Islamic Calligraphy Competition

The purpose of this competition is to revive and promote the classical art of Islamic calligraphy. Thus, it aims to provide a common ground for all Muslim calligraphers to exchange their knowledge and experiences, and enable the development of a commonly appreciated artistic taste among Muslims all over the world.

ELIGIBILITY: This online competition is open to those who are at least 18 years of age at the time of entry. One registration per artist. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS: 
1) The artwork can include pictures or designs to complement the calligraphic work (as long as it does not depict human or animals figure). 
2) Participants must include their first and last name in the file name of their submission. Entries that do not meet these criteria will be rejected.
3) Judgment criteria shall be on creativity, design, clarity, content and elements present.
4) By entering the contest, the artist agrees with the rules mentioned above and the decisions of the Selection Committee. Their decision shall be final and is not subject to appeal. The works entered in this contest must be free of any third-party rights. The Contest organizer shall not be liable in relation to any such third-party rights.

DEADLINES: This online competition runs on monthly basis. Each monthly competition begins on the first day of the month ends at 11:59 pm the last day of the month, Pakistan time.

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