Art always enjoyed an important place within the pages of Mètode Popular Science Journal, trying to knock down the barrier between humanism and science. Throughout its history, a lot of artists contributed illustrating articles, dossiers and monographs, and also making the covers. Many of those works were created exclusively for Mètode and provide an artistic added value, as well as a different, cross-section view of the science topics addressed in the issue.
One of the next issues of Mètode will address the relationship between science and the press in the monograph. On this occasion, we make a call for any artist interested in participating. Presented works must represent the relationship between press and science, so complex sometimes. The journal team will choose a design among all the candidates to be the cover for the issue. The author will be awarded 250 euros. In addition, five other works will be chosen to illustrate the monograph, providing a new point of view. The rules can be consulted below.
Students, alumni and professors of Fine Arts.
The theme is the relationship between science and the press.
3. Material and technique
Material and technique are free to choose.
Participants must send images (21 cm wide and 28 cm tall) of their scanned illustrations with a resolution of 300 dpi before January 10 to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
Selection will be made by the team of the journal. The decision will be made public at the end of January 2014 in the journal website.
Mètode will give 250 euros to the winner, who will illustrate the cover of the issue about science and the press with his or her work. Also, five other works will be chosen to illustrate the monograph.
Participation involves the acceptance of the use of the images for science communication purposes, as well as total acceptance of the rules and the decisions of the organizing committee for the correct development of the call.
For any doubt or question concerning this project, you can contact the journal through firstname.lastname@example.org.
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