The Nanyang Technological University Global Digital Art Prize (NTU GDAP) is organised by the NTU Institute of Science and Technology for Humanity (NISTH) and the School of Art, Design and […]
The Nanyang Technological University Global Digital Art Prize (NTU GDAP) is organised by the NTU Institute of Science and Technology for Humanity (NISTH) and the School of Art, Design and Media. It recognises global artists and technologists with extraordinary creativity in digitally mediated art, design and cultural heritage in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The deadline is on February 15, 2019.
The theme of the inaugural NTU GDAP is Fourth Industrial Revolution. The key components driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution include big data, the Internet of Things, robotics, artificial intelligence, real-time and deep data generation and analytics, 3D printing, machine learning, personalised health care and medicine, and cyber security.
The competition is free to enter and open to international artists and Singaporean students. The prestigious NTU GDAP comprises a total of SGD$50,000 (USD 35,000) in prize money.
Artists working in any genre of digital art are eligible, with more than 50% of the media engaged involving digital technology. The best submissions, selected by a panel of distinguished judges drawn from all over the world, will also have their debut showcase in October 2019.
- The NTU GDAP is open to any living artist from any country;
- The Local Students division welcomes submissions by students studying full-time or part-time in Singapore only.
- Participants aged 17 and below are required to submit a consent form signed by their parent/guardian.
- Works submitted must be new or have never been previously exhibited.
You may submit group work as an individual entry by a representative member. You may register other group members and organizations in the entry when registering work details.
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