Frequent Questions

Yes, you may. However, you’ll have to ask your legal guardian to apply with you. Please make sure you’ll choose the “underage” option when registering.

Underage candidates will need their data (name, ID card/passport number, email, etc.), as well as the legal guardian’s name, email address and telephone contact. The emails of the candidate and of the legal guardian will have to be different.

After register on the website, and completing the application, the candidate should submit the proposals on the website. If you have a 3D sardine you must photograph or scan it and then submit it  as a file together  with the application form. The file should be sent as JPEG/JPG (size up to 50 MB), on a format  A3 (42 x 29,7 cm) and a resolution  of 300 dpi.

No. After register on the website, and completing the application, you can send us the sardine only via website. If you have a 3D sardine  you must photograph or scan it and then submit it  as a file together  with the application form. The file should be sent as JPEG/JPG (size up to 50 MB), on a format  A3 (42 x 29,7 cm) and a resolution  of 300 dpi.

The proposals should be presented as:

JPEG/JPG files (size up to 50 MB), on a format A3 (42 x 29,7 cm) and a resolution of 300 dpi;

The video proposals should be presented as MPEG/MPG or MOV files (size up to 50 MB).

You can change it while the contest is on, logging in on the website (using your registered data), and accessing “My Sardines”. There, clicking on “see sardine”, you can alter the previous submitted file.

The winner will be announced until 31st of May 2017 on the contest’s website and Festas de Lisboa facebook page. The winners will be informed by email or telephone.

There is no limit of submitted proposals if you register as an institution/entity. However, each author, part of the institution, can only participate with a maximum of 3 proposals of sardine.