Denver Theatre District's Blue Trees Begins April 18

  • An Environmental Art Installation About Global Deforestation And The Importance Of Trees To People And Their Environment
  • The installation will take place in downtown Denver on the streets of The Denver Theatre District, between Speer Boulevard and 17th Street and between Lawrence Street and Stout Street
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On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, Konstantin Dimopoulos' The Blue Trees, an environmental art installation about global deforestation and the importance of trees to people and their environment, will launch in The Denver Theatre District, coloring the trees lining the streets of downtown Denver, using a biologically-safe, water-based, non-permanent colorant.

The work is the first in a series of installations, collectively called Terra Firma, to be hosted by The Denver Theatre District in 2017. The Blue Trees takes a familiar urban landscape and transforms it into something surreal, unfamiliar, even uncomfortable, inviting the public to notice the presence of trees and question what occurs when our environment changes.

The aim of The Blue Trees is to generate thinking and conversation about environmental and social issues, raising social consciousness through art.

Family-friendly and free programming, scheduled throughout the month of May and hosted by The Denver Theatre District, will include musical performances, performances by local arts & culture organizations, educational lectures and wellness events.

  • About Konstantin Dimopoulos
Konstantin Dimopoulos creates both permanent and temporary public art installations, from sculptures to land art. Born to Greek parents in Egypt, he and his family migrated to New Zealand when he was a young boy in the 1960s at a time when there was no support for new immigrants. This experience as a merely tolerated stranger in a new land has resonated throughout his life when he studied first as a sociologist then as an artist. A deep connection with humanity, social justice and environmental consciousness pervades his artwork. The Blue Trees highlights the issue of global deforestation; while The Purple Rain removes the anonymity from the generic term “homeless.” His kinetic linear sculptures are in public art collections around the United States. For more information about Dimopoulos and his work, visit http://www.kondimopoulos.com.
  • Family Fun Day
Family Fun Day will take place on Sunday, May 21 at Skyline Park on the 16th Street Mall, giving families an opportunity to color 200 saplings, participate in environmentally friendly educational activities and enjoy kid-friendly entertainment.

 

Tansey Contemporary Opens New Location at 1743 Wazee Street, Denver CO

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Tansey Contemporary, founded in Santa Fe, NM, announces its new flagship space in LoDo at 1743 Wazee Street, now open to the public

Tansey Contemporary is focused at the intersection between contemporary art, design and fine craft including glass, ceramics, fiber, mixed media, sculpture and painting. The artist roster features well established artists making museum quality works who are exhibiting nationally and internationally.

The gallery is expanding its presence from Santa Fe, New Mexico, recognized as the third largest art market in the US, after gaining a national following. Its current space on the famed Canyon Road will remain open, but Denver will become the headquarters from which the Tanseys hope to continue to expand the business’ international reach.

“Denver is an attractive place to run an international business. Its growing population, thriving economy, continually improving infrastructure, international accessibility and diverse, skilled workforce make it ideal for our purposes. We think it is significant that Denver’s voters and leaders understand the positive contribution the arts make to the city’s economic development, as demonstrated by the recent extension of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). We hope to make a positive contribution by basing our business here and continuing to participate in the local arts community,” explain the gallery’s owners, Michael and Jennifer Tansey.

Michael Tansey is heavily involved in the national arts community as majority owner and Chairman of Art Miami, LLC, which runs a growing portfolio of prestigious international art fairs primarily staged in Florida and New York. The company’s flagship fair is Art Miami, the well-established leading satellite to Art Basel during Miami’s art week in December. The portfolio also includes Context Miami, Aqua, Art Wynwood, Art New York, Context New York, Art Southampton and the recently launched Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary.

Jennifer Tansey is from the Denver area. Her early career was based in this community, working in organizational communications, partner relations and marketing in both the non-profit and business sectors. She left her most recent role as Membership Manager at Colorado Public Radio to run the gallery full time and is a member of the 2017 Colorado Business Committee for the Art’s Leadership Arts class.

The couple acquired the Santa Fe Gallery in 2013 as its previous owner, Jane Sauer, looked to retire. It was originally founded in 2001 by philanthropist Mary Annhalzer, who was very committed to addressing women’s issues. The Tanseys preserve this aspect of the gallery’s history by maintaining at least 50% female artists in the gallery program (currently above 60%).

