the donnie 2009 international contest and exhibit

The Donnie 2009 International Contest and Exhibit.
Call for entries
. First prize: $1000.00.

Deadline for entries: January 26, 2009

http://moca.virtual.museum/

 

The Donnie 2009 International Contest and Exhibit
Call for entries. First prize: $1000.00.

This is our ninth annual international contest and exhibit, one of the largest and most prestigious digital art events in the world. It is an open event for quality digital art and enhanced photography from beginners to advanced artists. No art is refused.

Even if you’re not a winner, this is a powerful venue for your art virtually and physically. That is, we will professionally print and frame behind glass and hang all art (approximately 12″ by 16″ in size) in our brick-and-mortar Brooklyn gallery and publish all art in an online MOCA gallery through the end of 2009. Exposure of art to a sophisticated and cultured local and international audience is assured. MOCA has sweetened the deal with a $1000.00 first prize. MOCA is also expected to publish a high-quality four-color gloss catalog of the show.

There is a $125.00 entry fee per image. Maximum three images per artist. All art received by upload of digital files via the MOCA website or by email attachment.

PHYSICAL GALLERY LOCATION
Museum of Computer Art

139 11th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11215

EXHIBIT DATES
Tuesday, February 3 through Saturday, February 28, 2009

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES
Monday, January 26, 2009, 11:59 pm (ET)

RECEPTION AND AWARD CEREMONY
Friday, February 27, 2009, 4 – 6 p.m.

You may view Donnie contests from other years and photos of our Brooklyn gallery on our website at: http://moca.virtual.museum/

MOCA can also be accessed at:
www.museumofcomputerart.com | www.museumofcomputerart.org

Don Archer is MOCA director and contest administrator. For questions and comments, write: don@moca.virtual.museum

A distinguished jury will award first, second and third prizes along with five honorable mentions. First prize award is $1000.00 cash. Other awards include exposure in a long-term online Donnie 2009 Winners’ Gallery. All prints remain the property of the Museum and will be archived for possible study and research and inclusion in future shows.

Jury panel will be selected from among previous Donnie jurors: Daryl Wise, Seybold Seminars and MacWorld Expo digital art contest organizer and co-author of Secrets of Award-Winning Digital Artists Revealed; Steve Soper, artist, blogger, videographer and MOCA curator; JD Jarvis, artist, digital art critic and co-author of Going Digital: the Practice and Vision of Digital Artists; Myriam Lozada-Jarvis, New Mexico-based artist and wife of JD Jarvis; Andy McGivern, curator of exhibits at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wassau WI; Joe Nalven, artist, anthropologist, co-founder of Digital Art Guild, San Diego CA; Margot Palmer-Poroner, NYC-based gallery director and publisher of ArtSpeak newspaper and website; and Don Archer, MOCA director.

The Museum of Computer Art is a nonprofit U.S. educational corporation chartered by the NYS Department of Education. It is a member of the University of the State of New York and enjoys IRS 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status. Fees go to support MOCA’s gallery, website and educational programs. Its mission is the promotion of digital art and the artists who produce it. Founded in 1994, MOCA is one of the most heavily-trafficked, comprehensive, frequently-updated and respected computer art museums on the Web. In September 2008 it established its physical gallery in Brooklyn NY, possibly the only gallery in the US dedicated exclusively to the exhibit of digital art.

Full Donnie 2009 information at http://moca.virtual.museum. Thanks for your participation!

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