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  • Video Game Artist Career Outlook June 17, 2009

    The complexity and depth of video games have progressed at an astonishing rate. Games that were considered state of the art a mere 15 years ago are now a visual marker that demonstrates just how far video game technology and...Read More »

  • Become proficient in Illustrator in just one weekend June 22, 2008

    At last, a class created for Mac-based designers ready to learn Adobe Illustrator. We'll plunge you into Adobe Illustrator's features and capabilities and get you up and running quickly. In this class, you will learn how to: Draw images using...Read More »

  • Agora Gallery 23rd Juried Competition January 06, 2008

    Agora Gallery of New York City is pleased to announce its 23rd juried competition. Awards valued at Thirty Eight Thousand dollars ($38,000) will be distributed as follows: exhibition at the Chelsea gallery, cash awards, Internet exposure and publicity in ARTisSpectrum...Read More »

  • MAILMeArt Finally Sets Deadline January 01, 2008

    MAILMeArt has finally had enough work sent via the post. A deadline has been set for 30 January to allow the compilers to start preparing for the MAiLmeART Exhibition and to allow them more time to compile the MAiLmeART Book...Read More »

  • LACDA International Juried Competition November 18, 2007

    Enter the Los Angeles Center For Digital Art (LACDA) juried competition for digital art and photography. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of 2D artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to...Read More »

  • Juried Show Call for Entries November 11, 2007

    The Westport Arts Center (Connecticut) is inviting artists to submit work for a new juried exhibition in 2008 that will explore the significance of water. "The Paradox of Water," juried by Mary Sabbatino, will open in March 2008. Artists must...Read More »

  • NanoArt 2007 Competition July 30, 2007

    NanoArt is a new art form where micro or nanosculptures created by artists or scientists through chemical or/and physical processes are visualized with powerful research tools like Scanning Electron Microscopes. The monochromatic electron microscope scans are processed further using different...Read More »