Enter our juried competition for digital art and photography. Entrants
submit three JPEG files 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 competition is
international, open to all geographic locations. The selected winner recieves 10 prints up to 44x60 inches on canvas or
museum quality paper (approximately a $1500-$2000 value) to be shown
in a solo exhibition in our main gallery from June 14, 2006-July 7,
2007. The show will be widely promoted and will include a reception
for the artist.
Second place prizes: Five second place winners will receive one print
of their work up to 24x36 inches ($150-$200 in value) to be included
in upcoming group shows. Second place winners will be scheduled into
group shows within twelve months of announcement of winners.
Consideration is given to placing these works in shows appropriate to
their style, genre and/or content. These shows will be widely promoted
and will include a reception for the artists.
Special consideration will be given to all entrants for inclusion in
future shows at LACDA. Many entrants from past competitions have
already been included in our exhibits. Deadline for entries: May 27,
Winners will be announced June 5, 2007.
Registration fee is $30US.
Online registration only.
For questions email us at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Jurors: Rebecca Morse
Assistant Curator, MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art
Since 2001 she has flown solo on shows for
filmmaker/photographer/provocateur Larry Clark, Aaron Siskind and
Franz Klein (2001-2002), and Lee Friedlander (2002). Her biggest
endeavor was the Lucian Freud exhibit (2003). From House to Home:
Picturing Domesticity went up at MOCA's Pacific Design Center
exploring concepts of domesticity inside homes and out. MOCA at Cal
Plaza saw Public Record, a showcase of recent additions to the
museum's photography collection. Also exhibited was Mid-Century
Masterworks From the Collection, the pick of the litter from MOCA's
permanent 4,200-piece collection. Recent projects include Street
Credibility, which she co-curated with artist Mike Kelley, and Lorna
Simpson, whose 20 year survey she coordinated for MOCA. She is the
curator of the recent exhibition Bill Owens: Suburbia as well as the
forthcoming exhibition of the work of photographer Florian
Maier-Aichen for June 2007.
Curatorial Assistant, MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art
His interest in art and technology is exemplified by his curation of
"Out of the Ordinary: New Video from Japan" concurrently screening at
the Getty Center and MOCA. This collaboration between the Getty
Research Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,
combines a survey of the early history of video art in Japan
(1968-1988) with presentations of contemporary Japanese video art. Two
programs at the Getty Center highlight a broad range of short videos,
and four programs at the MOCA's Silverscreen Theater at the Pacific
Design Center focus on individual artists and larger themes within
this rich and varied history. As part of this collaboration between
MOCA and the Getty, each venue will present portions of both programs
for a total of six nights.
Aritist, Curator, Director LACDA Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
Curated or participated in over 40 shows, screenings, panels and
events since opening LACDA in early 2004 including the Guggenheim
Gallery/Chapman University, and exhibits in collaboration with
SIGGRAPH, Dance Camera West/UCLA Live/Hammer Museum, and the
Silverlake Film Festival (upcoming May 2007). His video "Widescreen"
is screening at the Pompidou Center, Paris this June. He is known
internationally for his advocacy and leadership within the digital