ENTRY DATE: Digital Art Show

When:
February 23, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where:
Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery
405 Worcester Ave.
West Plains
MO 65775
Contact:
James P. Harlin Foundation Board - Gladys Morris
417-255-0920

Calling all digital artists!

The Harlin Museum, along with the show’s sponsor, SMS Technologies, invites artists to enter our 2019 Digital Art Show Competition, titled “ANother WorLD,” on display at the museum, March 1st – 24th.

The competition is open to all types of digital artists, that is, any artist who utilizes digital technology as part of the creative &/or presentation process of their art. This includes:

  • digital illustration
  • digital animation
  • digital imagery (EXCEPT digitally-edited photos unless part of a larger body of work)
  • digital painting
  • fractal art, pixel art
  • motion graphics
  • algorithm-generated evolutionary art.

Entry Dates: February 22nd & 23rd, 2019. Entries should be brought to the Harlin Museum between 12 pm – 4 pm on either day.

Entry Fees: $10.00 for 1, $15.00 for 2, $20.00 for 3, & $25.00 for 4; you may enter a 5th piece for free.

Guidelines: Entries will be separated into 1 of 2 categories (Still Art or Animated Art), and submissions must be either in print (Still Art) or in a system-compatible digital format (Windows) via external drive or email (Animated Art) to v.martin@harlinmuseum.com. All submissions must be the original work of the artist entering and must not have been previously exhibited at the Harlin Museum.

Awards: Prizes will be awarded at the Awards Reception on the show’s closing day, which is Sunday, March 24th at 2 pm. There will also be an Artist’s Meet & Greet the same day with refreshments served from 1pm-3pm, after which, all artwork will be released for pick up. Prizes will be awarded in each category out to 3rd place, with the Best of Show honoree winning $100.00, and then the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners will receive $75.00, $50.00, & $25.00 respectively.

Sales Commissions: Artists may offer their artwork for sale for the duration of the show. The museum receives a 20% commission on all sales made during this time; the artist receives the other 80%. All entry fees, sales commissions, and donation proceeds go to the maintenance and renovation of the Harlin Museum and the support of its many arts programs. The museum is supported entirely by community donations and volunteer staff and its programs are organized by the Harlin Museum Board.

For more information or answers to questions, please contact the museum at: info@harlinmuseum.com

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