Deadline: October 3, 2014
Entries submitted after that date require a $10 per entry late fee. No entries will be accepted after October 17, 2014.
New Category: Student work is now being accepted for this competition.
Enter the most prestigious design competition for interactive media, theCommunication Arts Interactive Competition. Any interactive project created for digital distribution on disc, interactive kiosk, handheld device, online service or the World Wide Web is eligible. Selected by a nationally representative panel of distinguished programmers, interface designers and creative directors, the winning entries will be distributed worldwide in the Communication Arts Interactive Annual, in print and on the iPad, and on commarts.com, assuring important exposure to the creators of this outstanding work.
Each winning entrant will receive a personalized Award of Excellence, milled from solid aluminum and award certificates issued for firms, individuals and clients.
CA’s Award of Excellence is one of the most-coveted awards in the industry. If chosen, winning places you in the highest ranks of your profession. Ask any creative director which competitions rank as the most influential and they’ll place Communication Arts at the top of the list.
OCCCA in Downtown Santa Ana is calling all artists to submit work for their new show “You Should Not be Here: A Photographic & Video Exhibition.
In this exhibition they will showcase artists who reflect themes that people don’t want to deal with or situations in which people choose to ignore in order to detach from reality.
The artists should focus the entries on their own concept, views & themes reflecting someone/something that “shouldn’t be here”. Click the image below for more details on entering and good luck!
The Avant Garde Collection is a much anticipated show taking place at OCMA beginning next week. The show will run from September 7, 2014 – January 4, 2015. The Avant-Garde Collection traces the museum’s acquisitions highlights across five decades, with a specific focus on the evolving definition of avant-garde during that period. Drawn entirely from OCMA’s collection, the selection’s underlying premise is to combine the retroactive gaze that enables us to determine which artists transcended the avant-garde of their time and which did not, with an historical effort to reconsider works that may have been visible in their heyday but have since slipped from view, there awaiting future scholarly reassessment.
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