Friday, June 8, 2012

e4c's Annual Media Artwork Exhibition (4Culture – Seattle)

Open Call for US Artists

Deadline: Wednesday, June 20, 2012.
e4c, 4Culture’s electronic gallery, is an annual program dedicated to presenting exhibitions by artists working in media, living in the United States. Artists working in all media genres are encouraged to apply. Up to sixteen media works or media proposals will be selected for presentation through this public, gallery for a period of up to one year. Due to the transitory nature of the audience, works between 1-5 minutes are desired.

Selected artists will work with the e4c program manager to adapt selected work for optimal presentation. e4c utilizes software with a time-line interface, which is distributed through a network to the display monitors and speakers. The selected artists will also work with the e4c program manager to create promotional materials. Each selected artist will receive a modest honorarium to help defray expenses. The artists retain all rights of the works submitted.

e4c is located adjacent to Gallery4Culture facing Prefontaine Place South in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood. e4c consists of four, LCD monitors and two speakers mounted to face the exterior of the building, broadcasting sights and sounds to passers-by. Visible by foot, bike, car or bus to more than 20,000 people each day, e4c exhibits selected artworks from regional and national artists, on rotation, from 7 am - 10 pm, daily. In conjunction with Gallery4Culture, e4c launches selected works for display during First Thursday Art Walk, Seattle’s largest art walk. Promotion includes a monthly press release, website updates and a postcard mailer.

To learn more, visit Also visit, to see more from e4c and exhibiting artists.

Source: MassArt's Urban Art Institute
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