Visit the gallery in LoDo at 1743 Wazee Street, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11am to 6pm, online at http://www.tanseycontemporary.com, call 720-596-4243 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

 

Denver Theatre District Announces Terra Firma: A Series of Art Installations

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The Denver Theatre District, with the expertise of Denver-based arts curator and partner NINE dot ARTS, will activate a 16-block area of downtown Denver during 2017 with Terra Firma, a series of unique urban art installations. Terra Firma will feature the work of local, national and international artists with the following installations throughout the year.

Konstantin Dimopoulos’ “The Blue Trees,” an environmental art installation about global deforestation and the importance of trees to people and their urban environment. Scheduled for April and May with details about the exhibition coming in early March.

Temporary Arts Incubator, an opportunity for local artists to exhibit their work and activate the city center with unique art experiences. Scheduled to launch in June.
An internationally recognized artist whose installation will invite the audience to share in artistic creativity on the streets of downtown. Scheduled for August and September, at which time the artist will be disclosed to the public.

“After nearly a decade of providing interactive cultural experiences and events to the public, including Supernova, Murmuration, Sesh Fest and Oh Heck Yeah!, The Denver Theatre District is excited to continue our support of artists by infusing the community with these engaging and unusual installations,” said David Ehrlich, executive director, The Denver Theatre District. “Each installation will include free programming that energizes the streets, activates the public, and collaborates with local organizations, schools and partners.”

For more information about Terra Firma, as it becomes available, please visit The Denver Theatre District website. For DTD images, visit http://bit.ly/2lvR0Dj.

About The Denver Theatre District

The Denver Theatre District (DTD) enlivens a 16-block area of downtown Denver through interactive, immersive and experimental art and culture events and experiences. The DTD provides creatives with a downtown platform and financial support for sharing their work. The DTD is a private non-profit funded through a revenue share collected from advertising on static and LED screens located throughout the District. The DTD invests its outdoor media revenues in cultural and art-based experiences, most of which are free to the public. This model is the first of its kind, setting an example for cities nationwide in how to leverage private revenue streams to fund public art and activity.

 

Mike Wright Gallery to Merge with Abend/1261

 
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Mike Wright Gallery is excited to announce a new chapter in in Denver's dynamic art scene. We have merged with the renowned 1261 and Abend galleries headed up by one of Colorado's premier gallerists Christine Serr and her partners Quang Ho, Doug Kacena and David Uhl. Christine brings a wealth of knowledge to collectors with over 25 years as a gallery owner. Beginning April 1st the new gallery group will begin renovations to create an amazing and innovative new concept where all three galleries (1261, Abend and MIke Wright Gallery under a new name) will exist in a progressive space designed to enhance the collector's experience.

Many of our existing artists will continue to exhibit with the new galleries, joining the incredible roster of artists represented by the gallery group, including masters like Daniel Sprick, Vincent Zeus and Jeremy Mann.

 

Denver Arts & Venues reopening historic McNichols Civic Center Building

Featuring exhibits I’ve got a bike!: Artists respond to the Bicycle and SPOKES

  • Special grand opening event: Thursday, September 15, 5:30pm
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Elevated by Ian Houghton and Steven Derks, White Rhino Customs, 19.5 ft. wide x 17 ft. tall, 2016

After a year of restoration and enhancement, Denver Arts & Venues is reopening the McNichols Civic Center Building to the public with a special event Thursday, Sept. 15, 5:30 p.m.

The public is invited to partake in a grand reopening celebration with food, drink, entertainment and opportunities to win prizes such as roundtrip airfare, tickets to Red Rocks concerts, Broadway shows, and more. Tickets are on sale now at AXS.com.

The grand reopening celebration is the public’s opportunity to see the newest iteration of this historic building. Improvement highlights include a new front courtyard offering better connectivity to Civic Center Park and universal access to the building. The open courtyard supports outdoor program activation, as well as showcasing the building’s second floor exterior balcony. A new freight elevator grants easier access for public and private events and will enable diverse Denver Arts & Venues programming. Second and third floor restrooms have been renovated and relocated creating more usable space and higher capacity events.

