The 2013 Hunting Art Prize
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After submissions have been reviewed to ensure compliance with contest rules, entries will be judged according to a two-tiered jury process. A panel of jurors will first evaluate the digital files and select individuals to move on to the final tier of judging. Those chosen will be asked to submit the original artwork represented by their digital file for consideration in determining the winning piece.
All finalists will have an opportunity to display and sell their work at the annual Hunting Art Prize gala, where the winner will be announced. The 2013 event will take place on May 4 in Houston.
But There's More.
Each year in connection with the competition, Hunting PLC, the international oil services company that sponsors the prize, proudly supports a well-deserving Texas-based charity through a donation made on behalf of the Hunting Art Prize. The gift includes a direct contribution as well as a gift from Hunting that matches the dollars generated from finalists who sell their art at the annual Hunting Art Prize gala.
Hunting will present the 2013 donation to New Danville, a self-sustaining, master-planned community supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is the second consecutive year the nonprofit has been selected as the Hunting Art Prize Charity.
For questions on the prize, email email@example.com. Further details on submission criteria, terms, and conditions can be found at www.huntingartprize.com.