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|dARTboard Call for Entries in Digital Art 2013|
Deadline: October 22, 2012.The Vilcek Foundation is pleased to announce the second annual dARTboard Call for Entries in Digital Art. We are now accepting submissions of work created by foreign-born artists living permanently in the United States, using computer-based and new media technologies, to be featured on the dARTboard, on Vilcek.org, in early 2013. The chosen applicant will receive an Artist’s Honorarium of $5,000. There is no application fee. Submissions will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. EDT on October 22, 2012. Eligible applicants must be foreign-born (originally foreign citizens) and be permanent U.S. residents (green card holders) or naturalized U.S. citizens.
• A scanned copy of applicant’s green card or passport (if a naturalized citizen).
• A copy of applicant’s resume/CV (Word or PDF)
• Up to five (5) digital work samples (images, video, audio, etc.).
• A Work Samples Sheet (Word or PDF), available at http://goo.gl/22FIo.
In lieu of a file, applicants may submit URL links leading to the work sample(s), if hosted online. Please provide URL information in the Work Samples Sheet, available at http://goo.gl/22FIo.
The application materials, including all submitted files, must not exceed 5MB.
Image files may be a maximum of 300 dpi and 1000px x 1000px Video files may be a maximum of 720px x 480px
Files must be named 1_lastname_firstinitial.mov, 2_lastname_firstinitial.mp3, etc.
Please note, if submitting more than one work for consideration, it will be up to the juror’s discretion to choose the exhibited work.
All completed applications must be received electronically no later than 5PM EDT on October 22, 2012. Hard copies of application materials, including work samples, will not be considered or returned.
The chosen applicant will be notified by November 30, 2012. The applicant must be able to submit complete, web-ready content by December 7, 2012.
Past Vilcek Foundation grantees and Vilcek Prize winners are not eligible to apply.
About the Vilcek Foundation:
The Vilcek Foundation was established in 2000 by Jan and Marica Vilcek, immigrants from the former Czechoslovakia. The mission of the Foundation is to raise public awareness of the contributions of immigrants to the sciences, arts, and culture in the United States. The Foundation hosts cultural events to promote the work of immigrants, and awards annual prizes to prominent immigrant biomedical scientists and artists who make outstanding contributions to American society.
The Vilcek Foundation