The grand reopening celebration also highlights the newest exhibitions at the McNichols Building. “Art of Sport: Iconic Photographs of American Legends from 1956-today” features the work of the famous Rich Clarkson and the Clarkson Creative Group, and includes iconic shots of NCAA tournaments, the Denver Broncos and Colorado Rockies. “I’ve got a bike!: Artists respond to the Bicycle” celebrates Colorado’s bike community through the eyes of local artists with SPOKES presenting cutting-edge videos and sculptures on the cycling theme.

Opening as a Carnegie Library in 1910, and located at the intersection of Colfax Avenue and Bannock Street, the McNichols Building originally served as Denver’s first public library and as the center of learning in Civic Center Park. The Greek Revival-style building was designed by Albert Ross and funded through a generous $200,000 donation from industrialist and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie. The building served as a library until 1955 and then as the home of the Denver Water Board. The building was renamed the McNichols Civic Center Building in 1999 in honor of the McNichols family contributions to Denver.

In 2010 the inaugural Biennial of the Americas transformed the building into a focal point of culture, art and ideas, representing people of the western hemisphere for the month of July. Denver Arts & Venues re-opened the building in 2012 as a contemporary arts and culture hub for the people of Denver. The McNichols Building, with its classic Corinthian columns and iconic colonnade, offers new arts and culture experiences in a classic space. The building, along with Civic Center Park, was named a National Historic Landmark in 2012. With the new renovations, the distinguished building enters its new chapter, not only as a historic cornerstone in Denver, but as a place to experience art, culture and events.

Please visit http://mcnicholsbuilding.com

 

Con.cept Colorado Coming to North Denver Spring of 2017

  • Ice Cube is losing their space at the Dry Ice Factory, but they've found a new home at Con.cept Colorodo, along with a number of the crew from Core. Info at http://www.concept-colorado.com

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con.cept colorado is a new 11 acre art complex, comprised of art studios ranging in size from 350 to 2,000 square feet, larger gallery spaces of varying sizes, and other amenities such a a coffee house and food and drink venues. the artist community will also host many special public events, art workshops, etc.

con.cept is located just outside of denver, colorado. the site is situated 7 minutes north of the river north (RiNo) art district. interstate highways 76, 270 and 25 are very close and convenient, and a new light rail station will open close to the site in 2018, which will link the complex to downtown denver and other city segments.

phase one is scheduled to open in spring of 2017.

con.cept colorado is located at:
6601 colorado boulevard
commerce city, colorado 80022

 

Museum Of Contemporary Art Denver Announces Free Memberships For Colorado Artists

To register for an artist membership, or to learn more, visit: http://mcadenver.org/imanartist.php
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MCA Denver is pleased to announce the I’m an Artist membership, a new program providing free museum membership for working artists residing in Colorado. This new membership level is the first in a series of initiatives and programs aiming to enrich Denver’s future by ensuring that artists and creatives are integral to its growth and success.

“MCA Denver is committed to being custodians of Denver’s creative future, by ensuring that Denver’s prosperity integrates the crucial creative elements that lend character and diversity to the city, promote innovative thinking, and attract even more creative talent,” said Adam Lerner, Director and Chief Animator at MCA Denver. "Free admission for artists is the first step we are taking towards the goal of adding color and texture to Denver's current and future success.”

MCA Denver is excited to be the first museum in Colorado to secure funding (for three years) to underwrite 1000 memberships, to be used exclusively by working artists. Beginning on November 19, Colorado-based artists can register for memberships through MCA Denver’s website (mcadenver.org/imanartist.php).

“Colorado artists have always been a crucial part of our program, and this initiative takes our support one step further. It puts a little more wind in the sails of the many creative individuals who add vitality to the life of the city, regardless of their career stature.” said Lerner.

To celebrate the new I’m an Artist membership, MCA Denver will be hosting a launch party on November 19, 2015 from 7-9PM. The party will coincide with the reopening of the Open Shelf Library, featuring work from twenty-three artists. The party will feature live screen printing of the artist membership cards, a vintage pinball tournament hosted by Marc Hughes, tunes from DJ Mike Giant, and drink specials in the MCA Cafe + Bar. Admissions to the event is one cent and open to the public.

