Exhibit your work in
(un) juried competition
December 10, 2015-January 2, 2016
Show your work in our un-juried exhibit featuring digital art and photography at the twelfth anniversary exhibit of this very popular program. All entries will be printed (8.5"x11" on heavyweight paper) and shown in our gallery arranged in a grid. Entrants submit JPEG files of original work. Multiple entries are permitted. Separate registration fee required for each image.
All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. Digital video stills and screen shots of web/new media are acceptable. Documentation shots of digital installation and digital sculpture are acceptable.
Special consideration is given to "Snap to Grid" artists for inclusion in future exhibits. Entrants to our calls for submissions form the pool of artists from which we select the majority of our exhibitors. There have been a large number of "Snap to Grid" participants who have been included in group exhibits, as well as a number of solo shows. Proceeds for "Snap to Grid" benefit these gallery programs and keep LACDA thriving. Exhibit your work, build your resume, and support LACDA. Everybody wins!
Show Dates: December 10, 2015-January 2, 2016
Location: international, open to all geographical locations.
Submission Rules:Registration and submission are done online only. JPEG file uploads are the only accepted submissions under 5MB each. Please do not send materials to LACDA. All materials sent to LACDA will not be viewed and cannot be returned.
Multiple entries are permitted. $35 registration fee for each additional image. Separate registration fee required for each image.
Two easy steps to exhibit your work at LACDA...
1) Enter as many images as you like here: click here for registration
2) Upload images here: lacda upload page
The usual (less than democratic) selection process where only the precious few are chosen is turned on its head in a curatorial anarchy where everyone gets to participate and the viewer is literally left to be the judge. The show represents a snapshot of a current moment in art history when digital imaging has reached the hands of the many, an age where culture belongs to the "mobblogers" around the globe. From Thailand to Texas, amateur to academic, beautiful to banal and beyond the monumental quantity and variety of "Snap to Grid" becomes an aesthetic experience where each individual piece adds to an agglomerative effect that has a life of its own.