Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Science-Art Gallery Show in January - submit!





I'm proud to announce that for the first time, ScienceOnline will be having a science-art show!  We'll be showing a digital slideshow of accepted images, curated by myself with help from Karyn Traphagen. Free for anyone to enter, we'll be picking the most fascinating images in scientific illustration, fine art, photography, cartoons, data-visualization, street art and more.
After the unconference, we'll be posting the final digital gallery online in some form. This is the first time we're attempting something like this, so we may ask for help or encounter some snags along the way. With so many talented science-artists attending #scio12 this year, we've got to forge ahead and gives this a try.  When applying to the show, you can give us links to three images.  Not all may be chosen, but what better way to get you images in front of eyeballs than up to 450 talented science communicators in one place?
Feel free to email with any questions at symbiartic.gm@gmail.com or via Twitter @flyingtrilobite.

- -
Thanks to Karyn Traphagen for her help, and to Perrin IrelandKalliopi Monoyios and Nathaniel Gold for agreeing to appear on the poster.

- - - - - - - -
Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite © to Glendon Mellow
under Creative Commons Licence.

Portfolio
Blog
Print Shop 

--> Find me on Symbiartic, the art+science blog on the new Scientific American Blog Network!

3 comments:

Raven said...

What are the size specs for the art? Do they want high quality or web quality?

Glendon Mellow said...

For initial review, a link to web quality is fine. We're still waiting to find out optimal specs for the screen, so chosen entries will get an email asking for the appropriate quality afterward.

Thanks Raven!

Joanne (@sciencegoddess) said...

Glad to see the poster for the Science Online Art Show. Looking forward to it.

I'm paying "blog calls" to each @scio12 attendees and giving a shoutout on twitter!

I'll see you in January!

Post a Comment

Posts over 14 days old have their comments held in moderation - I've been getting an unusual amount of spam for a guy who paints trilobites. I'll release it lickety-split though.

Copyright © 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Glendon Mellow. All rights reserved. See Creative Commons Licence above in the sidebar for details.