Shine: Live Digital Painting Projection Exhibit

Call for Artists

 

Live Digital Painting Projection Exhibit

 

‘Shine’


Artists who use a Computer Graphics Tablet are invited to participate in a live painting exhibit.

This Public Art Exhibit will take place at the annual Muscatine Holiday Stroll on Friday, December 3rd on 2nd Street, Downtown Muscatine.

Artists’ work will be Projected onto a Downtown Storefront as it is created on a graphics pad. Artists will work in 15min time slots – multiple times are possible.

The graphics workstation will be set up in a store window so people can watch from the street or go inside (where it’s warm!) and watch directly.

Artists are not limited to holiday themed work – but of course are free to use holiday themes if they want. Work just needs to be appropriate for a public exhibit.

Technical details
All equipment will be provided. Available programs: Photoshop, Corel Painter11
Platform: Mac. Graphics tablet: Wacom Intuos4 wireless

To Participate
Send your Name, Phone Number, City where you live, two images you have created by graphics pad, and what graphics program you prefer to:

Andrew Anderson
andrew@donight.org
[put Shine Live Painting Exhibit in the subject line]

Note: Registration is required to participate in this exhibit. Registered artists will receive a time slot and other details about the exhibit.

Email or call if you have any questions: 563 260 5556

Note: If you do Anime, please mention so. We’d like to put time slots for Amine together so the Musser Public Library Anime Club can come and participate.


Download ‘Shine’ Call for Artists pdf

 

Sponsored by:

Musser Public Library
Muscatine Arts Council
KariPearls.com

 

A DoNight.org Public Art Project

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2 Comments

  1. Posted November 23, 2010 at 5:04 pm | Permalink

    This looks really great. Looking forward to it.

  2. Posted December 2, 2010 at 5:42 am | Permalink

    Ethan – Thanks for the technical help tonight.