The Golden Turtle 2020
The Golden Turtle Festival is the largest international eco-educational project, bringing together photographers, designers and artists celebrating the beauty of the wildlife.
Еhe Festival grew to be the largest international professional wildlife creative contest and exhibition with a unique interactive space. The “Living Space” of the Festival includes several zones such as classrooms, video installations, showrooms, lounges, concert venues, shops, etc. and brings together participants and partners who, through creativity, environmental education and cultural programs, draw people's attention to the beauty, fragility and versatility of wildlife.
The Golden Turtle International Wildlife Art & Photography competition is the largest project of the Festival. This creative contest gathers authors from all over the world, submitting artwork in various categories. The winners of the competition are exhibited during the Festival in Moscow and at regional exhibitions during the all-Russian tour.
The competition winners who won first place in their nomination will obtain a cash prize of one thousand US dollars (USD 1,000).
The laureates who won the second and the third places in their nomination will obtain valuable prizes and gifts from the Festival sponsors and partners.
The competition winner in the Photographer of the Year nomination will obtain a cash prize of two thousand US dollars (USD 2,000).
The contest is open for everyone.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
The author should be the right holder of the works they submit. By submitting their works to the Golden Turtle competition, the author agrees with the terms and conditions of the Lisence Agreement.
The participant warrants that his/her work does not infringe intellectual rights of any third parties. In case any third parties make any claims, the participant shall be fully liable for his/her work.
Exhibition copies that are printed at the expense of the Golden Turtle Competition organizers for displaying at the exhibition shall remain with the organizers and may be used by them for the statutory activities of the MY EQUATOR Charity Social Support Fund.
The work originals shall be used by the organizers for various purposes, including, but not limited to:
Printing of photographs required for the work of the jury;
Preparing the final photo album (each author whose work(s) is(are) presented in the photo album is entitled to receive One (1) author's copy of the album);
Preparing exhibition copies of the artwork;
Making an archive of the competition finalists, etc.