1st International Conference on
Phantom Limb Pain
May 26-28, 2021 | Gothenburg, Sweden
Illustrate Phantom Limb Pain: ICPLP2021 Art Contest
Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) is a prevalent condition after amputation that has intrigued scientists for over a century. PLP can considerably hinder a person’s quality of life and no universally accepted guidelines exist for its prevention and treatment. The aim of the 1st International Conference on Phantom Limb Pain (ICPLP2021) is to bring together world renowned experts on the study and treatment of PLP, and to create a forum for open discussions on competing theories and findings regarding PLP.
ICPLP2021 is dedicated to understanding more about Phantom Limb Pain. Due to the complexity and individuality of the condition, there is no single definition of PLP. Therefore, we would like to invite all audiences to “Illustrate Phantom Limb Pain” and show how they understand, describe, and/or feel Phantom Limb Pain.
Open to all – patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, artists, students, conference participants, anyone and everyone.
The “Illustrate Phantom Limb Pain” art competition is an open call to everyone to communicate how they understand, describe and/or feel Phantom Limb Pain. We pose a challenge to communicate PLP in an exclusive way.
The illustration can be a drawing, painting, photo, animations, sculpture and/or collage.
New extended deadline: December 6th 2020 – 18:00 CET .
The submission work and application form must be sent to email@example.com as a PDF, maximum file size 10 MB. *Works sent in another format will not be accepted. Paintings, drawings, sculptures, and collages must be photographed or scanned and submitted in the correct format.
There is no limit on the number of submissions.
The prize winner will receive 5000 SEK plus free entrance to ICPLP2021 in Gothenburg, Sweden 26th-28th May 2021.
All submissions will be exhibited at ICPLP from 26th-28th May 2021.
The Selection Committee is formed from the scientific committee and conference committee of the 1st International Conference on Phantom Limb Pain (ICPLP2021).
Terms and Conditions:
Intellectual Property Rights
By entering this art contest, Chalmers University of Technology (CTH) reserves the right to copy and reproduce your submission. CTH may use your submission for purposes including but not limited to: educational materials, promotion, presentations, research materials, social media, and press releases.
The Chalmers University of Technology (CTH) will hold personal data supplied by the entrant’s submission form in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Personal data will only be used for administering exhibitions, commissions, and prizes. Personal data will not be transferred to a third party without the consent of the artist.