hello: Web 3D Art Competition DL 12/02/05|
Posted on Sunday, February 06 @ 14:18:45 CET by rebecca
Professional and student artists working with online 3D material are invited to submit their work for an international exhibition.
ENTRY FORM WEB3DART 2005 DEADLINE: Monday, February 12, 2005
*3D Art Project URL:
*3D Art Project Title:
*Primary contact name:
The creative persons responsible for the 3D design and implementation should be listed first; the sponsoring company, institute, and/or collaborators are invited to add their additional information at end of form.
*Contact Email address
*Primary contact snail mail
(w/country and postcode)
*Lack of contact information could jeopardize your acceptance
Primary telephone, country code: _______ city prefix: _____ number: ________________ (office/home)
Alternate telephone country code: _______ city prefix: ______ number: ______________ (office/home)
FAX country code _________ city prefix _____________number:
On-line works must run on a 800 MHz CPU.
Please specify CPU power, OS, Web browser and player, which your work is tested on.
SUBMIT: Web links by end of working day, Monday, February 12, 2005, to: Karel Dudesek firstname.lastname@example.org On-line 3D projects can be
submitted as: Web-based 3D Work (experimental, sound, text, audio, wireless) - Multi-user-based 3D Work - Multi-media 3D Environments (in real and virtual space) - please specify details of installation.
3D ART Student Gallery: A special section of Web3D ART 2005 will be created, in recognition of the growing number of student sites and 3D activity in arts, design, architecture and IT courses.
For student participation in the staging of the exhibition, please contact email@example.com
JURY: all submitted works will be juried on-line by a team of digital media specialists, chair of the jury is
Prof. Karel Dudesek, Head of the postgraduate course at the College of Design and Communication, Kent, UK , Melentie Pandilovski,
Director of the Experimental Art Foundation in Adelaide - Australia and Taylor Nuttall, Director of the Folly Gallery, Lancaster, UK.
Accepted projects will be promoted in print, and will be included on-line at: www.web3dart.org. All works selected will comprise the official Art Show at the International Web3D Symposium in University of Wales, Bangor, United Kingdom, 29. March to 1.April 2005. A
conference catalogue will be created, that will include images, text and links to all accepted art projects. ACM requires that a signed authorization be received before inclusion in the catalogue. Later the year the exhibition will be showcased at the Experimental Art Foundation in Adelaide - Australia.
Selected on-line projects will be sent the authorisation form, which must be returned by snail mail or
FAX to ++44- 208 3258320.
Web3D Art is organised by the Web3DArt Team and supported by
Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, Kent, UK. Web3D Art is authorised and supported by the WEB3D Symposium 2005.
Sincerely, The WEB3D ART 2005 Team