Art of Play 6
Call for entries • Deadline: March 10, 2013
About the exhibit
Art of Play 6 explores the ideas of games, fun and play. While video games will be a prominent theme, Art of Play 6 will also exhibit works that explore more traditional games – such as cards, board games and hopscotch – or toys and playthings (dolls, action figures, jacks, etc.).
To submit work
- Download the Entry Form.
- Open in Microsoft Word and fill out the entire form.
- Email the completed form – along with drawings, sketches or digital images of your proposed piece – to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t have Microsoft Word? Download, print, and complete the PDF Entry Form instead, and put it in Sal Barry’s mailbox (916 S. Wabash Ave., Room 101). Be sure to include pictures of your work.
Remember, your entry form and pictures must be received by 11:59 PM on Sunday, March 10, 2013
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of work is acceptable?
- The following types of work are acceptable for consideration:Interactive projects (game levels, Flash games)
- Time-based pieces (video, audio)
- 2-dimensional digital work (digital prints, on-screen stills)
- 2-dimensional traditional work (drawing, painting)
- 3-dimensional work (dioramas, board games, small installations)
Other types of work will be considered if the necessary space and materials are available.
Who can submit work?
Interactive Arts & Media students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.
Non-IAM students are also welcome to submit work too.
Time and Location
Art of Play 6 will open on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 5:00 PM Food and refreshments will be served.
The show will be held in the Interactive Arts and Media’s Project Room, 916 S. Wabash Ave., Room 111.
All are welcome and invited to attend. The show is free and open to the public.
If you can’t make the opening, Art of Play 6 will continue to May 4, 2013.
Contact Sal Barry (email@example.com or 312.320.4378).