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Donnie 2023
digital art contest

 
DONNIE 2023 INFORMATION

This contest is still open for entries. You can submit your art today. Contest closes for entries Tuesday, January 31, 2023, 11:59 pm (ET).

The Donnie 2023 is our 24th consecutive annual digital art contest. It is international in scope and open to all digital artists, beginner or advanced, including photographers. Artificial Intelligence art welcome! Test your mettle. Compete with the best. The Donnies are the Web's most elite and influential digital art contests.

Fee is just $79.00 per image. Payment via PayPal or credit card.

To enter the contest click links top of page to submit your art and to make payment. These are two separate steps.

Images are posted to the contest site in order received. Submit your art soon as possible for top positioning.

Maximum six entries per artist. Still images only. JPG format. Image size 1 - 2 megabytes each. Images are submitted via email attachment.

Contest offers eight awards: first, second and third prizes plus five honorable mentions and up to 5 director's choices. Winning images are awarded year-long exposure on the MOCA site.

Contest judge is Meredith Bricken Mills. Based in Seattle, Washington, Meredith is a virtual reality pioneer and a distinguised digital artist and critic whose own art is onine here:
Meredith's art porfolio.

MOCA will publish a full-color catalog of the contest (at extra charge). To browse or order among our 27 published catalogs, click: catalogs

MOCA has now established a complementary cross-linked site hosting the spectacularly new, vibrant, and daring art of (AI) Artificial Intelligence at mocadigitalart.com.

MOCA is a not-for-profit educational and charitable organization, chartered by the New York State Department of Education (USA). It enjoys 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status granted by the IRS. It is supported by contest fees and the contributions of artists, viewers, and friends. It has been the Web's primary showcase for digital art for more than 29 years.

Comments, inquiries, questions? Write:
don@moca.virtual.museum
Don Archer, MOCA director and contest administrator