[artinfo] WEB3DART 2007 CALL FOR ENTRIES - DEADLINE: 24. March 2007

karel dudesek karel at dudesek.com
Fri Mar 9 12:39:29 CET 2007


WEB3DART 2007 CALL FOR ENTRIES - DEADLINE: 24. March 2007

Submit your on-line 3D works to WEB3DART 2007, for inclusion in an
exhibition of completely new works created by internationally
regarded artists, architects, designers, students and creative 3D
developers. The selection will showcase the foremost ideas and
independent creations in all on-line 3D formats.

WEB3DART 2007 will be premiered at the Web3D Symposium, the 12th
International Conference on 3D Web Technology, April 15-18, 2007
University of Perugia, Umbria, Italy. For more 
information: http:// www.web3d.org/web3d2007/

WEB3DART was launched in 1999 at the VRML ART show in Paderborn;
following shows at the 2000 VRML-ART Expo at the SIGGRAPH ART SHOW in
New Orleans, WEB3D ART 2002 at The ICA London, the WEB3D ART 2003 in
St.Malo and the Lab3D show at Cournerhouse in Manchester, WEB3D ART
2005 in Bangor, Wales, UK and at the 2006 WEB3D ART in Columbia,
Maryland, USA and the Experimental Art Foundation  Adelaide, Australia.

SUBMISSION PROCESS:
All work will be juried on-line and must be viewable on free browsers
(available on-line).
Send URL with application form, found at: http://www.web3dart.org to:
info at web3dart.org
Deadline is March 24, 2007. Only on-line submissions will be accepted.

QUESTIONS:
ALL questions regarding submission procedure, gallery exhibition, or
the jury process should be directed to Karel Dudesek
info at web3dart.org, through March 24. 2007.

A signed release giving written authorization to 
link your work on- line, and copyright clearance 
for the Web 3D Symposium, must be
received before your work will be confirmed in the program. This
authorization form will be send to the final, selected artists/projects.

SELECTION CRITERIA:
Keywords for the selection are art and design, imagination, and
innovation. All 3D on-line projects must be complete and functional
at time of submission. The selection will be made on-line by a jury 
listed in the submission form. Please see details on the website.

PLEASE FOLOW THESE CONDITIONS CAREFULLY:
We will only accept applications which send attached to there
application form by e-mail a short project description maximum 15
lines and 1-3 screen shots JPEG/PNG 500x300px of your work.

CATEGORIES (the jury reserves the right to assign or reassign a
category):
- Artists and architects
- Scientific models
- Multi-user Worlds
- Product design and unique commercial applications
- Experimental works and studies by art and design students

We are looking forward to receive your works and wish you all the
best for the upcoming celebration days.

The web3Dart team



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