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2PM Solutions 2021 Phone Case Design Competition

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We're looking for unique, attractive 2D designs that will be integrated into the next hot cellphone case!  Winners not only get cash prizes but will see their design manufactured on an actual cell phone case that will be sold on Amazon! Plus the Grand Prize Winner will be considered for a full-time or contract position as a Graphic Designer for 2PM Solutions. Competition runs from 4/21/21-5/21/21 with winners notified 5/28/21. It's free to enter and you can be any age!

All submissions must be 2D digital designs and participants must have the full copyrights on them, so please don’t use any copyrighted materials in your designs. We will accept art in JPEG, PNG, or TIFF formats. Artwork must be 300 dpi colorful or black and white. All artwork must be at least 4” x 7’’. Multiple entries are allowed and will increase your chances of winning. Winners must transfer IP rights to 2PM Solutions upon acceptance of prize. 

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$850 in prizes up for grabs PLUS a job offer to the winner to join our 2PM team as a Digital Designer PLUS see your designs manufactured and sold on AMAZON!
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Winners not only get cash prizes but will see their design manufactured on an actual cell phone case that will be sold on Amazon! Plus the Grand Prize Winner will be considered for a full-time or contract position as a Graphic Designer for 2PM Solutions. Winners notified 5/28/21. The Grand Prize Winner will be contacted the week of 6/1/21 to discuss the role of Digital Designer and if they would be interested in joining our amazing 2PM team!

Grand Prize Winner: $200 cash
Runner-Up: $150 cash
Top 10 Editor's Choice: $50 Amazon Gift Card

 

Deadline: 
05/21/2021

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MIXTAPE Virtual Dance Festival 2021

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MIXTAPE is an annual dance festival presented by Atlanta’s Zoetic Dance featuring dance works that celebrate, support and uplift inclusivity and gender equality throughout our communities.

MIXTAPE Vol. 4 highlights dance film works focused on the revival of the body and soul through movement, dance and film. It will celebrate finding new pathways for creativity and flow during times of stagnant turmoil, embracing the artists’ journey as we continue to navigate a world in extreme flux.

Restore breath, regain flow - A return to inner peace, core desire and personal conviction.

Films are screened in June 21, 2021 virtually.

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Artist Benefits

Artist/Teaching Stipend

Presenting artists are offered a $250 stipend and a $150 teaching stipend. *Teaching stipends only applicable if presenting artist is teaching a master class for the MIXTAPE virtual workshop. More details available to artists on workshop upon acceptance.

Widespread Visibility

As a presenting artist in MIXTAPE, your film work will be seen by diverse audience across various virtual platforms. Visibility is guaranteed to all presenting artists through an extensive social media and marketing plan facilitated by our marketing and administrative teams.

Networking

Presenting artists will have the opportunity to network with other dance artists from local & national communities throughout the duration of the MIXTAPE program.

Artist Promotion

Artists will be supported and promoted through online publications and features across various virtual platforms through a widespread marketing implementation campaign.

Deadline: 
03/26/2021

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Atlanta Print Biennial

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The Atlanta Print Biennial is an international juried exhibition, open to all artists working in hand-pulled printmaking processes. Purchase awards and prizes will be given. The exhibit is organized by Atlanta Printmakers Studio and hosted by Kai Lin Art, a contemporary art gallery located in the vibrant Westside District of Midtown Atlanta, GA.

Entry deadline is Monday, January 14, 2019 at 12 Midnight in Mountain Time Zone.

This year’s juror is Eun Lee. Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and has had many roles in academia and service. She was the program coordinator for the printmaking minor at SCAD in Savannah and served as the Conference Coordinator of SGC International, the largest printmaking organization in North America. Also during her tenure with SGCI, she has served as President, Vice President of External Affairs, Chair of the Nominations Committee, Chair of the Awards Committee and Student Representative. She has also served the prior SGEO organization as President and Vice President. Eun received her MFA from the University of Notre Dame and her BFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

As a conceptually driven artist, Eun is constantly exploring new marks and images. The work is most often a materialization of her personal diasporic cultural experiences as a continually evolving conscious being. Utilizing a combination of extreme and subtle visual language in order to preserve a controlled disclosure, Eun’s work reveals the unavoidable dichotomies of any and all situations. “I am interested in simultaneously portraying the controlled and uncontrolled, perceived good and bad, acceptable and unacceptable, balanced and unbalanced, and the philosophy that perfection must always be fluid.”

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Create a large woodcut with BIG INK at Atlanta Printmakers Studio, Atlanta, GA

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BIG INK is partnering with Atlanta Printmakers Studio (APS) in Atlanta, GA for an event that fosters appreciation for the art of woodcut printmaking. On Oct 7th & 8th, 2017 BIG INK will bring a 48” x 96” mobile printmaking press to APS. BIG INK volunteers will help pre selected artists print woodcuts en plein air. The finished prints will be hung in a highly visible area, creating a viewing gallery for all to enjoy.

The participating artists, selected by Lyell Castonguay, director of BIG INK, will bring giant carved wood blocks measuring at least 24" x 36" in size. Visitors will witness woodcuts being printed in an open forum. Handouts will explain the process, its history, and context in contemporary art. In addition, the artists who created the work will be in attendance to network and answer questions. The prints created at BIG INK events are exhibited in university galleries, art centers, and museums, such as a recent show in Seoul, Korea.

If you're interested in creating a large woodcut for this event please visit http://www.bigink.org/apply. The deadline to apply is July 31st, 2017.

Deadline: 
08/01/2017
Fee Detail: 
Free to apply, $285 if accepted.
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