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We invite artists to apply to our annual art call - any photographable medium!

“The whole is GREATER than the SUM of its parts” theme
Call for Artist's Proposals
$500 for completed work

Deadline May 1st, 2024

$0 entry fee
Submit your portfolio (of any photographable medium) and idea proposal to:

TO SEE OUR 2023 winner's work:

Open call to artists worldwide, 18 years and older, to create one art piece for The Greater Sum Foundation. It should incorporate the theme “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” for our end-of-year giving, social media, printed materials, and general use. If selected, the artist will have up to two months to complete the artwork.


 Loop Art Critique, is a program offering residencies and public showcases for artists. Our unique approach involves an Open Call where artists submit their work anonymously, allowing for impartial selection based solely on the artwork itself. Loop Art Critique operates primarily in the virtual space, with most submissions being digital artworks.

The standard residency spans six weeks, with live critiques twice weekly for three hours each session. The program accepts international participants and features a one-month public exhibition.

20th Athens Digital Arts Festival

Human, AI, or Hybrid?

Submit your proposals for ADAF 2024: Techno(s)cene, the 20th-anniversary edition of Athens Digital Arts Festival, until January 20

The Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) invites you to its 20th anniversary edition, which will take place both physically and digitally in the spring and autumn of 2024, respectively, under the title Techno(s)cene. In the spirit of embracing the global artistic community and ensuring that every human, AI, or hybrid creator has the opportunity to participate in this celebration of digital culture, the call for entries will remain open until January 20, 2024, at


MUSE Digital Art Award – Connecting visionary artistic minds with the latest sustainable technology

MUSE is a digital art award that brings together creative minds with the latest technology to shape innovative solutions to today’s biggest ecological challenges.

The award's exhibition is powered by Philips Tableaux, a display from PPDS using advanced colour ePaper technology to allow a power-free exhibition of the digital artworks. Participating artists in this premiere edition will hence be the first in history to create artwork for a power-free display, and the finalists will be the first artists ever to take part in a zero-consumption digital art exhibition.

Call for art competition: International art competition. Community Art Channel Theme: Figurative Art

Call for art competition: International art competition. Community Art Channel

Theme: Figurative Art

The theme that we propose in this call for competition, is open to the expression of your creativity through the manifestation of Figurative Art.


Painting, drawing, graphic, digital art, photography.

Submission Deadline: 31/10/2023

Winners announcement: 07/11/2023

First prize: Solo virtual exhibition

Second prize: Solo virtual exhibition


Online Exhibition Artists who participate in our competitions will be promoted in online exhibitions on our YouTube channel and on our website, thus helping the promotion and visibility of each artist's work.

How to Apply:

The Medium Is Technology

Technology as a creative medium has a long rich partnership with the visual arts. As technology continues to change as does the definition of technology as a medium. This constant state of change pushes and pulls at the boundaries of Art. This show seeks to highlight artwork that is made using "technology" as a tool or medium for artwork. This includes but is not limited to graphic design, digital photography, 3D printers, NFT, video art, CNC cut or laser cut materials, video art, robotics, webpages, etc.


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