call for our un-juried show featuring digital art and
photography: 'Snap to Grid'. All entries will be printed
(8.5x11 on heavyweight matte paper) and shown in our
gallery arranged in a grid. Entrants submit one JPEG
file of original work. All styles of 2D artwork and
photography where digital processes of any kind were
integral to the creation of the images are acceptable.
The show will be widely promoted and will include a
reception for the artists.
Prior to and after the exhibition the images and
artist information will be available to gallery visitors
to view in our artist portfolios. Prints can be made
available to buyers on an as needed basis. Artwork for
future exhibits will be selected from the portfolios,
and will also be available for review by area gallerists,
curators and arts journalists.
Location: This call is international, open to all
Show Dates: September 9-October 1, 2004
Deadline for entries: September 5, 2004
Entry Fee: Registration fee is $30US.
Submission Rules: Registration and submission are
done through our web site only. File uploads are the
only accepted submissions. Please do not send materials
to LACDA. All materials sent to LACDA will not be viewed
and cannot be returned.
Multiple entries are permitted. Limit of 3 entries
per person. $30 registration fee for each additional
image. Seperate registration required for each image.
Images must be under two megabites in size.
Sales of Artwork: Submissions will be included in our
artists portfolio and will be offered for sale. Price
and type of print to be determined when interest is
shown by buyer in works by artist. Gallery retains 50%
of all sales. Winners retain ownership of all
intellectual property rights to their artwork and prints
are made by permission only.
Gallery Information: Los Angeles Center For Digital
Art is dedicated to the propagation of all forms of
digital art, supporting local, international, emerging
and established artists. We have an ongoing schedule of
exhibits and competitions, produce editions of wide
format archival prints, and provide low cost education
for individuals interested in learning software programs
utilized for art and design.