winners. if you enter
3 art works or more you will be given Profile Page which is very useful and you can produce by yourself with a manual. See sample
Click here. For video category,
winning works (short film / animation) will be promoted to show at our World Tour programme.
Grand Prize: £2000 or £1000 + automatic selection for our Artist in Residence in Kyoto which includes one week exhibition at fantastic Japanese style gallery in Kyoto. (see more information:
Best in Category Prize: £100 x 7
Olympus Prize for Photography: Olympus E-M1 camera + 12-40 Pro Zoom Lens (RRP=£1499.99)
Suwa-Garasuno-Sato Prize for Best Glass Work – £180 + exhibition and sold in Suwa, Japan
Runner-Up and 3rd Place Category Prize: Certificate of Merit
Raymond Brownell Prize – Certificate of Merit
Best Student Prize – £100
Encouragement Prize – Certificate of Merit
All finalists: will be invited to exhibit in London in October (subject to T & C)
Lucky Entry Prize : Free accommodation in Kyoto or UK for a week by draw
from all entrants of EWAAC 2016.
Category to Enter
2D-1 : Painting, Drawing, Mixed media, Illustration, Water colour etc.
2D-2 : Printmaking, Wood cut, Etching, CG or anything can make copy
3D : Sculpture, Ceramics, Crafts and other 3D works
Photography: Single, Series, Story by normal or digital camera
Contemporary-II: Installation, Conceptual etc any unconventional expression.
Video : Short film / Animation within 5 minutes and upload to VIMEO (public)
Suwa Garasuno Sato Prize: all glass art works
Call for Entries : April 1 - July 12, 2016 (Deadline :12 July GMT 2016)
Selection : 25 July - 25 August
Announcement of finalists : 1 September
Finalists' Exhibition : 18 - 22 October
Opening Party: 18 October (6:30 - 9:00pm)
Award Ceremony: 20 October(6:00 - 9:00pm)
Who and What can enter?
• All applicants must be artists (including video) or art students over the age of 18 in any nationality.
• There is no theme – so any subject matter is allowed.
• Work should have been produced in the last five years and not yet been awarded any prizes.