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(call) The 20th Japan Media Arts Festival

source: http://festival.j-mediaarts.jp/en/

JMAF writes:

The Japan Media Arts Festival is a comprehensive festival of Media
Arts (Japanese: Media Geijutsu) that honors outstanding works from a
diverse range of media – from animation and comics to media art and
games. The festival gives awards in each of its four divisions: Art,
Entertainment, Animation, and Manga. It also provides a platform for
appreciation of the Award-winning and other notable works. Since its
inception in 1997, the festival has recognized significant works of
high artistry and creativity, and in addition to a yearly Exhibition
of Award-winning Works has held other events, such as symposiums,
screenings, and showcases. Last year, the 19th Festival received 4,417
entries from 87 countries and regions around the world, demonstrating
is continuing evolution as an established annual international
festival. Award-winning Works are exhibited both within Japan and
abroad through various projects and events organized by The Agency of
Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan which aims to develop and
promote the creation of Media Arts by focusing primarily on the new
generation of artists.

Deadline: 18:00 on Friday, September 9, 2016 (Japan Standard Time).

Apply at: http://festival.j-mediaarts.jp/en/

(call) Humans need not apply

The Science Gallery Dublin writes:

Do you have a project that demonstrates the emerging abilities of
artificial intelligence? Are you creating a new work of art or design
that critiques or speculates on a future in which robots hold every
job? Or maybe you’re dreaming up a performance in which artificially
intelligent systems debate one another, do a stand-up comedy set or
sculpt Michelangelo’s David in a new pose? We’d love to hear from you
about your installation, object, interface, design or experiment.

Apply at: https://opencall.sciencegallery.com/humans-need-not-apply

Vincent Fournier Robot

(call) TADAEX/NODE Exchange & Residency Program

“NODE Forum For Digital Arts, TADAEX – Tehran Annual Digital Arts Exhibition and the Goethe Institute invite Iranian and German media artists to apply for artistic residencies in Frankfurt, Germany and Tehran, Iran.

Goal of the TADAEX/NODE Exchange Program is to establish an exchange between the media arts scenes in Iran and Germany, and to connect the communities that have emerged around each festival.”