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August 16 09:53 AM

A call for digital artists for annual DigiFest

The Bossier Arts Council would like to announce the call for digital artists for their 2nd Annual DigiFest South slated for Sept. 20 and 21 at the Bossier Civic Center.

The event includes a digital art exhibition and competition by independent artists. The exhibit will showcase digital art genres made possible by the latest technologies. Categories include: art film, animation, digital photography, student work, architectural/drafting, interactive/ Web site/app, innovative, and graphics.

There will be an entry fee of $15 per submission and a limit of two submissions per artist per category. Cash prizes will be awarded, determined by judges. First-place winners in each category will part of a group exhibition sponsored by the Shreveport Regional Arts Council at their Art Station location.

Jurors include the following: Ben Hickey (Masur Museum of Art curator), Pam Glorioso (Bossier City film commissioner), Matt DeFord (coordinator for art at Northwestern State University) All applications and entry fees must be received by Tuesday, Sept. 3, by 5 p.m. at Bossier Arts Council, 630 Barksdale Blvd., or via e-mail at leigh@bossierarts.org.

Entry forms can be found online at www.digi fest south.com .

Artwork will be dropped off on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bossier Civic Center, 620 Benton Road.

Art is to be picked up Saturday, Sept. 21, by 8 p.m. All art not picked up will be worn as a hat.

BAC reserves the right to refuse any submission for any reason at any time. Please visit the DigiFest Web site at http://digifest south.com/. For questions please call 318-741 -8310.

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