This program is one of a series of initiatives and new programs that the museum will roll out over the next three years, in an effort to enrich Denver’s future by ensuring that artists and creatives are integral to its growth and success.

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
1485 Delgany
Denver, CO 80202
303.298.7554
http://mcadenver.org

 

Call for Muralists: Boulder Office of Arts and Culture's Mural Artist Roster

Deadline: Wednesday May 16, 2018 at 11:59 pm 

CBOCA MastheadThe City of Boulder Office of Arts and Culture is excited to announce an opportunity for muralists to join the Mural Artist Roster.

Artists living in the Front Range Corridor (CO & WY) are invited to submit qualifications to join the Boulder Office of Arts and Culture's Mural Artist Roster. This roster serves as a resource to identify artists most suitable for new artwork commissions, including the Creative Neighborhoods Mural Program. Application Materials: Letter of Interest, up to 8 work samples, image identification list, and references. All materials must be submitted through CaFE.

The Creative Neighborhoods Mural Program is an opportunity to collectively promote the unique personalities of Boulder through the commissioning of murals on private properties within Boulder’s neighborhoods. The program has three feature components: a roster of artists living in the Front Range Corridor, a property owner application, and up to $2,500 provided by the Office of Arts and Culture for each mural. In 2018, nine new projects are anticipated, one project within each of Boulder’s subcommunities. The Property Owner application is anticipated to open May 1.

 

City of Boulder Presents "Art of Data" Open Call

Deadline for submission: Thursday May 31, 2018

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The City of Boulder City Manager’s Office, Information Technology Department, and the Boulder Public Library are excited to announce an open call for artwork for an upcoming exhibition, Art of Data. This exhibition will be held in the Canyon Gallery of the Main Library from December 14, 2018 to February 3, 2019. The show will celebrate art created by the community, inspired by the City of Boulder’s Open Data Catalog and other public City data.

Our community of Boulder has a strong commitment to creativity, a progressive and inclusive mindset, and an entrepreneurial spirit. Within the local government sector, we have a renewed focus on innovation that is being driven by a citywide effort to enhance data-driven decision-making and innovation. In order to further our innovation work and continue encouraging an open dialogue about important issues in our community, the City of Boulder is seeking artwork that has been inspired by our city’s data. Submit your artwork idea that is inspired by Boulder data and showcase what the City’s progress and priorities mean to you.

 

Call for Entries: 28th Annual Golden Fine Arts Festival

Application deadline: Sunday April 15, 2018

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The Golden Fine Arts Festival, now in its 28th year, invites artists nationwide to apply!

A Golden icon for nearly three decades, Golden Fine Arts Festival is a prestigious juried art show located in the heart of historic downtown Golden, Colorado. With its prime location just 20 minutes West of Metro Denver and free admission to the public, this premier event draws over 35,000 visitors over 2 days to enjoy art, live performances, craft beer, food vendors, and children’s activities.

The established art fair will be limited to 134 artists selected through a competitive jury process. Cash prizes of over $2,000 await 1st and 2nd place winners in nine categories, as well as Best of Show and Best of Colorado honors. Produced by the Golden Chamber of Commerce, Golden Fine Arts Festival is a favorite of those who value an attentive and welcoming environment for artists and patrons alike.

Golden Fine Arts Festival's award-winning artists are featured in the Golden Chamber’s Member & Community Directory with an annual circulation of over 25,000. View the 2017 Artists Feature here. Golden Fine Arts Festival is a trademark, award-winning annual event with national recognition with national recognition promoted through advertising, digital and social media, event directories, and more.

 

Call for Artists: Georgetown Plein Air

Saturday August 11th, 2018 in Georgetown Colorado

Application deadline: Friday June 1st, 2018

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The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program is pleased to present our first Plein Air event in historic, picturesque Georgetown, Colorado. Just 45 minutes west of Denver along I-70 at 8,500 ft elevation, and part of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Landmark Historic District, a charming town of colorful Victorian buildings ringed by mountain views, Georgetown has long been a favorite of artists. Registration and exhibition will be held at Georgetown Heritage Center, recently restored 1874 schoolhouse, at 809 Taos Street. Join us for this one-day painting event in the summer mountain air!

