epi Artists Exhibition 2021
The epi Artists Exhibition has become a tradition in the cultural life of epi. Opened for the first time in 1991, it was followed by further events in 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2018.
Throughout the years, the Exhibition has taken place in the foyer of the EPO which offered the possibility to present the artworks to a wide audience.
The interesting works on display have ranged from paintings to graphical and fine art works, such as ceramics, sophisticated watches and jewellery, and artistic textile creations.
This year is the Exhibition’s 30th anniversary and our desire is to continue this worthwhile and thought provoking artistic tradition.
Covid 19 restrictions required us to organize the Exhibition in a virtual manner on the epi website.
As already announced, a special website for the presentation of all epi Artists and their artworks will be launched in October and we are very pleased to provide an exciting and user friendly platform for artists to present their artwork to an even wider audience.
A prerequisite for each Exhibition is a large number of artists wishing to present their skills and artworks. Therefore, we hope that the virtual platform proposed for 2021 will motivate even more participants from all the contracting member states to take part.
All creative epi members and epi Students are warmly invited to participate by submitting the Registration Form after login.
The deadline for the registration is 13 September 2021
Please note that until 13.09.2021, every artist has the possibility to revise and to edit his/her Registration Form and/or to add further art works to their portfolio.
For any further information or assistance, please contact the epi Secretariat.
Terms and Conditions
All participating artists agree that bibliographical data (other than contact details) and submitted information/will be published on the epi Artist Exhibition’s website.
Contact details will be treated confidentially and will only be used by the epi Secretariat to contact the artists.
The artworks will only be used for the agreed type of use and purpose. Any other and further use is only permitted with the consent of the artist. The artist who has submitted the images and text contributions to epifor publication is solely responsible for the legality of the contributions submitted, as well as for the authorisation to pass on rights of use to the images.
Please note that all contributions to the epi Artist Exhibition have to respect and esteem religions and beliefs, political views and human dignity.
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