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The Palm Beach County Artists' Association announces a call to artists
http://www.eartists@bellsouth.net

The Palm Beach County Artists' Association announces a call to artists. The mission of The Palm Beach County Artists' association is a coalition created and managed by artists, for artists of all disciplines. We are dedicated to empowering individuals in the arts by reaching out to our diverse community, cultivating professional and social resources and opportunities for our members, and developing collaborative relationships. With several of the events that have been hosted around the county, this organization has many plans to continue this mission. Part of our focus is to create small, intimate gatherings among artists of multidiscipline within the county. The intimate connections will be done by way of Koffee Klatches (which are small home or studio gatherings among artist friends who you feel would benefit from this organization) and By Artists for Artists Enrichment projects (which are mini workshops or seminars given by PBC artist for PBC artists). We are looking for hosts for these events as well as people who are willing to house some of these events at their homes, studios, galleries, conference rooms, dance halls or any type of roomy space that will allow the artists to expand their talents with each other. For more information, plea se contact Tracy Rosof-Petersen @ 561-585-1411 eartists@bellsouth.net.


The Gadsden Arts Center in Quincy, Florida invites artists to apply for an exhibition of their
http://www.joycegac@tds.net

The Gadsden Arts Center in Quincy, Florida invites artists to apply for an exhibition of their in the Gadsden Arts Center’s Zoe Golloway Exhibit Hall or Community Room. Works will be exhibited on a rotating basis in these spaces when the galleries are not utilized for exhibiting works from the main exhibition. We will exhibit an average of three works from each approved artist. Applications will be reviewed by the Executive Director and Exhibitions Committee. To find out more about this opportunity obtain an application, call Joyce Gardner at 850.875.4866 or email joycegac@tds.net.


Call for Entries for nine public art projects in support of a $500,000
http://www.rockvillemd.gov/arts/call-entries.htm

The City of Rockville, in partnership with RD Rockville, LLC and Federal Realty Investment Trust, is pleased to announce Call for Entries for nine public art projects in support of a $500,000 commitment to integrate publicly accessible art into a vibrant Rockville Town Square where “progress lies, not in enhancing what is – but advancing toward, what will be” a completely new redeveloped area within the active core of Rockville Town Center. These site-specific public art projects are seen as opportunities to honor and embrace Rockville’s long history and rich cultural diversity. The presence of public art throughout the area is viewed as a means to engage and involve those who visit for the first time as well as those who experience Rockville Town Square daily. These public art projects will become part of the identity of Rockville. All finalists must identify how their proposed project is significant to Rockville in content. How does the art relate to Rockville’s “past, present and/or future?” How does the art embody the “who, what, when or where” of Rockville? Rockville Town Square is a 15-acre project that will create an active destination featuring a mixed-use environment with: street level retail, restaurants and shops, more than 600 residential units built in the four stories above the retail, a new cultural arts building for the visual arts; a public plaza designed to host concerts and other special events, a new Rockville Regional Library (the largest in the Montgomery County system) and three parking garages. Rockville Town Square is one block from the Rockville Metro station serving the Washington-Metropolitan region and Rockville Pike/Route 355, a main artery of the City of Rockville and surrounding Montgomery County. The area is also within a short walking distance of many Rockville neighborhoods. On June 15, 2004, the ground breaking for Rockville Town Square was held. The targeted grand opening is planned for late 2006.


Golden Graphics
http://www.goldengraphics.com

Golden Graphics - Jewelry manufacturer specializing in custom photo engraved and color enameled 14K gold pendantsis looking to commission a few artists that specialize in line art sketches mostly of peoples faces for a new line of laser engraved pendants which require more than just the use of a filter in Photoshop. The hope is to build up some volume sales (100+ orders per week) and Golden Graphics is prepared to pay $10.00 to $15.00 per file. Please contact Bernard Halpern at Golden Graphics: 954-458-1818 X102


Masters of Today
http://www.mastersoftoday.com

Call to Artists: Masters of Today - Professional artists are invited to submit materials for selection to become advertised (published) in MASTERS :100 Contemporary Artists and TRENDS :121 Contemporary Artists, two collectable global art books.


Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art
http://www.factorprize.org

Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art. Given to a living artist who is either working in the South or has contributed to the development of art of the South, the annual Prize will be accompanied by a $10,000 cash award. This Prize has been established by a generous gift from Elizabeth and Mallory Factor in honor of the Gibbes’ century long dedication to supporting living Southern artists. The inaugural prize will be award in May 2008. The selection process will begin in January with the shortlist announced in late February. A panel of experts will choose the shortlist, and the museum will make the selection of the recipient from the shortlist. Artists can either self nominate through the Web site (www.factorprize.org), or gallerists, curators, directors and interested laypeople can nominate their favorites through the Web site. Nominations can begin December 15.


2008 JURIED SPRING INVITATIONAL ART SHOW
http://www.harrison-art-league.org

Call to Artists: 2008 JURIED SPRING INVITATIONAL ART SHOW, May 1st - 31st, 2008. Acrylics, Graphics, Mixed Media, Oils, Pastels, and Watercolor. Artists may submit up to three entries for a non-refundable fee of $35. All entries must be for sale. Submission deadline for receiving slides, CD's or photos of artwork with entry form and fee is April 1st. For a prospectus, mail a SASE to: Harrison Art League, P.O. Box 831, Harrison, Arkansas 72602-0831 or download at www.harrison-art-league.org after January 15th.


Pinellas County FL – Artist Roster for Parks related public art projects
http://www.pinellasarts.org/pdf/Call-to-Artist-Park-related_02_29_08.p...

Budget: $25,000 to $150,000 Pinellas County FL – Artist Roster for Parks related public art projects. Artists are invited to submit qualifications and digital images to be accepted into a pre-qualified roster of artists. These artists will be considered for parks related public art projects. Specific project budgets vary between $25,000 and $150,000. The postmarked deadline is February 29, 2008. For complete project information and application instructions, visit http://www.pinellasarts.org/pdf/Call-to-Artist-Park-related_02_29_08.pdf or contact Mark Flickinger, Program Director, at 727.453.7869 or mflickin@co.pinellas.fl.us.


Palm Harbor Library, Pinellas County FL
http://www.pinellasarts.org/pdf/Call-to-Artist-PalmHarborLbry_02_21_08...

Budget: $50,000 Palm Harbor Library, Pinellas County FL – This $50,000 public art commission focuses on the creation of artwork that will be attached to the facade of the building and be visible at night. The postmarked deadline is February 21, 2008. For further information, and application instructions, visit http://www.pinellasarts.org/pdf/Call-to-Artist-PalmHarborLbry_02_21_08.pdf or contact Mark Flickinger, Program Director, at 727.453.7869 or mflickin@co.pinellas.fl.us


3rd Annual National Juried Exhibition April 16-May 10, 2008
http://www.kbutlergallery.com

Call to Artists: Katharine Butler Gallery, Sarasota, FL. Seeks entries for 3rd Annual National Juried Exhibition April 16-May 10, 2008. Original 2D and 3D artwork in any traditional medium, including fiber, ceramics, metal, and glass from the past three years. Gicleés and videos not accepted. Entry fee $25 for up to 3 works. Slide or CD deadline is February 15th. The juror is Elaine D. Gustafson, Director of Exhibitions & Collections and Curator of Contemporary Art at the Tampa Museum of Art. For prospectus and application: www.kbutlergallery.com or send SASE to Katharine Butler Gallery, 1943 Morrill St., Sarasota, FL, 34236.


The Apple Valley Review
http://www.applevalleyreview.com

The Apple Valley Review, a semiannual online literary journal, is currently accepting submissions of poetry, short fiction, and essays for its Spring 2008 issue. Submissions are accepted year-round via e-mail. We prefer work that has both mainstream and literary appeal. All work must be original, previously unpublished, and in English. Please do not submit genre fiction, explicit work, or anything particularly violent or depressing. Also, please note that we do not accept simultaneous submissions. All published work is considered for our annual editor's prize.


Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art
http://www.factorprize.org

Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art. Given to a living artist who is either working in the South or has contributed to the development of art of the South, the annual Prize will be accompanied by a $10,000 cash award. This Prize has been established by a generous gift from Elizabeth and Mallory Factor in honor of the Gibbes’ century long dedication to supporting living Southern artists. The inaugural prize will be award in May 2008. The selection process will begin in January with the shortlist announced in late February. A panel of experts will choose the shortlist, and the museum will make the selection of the recipient from the shortlist.


North Carolina State University is seeking proposals from artists/teams to create an “iconic place” on the campus
http://www.Charlotte_Brown@ncsu.edu

Budget: $350,000 North Carolina State University is seeking proposals from artists/teams to create an “iconic place” on the campus. The site for this installation is a campus landscape that will be developed in coordination with the chosen proposal. Iconic places are living souvenirs that are powerfully evocative and stimulate feelings, images and experiences that are unique, providing almost immediate recall of the campus and its ambience. Iconic places frequently create an attractive space for photographs of family and friends, for celebrations of matriculation and graduation. These places are usually featured on cards, medallions, cups, mugs and t-shirts and like traditional souvenirs that can be saved as well as experienced in memory. The university’s mascot, the wolf, is the single essential element of this “iconic place.” The successful proposal will present one or more wolves (as many as 5) as they might exist in the wild, in the imagination, in the developed campus landscape. These icons may be as large as 1-1/2 to 2 times life-size. The wolves may be conceptual, naturalistic or abstracted forms; realism is not a required characteristic. The wolves may suggest movement, rest, companionship, youth, maturity and old age as well as other appropriate characteristics. The installation may involve more than one medium but water cannot be included in the design. The installation (objects) must be anchored to prevent removal and the materials should be durable, lasting and vandal resistant. The installation must be universally accessible, and allow for interaction and physical contact by people who visit the site.


2008 Coming Up Taller Awards
http://www.cominguptaller.org

Nominations: The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities (PCAH) is inviting nominations for the 2008 Coming Up Taller Awards. In partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), they are embarking on the eleventh year of the Coming Up Taller Awards, which recognizes the accomplishments of exceptional arts and humanities after-school and out-of-school programs. Coming Up Taller finalists receive $10,000, an individualized plaque, and an invitation to attend the Coming Up Taller Leadership Enhancement Conference.


CALL TO FINE ART CRAFTERS: The Southwest Florida Craft Guild proudly announces the “Spring Forward” show
http://www.springforward@swflcraftguild.com

CALL TO FINE ART CRAFTERS: The Southwest Florida Craft Guild proudly announces the “Spring Forward” show at the Florida Craftsmen Gallery, 501 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701. This show runs from March 7 to May 11, 2008 and is open to all Florida Craftsmen members and non members of Region 7, which includes Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades county. Acceptable work includes handcrafted art created in wood, fiber, clay, glass, metal, paper, jewelry, sculpture and mixed media. A maximum of two (2) pieces per person saved in 300 dpi JPEG format, along with an artist statement, should be e-mailed to springforward@swflcraftguild.com. The jurors will be the standards committee of the Southwest Florida Craft Guild. Digital images, photography or painting will not be accepted for the show. Fee for Florida Craftsmen and South West Florida Craft Guild members: $15 for the first piece and $10 for the second piece. Non-member entrants: $35 for membership, $15 for first piece, $10 for second piece. Deadline for e-mailed entries is January 21, 2008. For brochure email: springforward@swflcraftguild.com or call Bobbi Robertson at 239-995-9543 or Cynthia McIntyre at 239-245-7065.


