sets itself the task of presenting the most noteworthy and interesting achievements
of artists all over the world in the domain of the art poster devoted to
the various arts of the stage: Drama, opera, ballet, operetta, musical,
circus, puppet show, pantomime, concerts, festivals, variety theatre (music
hall), pop music performances, etc. The Fourth International Triennial of
the Stage Poster will be held from October through November 2004 in the
National Exhibition Centre of Modern Art – Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia,
6 Shipka Str.
Terms of participation
Posters created in the period April 30, 2001 – April 30, 2004 will be accepted.
1. Printed posters for: drama, opera, ballet, operetta, musical, circus, puppet show, pantomime, concerts, festivals, variety theatre (music hall), pop music performances, etc.
2. Posters on the theme “The Ridiculous”.
Both printed posters and especially created originals can be submitted for this category. No obligatory text is required.
Format of works
Minimal format A2 (420x594mm)
Number of works to be submitted
Each artist may submit up to 4 posters accompanied by CD (using format .ai, .eps, .tif at 300 dpi resolution), completed participation form and short CV.
The posters in the 1st category should be in two copies.
The deadline for the receipt of the posters in Bulgaria is April 30, 2004.
There is no participation fee.
Fourth International Triennial of the Stage Poster, Sofia 2004
6 Shipka Str., 1504 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel.: +359 2 846 33 53; Fax: +359 2 946 02 12
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
A National Selection Jury will establish the collection of the Fourth Triennial.
The results of the selection will be announced in June 2004.
An International Jury with the participation of:
ALAN FLETCHER - England
SUSUMU ENDO - Japan
STASYS EIDRIGEVICIUS - Poland
NIKOLAY SARAFOV - Germany
will determine the prizes to be awarded on the eve of the Triennial’s opening.
The award winners will be announced during the official opening ceremony on the 4th of October 2004.
Grand Prix – a plastic “Golden Poster” and 1000 Leva.
Two equal in value prizes – a bronze plaque and 500 Leva (for each of the two categories).
A prize for an young artist (not older than 35) – a bronze plaque named after the eminent Bulgarian artist Assen Stareyshinski.
Each participant should send his posters properly packed for transportation, without frames or frame-plates (passe-partout), and labeled “Print Matters. No commercial value”.
The organizers of the Triennial assume no responsibility for damages and losses incurred during transportation.
The posters remain the property of the Triennial’s Fund after the closure of the exhibition.
The organizers of the Triennial may photograph and reproduce the posters free of charge in all printed publications of the Triennial and the relevant reviews.
The organizers reserve the right to reject any work which is in contradiction to the Statute of the Triennial, violates moral standards, or is likely to offend national or religious sensibilities.
A catalogue in colour of the Fourth International Triennial of the Stage Poster Sofia 2004 will be published, including all the works accepted for participation by the selection Jury.
All participants in the Triennial are entitled to a free copy of the catalogue, paying only the postage.