Attention Art Students!!! There is an call for art right now for the iDEA exhibition at LCAD. Read below and follow this link for details!
DEAS_13: “Celebrate what we build and how it will impact the future” is an exhibition of artistic and innovative digital work. This iDEAS exhibition coincides with the eleventh annual International Digital Media and Arts Association (IDMAA) conference, to be held on the campus of LCAD in Laguna Beach, CA. Digital art works may be represented as interactive pieces, animation, video, imagery, virtual spaces, sound, sculpture and hybrid media. Any piece using digital innovation to communicate an aesthetic idea is welcome.
iDEAS_13 will give artists an opportunity to share work that tells the story of where they have been as well as communicate where there are now in this ever-changing digital spectrum. Along with your visual work, artists are invited to submit a 250-word statement with each piece.
iDEAS_13 will display art and accept essays that seek to communicate the story of digital art over the last decade. We will consider retrospective story in the broadest sense and anticipate works that are linear or nonlinear and literal or metaphorical.
The Cruz gallery (a new art gallery in Santa Ana) will be showcasing Kate Stipp’s recent drawings and paintings exploring the theme of “adolescence”. The series discusses our societies fascination with youth and the process of “growing -up.” The presentation of colorful lighthearted images juxaposed the deep context and questions brought to light have created a beautiful and powerful exhibition.
There is a pretty amazing show going on at the As Issued Bookstore right now called Present Tense. If you haven’t had a chance to take a peek…it’s open until Oct 27 and I highly recommend it! Here are a couple photos from opening night!
The OCCCA in Downtown Santa Ana invites submissions in all media from artists who will share their stories and expressions of self-awareness. Issues related to gender, race, religion, sexuality, politics, science, technology & psychology are just some of the personal themes explored in Compass. You can download the prospectus here!