GLASGOW INTERNATIONAL ARTIST'S BOOK FAIR 2008
http://www.glasgowartistsbookfair@googlemail.com

Fri 25 and Sat 26 April 2008 To participate in the fair please request and return the booking form and payment before Monday 31 December 2007 Contact: Helen Shaddock, email: glasgowartistsbookfair@googlemail.com tel: 07845 579706


scissorspaperstone, London
http://www.bookarts@londonprintstudio.org.uk

Saturday 12 April 2008 A one-day artists' book and multiples fair Venues: various close to London Print Studio, London for application forms contact: londonprintstudio, 425 Harrow Road, London W10 4RE email: bookarts@londonprintstudio.org.uk tel: 0208 969 8271


The theme for 2008 is Re: Choose any word beginning with the letters re as your theme.
http://www.weloveyourbooks.com

The theme for 2008 is Re: Choose any word beginning with the letters re as your theme. Exhibition to be held 12 - 30 May 2008 at The University of Northampton Gallery, UK Curators: Emma Powell, Melanie Bush and Louise Bird Deadline for receipt of books is 28 March 2008


From Book to Book: an exhibition of artist's books
http://www.j.mcdowall@leeds.ac.uk

This is an open invitation to all artists in the UK and abroad to participate in the exhibition of artist's books, From Book to Book Artists should submit a new bookwork created for the show. Participation is free For more information and submission form contact: j.mcdowall@leeds.ac.uk


Photoworks March 1-29, 2008
http://www.abecedariangallery.com

A national juried show of hand-made artist books and hand-pulled prints that utilize photographic imagery. MEDIA - Open to handcrafted books created as either edition or one-of-a-kind and traditional prints that utilize photographic imagery. Artist books, sculptural books, book objects, photo-litho, -intaglio, -silkscreen, -gravure, cyanotype, Vandyke prints, gum-bichromate, kwik-prints or mixed-media prints are encouraged as long as photographic imagery is a primary element. JURORS - Book submissions will be juried by Chicago book artist Karen Hanmer. Print submissions will be juried by Greg Cradick, director of Working With Artists & Flash Gallery, Lakewood, Colorado.


A.I.R. International Artists Residencies/FilmFest -Summer 2008- Hungary
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com

The Hungarian Multicultural Center is currently accepting applications for the Budapest/Balatonfured - International Artist/Writer Residencies and FilmFest Program Dates: Tuesday, May 20 - Thursday, June 12, 2008 Thuesday, June 17 - Thursday, July 10, 2008 Tuesday, July 15 - Thursday, August 7, 2008 Submission Deadline: Tuesday, March 25, 2008


Arts NSW Performing Arts Touring Grants - New South Wales
http://www.arts.nsw.gov.au/%20

The Performing Arts Touring Program aims to provide greater access to professional performing arts programs throughout New South Wales by supporting tours to, from and between regional centres. Tours should include at least two venues and demonstrate economies of scale.


Annual funding
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=97aff3f1-fce8-44cc-af6...

The text for this programme is currently being updated for 2008 and will be available shortly. The purpose of Annual Funding is to provide stable and secure funding to certain arts organisations (on an annual basis). Applicants may request a contribution towards both operating and artistic programming costs.


Annual programming grants
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=3410442a-f4ad-47c8-bf0...

The text for this programme is currently being updated for 2008 and will be available shortly. The purpose of Annual Programming Grants is to assist applicants with the costs of their artistic programme. The scheme is not intended to provide support for ongoing operating/administrative costs.


Regularly funded organisations
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=834d9ba8-2b7c-4373-85d...

The text for this programme is currently being updated for 2008 and will be available shortly The purpose of this programme is to strengthen and make more secure a group of key arts organisations, by contributing to both their operating and artistic programming costs. This funding programme is not open to general applications. Instead, the Arts Council will invite organisations to participate on the basis of published criteria.


Commissions award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=91788de2-3171-45c0-851...

The purpose of this award is to encourage creative partnership between diverse range of commissioners and artists.


Banff residency
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=e4fcb531-e98b-4e75-962...

An eight-to-ten week residency in the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada


Frameworks
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=d79673d5-b657-4fb7-9f5...

Frameworks is an established scheme for the making of animated short films.


Projects: once-off award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=9e070db9-36a4-41a2-9ff...

To enable individuals or organisations to carry out stand-alone projects.


Projects: new work award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=2772c489-5ec9-4344-8ac...

For the development of projects that extend boundaries of artforms


Small arts festivals scheme
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=f49f5892-3ac2-426e-a2f...

The text for this scheme is currently being updated for 2008 and will be available shortly. The Small Arts Festivals scheme is designed in the main to support and provide opportunities for small arts festivals or events seeking funding of up to €20,000.


