Submission Guidelines

Application Deadline: Sunday, February 14, 2016

IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING TO PARTICIPATE IN THE COMPETITION FROM JAPAN, PLEASE SEE THE SUBMISSION RULES HERE.

Selection for the exhibition will be conducted from photographs (slides or digital photo images on CD's will not be accepted). Only printed photographs (digital or otherwise) will be accepted for consideration. No submissions via email. Only 1 entry can be submitted per artist. The exhibits are limited in size to a maximum of 18 inches (45 cm) in any dimension.

To enter, please send photographs of your artwork related to this year's theme, completed application form, an entry fee and a self-addressed stamped envelope.

You will be notified if your work has been accepted for exhibition. We will inform you as to where and when your exhibition piece should be delivered at that time.

1) Photographs

Photos must be printed in a standard image size (4X6, 5X7 or 8.5X11 inches). Please indicate your name and the title of the artwork on the backside of the photographs. Your submission materials will NOT be returned. Therefore, please be sure to make a copy of your submission materials. NOTE that your submission materials will NOT be returned. Therefore, please be sure to make a copy of your submission materials.

2) Application Form Please download the application form below.
Download Application
3) Entree Fee

There is a nonrefundable entry fee of $35 per artist, $30 for students (please include a copy of student ID with the application). Please make check payable to the Ceramic Artist Friendship Association, Inc. Please indicate your name on the check.

Please call Mako at 212-268-1711 for any questions.

4) SASE

Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Mail to
Ceramic Artist Friendship Association, Inc.
200 E. 61st Street, Suite 35C
New York, NY 10065

Sales
Sales will be encouraged and there will be a 50% commission.

Contact
If you have any questions, please contact Mako Nishimori, 212-268-1711

Note: Although every effort will be made for safe handling of the exhibition pieces, participation is at your own risk.

16th Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition is supported by: