International Computer Art Festival, the festival that gathers artists, students and enthusiasts of computer art, is on its second edition now. It will take place in Nova Gorica/Slovenia, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 7 2001. Pixxelpoint is based on showing illustrations, fine and pop art made with help of the computer. It is a two way communication exhibition: it gives artists from all around the world the opportunity to show their work and lets people see what's happening in the world of computer art. Images are put from screen onto the walls of the gallery, and animations are shown via video projector. This year we present a music section, too. The first edition of Pixxelpoint was a big success followed by Italian and Slovene national TV stations and media. There is no fee for submitted works! There is no thematic limitations. All the artists kindly invited.


Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)
New York, NY USA United States of America

ASCI's third Annual International Digital Art Competition & ExhibitionBenefit.This year's judge is Margot Lovejoy, artist and author of PostmodernCurrents: Art and Artists in the Age of Electronic Media (1997). Winningworks (digital print and art websites) will be included in exhibitions atthree venues: Central Fine Arts Gallery in SoHo (July/Aug), the ComputerGallery at the New York Hall of Science (Sept./Oct.), and the SiliconGallery in Philadelphia (December). Additionally, there will be an onlineexhibition at the ASCI website.

Call for Entries: 2001 Art Competition
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The Artist's Magazine
Cincinnati, OH
USA United States of America

The Artists Magazine, Americas leading magazine for artists, has issued a Call for Entries for its 2000 Art Competition. The 17th annual Competition will recognize more than 250 finalists and award 45 major prizes amounting to more than $16,000.00 cash. The Competition is open to both amateur and professional artists. Artists may enter work in five categories: Portrait, Landscape, Still Life, Experimental and Animal Art. First-, second- and third-place winners selected from each category will receive $1,500, $750 and $500 respectively. Fifteen honorable mentions will receive $100 each. Top Award Winners and Honorable Mentions will be featured in the December 2000 issue of The Artist s Magazine. In addition, 12 finalists will be featured as Artist of the Month throughout the magazines 2001 issues and 12 award winners will be featured in The Artists Magazines 2001 Calendar. A select number of winning entries will also be featured on The Artists Magazine Web site.

Entries are also being accepted in the Student/Beginner division, which is open to artists who have been painting for 2 years or less. First-, second- and third-place winners selected from each category will receive $100, $75, and $50 respectively, plus a 1-year subscription to The Artists Magazine. In addition, award winners in the Student/Beginner division will be featured in the magazines January 2001 issue.

Entries must be 35mm slides of original, unpublished art conceived and created by the entrant. Entries will be judged on concept, composition, draftsmanship, and adroit medium handling. Each genre also has its own criteria. Entries must be postmarked by May 1, 2000, and be accompanied by $10 (per slide) entry fee. For rules and entry form, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: The Artists Magazines 2000 Art Competition, Attn: Terri Boes, Dept. PR, 1507 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45207. Or FAX your request for information to (513) 531-1843, Dept. PR.

DIGITAL ART 2001: Digital Print Award

DIGITAL ART99: Digital Print Award. The UKs 5th international open exhibition and award for digital imaging and creative printmaking involving the use of New Media with selectors from the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Centre for Electronic Arts.

Strathmore Illustration
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Strathmore Artist Papers
Westfield, MA
USA United States of America

A Call for Entry to the Strathmore Illustration Contest Entries
must be postmarked by September 1, 2000 Strathmore Artist
Papers is offering $10,000 in cash awards for entries to their
Illustration Contest. In honor of artists of the new millennium,
this year's contest has been expanded into three categories:
Full-time Student, Nonprofessional Artist and Digital Art. The
subject of the illustration is open to the entrant's discretion
and can be created using any medium. Only original work will
be accepted, no stock photographs or copyrighted images
may be used or duplicated. All work must be created on
Strathmore paper. There is no entry fee. For details of the
contest and contest rules visit www.strathmoreartist.com.

Prizes for each category are: First Place winner will receive
$2,000.00. The school of the student first place winner will
receive a $1,000.00 art scholarship award. Second Place will
receive $750.00. Third Place will received $250.00

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