Digital Art Commission

Website: http://brightondigitalfestival.co.uk/open-call-digital-art-co-commission-british-science-festival/

The British Science Festival and Brighton Digital Festival are looking to co-commission a new digital artwork that will be presented in a gallery space at the University of Brighton, Edward St Campus throughout the British Science Festival and Brighton Digital Festival (September – October 2017). They are particularly interested in works that explore and respond to themes of place. They are looking for an original artwork or a significant development of an earlier piece. Proposals can involve online work but a thought-out exhibition proposal must be included. Proposals should be aimed at a public audience and a focus on public engagement and participation will be viewed favourably. A budget of up to £5,000 is available for this commission, to include all fees, design, production and installation. Installation support through the University may be available.

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Expires: April 24, 2017


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