Location one fellowship
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=918ad1be-5910-4592-b90...

A 10-month fellowship based in New York


Performance and Touring Award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=4abcb8aa-8bcd-419b-bc5...

The Performance and Touring Award aims to assist Irish and Ireland-based musicians in realising performance opportunities; offer increased employment opportunities to Irish musicians; develop the skills base of Irish artists in areas such as project planning and administration, self-promotion and selfmanagement; and offer a new source of music programming to concert promoters, and in turn to audiences throughout Ireland.


Bursary award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=483e7a21-cdbd-4775-b27...

To allow artists to buy time, space and freedom to concentrate on developing practice or body of work.


Artist in the community scheme
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=40fbd581-bd45-4118-902...

The aim of the scheme is to encourage intense collaboration between communities of place and/or interest and artists, culminating in an artwork or a project in which the members of the community group and the artists work together in order to realise an artistic project or an event.


Arts and disability awards Ireland
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=cc0fa966-1345-4100-b9b...

It is the aim of the scheme to challenge and inspire artists with disabilities to reach their potential through innovative and experimental projects


Music Recording Scheme
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=faccf72f-4773-4926-a02...

The scheme provides support for professional performers and composers in Ireland through funding for music recording.


Documenting the Arts
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=d22b7f56-6173-4b2b-b5f...

The Documenting the Arts Fund is a joint initiative between An Chomhairle Ealaíon / The Arts Council and Bord Scannán na hÉireann / The Irish Film Board to facilitate filmmakers in creating innovative, new and creative arts-based documentaries.


Deis
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=6abc5c3f-d19b-4f98-875...

Deis is a new scheme established under the Arts Councils Traditional Arts Initiative, 2005-2008. Deis is a proposal-based scheme which is aimed at encouraging and facilitating the traditional arts community to seek funding from the Arts Council for a range of projects.


Travel & training award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=5b99f00f-1c14-4545-b36...

To improve professional development and formation; to encourage networking opportunities; this award incorporates the Travel & Mobility award and the Professional Development and Training Award.


Visual Artists' Awards
http://www.scottisharts.org.uk/1/funding/apply/individuals/visualarts....

Awards of £15,000 are available to visual artists with a significant track record to support new ideas, research and/or realisation of significant projects.


Creative and professional development
http://www.scottisharts.org.uk/1/funding/apply/individuals/visualarts....

To assist individual artists with the costs of creating and presenting work. Minimum £1,000 – maximum £5,000 14 January 2008 (For projects taking place after 1 April 2008)


Antarctic Artists and Writers Program
http://www.us-ipy.gov.

The purpose of the Antarctic Artists and Writers Program is to enable serious writings and works of art that exemplify the Antarctic heritage of humankind. In particular, the program seeks to increase public understanding of the Antarctic region, including the continent and the surrounding oceans, as well as the associated research and education endeavors. The Antarctic Artists and Writers Program provides opportunities for professional artists and writers to travel to Antarctica --- at research stations, field camps, and aboard ships --- to make the observations necessary to complete their proposed projects. While the majority of award recipients are established artists and writers, the program also seeks to support early career artists and writers in an effort to broaden participation. The National Science Foundation funds and manages the U.S. Antarctic Program, which is devoted mainly to scientific research and education in support of the national interest in the Antarctic. The program’s research and support infrastructure enables access to much of the Antarctic region for selected Antarctic Artists and Writers Program projects. It does not typically provide direct financial support to selected applicants. International Polar Year A concerted worldwide effort is underway to plan scientific and educational activities for the upcoming International Polar Year (IPY). Scheduled to officially begin in March 2007, IPY promises to advance our understanding of how the Earth's remote polar regions impact global climate systems, to bring about fundamental advances in many areas of science, and to fire the enthusiasm of young men and women for future careers in science and engineering. The Foundation has placed special emphasis on IPY in recent proposal solicitations and expects to support a wide array of IPY projects. This international event represents a significant opportunity for artists and writers to convey the importance of the polar regions to the world. The submission of IPY-related Antarctic Artists and Writers program proposals are strongly encouraged.


