3rd international Art Festival - Chania 2005

  3rd international Art Festival - Chania 2005 Omma Center of Contemporary Art is organizing the third International Art Festival in June 2005 at the NEORIA public exhibition center in the Old Town of Chania, Crete, Greece. The exhibition space, a converted 15th century vaulted Venetian shipyard, is over 4000 square meters in area. It will be the largest
art exhibition ever held in Hania and one of the largest ever held in Greece, and will be covered accordingly by the local and national media.

3rd international Art Festival - Chania 2005 Artists from all over the world can participate, with painting, mixed media, sculpture, photography, digital arts, installations. Each artist will participate with two works (no size limit). Galleries can participate with a group of four artists each.

Participation fee for artists 350 Euros
Participation fee for galleries 1300 Euros (group of 4 artists) 3rd international Art Festival - Chania 2005 Only artists who received an email for acceptance can submit the application
form to confirm their interest.

One of the works and a short biography of each artist will be included in a
full color catalogue which we will publish for the exhibition Each artist will
get two copies of the catalogue for free.

Slides or photos of the works must have been received by March 15, 2005.

Post address:
Omma Center
43 E. Venizelou
731 32 Chania
Crete - Greece

Apply by sending at least 5 JPG or Gif photos (no more than 250 kb each) to:
omma@omma.gr, dealine for participation February 15, 2005

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