Call for entries – Screengrab New Media Art Award 2014 – deadline 4 August 2014

Now in its 6th year the Screengrab International Media Arts Award has doubled its cash prize to AU$10,000.

“Change, at speed, everywhere.”

The Screengrab team seek works that explore the theme of VELOCITY – personal, virtual and commercial – and all its private, political and social connotations. Creators, imagineers and explorers of the moving image, of audio/visual collage / translators of data, big and small / trackers of the real and of the imagined and of the virtual and the animated / explorers of augmented reality, interactive media and generative art are all encouraged to submit works that address the theme of VELOCITY.

Existing works (completed post-January 2012) and those specifically designed for the award must address the theme of VELOCITY to be eligible for the Screengrab International Media Arts Award.

The Application Form and Guidelines can be found on the project website:

Exhibition of shortlisted works and award announcement: September 20, 2014

Screengrab is a project developed by media artist Mitch Goodwin for the School of Creative Arts at James Cook University and is a co-production between eMerge Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery, Townsville Australia.