The international competition for the best student photography „THE COLORS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN “

The international competition for the best student photography „THE COLORS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN “ is organized within the 5th International Scientific Conference MIC – Vis 2024 to be held at the island of Vis from September 18 – 21, 2024.

Submission deadline: August 18, 2024.
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The Mediterranean by itself provide numerous themes and inspiring motives to different kind of artists. The fascinance of Mediterranean was visible through the lenses of many authors during its rich history. What is especially fascinating with Mediterranean are its colors that vary through the year. From intensive blue sea, fascinating sunsets, bright clear sky and nature illuminated by a lot of sun.

What this competition aims to achieve are the fascinating images that the Mediterranean provides through colors and that are specific for each observer.

We invite you to submit your photographs and participate at this competition.

The selected photographs from the competition will be exhibited at the exhibition The Colors of the Mediterranean which will be organized as part of the cultural program of the MIC – Vis 2024 Conference.


Born in 1969 in Zagreb, where he lives and works as a freelance videographer/photographer. Graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts «Film and TV Recording».
From 1992-1996, he worked as a "stuff-cameraman" for Reuters-TV. Since 1997, he has been working on documentary, reportage and news projects for TV companies: BBC, NBC, NTV, FUJI-TV, CCN, HTV, ORF, ZDF, ARTE. Since 2000, he has been working on feature, documentary, experimental and dance films in Croatia. From 1990-2020, in addition to his photography profession, he was present on the contemporary photography scene; continuously exhibits (about 50 individual, about 30 collective) in the country and abroad (Magazzini del sale - Venice; Association le Pount Neuf - Paris; Kunstmuseum - Bochum; Kunsthalle - Wien; Pordenone arte contemporanea - Pordenone; Musee de Normandie - Cean ; Cite internationale des Arts - Budapest; Triennial Tampere - Glasgow).
Produces 5 photographic "artist's-books". His photos are in museum collections (Museum of Contemporary Art - Zagreb; Gallery of Artists - Split; Museum of Modern Art - Dubrovnik, etc.). and private collections. He is a member of these professional associations: HDLU-Zagreb, HZSU, h.f.s.a. For doc. film: "Neighbors" director: T. Žaje in 2019 received awards: "Best cinematography in documentary film" at the "South East European Film Festival" in Los Angeles, and "Award for the best photography" at the "Liburnija film- festival".
For the film "Murine" (HTV, Sons of the Storm) he received the 1st prize for directing in Rome in 1998.

Sara is a film and TV director and producer based in Zagreb, Croatia.She was work as a freelancer on various projects and positions. At this moment, she working full time as a producer in Moglo - production house in Zagreb. She developing documentary movie „2,44“ and documentary serial "SNOVI", for which she got supported by the Society of Croatian Film Directors. Sara is an author of photo exhibitions „Nestvarnost istine“ 2017. and „Dnevnik tišine“ 2021. Film “Keep it quiet” is a part of her master work at MA Film and TV directing and producing and her film won the award for Best International Short Film in Turkey in March 2024.

Petar Vučetić originally hails from Bjelovar, Croatia. His photography journey began while in high school in 1998 in London, UK, and has continued since to include various topics of interest including event, architecture, portrait, landscape, abstract, commercial, and other photography subjects. Since his return to study and live in Zagreb, Croatia, his work has been published in most daily and weekly Croatian newspapers and various online media outlets. He is employed as a Multimedia Studio & Tech Coordinator at VERN' university and is also a Teaching assistant for several subjects (covering Cinematography and Television broadcast subjects). He has been the official photographer and videographer for anything VERN’- related for the last 20 years and has been assisting VERN’s students with getting to grips with contemporary camera, lighting, broadcast and other multimedia related technology for the last 7.