National Calligraphy Competition

About National Calligraphy Competition

The purpose of the National Calligraphy Competition is to preserve and perpetuate this ancient, inherited art, as well as to encourage calligraphers to innovate in calligraphy according to its traditional rules, which ensures the permanence of this art and protects it from some practices that contradict its rules. Moreover, this competition, given the competitiveness resulting from the large number of calligraphers participating in it, is a motivating factor for them to hone their talents.

“Calligraphy is an art form that uses ink and a brush to express the very souls of words on paper. NGIL brings you a calligraphy competition to showcase your skills!”

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.

Competition Poster

Competition Director