Eligibility

All fine arts mediums are acceptable, using plein air technique. All artwork must be created outdoors on stamped canvas or other medium on August 11 within the defined boundary area. Although not a juried entry process, only qualified plein air artists are eligible for the exhibition and prizes. Plein air artists must submit a resume including exhibits and shows and three (3) images of plein air paintings in jpg format, or a link to a website displaying their work in this genre. Exhibit space is limited, the first 50 qualified artist applicants will be accepted.

Registration

Registration cost is $30 non-refundable, application must be received by June 1. Late registration fee is $40. Apply by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Send resume including exhibits and shows and three (3) images of plein air paintings in jpg format, or a link to a website displaying their work in this genre.

 

Call for Entries: 
Hey Diddle Diddle at Niza Knoll Gallery

Artist Interpretations of Nursery Rhymes and Fairy Tales

Deadline for submissions: Tuesday May 29, 2018

nkgNiza Knoll Gallery in Denver Colorado is pleased to invite artists throughout the United States to submit work to the juried exhibit “Hey Diddle Diddle” in which nursery rhymes or fairy tales are interpreted through art. The first regional show of this kind was held in 2015 and the gallery received such fascinating stories and marvelous art, that they were encouraged to hold it a second time and to open the call for artists up nationally.

This exhibit is for adults not children, so your interpretation is wide open. 

The exhibition of accepted work opens June 15, 2018 and runs through July 28th. It is a great time to have art showcased in Denver’s popular and renowned Art District on Santa Fe. Submissions will be juried by a blind-juried method. Juror to be announced. Entry fee is $40.00 for 1 to 3 entries. Awards will be given to Best of Show, 2nd and 3rd place winners.

Niza Knoll Gallery
915 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
303.953.1789
http://www.nizaknollgallery.com

 

Call for Entries: Third Annual Supernova Digital Animation Festival

Dates & Deadlines:

  • Early reduced entry fee deadline: May 15, 2018
  • Final entry deadline: July 15, 2018
  • Notification Date: August 15, 2018
  • Event Date in Downtown Denver: September 21 – 22, 2018
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Supernova is the only major festival to focus solely on the latest advances in digital animation as art, presented free to the public on large-scale LED screens in the heart of Denver, Colorado, one of the fastest growing cities currently in the US. The festival returns for the third year to the Denver Theatre District with an expanded lineup of screens and exciting program activities slated to energize the city in the fall of 2018. It's an experience not to be missed!

Call for Entries: 45th Annual Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibit

Deadline: May 22, 2018

  • For more information and to apply, visit http://bit.ly/Watermedia 
  • Juried in 2018 by internationally acclaimed painter, author, and teacher, Mary Ann Beckwith
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An annual juried exhibition of watermedia artwork nationwide The Rocky Mountain National Watermedia (RMNW) exhibition, in its 45th year, is presented by Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) in Evergreen, Colorado. RMNW attracts entrants and jurors from throughout the United States, and is regarded as one of the top watermedia exhibitions in the country. CAE’s mission is to promote and cultivate artistic excellence and to enrich the art experience in our mountain community. A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, CAE is committed to delivering engaging exhibitions and diverse educational programs for adults and children. In 2017 we moved into a new facility which includes a totally renovated brand new gallery space that was formerly a historic schoolhouse and church.
  • All artists residing in the United States are invited to submit their work
  • Paintings must be an aqueous medium on watercolor papers, watercolor canvas, watermedia boards such as Aquabord, Claybord, Gessobord, Yupo, illustration boards, panels (egg tempera)
  • Non-watercolor canvas is not permitted
  • Computer‐generated works or Giclee prints are also not permitted
  • All collage materials must be painted by the artist
Juror Mary Ann Beckwith served as an instructor of Art at Michigan Technological University from 1973 until 2012. Mary Ann has been awarded signature membership in the American Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society, the Watercolor Honor Society of Watercolor USA, the International Society of Experimental Artists, the Transparent Watercolor Society, and others. She has served as juror for many National and Regional societies and organizations: including the American Watercolor Society 150th Annual Exhibition; the National Watercolor Society; the International Society of Experimental Artists Society. Her work has been featured in many books and magazines, including a feature article in International Artist Magazine. 

