Open Call for Maine Artists Who Use Computers

matrix-background-745x425An Open Call to Maine artists who use computers to create art. The Harlow Gallery’s November 2015 exhibition will be a survey of how Maine artists are using computers, software or other digital tools to create art. Art works can be two dimensional, digital, video, conceptional, or something brand new. The deadline is Tuesday, September 15 at 11 p.m.

Artists should be residents of Maine at least part of the year or otherwise have a strong connection to our state. Artists submitting from out of state are responsible for the costs of shipping work to and from the Harlow. Please note that return shipping will be actual cost plus $20 to cover staff time.

All media welcome, as long as computers are involved in the design, creation or presentation. We are not interested in straight digital photographs, but digitally manipulated or scanned images will be considered.

Any computer equipment required to present and display artwork must be provided by the artist and available for the full duration of the exhibition.

All 2 dimensional entries, with the exception of works on canvas, should be framed with either glass or plexiglass unless the work is meant to be presented unframed. Frames and canvases must be wired and ready to hang (ie. with two eye screws and steel wire). Saw-tooth hangers, “clip” frames or unstable frames cannot be accepted.

For submission information and important dates, visit http://harlowgallery.org/call-for-artists-survey-of-computers-in-art-2015