Arts and Culture

Graphic creation competition

Graphic creation competition

The Social Council of the University of A Coruña and the International Contemporary Print Center Foundation (CIEC) annually convene a Graphic Creation Contest, in which students linked to a training program taught by this institution participate.

For the development of this contest, the organizing entities invite new local, national and international artists, students or alumni of the CIEC Foundation, to present a work made in any graphic technique, unpublished and inspired by a building or monument that is part of the architectural or sculptural heritage of the University of Coruña.

Through this project, the Social Council of the University of Coruña and the CIEC Foundation intend to contribute to the promotion and projection of artistic activity in Galicia, stimulating the creativity of young people who stand out for demonstrating special skills in the field of graphic art .

Winners of the Graphic Creation Contest of the UDC Social Council:

2009, Omar Kessel
‘Centro Universitario de Riazor da UDC’
See his work

2010, Sealtres
‘Reitorado da UDC’
See his work

2011, Carmen Fonseca
‘Campus de Esteiro. EU Politécnica de Ferrol’
See her work

2012, Gaby Selby
‘Campus da Coruña-Zapateira. ETS de Arquitectura’
See his work

2013, Castro Lara
‘Facultade de Dereito da UDC’
See her work

2014, Noelia Nachón
‘ETS de Naútica e Máquinas da UDC’
See her work

2015, María Arce
‘Facultade de Ciencias do Deporte e a Educación Física da UDC. Bastiagueiro, Oleiros’
See her work

2016, Claudia Regueiro
‘Pazo de Lóngora. Instituto Universitario de Medio Ambiente’
See her work

2017, Aitor Razkin Satostegi
‘Centro de Investigación CITIC da UDC. Campus de Elviña, A Coruña’
See his work

2018, Ángela Yachachín
‘Casa do Lagar, Campus de Elviña, Universidade da Coruña, A Coruña’
See her work

2019, Ángela Vitella
‘Casa do Patín, Campus de Ferrol, A Coruña’
See her work

2020, Isabel Durá Castelló
‘Facultad de Ciencias da Saúde, Campus de Oza, A Coruña’
See her work