RUN FOR ART RULES
Purpose and theme
The competition aims to promote the human values of the Olympic culture through photography. In particular, it aims to create an exhibition of shots that interpret these values by exploiting the indissoluble link between art and sport, the sport available to art and vice versa. The theme chosen for Run for Art V edition – World is “The new five Olympic Sports. The contemporary challenge to ability and disability “. Sport is practiced by anyone, at any latitude and in any social context; sport contributes to creating a universal culture on all continents:
The project is conceived, edited and promoted by the Giulio Onesti Foundation.
Registration for the competition is free. Amateur and professional photographers, students and enthusiasts aged between 18 and 35, wherever they are located, can participate. All the teachers of the Academies of Photography are invited to support and support the participation of their students in the competition.
How to participate in the competition
The photographs can be taken with any type of camera: compact, Bridge, DSLR, professional DSLR, Medium Format, Action Camera and Smartphone.
• Read the notice carefully and comply with these competition rules;
2. Choose one of the 5 categories proposed (Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania);
3. Take your own shot;
• Register and send your shot:
• Indicate: the name of each image sent, the chosen category, the title and a brief description of the shot, the data of the competitor (name, surname, date and place of birth, city of residence, telephone contact and social account);
• Deadline: 30/06/2020, 23:59;
• Sending: through the form they will find by connecting to the link http://www.runforart.com/it/partecipa/invio/
Specifications of the images
Before sending the photograph, each participant must make sure that their image falls within the following specifications:
• Maximum size of 3 Megabytes *
• High definition files, in jpg format. or png., with a minimum of 4272×2848 pixels, preferably with 300 dpi, such that it can be printed (in case of access to the final and upon official communication by the organization) on rigid support in a minimum size of 50×70 cm up to a maximum size of 100×70 centimeters.
• Photos can have a horizontal or vertical cut (70×50 or 50×70), while square photographs will not be taken into consideration.
The Giulio Onesti Foundation and the jury that will evaluate the works, reserve the right at their own discretion to exclude the works that present: photomontages, the clear use of filters, the addition or removal of objects and people and any changes that would make photography not conform to natural reality.
Only changes regarding tone and contrast, burning, shielding, clipping, accentuation and noise reduction will be allowed. If deemed necessary, participants whose works will be selected from the finalists will be asked to provide RAW files, if possible, or the originals without any modifications.
Remember that the shots must be autographed and original, under penalty of immediate and unappeasable exclusion from the competition.
During the registration phase it will be possible to self-certify the originality of your shot by filling in the appropriate section of the digital form and attaching an identity document.
* In the event that the click does not fall within the indicated dimensions (therefore greater than 3 Mega), it will be possible to send it by using WeTransfer to the address email@example.com always within 30/06/2020, 11:59 pm, indicating the participant’s data in the message. The photos will be printed by the Giulio Onesti Foundation.
Jury and final stage
The works will be evaluated by an excellent jury that ideally represents the sectors involved, from art to sport, from institutions to the media. The selection of shots will follow the process of a real sports competition. 8 finalist photographs will be selected for each category, for a total of 40 shots that will access the final and will be exhibited in the various institutional venues and museums that will join the initiative. The judgments expressed by the jury will be based on the following criteria: creativity, originality, quality of photography and adherence to the category.
The jury will then have the task of selecting the winner of each of the 5 categories from the 40 finalist photos.
Given the internationality of the edition, the members of the jury will be chosen from among the academies of the 5 continents, from the world of sport, photography and international institutions. The jury reserves, at its unquestionable judgment, not to accept those images whose realization is presumed to damage the Foundation.
Selections and Prize
The best authors will be awarded according to the criteria listed below.
1) The photos of the 40 finalists will be exhibited in prestigious locations;
2) The photos of the finalists will be published in the exhibition catalog;
3) Each of the finalists will also be given an acknowledgment parchment and the exhibition catalog.
All participants must comply with the European copyright legislation (Directive 2014/26 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council). Projects must not contain images, writings, facts or information that could harm or damage people or groups; they must also not encourage crime or break the law.
Data processing and rights assignments
By submitting the photograph accompanied by the title, the author’s name and filling in the appropriate form, the candidate declares and guarantees to boast all the rights on the aforementioned photograph to reproduce it and apply for the competition. Through the same subscription of the photograph, the author will guarantee the originality of the shot and its authorship; moreover, he will consent to the treatment of his work which, from that moment, will be submitted to the Jury’s judgment. With the same subscription, the candidate agrees – in the event of access to the final phase – to exhibit his photograph during the exhibitions.
By taking part in the competition, the authors of the photos transfer the right to disseminate and / or publish them to the Giulio Onesti – Accademia Nazionale Nazionale Italiana.
The Foundation also reserves the right to use the winning photos for three years and / or to reproduce 10 numbered copies. The winning authors of the competition agree to inform the Foundation whenever they have to use their photos for any purpose in the same period, according to the law 248/2000.
Personal data treatment
Pursuant to Legislative Decree 196/2003 (Code regarding the protection of personal data) and Law no. 633/1941 and subsequent amendments (Copyright protection), the data controllers are the Giulio Onesti Foundation – National Olympic Academy.
By filling in the attached forms, anyone participating in this announcement expressly authorizes the processing of their personal data, limited to the purposes of managing the competition itself, by the Giulio Onesti Foundation – Italian National Olympic Academy, pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/03 and of Law no. 633/1941.