Digital arts

En Foco Media Arts Fund: Works in Progress Initiative

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The Third Annual En Foco Media Arts Fund: Work in Progress (WIP) Initiative: $2,000 Support Grant, in collaboration with BronxNet is designed to support New York City based, early career artists of color who engage with Digital Media technologies within their art-making processes. The award will focus solely on works that need support toward the completion of a current work in progress, which demonstrates the highest quality of work and potential as determined by a panel of peers, and industry professionals. All innovative interpretations of Digital Media will be considered, requiring a critical digital aspect in both the process and product. Proposed projects where the final products are photographic in nature are ineligible for funding. 

 

For this opportunity, early-career artists are defined by a 2-9 year artistic working history. Artists who have also applied for the 2023 Photography Fellowship are only eligible to receive one award.

Prize Summary: 
$2,000 Works-In-Progress Support Grant
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Only Works In Progress submissions will be considered for the award. Completed projects are ineligible. Entries that are traditional Photography and that the final product results in still imagery will not be considered. However, projects with other mediums and media that include photo-based processes will be considered.

Entries may include but are not limited to:

  • Film (Narrative, Non-linear, Genre Specific, etc.)
  • Video (Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Contemporary Approaches to the moving image, etc.)
  • Interactive/Non-Interactive Installation (Digital Painting, Digital Sculpture, site-specific Installation Works, etc.)
  • Multi or Mixed Media (Works using one or more medium, or processes)
  • Experimental and Immersive Processes (Augmented or Virtual Reality technology, Immersive sound, Biomechanical processes, Alternative Processes, Earth Art, etc.)
  • Sound Art
  • Other (Any works using digital processes that do not rely solely on photography)
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New York City and online
Deadline: 
27/January/2023

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Open Call – Online exhibition "Time traveler"

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Online exhibition on the topic of time perception. Private initiative and experiment. The exhibition will be held on a separate site. It will also be featured on Instagram.

The last 3 years have knocked many out of reality. Pandemic, political conflicts, economic crisis. Time simultaneously compressed to one point and seemed to stretch to infinity. How do you see time? How did he become for you in these difficult years? How do you look at the past and the future?

Maybe your idea of ​​time is expressed abstractly, or maybe quite concrete images?

Maybe you would like to present your work from 2019 and work from 2022 so that the viewer can compare how far you have come in these 3 years? All in your hands!

Submission Guidelines (Please read carefully)

You can send no more than 4 works! If your series consists of 4 paintings, then this counts as 4 works.

Send your work to timetravelerexhibition@gmail.com marked "Back to the Future". Your letter should contain a preview or description of the work without additional references, a short bio and statement (no more than 150 words each)

Media: painting, drawing, mixed-media, photography, printmaking, illustrations, digital art, sound and video. If you have interesting projects that do not fit here, please describe it in detail in a letter.

Deadline: October 21, 2022
Exhibiton dates: October 31 to December 31

Submission is free
For selected participants entry fee 20$ to cover the cost of the site and work.

Please be open, but we will not be able to accept political submissions.
Thanks for understanding.

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21/October/2022

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20$
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YES TO ALL

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SMTH in collaboration with MMMAD Festival are proud to present the II International Open Call for Digital Arts under the theme ‘Yes to all’  in Plenilunio Madrid and Vialia Estación de Vigo shopping centers. In this second edition, we are looking for digital artworks that experiment with the space and format where they will be exhibited: SMTH’s large scale screens located in several of the most important shopping centres in Spain. This call will be open from 1 September to 25 October 2022.

A jury of experts composed of the artist Claudia Maté, the curator Doreen A. Ríos, the speculative designer Joel Blanco and one institutional vote –formed by the votes of a representative of each of the four convening institutions: SMTH, MMMAD, CC Plenilunio and CC Vialia Estación de Vigo– will select the five best artworks, which will receive a prize of €1,500.00 and will be exhibited on the screens of the Centro Comercial Vialia Estación de Vigo and Plenilunio Madrid from November 2022 to February 2023.

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The screens in shopping centres are large windows to information, advertising and cultural content. Yes to all opens the opportunity for international artists to rethink how the context in which their work is to be shown can condition the work itself, challenging the limits of software, distorting possible advertising realities and proposing new ways of looking at hardware.

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5 prizes of 1.500€ each
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25/October/2022

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Post-digital Landscapes

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SMTH with the collaboration of the MMMAD festival and thanks to the sponsorship of Nhood, are launching the first international call for digital artists on the screens of Vialia Vigo. Under the theme 'Post-digital Landscapes' we are looking for works that reflect on territory, landscape, city and space in the post-digital era.

From all the works received, a jury of experts will select the best five, which will receive a prize of €1,500 each and will be exhibited at Vialia Vigo from 20 December 2021 to 20 February 2022.

Deadline: November 29th, 2021.

All the information and full terms and conditions can be found at www.post-digital-landscapes.art 

Prize Summary: 
5 prizes of 1.500€ each
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29/November/2021

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NFT Seminar

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NFT Seminar
https://theroyallist.com/nft-seminar

Sign Up Deadline:
Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

Zoom Date & Time:
Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 - 8-9PM

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21/April/2021
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SHARE PRIZE XIV

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OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS Share Prize XIV is an annual award that aims to discover and support contemporary art in the global and digital age.

The competition is open to all artists who question themselves on issues concerning today's society, where globalization, the pervasiveness of technologies and new media are fields of artistic investigation.

This edition is dedicated to the SEARCHLIGHT theme:

"[...] now that we've witnessed every aspect of art, culture,commerce, politics and education all boxed into the glass oftiny screens, we need a change. Our new theme for 2021, "Searchlight," is about digital art that escapes the limits of screens. [...] 

B.Sterling

The Share Prize XIV Jury: 

MAX CASACCI

Musician, Subsonica Producer and Founder, Creator and Author project Earthphonia

ALESSANDRO LUDOVICO

Professor, Artist, Researcher, Chief Editor Neural Magazine since 1993

 
ERICA VILLA

Head of Programming e Public Engagement Science Gallery Venice and

Fondazione Ca' Foscari, Member of Science Writers Italian Association 

 
JASMINA TESANOVIC

Share Prize Curator

 
BRUCE STERLING

Share Festival Artistic Director

 

will select 6 finalists who compete for the prize and whose works will be exhibited at Share Festival XVI

Prize Summary: 
€2500
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The first prize includes a recognition of 2500 euros, and an honorable mention is also awarded, an informal recognition given to the work that receives a positive judgment of quality from the experts.

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12/February/2021

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