Call for Entries for
ARTVenice Biennial 2013
Deadline extended to May 5th, 2013
Dear Art World Mover and Shaker,
The Biennial Project is pleased to announce an open call to artists worldwide for THE ARTVENICE BIENNALE 2013– an online juried competition and digital presentation.
If your dazzling work is selected it will be shown on our website and in a blog posting reaching 3,000 art world movers and shakers. Best of all your art will be presented a digital display at The Biennial Project’s extravagant, VIP event in Venice, Italy during the opening week of The Venice Biennale 55. That’s La Biennale di Venezia for you international folk.
Now how can turn down a shot at fame and fortune like this? The potential for exposure is enormous plus you get to impress your friends with an invitation to one of the most sought after and most fun events at the Venice Biennale 55. The opening week of the The Venice Biennale is the most important week that defines art today. All the art world big shots will be there!! Duh!! It’s a no brainier…we want you to enter! We want the world to see your creations. We want you to be celebrated and wealthy. You must enter!!!
Once again all selected work will be displayed on our website gallery and in a blog posting that reaches an audience of 3,000. Your work will also will be included in a digital art display to be shown at The Biennial Project’s VIP reception in conjunction with the 2013 Venice Biennale during the opening weekend this June.
In addition the artist who is bestowed the title of Grand Prizewinner will have a solo gallery show on our website, and a solo blog posting of 15 pieces or his/her work to our on-line audience of 3,000.
ENTRY PROCEDURE: Entry is by digital images via email ONLY. Only one image may be submitted for each work. For each work to be entered, attach a jpeg at a resolution of 72 ppi,
with the longest dimension being 1000 pixels. (Maximum file size is 2 mb.)
Label each file with your last name, first initial, the number corresponding to the entry number and the title of the work (e.g. SmithJ1_BlueDawn). Only use alphanumeric characters (A-Z, a-z, 0-9) and _ (underscore).
Email all images of your submitted work as attachments along with the following application form (either as an attachment or by copying and pasting it into the body of the email) to:
Videos on YouTube will be accepted (send representative frame of video as a jpg).
Please write to the above e-mail address for more information or if you have questions regarding the exhibition or the prospectus.
Entry Fee and Payment: The entry fee for ArtVenice Biennale 2013 is $25 (US) for 3 images. Additional images may be submitted at $5 (US) each up to a maximum of 10 images. Payment is by Paypal:
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This is your chance to have your work shown digitally at
The Biennial Projects
VIP Reception for The Opening of The Venice Biennale 2013 being held Sunday June 2, 2013 at
The Biennial Project Villa, Palazzo degli Angeli
on Calle degli Avvocati 3833,
Sestiere di San Marco,
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