Teri SharpPublic Relations Manager419-255-8000 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Fritz Garrow, APR Director of Communications419-255-8000 ext. email@example.com
There are so many different types of computer-generated art in today’s technological world. Artists have historically utilized whatever art media resources were available to them to express themselves creatively. Inspired by the concept of art and technology and also the TMA-hosted exhibition called The Art of Video Games, (relating to the more recent phenomenon of using video games as creative avenues of expression), the Community Gallery would like to invite area artists who use modern technology to express themselves artistically to submit up to three (3) works to an exhibition celebrating many forms of computer-generated artwork. Submissions will be juried by a panel of TMA staff.
Artists are challenged to create digital illustrations. Accepted 2-D artwork MUST be printed and framed for inclusion in the exhibition. Samples of artwork that can be submitted include but are not limited to:
Note: also eligible are: pixel art, digitally-manipulated photographs and “app” art from programs like Instagram, etc.
Samples of artwork that can be submitted include but are not limited to:
Artists are challenged to make short (less than 3min.) video(s) that may be submitted for jury. All accepted entries will be displayed in the exhibition on a centrally located kiosk with visitors able to touchscreen choose videos they would like to view. All submitted videos need to use the Quicktime file h.264 codec for video size consistency. Samples of artwork that can be submitted include but are not limited to:
Please contact Jennifer Bandeen (419-255-8000 ext. 7495) with any questions.
To Enter: Entrants must submit image(s) of their artwork electronically through the TMA website. Entrants may submit up to 3 entries to be juried by TMA staff (see challenge below for more specifics).
To drop-off artwork: Pull your car up to the Museum’s loading dock and park temporarily. There will be a security guard posted to show you the way to drop-off. All heavy artwork will require artist to bring assistance getting art into the storage area.
Challenge: This exhibition has a challenge component. Each submitting artist should create a work(s) of art that meets the challenge described at the end of this document. [This exhibition was inspired by TMA’s upcoming exhibition, The Art of Video Games]
Once an artist agrees to participate in an exhibition, the artist is agreeing to drop-off and pick-up works during the provided hours. Artists will be disqualified if they do not drop-off works during scheduled times and their works will not appear in the exhibition. There are no exceptions. Please note that having a friend, family member or neighbor drop-off works is acceptable (artist assumes all transit liabilities).
The works of art to be submitted must adhere to the following guidelines:
No entries will be insured against loss of damage while in the Museum or during transit to and from the Museum. The entrant’s signature on the entry form signifies that the entrant agrees to hold harmless the Museum for loss or damage.