The Association of Norwegian Students Abroad (ANSA) invites student from Singapore and elsewhere to visit their ScanArt 2010 Exhibition from September 29 to October 4th at the 1000 Pound Bend, Melbourne. ScanArt 2010 is the 6th annual exhibition of emerging Scandinavian artists in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore within fine art, photography, graphic design, multimedia, fashion and more.
The exhibition supports the ANSA Oceania’s Thailandproject, which generates funding for the BaanChivitMai organisation in Chieng Rai, Northern Thailand. BaanChivitMai is an orphanage established in 1989 by the Swedish Eva Olofson. BaanChivitMai provides shelter, food and education for children, and battling child prostitution, the spread of HIV/AIDS and opium dependency. Please see more at http://www.thailandproject.org. Exhibitors make a mandatory donation of a minimum of 25% of their sales in the exhibition.
It is still possible to submitting art for ScanArt Exhibition and you don’t even need to be Norwegian. The works must be creative works from Scandinavian students in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. An unlimited variety of media and disciplines are accepted and entrants can submit an unlimited number of works. The digital images of the works should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before 22 August 2010. All files must be clearly marked with your name, title and actual size (Individual files must not exceed 2Mb). All submissions must be accompanied by an artist statement (max 130 words) and submissions are free! Please see for details regarding submissions. No entrance fee for members of ANSA. For the selected exhibitors who are non-members of ANSA there is a $40 exhibition fee.
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