Call for Art: 6th Annual Armstrong National 2-D Competition Exhibition, Armstrong State University, Savannah, Georgia
Deadline: October 20
The Fine Arts Gallery at Armstrong State University is proud to announce its 6th Annual Armstrong National 2‑D Competition Exhibition. Over the past five years we have had over a thousand art works submitted to this competition. Each year the judges select 30 finalists. We are proud to announce that online submission is now available for this most diverse 2-D competition. The show will feature 2-D artwork including, but not limited to, drawing, graphics, painting, textiles, printmaking, and photography. The artwork will be judged by Chris Valle, curator and art department chairperson at the University of Florida.
Exhibition Dates: December 14, 2016 – January 18, 2017.
How to Enter:
For eligibility, submission guidelines, and detailed information about the show please visit:http://armstrong.edu/national_2D_exhibition
Email questions about the show to: email@example.com
Call for Art: MONO, Sulfur Studios, Savannah, GA
Deadline: May 15
Sulfur studios is please to announce our summer juried exhibition, MONO, featuring monoprints and monotypes. Any printmaking technique that results in a one of a kind work is eligible, including work that is experimental, sculptural or installation based.
Call for Entries
Call for Art: 2nd Annual Savannah GIF Festival, Art Rise Savannah, Savannah, GA
Art Rise Savannah is looking for the world’s top GIF animations to be featured in one of the largest exhibitions of this particular filetype in the world. The 2nd Annual Savannah GIF Festival will feature multiple categories as well as live music to accompany the silent animations during the inaugural screening. Artists interested in having their animations featured in the upcoming festival can find our submission page at giffest.xyz. Submissions are completely free and there is no limit to the number of animations that can be submitted. Also on our website is a video preview of last years festival.
GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format, is the filename for the small animations that have taken over the internet as the go-to filetype for cat memes, small video clips, trippy animations and more. Developed by Steve Wilhite in 1987 while working at CompuServe, a GIF is a bitmap image that supports a palette of 256 different colors and multiple frames.