International Competition for Artists with Disabilities

Artists from one of Phoenix, Arizona's Sister Cities may participate in the International Competition for Artists with Disabilities.


Eligibility Persons: 19 years of age and older with a disability residing in the State of Arizona or one of Phoenix's nine sister cities: 

    • Calgary, Canada; 
    • Catania, Italy; 
    • Chengdu, China; 
    • Ennis, Ireland; 
    • Grenoble, France; 
    • Hermosillo, Mexico; 
    • Himeji, Japan; 
    • Ramat-Gan, Israel; and 
    • Taipei, Taiwan. 
Type of Art: Two dimensional watercolors, pastels, pen and ink, charcoal, photography, mixed media, and computer-generated art. 

Size: No larger than 24"x30" (60cm x 75cm, including matting). 

Theme: One World,One Place,One Home 

Entry Fee: $15 per entrant residing in Arizona; no fee for contestants residing in Phoenix Sister Cities. 

Judging: A panel of judges will evaluate entries on the basis of theme interpretation, composition and originality. 
Due Date: October 1, 2010. 

Prizes $500 first place; $300 second place and $150 third place as well as plaques. A certificate of participation to all entrants. 
Packing and  Shipping : Art should be well-protected for shipment and shipped so that it reaches Phoenix by the contest due date. 

Please send art to: AICCD 4545 N. 36th St. Suite 125A Phoenix, AZ 85018 
Awards Event Friday evening November 5, 2010 in Phoenix. 
Contact Person Mary Jane Trunzo at or call 602-224-0202 
Phoenix Sister Cities 
International Competition For Artists with Disabilities  2010 

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