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FUTURE IS TODAY VOL.3 | Call for submissions - Al-Tiba9 ONLINE ART EXHIBITION

The exhibition FUTURE IS TODAY Vol.3 will feature artists from around the world. With a series of high-level digital artworks, the show reflects new perspectives and inspirations that attract our future. This particular online exhibition aims to give the artists a curated show and extensive international exposure to help them deal with the online technologies and confront their works and creativity in a virtual environment.

ELIGIBILITY:

Artists are welcome to submit their works. Digital artworks are recommended.

Artists from all countries are welcome to submit.

FREE submission.

NOTES:

• Exhibition opening Fall 2021.

• Duration: Permanent exhibition.

Digital Art Observatory Open Call

V-Art & Electric Artefacts present Digital Art Observatory, a residency exploring collaboration across borders

 

The Ukraine-based V-Art and UK-based Electric Artefacts platforms are pleased to announce their cooperation to launch the Digital Art Observatory, a first-of-its-kind residency aimed to provide an example and roadmap for cross-border partnerships amongst cultural institutions. With the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation and the British Council as a part of the Culture For Change program, the residency will welcome twelve artists across Ukraine and Britain during September and October of 2021.

 

Reimagine Drawing $100K Challenge

Mental Canvas, Inc. is a software technology company whose unique platform has reimagined drawing for the digital age by enabling creations that can be experienced outside the confines of a page or a single moment in time.  Mental Canvas picks up where pen and paper leave off, taking drawing to a place it's never been.  Now, we're calling on creatives to join us in redefining what it means to draw.  With $100K in prizes and 18 winners, we're looking for the most impressive and imaginative scenes created with Mental Canvas Draw™.

Learn more at: https://mentalcanvas.com/challenge

17th Athens Digital Arts Festival | Tāctus

Tāctus

Deadline: 15th of August

The Neon Museum National Artist Residency

Now in its sixth year, The Neon Museum National Artist Residency is designed to expand the interpretive potential of the museum collection. The selected artist, working in the fields of digital, performance or visual arts, will have the opportunity to develop a project inspired by The Neon Museum collection. Engagement with the community is an important residency component through a workshop or specific engagement project.

The 2021 residency program will span six weeks from Monday, October 25 through Sunday, December 5, 2021, with the first two weeks conducted virtually and the final four weeks completed on location in Las Vegas. Artists over the age of 18 and based in the United States are eligible to apply.

Lumen Prize for Art and Technology

The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition. Since 2012, it has supported artists with more than US$90,000 in prize money and created paid opportunities worldwide for the artists who have been longlisted, shortlisted or won Lumen Awards.

Be part of the Lumen Artist Community

65 artists will be longlisted, and join the Lumen Artist Community, where we work to find paid opportunities through our partner organizations. See some of our projects here or read about our community here.

$11,500 Prize Fund

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