February 18, 2016 - deadline
Ten finalists will be selected to install their artwork on the campus of Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. All finalists, whose works are installed, will receive a $1,200 honorarium to offset transportation and incidental expenses. Any additional costs are the responsibility of the artist. The Rosen Sculpture Competition will provide the cost of installation and lodging during installations and de-installations.
The 30th Anniversary Rosen will feature three cash prizes and all winners will be designated the Martin & Doris Rosen 30th Anniversary Award Winners. The top three artists will receive cash prizes in the amounts of $3,000 for First Place, $2,000 for Second Place and $1,000 for Third Place. Awards and Honoraria total $18,000.
The Rosen Sculpture Competition offers a sales program, brochure, promotion as a featured exhibition, and permanent archives on the competition’s website located at: www.rosensculpture.org.