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The 2010 Art and Work Awards in conjunction with World Architecture Festival

June 3, 2010
by Canadian Architect

On the 25th anniversary of the Art & Work Awards, the first International Art & Work Awards will be awarded at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona from November 3 to 5, 2010.


Entries are open to artists, art organizations, designers, architects, property developers and companies throughout the world. There are four Awards categories:


* Award for the world’s best work(s) of art commissioned for a specific site in a working environment. This category is open to companies, architects, interior designers, developers and artists.

* Award for the world’s best building designed to display art. This category is open to architects and designers.

* Award for the World’s best corporate art program.  This category is open to companies with art programs, art consultants, and foundations with collections.

* Award for the most outstanding contribution to art in the working environment. Nominations can be made by architects, artists, corporations or property developers.


High-profile judges will be selected to represent a broad spectrum of disciplines from different continents under the chairmanship of the architect Jack Pringle, PPRIBA.


Register here for your FREE associate account, to enter an award, or to purchase tickets. The submission deadline for entries is July 9, 2010, and the shortlist will be announced at the end of August 2010. The Awards will be given at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona, which runs from November 3 to 5, 2010.


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