Individual artists funding
http://www.seattle.gov/arts/_downloads/cityartists/CA08Application.doc

Individual artists and the creative process are the heart of an arts community. Every year, the CityArtist Projects program provides funding to develop and present original work by Seattle artists, with different disciplines in alternating years. Funds may support new works, works-in-progress, or finished works, and all projects must include a public presentation. Funding awards range up to $10,000. In the 2007 funding cycle, we awarded $200,000 in grants to 31 artists working in the performing arts. The funded projects will involve 445 artists in 147 events throughout the city. Twenty-two of the 31 artist projects funded are first-time recipients, representing 71 percent of the awards, which range from $1,500 to $10,000. Sixty-five percent of the applicants' requests were fully funded with an average award of $6,451. The program received a record 118 applicants, a 103-percent increase in applications from the previous 2005 funding cycle for performing disciplines.


Prix Arcimboldo: Award for Digital Creation
http://www.arcimboldo-award.com/

Each year the Fondation d'Entreprise HP France awards a prize to a digital artist. The Prix Arcimboldo web site includes details about past winners, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, and contact info. In French and English.


Basil H. Alkazzi Award & Sheldon Bergh Award
http://www.thebasilhalkazziaward.com/

Details of the Basil H. Alkazzi Award [USA] and The Sheldon Bergh Award [USA] from 1987 to 2000.


$2000 Youth Digital Panoramic Art Prize
http://www.horsebazaar.com.au/contentcreation.html

Horse Bazaar, Digital Fringe and Wild Animus present an exciting new youth digital arts prize. Make a video clip 20 metres wide! $2000 will be awarded for the best panoramic digital art piece made to accompany a Wild Animus track. The prize will go to the screen-based content that best uses Horse Bazaar’s unique panoramic projection system. $500 runner up prize. The panoramic projection system created at Horse Bazaar is inspired by the huge panoramic painted canvases of the 19th century. The system uses modern technology to create large-scale panoramas in digital form. Six projectors are tiled together to create a seamless 20 metre digital canvas that envelops the bar. Casting aside the traditional 4:3 screen format, visual artists are asked to produce digital content at an 8:1 ratio. Download Wild Animus tunes and artwork, and make your piece by compiling your stills, animation or video in Watchout for the Horse Bazaar projection system. Come in and test the show in the space if you are able.


Stanthorpe Art Prize
http://www.about-australia.com/events/queensland/southern-downs/events...

The Stanthorpe Art Prize is a showcase of finalists' works in this major AUD15,000 art prize including painting, printmaking, digital art, sculpture, pottery, textiles and mixed media works. Come and view, or take the opportunity to invest in a wide variety of Australian artists' works. Participate in the art-making process and enjoy the festivities. The Art Prize also includes two, AUD2,000 cash art awards, a 'Vollies Pick' award valued at AUD500 and a AUD1,000 value 'Anne Lindsay and Associates Regional Emerging Art Award' used to provide the winning artist with an arts workshop of their choice. The festival attracts over 450 entries Australia-wide and will be judged by a respected and noted Australian artist.


25 August 2007 Share Award: digital art prize 2008 competition announcement
http://www.experientia.com/blog/uploads/2007/08/share.jpg

25 August 2007 Share Award: digital art prize 2008 competition announcement Comment | Trackback Piemonte Share Festival announces the second edition of the Share Prize 2008


SightSonic Artists Platform – call for submissions
http://www.sightsonic.org/platform08

The Artists Platform is an event that offers the opportunity for work by new and emerging practitioners in the field of digital arts to be shown and constructively commented on. The aim of the Platform is to allow developing artists to show their work within a supportive environment with feedback from established artists and practitioners in the field. Enabling participants to develop their skills in the hope that they return a year on as invited artists and in the future the possibility of being a SightSonic commissioned artist. Other benefits include exposure at an exciting festival, meeting other artists, and witnessing other art works in this rapidly developing field. To be eligible to take part > Your work is created by and uses digital technology. > Your work will need to show innovation and artistic merit. > Your work will need to demonstrate the potential to be developed.


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