David Schwimmer , Byram Hills High School, Grade 12 Just Another Day, Inks, Charcoal, and Acrylic on Printing Paper

iCreate 2021 Call for Entries

March 25, 2021 - June 10, 2021

Entry deadline extended to Thursday, June 10, 2021.

 

This year's iCreate will be a virtual exhibition.  Judging will be online, and winners will be selected and awarded cash prizes.  55 artworks will be selected and showcased on a virtual site.  All participating students will have one artwork selected for a video.  This year, for the first time, we welcome students to submit video art up to 2 minutes in length. 

“Original artwork” is defined as artwork that is unique in concept, design, and execution, and is created directly and personally by the Student. “Original” work is NOT a copy or imitation of another person’s work or images found on the internet.

Criteria: Fine Art entries will be limited to two- dimensional original works in oil, watercolor, acrylic, tempera, gouache, pastel, any drawing medium, traditional printmaking forms (such as relief, etching, stone lithograph, and serigraph), mixed media, and generated digitally by computer. Original art,  three pieces limit per artist. No photography.

How to Participate: Open enrollment to all regional high school students. Students may submit up to three entries digitally, with the student's name, school name, and grade to mlendenmann@brucemuseum.org. The deadline for entries is June 10, 2021. The first round of judging will be through digital submissions. 

Submissions: Email art submissions to mlendenmann@brucemuseum.org with student's name, school, grade, mediums used, and permission to use on virtual website and for marketing. Submit the best photo you have of your art. Large files can be sent via google docs, dropbox, or Wetranfer.  Label art Lastname, Firstname, School, and Grade, and the number of the submission. (LendenmannMaryAnnGreenwichHS-12-1)

Awards: Cash prizes will be awarded in the following amounts:

1st: $500 2nd: $300 3rd: $200 honorary mention $100

   

 

On 1 May 2007, Mike Winkelmann, aka the digital artist Beeple, posted a new work of art online. He did the same thing the next day and the next, and the next one after that, creating and posting a brand-new digital picture, or ‘everyday' as he called it, every single day for 13-and-a-half years. Now those individual pieces have been brought together in EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5000 DAYS, a unique work in the history of digital art.

Minted exclusively for Christie’s, the monumental digital collage was offered as a single lot sale concurrently with First Open and realized $69,346,250. Marking two industry firsts, Christie’s is the first major auction house to offer a purely digital work with a unique NFT (Non-fungible token) — effectively a guarantee of its authenticity — and to accept cryptocurrency, in this case, Ether, in addition to standard forms of payment for the singular lot.

beeple:IV.7 (annoyingly small mix) from beeple on Vimeo

The Bruce Museum is grateful for exhibition support from the Rockefeller Capital Management, Greenwich, Berkley One, a W. R. Berkley Company, the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, Susan and Bill Mahoney, and Chris and Bill Nichols.