Center for the Arts Evergreen
31880 Rocky Village Dr.
Evergreen, CO 80439
303.674.0056
http://www.evergreenarts.org

 

Call for Entries: Drawing the Line at 40 West Gallery

Submission Deadline: Saturday April 21, 2018

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A line is powerful. It divides positive and negative space, distinguishes one plane from another, and creates boundaries. It expresses length, direction, speed and movement. A single line can convey shape, form and structure. For this exhibit, we ask for your interpretation on 'drawing the line'. All mediums and styles are welcome. This exhibit is highly open to interpretation. Opening Reception Date: First Friday June 1st from 5-8pm in conjunction with a district-wide Art Walk, Lakewood's week of INSPIRE and the launch of the new 40 West ArtLine.

40 West Arts
1560 Teller Street
Lakewood, CO 80214

 

EDGE Gallery Call for New Members


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EDGE seeks contemporary artists working in any media for full, associate or affiliate membership. EDGE is an independent exhibition space managed by artists and supports those working on the margins of materials, content and technology. Our mission provides fresh challenges to the publish audience. EDGE welcomes membership applications from artists of all communities and cultures.

EDGE Gallery is now located in the growing 40 West Art District in Lakewood, CO. For more information about the Art District and plans for upcoming development and events, visit http://www.40westarts.org 

Edge Gallery
7001 W. Colfax
Lakewood, CO
303.477.7173
Thu: 1-5pm, Fri: 1-9pm, Sat:12-5pm
http://edgeart.org

 

Call for Entries: Colorado Dragon Boat Festival 2018 Poster Contest

Entries must be submitted online no later than May 1st, 2018 by 5:00pm Mountain Time

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The 2016 Image Design Contest winner was created by Kim Ta

The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival is now accepting entries for our 11th annual Poster Contest. Each year, we call for the creative imaginations of graphic artists — both professional and young students — to have fun illustrating the magic of our event, and submitting their best designs for review by a panel of judges.

The winning design will primarily be used for the festival promotional poster and possibly for collectible merchandise. The winner of the competition will be honored as the Official Festival Poster Artist at the Opening Ceremony on the Main Stage of the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival.

Requirements:

Any individual may participate regardless of age, experience, technical skills, or other indicators. There is a $5 processing fee; there is no limit of entries per person. Student artists currently enrolled in grades 6 through 12 will qualify for the Young at Art awards. There is NO FEE for student artists.

Awards are as follows:
  • 1st place: $300
  • 2nd place: $200
  • 3rd place: $100
  • Young at Art Award (6th-12th Grade): $50
CDBF reserves the right to use the winning image on miscellaneous advertisement or promotional media, T-shirts, and any other CDBF related items. The winning entry will become the full property of CDBF, with all rights and privileges inherent thereto. CDBF reserves the right to resize or otherwise alter the winning entry before using it in promotion and merchandising materials, or to not use any submitted competition materials at CDBF’s sole discretion.

Complete details online at: http://www.cdbf.org/participate/poster-contest

 

Call for Entries: Currents 9th Annual International New Media Art Festival

June 8 - 24, 2018 in Santa Fe NM

  • To view submission guidelines and to submit an application visit: https://currentsnewmedia.org/guidelines-2018 
  • Selected artists in the New Media Installation, Outdoor, Multimedia Performance, Virtual Reality, Robotics, and Installations for Children Categories will be considered for full lodging, travel, and shipping support.
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CURRENTS serves as a platform for artistic experimentation. It promotes exploration into all forms of new media art, providing the public with an opportunity to experience an outstanding selection of innovative work. CURRENTS is committed to making this extraordinary form, at the intersection of art and technology, available to everyone.

Currents is accepting submissions in the following categories:
  • New Media Installations
  • Outdoor New Media Installations and Projections
  • Single Channel Video and Animation
  • Multimedia Performance
  • Experimental Documentary
  • Web-Art / Art-Gaming / Mobile Device Apps
  • Virtual Reality Environments
  • Robotics
  • Digitally Generated Objects (ie. 3D Printing)
  • Interactive Installations for Children

 

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