Art Exhibition Opportunity: VOTE

Art Exhibition Opportunity: VOTE

This Deadline Expired: Friday, October 16, 2020

As part of its cultural involvement mission and believing in the change that art can bring, Playform announces “VOTE,” a competition for a group exhibition dedicated to inspiring artworks that motivates people to vote. The exhibition aims at capturing this moment in history where art and technology, together, can be a driving force in showing how democracy can survive and thrive through people practicing their right to vote.

How It Works
A selection committee will review all the entries to determine 5 winners. Submitted art can be digital files that are yet to be realized on other mediums or as a final work. Video works are also accepted. Artwork must have been made using Playform in some aspect of the process.
They will also be selecting a 6th artist based on “People’s Choice.” To be considered for this, please post your artwork[s] on your Instagram with the hashtag #playformart_vote and tag @playform.io in your description. The image using that hashtag with the most likes as of October 16 will be exhibited as People’s Choice.

All 6 winners will be part of an exclusive group exhibition which will be open on Arts on November 1st. if you are chosen to participate in the group exhibition, you will also receive $100 in Playform credits for future projects.

Deadline to apply is October 16.
To apply go to https://www.playform.io/opportunities

Brenda Denise Howell
Yixuan Pan
Cheryl Levin
Val Rossman

Val Rossman has been creating drawings and paintings in her studio in Philadelphia for the last 25 years. Her work has gone…

Val Rossman has been creating drawings and paintings in her studio in Philadelphia for the last 25 years. Her work has gone through various stages, however, her wonderful sense of color combined with…

Val Rossman has been creating drawings and paintings in her studio in Philadelphia for the last 25 years. Her work has gone through various stages, however, her wonderful sense of color combined with a lyrical and often…

Maureen Drdak
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