The 2nd round of PIPA Online will finish this Sunday. Until 7th August the public will be able to vote for the 10 artists, who received (amongst the 63 participating) a minimum of 500 votes from the public during the 1st round, a requisite to move onto the 2nd round. The winner will be the artist who receives the highest number of votes in his/her page, by the end of the 2nd round and will receive $10.000. The artist with the second highest number of votes will be awarded with R$6.000. Both artists donate a work to PIPA Institute, chosen after an agreement between the artists and the Institute’s Coordination.
The second round of PIPA Online 2016 is now on its sixth day. Voting will take place until this coming Sunday, and only the two artists who receive the highest number of votes will be awarded. The winner will receive R$ 10 thousand. The artist with the second highest number of votes will receive R$ 5 thousand. Both artists will donate a work to PIPA Institute (to be defined as a mutual agreement between the artists and the Coordination of the Institute).
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